Nehman Ramses looked at the audience. They were here because they all wanted to be here. The title of the seminar was “Motivation Brings Success”. The clientele list included MD’s, PhDs, product engineers and medical administration personnel from over eighteen drug companies. Only one company was the target–Wormwood Drug and Diagnostics. Only one client needed to be altered–Dr. Roger Umbo. The Chief Engineer in charge of formulation and production was one of the open-minded and willing subjects for today’s program. Ramses was eager to get started.
“Good morning ladies and gentlemen.” Ramses had swept-back salt-and-pepper hair, a thin dark moustache and a mostly dark goatee.
A few attendees responded with a subdued “Good Morning.”
“C’mon people. Your bodies are present, let me hear the voices. Once again–welcome and good morning.”
A resounding return this time, “Good morning.”
“Everything about today’s seminar should motivate. Begin any interaction with your clients by getting their attention. Your second response tells me I now have yours.”
There was a murmur of agreement and many nods.
“The fact of your signing up for this seminar implies you are already on a motivation pathway for your respective companies and product responsibilities. Again, everything about today’s seminar is geared to stimulation in a positive direction. The very first action of your day has been the morning mini-breakfast. Providing caffeine and a light repast improves the mood. When you schedule a meeting with your investigative sites or your sales demonstration, a free meal will almost guarantee assembly of your intended audience on time. My first slide, as yours should be, is the agenda. Kicking off our meeting today and at three other points during our interactive session is our moment of meditation. I will alternate with my associate, Alicia Noire, who will institute the first introspective relaxation moments. Alicia, if you please.”
Alicia Noire, like Ramses, was a successful and skillful practitioner of both single person and group hypnosis. She was also a stunning silhouette of womanhood. Noire wore a mint green pant suit which suggested a perfect, lean figure. No emphasis was placed on her hips or bust line. Only smooth lines were projected during her slow, steady entrance to the podium. It was only the walk to the speaker platform which allowed the audience a visual experience of her seductive form. Now, standing behind the lectern her face became the focal point for the massed attendees.
“Good morning again.” The words were soothing with perfect projection from the lapel microphone. The sound engineer had worked two-hours before the meeting to assure flawless acoustics.
“Good morning,” the audience returned without shouting but reflecting her warm delivery.
Timing was essential. With food in their stomachs, blood flow would be shunted to their GI tract. This meant fifty-percent of maximal brain circulation allowed for the ease of verbal sedation and suggestion–the tool of hypnosis. Each meditation session would be following a meal as noted in the agenda. There was a mid-morning break, lunch, mid-afternoon break and a wrap-up meditation moment.
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