Voice Tonality: The Essence Of Linguistic Persuasion

By: Jason Albertine

It has been said by experts that how we say something is far more important than what we actually say.
The main secret to be able to powerfully say something is to learn how to master using the tonality of your voice. If you can master the tonality of your voice when you speak to someone, you can communicate with them on covert levels so that you can install hidden messages in their minds without them knowing.
As a rule, voice tonality has two versions that you need to master: Command Tonality and Question Tonality. The way command tonality can be demonstrated is when you say something with a deeper tone of voice. The person whom you are speaking to will interpret the deeper tone in your voice as though you were giving them some type of instructions or as though you were communicating with them as an authority figure.
Question Tonality involves the use of a higher tone of voice that implies you are asking a person a question. Confusion Language is also often integrated with Question Tonality in order to cause the person whom you are persuading to doubt certain conclusions that you don't want to lead them to. Of course, Question Tonality can also be used as a language softener to "disguise" the blatant suggestions you are making as innocent questions when you are speaking to a person.
Even though these are the main types of voice tonalities that are taught in the persuasion community, there are other powerful variations of voice tonality that you won't often hear about. One of the most powerful ways that you can use the tone of your voice when you speak to someone is to convey a particular context.
By using your voice to convey a subtle context, you can literally say anything to anyone without appearing to be actually saying it. This skill will prevent you from ever getting blamed for saying the wrong thing to someone, because in reality you never actually said it. A classic example of how a person uses tonality to control the context of the information you hear is how women speak seductively to men.
Everybody has on several occasions listened to a woman who was talking about everyday life sort of things that didn't seem sexual in nature in any way, shape, or form. But not too long after the woman begins to speak, men find themselves getting extremely attracted to the woman they are listening to--even though they may not know what it is that is getting them so worked up. And no one can blame the women when they use this type of covert communication because they aren't actually saying anything sexual (they are only implying it by skillfully using the tone of their voice).
An important principle to keep in mind is that even when a woman does not actually say anything sexual, that she can still imply sexual concepts and attraction by manipulating the tone of their voices. Now, even though for centuries women have been using these advanced communication models, men have begun to learn how to train their voices to manipulate the tonality of their voices to mark out certain phrases in their conversation in order to generate attraction with women they are speaking to.
The greatest feature about using the tone of your voice is that you can do it in everyday conversation without anyone being the wiser, and even if they did have the slightest clue of what you were doing, they wouldn't be able to accuse you because you were speaking covertly.

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