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Here you will learn a wide array of skills and techniques commonly used in various non-spy related trades.
What makes it unique here is that we teach you how these seemingly innocent skills can elevate your capacity to thrive in a ferocious world.
You will be growing and improving in critical aspects of your life throughout the levels. Expect to observe a positive impact on your relationship with others and your career right from the beginning.
What’s In Our Online Programs
This toolbox contains a tremendous amount of everyday life benefits.
NeuroLinguistic Programming, Empathy, Rapport, Elicitation, Influence, all appear to be innocuous to the untrained mind. Learning how the human emotional brain takes over logic and why, has the potential to turn the table in your favour when the stakes are high.
Focus & Attention
The ability to focus your attention on demand is the foundation of what builds great situation awareness, for sure, but there’s more to focus and attention.
Magicians knows that manipulating expectations, misdirecting attention and influencing decision-making under the radar fools show goers all the time. Therefore, it’s no mystery to know that psychologists are interested in the principles of magic and so are intelligence agency the world over.
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That is a sought after skill to hone by agents of any level.
Voice pitch, body language, micro-expressions and so on.
Mastering nonverbal communication would allow you to identify and qualify congruence of the message being communicated at a greater rate than words alone. Albert Mehrabian’s Rule of Personal Communication is non-verbal (38% + 55%), and the spoken word’s (7%).
The Art of Memory
In the intelligence trade, being able to memorize great amount of data quickly and accurately is extremely valuable. No one can tap your brain or remotely hack in it which makes it the perfect place to store your data.
Miller's law is often used as a reference to argue that the number of objects an average human can hold in short-term memory is 7 ± 2, that is from rote memory, without applying memory techniques. If you didn't understand why it was so hard to go through school, now you do.
A brain trained in mnemotechnics is undoubtedly a fabulous asset to have.