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In previous articles I've written about using superstition and people's beliefs as a means to persuade. The term 'everything happens for a reason' is one of these concepts; 'there are no accidents' is another. If you've read these articles, you're already familiar with the power that they can hold in persuasion.
The other side of the 'everything happens for a reason'/'there are no accidents' coin is the use of assigning blame. Both concepts require that our client or prospect has a belief in an ordered and equitable universe in order for it to be potently persuasive.
This might appear on the surface a little controversial. I intend absolutely no disrespect, especially in terms of religious orientation. I am a very spiritual person and believe fully in the freedom of religion. But by way of example, I want to show how this is a powerful persuasion technique.
There is a theory in sociology that the greatest way to bond a group of people is to give them a common enemy to struggle against.
The common enemy in Christianity is obviously the devil. This concept is installed in Christians from a very early age through sayings like, 'We as humans are born into a world of sin and the mere act of being born causes us to not be able to get into the life hereafter until and unless we accept Jesus as our savior.'
That's a fairly severe presupposition. What or who is the enemy in this instance? Well, just being born is. We're born into sin. And who  Cheap Beats By Dr Dre Solo is responsible for that? The devil, the common enemy.
I heard someone say many years ago that the devil is the best friend Christians ever had because without him there would have been no need for a savior. And think about the word 'savior'. It's a presupposition that one needs saving. The implication is that if you are, in fact, born into sin, then you do need saving.
I am not debating any of this. I am, in a way, being the devil's advocate (so to speak) and standing back to look at the larger picture. By removing my  Dr Dre Headphones won beliefs, I  Dr Dre Studios am pointing out how you can see this too.
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This isn't to say that having a common enemy to fight against is bad. I think it's great, in fact. It motivates and gets people to act.
Note  Power Beats By Dr Dre the advantage of having an unseeable, unknowable enemy such as the devil. Basic human drives and desires can be attributed to the influence of this invisible being (for example, lust (reproduction), gluttony (food)).
We have an inherent need to assign blame. In fact, it's so fundamental  Solo Hd Beats By Dre to the core of who we are that everybody does this.
And if the religious example weren't enough. . .how about the world of politics? We have a war on terror and a war on poverty going on. If these were actual tangible enemies, I'd be on board to fight the good fight and eliminate both. However, these are virtual common enemies, concepts against which fighting a war is impossible. And yet, they are insanely powerful enemies to most people.
Look to the contrast between 'things happen for a reason' and the concept of blame.
A word of warning: I wouldn't dwell in the land of negativity, it's like a double-edged sword. It cuts going and coming. Be very careful.
Kenrick Cleveland teaches techniques to sell to affluent clients using persuasion strategies. He runs unique public and private seminars and offers home study courses, audio/visual learning tools, and coaching programs in persuasion techniques. Find more free articles at www.MAXpersuasion.com/blog. Be sure to sign up for his free report entitled "Yes! Persuasion."
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