Would you like to know how to negotiate with terrorists to let a group of innocent captives free from a burning building? Would you like to know how to talk your girlfriend into having sex with you even when she feels fat and ugly? Would you like to convince people that they are ugly or fat while simultaneously making them feel that giving you money will make them prettier, thinner, and happier?
Would you like to know how to talk your brother into buying you a brand-new state-of-the-art entertainment system instead of taking his family on vacation? Would you like to know how to get your date to take off his clothes at the beach so that you can get revenge on him by calling the police and getting him arrested for streaking in public?
Persuasion is all around you, and if you’re not the one doing the persuading, then you’re the one being persuaded, whether you’re cognizant of it or not. That’s one of the glories of living in the digital age: You don’t even have to step outside of your home to be convinced to swear loyalty to this or that product or to vote for this or that individual in the next election. Heck! Your social media knows how to give you personalized advertisements based on things you have searched for, liked, or talked about with your friends in those messages that you assumed were private.
This book, entitled Dark Methods of Persuasion, by author Michael Pace, is here to give you an inside scoop on dark persuasion so that you are the one in control.