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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

I Was Here: Ultra-Magnetic Persuasion Free Training (2)

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Find ways to be with winners.

And, never seek advice from poor people.


Why should we listen to people who have less than what we have?

It's a little bit harsh, don't you think? On the other hand though, how would someone know better if the fact is that they are not even close to being successful in what they do. Also, we shouldn't let others drag us down and stop us from doing something that we think can take us to the path of success.

Mr. Calub mentioned a good instance:
Do not seek relationship advice from someone who is separated from his (or her) spouse. How would they know the right solution to your relationship problems if he (or she) is separated?

So,
To be the best, train with the best.

Wouldn't you agree to that? I do.

You know, I'm a stubborn girl. I don't listen nor pay attention to anyone who I don't think is the "authority" or to anyone who seem like do not know what they are talking about.

By now though, I'm pretty much convinced that Mr. John Calub is the "authority" to listen to.  His amazing success story is fascinating yet inspirational. To get to know Mr. Calub, visit John Calub Training Incorporated.

I'll briefly share a few more of Mr. Calub's insights about Ultra-magnetic Persuasion:

5 Key Elements of Persuasion
1. Authority
2. Popularity
3. Good looks
4. Character
5. Lots of Money

Just think about this:

- Would you listen to someone who is not an authority?

- Don't you get persuaded easily if a popular celebrity endorses a product / service?

- Would you rather listen to someone who is not well-groomed than someone who possess good looks i.e. neatly combed his (her) hair, clean nails, ironed clothes, clean teeth.

- Isn't it better to listen to someone who has good pleasing personality?

- Don't we all consider people to be influential when they are filthy rich

Lastly, here are some pointers to remember to be an Ultra-Magnetic Person:
- Well-groomed.
- Uses respectful language.
- Uses sound body language.
- Always smile.
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Visit Mr. John Calub's Facebook page HERE to know more.

Below are some of the photographs I took during the training:




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