The Power of Influence Part 3.


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I'm pretty sure you've heard the quote, actions speak louder than words. So following on from the last two podcasts on this topic of influence, and using the universal laws to be inspired in life, and to think inspired. We know that actions are what causes victory in any environment, not words. So what we said in the last podcast was say less than necessary. It also emphasized the need to keep your mouth shut to be most effective. But this principle of universal law number three, the law of interconnectedness goes a step further. And now you've taken the time from the last podcast to think about the idea of influence through suggestion rather than influence through blurting out vigorously everything you need to know. In other words, wearing your heart on your sleeve. We are ready to go and talk about action. Power is never a game which can be played alone. So we inevitably need to get other people involved in our plans and our vision and our purpose. This is usually more challenging than we'd like to believe at the outset because everyone is ultimately driven by their own interests, not ours. But it will also take more than a few elusive words clever arguments or even direct threats to draw that person's interest into line with yours was a simply not enough especially when most people speak with a bipolar nature. There are two types of people in the world. Those who try to win and those who try to win arguments. They're never the same person. Even if we exaggerate the person who arguments argues exaggerate to get effect they will not succeed. So in other words, winning does not involve winning an argument. In all walks of life, you will frequently be faced with the choice of being right or being successful. Now, this isn't about compromising your personal code or sense of honor. This is about putting aside your ego, and a child is urge to publicly win an argument. History is littered with stories of self righteous individuals who refuse to be practical when they could and they were petulant, instead. Perhaps the greatness is recognized after their death. Like some people, for example, who did things while they were alive, but their greatness was not realized until they were well gone. But wouldn't you rather be successful during your life rather than hoping somebody heaped praise on you, as they lowered the coffin into the ground or sent it into the crematorium? You must remember that trying to force someone to see things your way is an act of aggression. Which everyone besides those who get off on being dominant dominated, will resent you for. So what if someone holds religious views that you don't, that you find absolutely absurd? You don't agree with them? Or what if they support a politician you find a barn? If you want to have influence over that person, you'll never find it by belittling their views or making them feel stupid. Think of all the times you felt you had to make a point because someone else was just being too stupid for for word. Did they actually ever concede the argument and even if they did? What did that get you beyond a momentary ego boost?

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