Each discipline has its own language

Written by John Warzecha

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The Story of the Hypnotic Writing Monkey

Written by Joe Vitale

The world's first Hypnotic Writer Author of "Hypnotic Writing" and "Advanced Hypnotic Writing"

A monkey could use "The Hypnotic Writer's Swipe File," a brand new e-book by Larry Dotson and myself, to write a riveting sales letter, ad, or e-mail message. The only condition isrepparttar monkey needs to be able to read.

I'll prove it to you.

Right now I have no idea how to write this article. So, in this case, I'mrepparttar 129825 monkey.

Now follow my path....

I grab this new e-book and flip through it---which is what I'm doing right now---and I spot a phrase...

"You don't realize it, but inrepparttar 129826 next few minutes you're going to learn..."

I add to that phrase something my monkey mind gives me, "...how to get people to do your bidding by using this amazing collection of hypnotic materials."

I now have this: "You don't realize it, but inrepparttar 129827 next few minutes you're going to learn how to get people to do your bidding by using this amazing collection of hypnotic materials."

There, I just wrote a good line. Any monkey could do it, as long as said monkey can type.

If you're like me, you'll probably want another example. Stop! Did you notice that "If you're like me..." is a hypnotic line? It is. It's in this book. My monkey mind found it and used it.

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Hey! Did you catch what I did? The phrase "Here's a fact for you..." is also from this collection. It's a way to assume logic without having any. It works. And did you notice that "Hey!" grabbed your mind? It, too, is from this collection. It's a powerful yet simple tool for practically yelling out your reader's name in a crowded room. It GRABS attention.

Are you beginning to see how you can use this material? Think about making use of this collection of hypnotic material and you'll begin to feel real power.

And did you notice that "Think about making use of..." is yet another golden nugget from this incredible ebook? Yes, a monkey with typing and reading skills just might be able to write a good letter with this amazing collection of tried and true hypnotic words and phrases. But more importantly, since YOU are smarter than any monkey, byrepparttar 129831 time you finish reading this material you will be able to take these words and phrases and weave them into hypnotic letters and ads that get people to act on your commands and suggestions.

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