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Subliminally Correct

Alex Dobranic & Taylor Sherman

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Subliminally Correct is a bi-weekly podcast where two experts in subconscious messaging examine the intersection of politics, persuasion, and all the ways politicians and newsmakers are using psychological tactics to influence you every single day. The show is hosted by Alex Dobranic, Political Consultant and Certified Consulting Hypnotist; and Taylor Sherman, Executive Coach and Certified Hypnosis Instructor – experts in politics and subliminally persuasive tactics. Guests range from politi ...
 
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Which prime time hosts tend to work up viewers the most? We listen this week to Tucker Carlson who explores his upset at Anthony Fauci and also talks to us about UFOs. Listen as we break down: How science is being trusted as a source and yet is dismissed in light of Anthony Fauci's recommendations How you can link ideas together by making diverse c…
 
Have you ever known someone who distracted you with their stories so much that you forgot what you were thinking? In this episode we cover one of Trump's most persuasive stories yet, and discuss: How to guide a listener in a crowd into imaginative scenarios with full hypnotic responsiveness The disease that Democrats have given him (hint: it's not …
 
Have noticed how politicians tend to frame their opponents in black and white terms? In this episode we break down Trump's first rally after the pandemic hit, in Tulsa, where he has some choice words for Biden and AOC. Listen to this episode as we cover: How repeating the name of someone's home state paces, builds rapport, and entices audiences to …
 
What happens when someone uses random events in the world to construct the idea that it was all a predestined, blessed occurrence? Ronald Reagan tells us about the things that are happening in his world, that must have been predestined, in his 1981 inaugural address. Listen to this episode and find out: How biblical metaphors and prayer meetings cr…
 
When Ronald Reagan appeared on the scene after Jimmy Carter's one-term presidency, the American people had an adjustment period to make. Listen as Reagan sells us his vision but also distinguishes himself from the policies of the past. In this episode you'll find: Why Carter's policies didn't land and Reagan was given the opening Whether people can…
 
What happens when a powerful, seasoned debater comes up against a fiery young upstart? Joe Biden and Paul Ryan go at it on issues of entitlements, taxes, and war. In this episode we cover: Joe Biden's call back to an earlier moment in debate history How tag questions are used as an interruption strategy to shape the narrative An appeal to credibili…
 
How have Joe Biden's debating tactics changed over the years, and what has made him persuasive in the eyes of his supporters? In the 2012 VP debates with Paul Ryan, he dominated the airtime and played up to the sympathies of the moderator. Listen to this episode as we break down: The rhetorical burden that Joe Biden places on his listeners by askin…
 
Have you ever wondered how to make your speaking sound like the most persuasive politicians? Listen to how Bill Clinton in his second term creates an inspirational feeling among the audience, while alluding to policy points. Listen to this episode to find out: The three part sentence structure that instills repetition but also sets up a way to rede…
 
Has American built bonds with nations that were once our adversaries? Our look backward to Bill Clinton's second inaugural address gives in an insight into politics and consciousness at the time, and how his message was catered to a centrist audience. Listen to this episode as we explore: The biblical references to Canaan, the promise of America, a…
 
Our fascinating conversation continues! We break down one of Obama's most pivotal and influential speeches of all time with our guest, Tracy Denean Sharpley-Whiting, the author of The Speech: Race and Barack Obama's "A More Perfect Union." Join us in this episode to learn: Obama uses the NLP technique of separating intention from behavior in order …
 
Don't miss one of our best episodes yet! We break down one of Obama's most pivotal and influential speeches of all time with our guest, Tracy Denean Sharpley-Whiting, the author of The Speech: Race and Barack Obama's "A More Perfect Union." In this episode learn: The words of Rev. Jeremiah Wright and what Obama had to contend with if he was to win …
 
Have you ever seen a politician confuse the reporters so much they can't even remember what question they wanted to ask? Listen to Gov. Cuomo as he artfully spins away from questions that the reporters ask him, leading you to see why he has been so popular in recent weeks. In this episode: A super confusing language game that Cuomo plays with repor…
 
What happens when Donald Trump's great economy starts to dive? Joe Biden goes on the attack to point out the President's shortcomings and what they should do instead. Listen to this episode as we break down his response, including: How Joe addresses his inability to hold campaign rallys in the near term Why the Coronavirus is a big equalizer in soc…
 
What happens when motivation fails to quell deep fears and when people are losing their minds? Trump's evening address gives us a persuasive example of why big picture thinking doesn't always work. Listen to this episode and you'll hear: Why we have had an "unprecendented response" and more importantly, what that actually means How the Coronavirus …
 
How do you make politics personal? Have you ever known a politician that truly appealed directly to you? In this episode we listen to how Bernie Sanders captures strong rapport with his audience. Listen to this episode for: Bernie's promise to his supporters to erase their criminal records How Bernie is implying he is already elected and why this i…
 
How do politicians give hope for their ideas but stay away from the specifics that might ensnare them? We listen to Bernie Sanders in his Nevada rally as he riles up the crowd, pumping them full of energy for the fight to come. Listen to this episode and find out: How Bernie's digital marketing specialists are changing up the on-screen content to d…
 
What makes even controversy-prone politicians sound regal and full of hope? We break down the techniques of speechwriters in Trump's latest State of the Union address in this episode. Listen as we delve into: The opening nominalization and invented word that frames the entire speech The two-word sequence language pattern that is used again and agai…
 
Have you ever felt alienated by politics, or like you don't belong? Pete Buttigieg has a message for you. We cover his victory speech in Iowa in this fascinating look at how to frame liberal ideas. Listen to this episode to find out: The hypnotic technique of conscious / unconscious dissociation and how Pete uses it here to contrast knowing with no…
 
Is impeachment going to destroy the institution of the presidency? We break down some listener questions along with a Republican news conference in his exciting episode. Listen to this episode to learn: Why stacking numbers and quoting statistics is so persuasively valuable Whether the House of Representatives is trying to pick who the next preside…
 
When it comes to the trial of the highest office of the land, will the American people get a fair trial? Listen as master persuaders use direction of attention to convince you of the right decision, or the wrong one. Listen to this episode to discover: Why the Republicans are so intent as framing the debate as having the same rules as "the Clinton …
 
The US has won the war with Iran! In this episode Donald Trump contends that the Iranian people are celebrating the US victory, and this is our breakdown of his congratulatory speech. Listen to this episode as we take a closer look at: How the Primacy and Recency effects are used in order to make certain things stick in someone's mind, and what Tru…
 
Is that spy story featuring deep intelligence and bad business based in fact, or just TV drama? Trump meets with the PM of Greece but it turns into a press conference about the killing of Iran's general Soleimani, and it reveals his intentions, motives, and persuasive tactics. Listen to this episode to find out: How to answer someone's deepest conc…
 
How do Republicans deal with highly educated ivy league legal scholars telling them the president should be impeached? We hear from three House Republicans who vehemently fight back against witnesses and use rhetorical tricks to grab the upper hand. Listen to this episode for: Who the Republicans consider to be "fact witnesses" and why Adam Schiff …
 
What is the definition of a fact, and how can you convey those facts with authority? Several law professors spar on the alleged high crimes of President Trump, on which they have fundamental disagreement, in our look at the House Judiciary Committee's impeachment inquiry hearings. Listen to this episode to find out: How Democrats set the foundation…
 
Why is a mid-western white guy starting to become more popular with churchgoing black voters? Join us as we examine Pete Buttigieg's presidential speech at Rev. William Barber's Greensboro church. Listen to this episode to learn: The reframing technique of frame busting and how you can use it to influence and persuade Why Mayor Pete has not resonat…
 
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