How To Get Those In Authority To Do What YOU Want

Dear Speed Seduction® Student,

I really hit a nerve with my earlier post on what to do when a woman freaks out on you. By your comments on the blog and your emails, I can see this is a huge issue.


Now, let me address a related topic:

The issue of persuading those in authority to do what you want them to do.

This applies, more generally, to getting what you want from those who have the power to decide if you will get it.

My SAAB Had ME Throttled…

I had a recurring problem with my SAAB. For the third time, the throttle body assembly failed on me and the engine just quit. They replaced the throttle body again, but I was concerned that the car was not really fixed since the problem had occurred 3 times in the row, it couldn’t be the part. Something else was really wrong with the car.

The head of the service department told me there was nothing more they could do but that I could call Saab customer service. He then said I could speak with the Chief mechanic, Mr. X.

Mr. X explained that if the problem happened again, SAAB would replace the computer that controls the engine. I said, “But I don’t trust the car and it is going to fail again. What if I am in the middle of the desert? I bought this car because Saabs are reliable and I want a reliable car. Now I know the problem will happen again.”

Mr. X said, “Sorry but that is Saab’s policy. If you leave the car we can run some more tests to see if we come up with anything more.”

Here is where I used the skills…

Sure, I could have yelled or gotten in his face and tried to bully my way, but the guy had the power to tell me to fuck off and send me through the Saab bureuacracy. I’m sure most customers would have and probably have yelled at him and cursed him out.

I said this,

“Look, this isn’t aimed at you as a person. It’s directed TO you in your role as the chief mechanic. When you take off that shirt tonight, it has nothing to do with you. It’s just that I feel stuck and I don’t know what to do. I don’t trust driving the car and I need you to help me. But if you can’t, I understand you don’t set policy and nothing personal. I understand you are doing your best.”

Then I just shook his hand and walked off and got into my car. He yelled out, “Wait a sec… FUCK SAAB. I’ll call the factory and order the computer. And I’ll put it in for free.”

I thanked him and offered him some money which he refused. I insisted, “You are a just and fair man. You could have left me hanging but you are doing the right thing and you deserve this.”

When I took the car back to get the computer put in, he not only did that, but he gave me a new battery for free; apparently the car battery was getting old and almost shot! And he removed some paint from my bumper that got on their from a hit and run driver in a parking lot!

My point: if someone is in authority, they are used to getting yelled at and attempts at domination. They are also probably used to “SAAB STORIES”… ha ha… begging and pleading.

If you point out that it is not about them, personally, but about their role in their job, then they can give in to you but keep their dignity and sense of self-respect, as now they are on YOUR side. They probably don’t like the bosses anyway, so why push them to identify with the bosses / bureaucracy by attacking them and blaming for things they don’t control?

Would you rather “prove a point” that doesn’t really matter anyway, or enjoy a life where you get more of what you want, more often?

Peace and piece,


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11 Responses to How To Get Those In Authority To Do What YOU Want

  1. the “socially conditioned working” man versus the “natural” man….where have I heard that before?

  2. belaus says:

    wow.. nice way to disassociate him from the emotions that go along with being in a position of authority. it’s like you verbally pulled him aside. and paced his reality as a individual that only occupies that role. you were able to connect with him as he is. and yeah, most if not all of us hate our bosses. why wouldn’t we? their role presupposes that we’re not in control. nice how you set him up for a challenge by saying, “but if you can’t” men don’t like to feel that others know we’re not in control. so it was a wrap from there on. i’m definitely using this, need to work on sounding like i care, and having the way i say it believable though lol. thanks ross, are you going to do more post’s on magick and non-local influence?

    non-locally riding with you,


    • Ross Jeffries says:

      @Belarus. Exactly correct. It creates a nice disassociation from the role and a nice association to the role and frame we want, which is me and him against the boss and the organization. It’s not only a chance to help me but to say “fuck you” to the boss and the company. Me and him together against the unfair enemy!

  3. Thanks Ross. It’s posts like these that really turn me on mentally. As I’m more interested in dealing with others without having to worry about getting them into bed. Have you ever thought, or have you already done a seminar on dealings like this?

  4. Oldpuller says:

    Good tip, I have seen it used “its nothing personal” but using it like this will probably be much more effective. I will use it next time I need to, Thanks Ross.

    • Ross Jeffries says:

      @Oldpuller Yes, but the problem with “nothing personal” is that you have already MADE it personal by the way you’ve addressed the person. Too late to correct it. My approach keeps it from ever getting “personal”, yet, by making yourself and the other more human, in another sense it makes it “personal” in a good and rapport building way.

  5. Bontempo says:

    Clap, clap, clap.
    I often read but never comment… except this time I really have to.

    Ross Jeffries, that is some EXCELLENT advice.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Excellent advice! This is why Ross Jeffries’ methods are the best. You can apply not only in seduction but also with dealings with people in every situation.

    Thank you RJ! Keep up the good work!

  7. Joe Nikols says:

    Ross, the advise you gave, it speaks volumes & shows that you are truly gifted in bringing awareness to things others dont. Thank you.

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