Chase Hughes spent almost a decade deciphering the human matrix.
In an effort to locate the farthest “wall” where human influence ended, Chase discovered that it didn’t.
He began to develop a map for influence and behavior profiling to enable people in our agencies to read humans and influence their behavior.
It all started with The Behavioral Table of Elements.
Later, this blueprint of behavior provided crucial elements that enabled targeted persuasion, instead of the “pretty effective” methods that had been previously taught.
Tune in now and get Chase Hughes’ thoughts on:
- The neuroscience of suggestibility
- What does a reliable model look like for influence?
- What are the six factors of influence you teach?
- What is the hierarchy of influence you teach to the US?
- What is Avery?
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