Thu, 26 June 2014
On this episode of The Brainfluence Podcast, Peter McLaughlin joins us to share another side of the conversation we started last week with Dr. Nick Morgan. After a life-changing cancer diagnosis coupled with Lyme disease, Peter started digging into the massive amounts of research on alternative cures. His research led to the discovery of the power of the placebo effect and how truly powerful the human mind is. Drawing upon his unique experiences and talents he wrote Becoming The Customer – Empathy, Influence, and Closing the Sale and has since turned it into a sales development program.
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Thu, 19 June 2014
This week, I am pleased to welcome Dr. Nick Morgan to the show. His latest book, Power Cues, delves into the latest discoveries of human communication that integrate brain and behavioral sciences. With Nick’s guidance, you'll communicate with physical gestures, sounds and posture that match and enhance your message. Listen in for a preview of Nick’s practical, yet powerful methods of maximizing your impact with audiences large and small.
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Thu, 12 June 2014
Tune in as Chris Nodder breaks down design techniques and marketing strategies that can be used to influence people to do what you want them to do. Don’t miss this episode full of insights into the psychology of user interaction design!
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Thu, 5 June 2014
On this episode,we are talking about the Persuasion Slide Theory, developed by Roger Dooley in 2013. This theory was first presented at the ConvesionSUMMIT in Frankfurt, Germany as a model or container into which other persuasion theories can fit. It integrates many different theories of persuasion that tend to operate separately of each other into a practical and applicable business model.
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