• Yes-Ladder

    by AlphaWolf & Co.

    Quick Definition: A psychological technique where simple questions designed to elicit a “yes” or positive response are asked in sequence with increasing commitment, which, in turn, gains increasing compliance from someone.

    *PUA Lingo does not endorse or support the use of these terms. We strive to describe them the best we can based on the seduction community’s uses for them in improving men’s (and some women’s) dating lives.


    Full Definition:

    Yes-ladders set a precedence for compliance, and they are a great way to gain more compliance than if the PUA just asked the real compliance test right off the bat.

    For example: “Are you spontaneous? Good. Are you an adventurous person? Have you ever done anything that was a little crazy? Have you ever made out with someone you just met? Wouldn’t you regret it if you didn’t?”

    Usage:

    Yes-ladders are great for testing a girl’s compliance thresholds and pushing them even further.


    Related Terms: Compliance, Compliance Threshold, Kino Escalation, Kino Escalation Ladder, Hoop Theory, Frame, Consistency

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