HG Webinar Replay now available – ends 7th June
How do politicians gain the support of millions of people – without really saying anything? And why do they so often fall short of our expectations?
Co-founder of the human givens approach, Ivan Tyrrell, gave a fascinating live webinar on 25th May entitled 'How politicians use hypnotic language to manipulate us'.
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On the 60-minute live online event, Ivan explored: "How politicians use hypnotic language to manipulate us"
You will discover:
- Why we must pay attention to the language politicians use – and what happens when we don't
- Important lessons from an assessment of speeches made by Donald Trump, Barack Obama, David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn
- Why we are susceptible to becoming puppets – what is happening in our brains and how this can lead to mass insanity
- Examples of hypnotic language – what to look out for
- What you can do to protect yourself against manipulation and make informed decisions during elections or referendums
- And much more...
You can watch the replay here >> http://bit.ly/latestwebinar
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