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    Magic Watch

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  2. Some of the deadliest or most dangerous ideas are the ones that seem the safest. For example, there’s the idea of our comfort zone. By definition, inside is safe, outside is dangerous. So it makes sense to stay inside. At least in the short term. But the longer you stay inside, the harder it is to go outside. This goes way beyond simple things like social skills. Since the dawn of time humans have been oscillating between safety and catastrophe. We stay as safe for as long as we possibly can. Then something FORCES us to move. And that “thing” is so dangerous and potentially deadly we have to invent new ways of dealing with it. But then that creates whole different level of safety. And the cycle repeats. Sometimes that results in evolutionary bottlenecks. When only a few of any species survives. That means the new “inventions” to deal with the threat are genetic responses. The structure is similar, whether it is over the course of a couple years, or a couple hundred thousand. The longer you remain safely inside your comfort zone, the harder it will be to go outside. Another seemingly safe thing to do in the short term that can be deadly in the long term is confirmation bias. Especially when it comes to the people we hang out with. Confirmation bias makes us hang out with the people that have the same opinions, ideas, tastes and beliefs. Pretty soon we start to think that we are “right” and everybody else is “wrong.” One fantastic habit to get into is simply meeting people outside your comfort zone. This be as simple as having a very simple conversation with people you normally deal with. Co workers, waiters, retail staff, etc. Just exchanging a few common pleasantries will go a long ways in making your comfort zone get a lot bigger. One critically important skill is being able to have a conversation with an interesting stranger when the opportunity presents itself. After all, any relationship, be it business, friendship, or romance will be with somebody that starts off as a stranger. And if you’re “having simple conversations with strangers” skills are lacking, why not practice them? The better you build THAT skill, the more people you can meet. The more people you meet, the more relationships (of all kinds) you can create. There are plenty of ways to start as easily as you can, so you can grow your comfort zone as comfortably as you can. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/lovers/
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    Sexual Lunatic Generator

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  4. The best relationships happen spontaneously. For women, the best romantic idea is to get swept off your feet. Unexpectedly. For men, it’s commonly taught that the best way to talk to a woman is under the idea of “outcome independence.” If you are specifically trying to get a specific outcome, you’ll be much more nervous and upset if it doesn’t happen. Paradoxically, the less you are concerned with an outcome, the more likely it will happen. However, this only works in the contexts of male-female relationships. If you tried this strategy when baking a cake, it would be ridiculous. For example, if you left your house one day, and purposely didn’t care of a cake showed up while you were gone, it wouldn’t. To make a cake, you HAVE to have a solid outcome. You have to KEEP that outcome in mind when baking the cake. If you started thinking about peanut butter sandwiches while baking a cake you might accidentally slip in some peanut butter without knowing it. So being “outcome independent” while baking a cake is a silly idea. So WHY does this work so well in relationships? Because after eating, creating sexual relationships is our PRIME DIRECTIVE. It’s one of those things that happens naturally. Since people have been making people since the dawn of time, it’s kind of programmed into our DNA. You really don’t need to study game or anything like that. But you DO have to have a set of basic social skills. The more of these “outcome independent” interactions you create with potentially compatible people, the more likely it will happen. How, specifically, do you do that? Find somebody that is physically attractive. Before you meet them, make a promise to yourself that NOTHING will happen. ASSUME they are happily in love. With somebody else. And just enjoy them as a NON-RELATIONSHIP-POTENTIAL person. Enjoy their personality. Enjoy the subtle sexual energy. Practice your conversational skills. Think of this as one “seed.” This works if you are a guy or a girl. The more of these seeds you plant, the bigger your garden will grow. And the more confident you’ll be. Imagine having 5, 10, or even TWENTY of these people that you can talk to whenever you feel like it. This will boost your social skills, boost your confidence, and increase the likelihood that a relationship will pop up where you least expect it. And because you’ll have been practicing, you’ll be ready for it. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/lovers/
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    Mind Control Machine

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    Ultra Long Game Strategy

    One of the biggest “deep skills” you can develop is the long game. This is considered “deep skill” because it’s not only intangible, but it’s something that isn’t testable. Developing the ability to play chess, for example, is a mental skill. But it is something you can test and measure. The same with many mental skills. Usually this happens in school, or in any kind of work related certification. You are given some information, you are tested on this information, and then if you can demonstrate that you KNOW this information, you’ll be given a piece of paper as proof. Usually from a recognizable authority. This is necessary for many reasons. If you show up for a job saying you can do a bunch of stuff, but you don’t have any proof, the guy hiring you would have to take a risk. On the other hand, if you had pieces of paper from recognized authorities showing that you indeed had those skills, there would be much less risk required on his part. But other skills that don’t come with pieces of paper are also fairly measurable. Sales is one of these. You might say you can sell well. Anybody who wanted to hire you could easily see whether or not you could sell in a short amount of time. So even if you didn't any certificates or diplomas, you could still demonstrate this skill. But some skills are skills that simply cannot be demonstrated. At least in the short term. They can be measured, they can’t be tested. To the extent that they can, they are very, very subtle. Hence the term, “deep skills.” Like being able to play the long game. Playing the long game means holding an intention in mind for a long time. It necessarily has to be the SAME intention. Most people start off with an intention, find out how hard it is to manifest that intention, and then CHANGE their intention. And then because of the magic of hindsight bias, they pretend they HAD that intention all along. But being able to hold the SAME intention (and not just pretend) is something that is very rare. And it is only something that can be tested over a long time. It’s also one of the most important skills in building a mutually enjoyable, emotionally and sexually satisfying relationship. You have to FIRST have the kind of person in mind that you want to get with. All based on NON-PHYSICAL criteria. Then you have to HOLD that intention while you go looking for them. Then when you FIND THEM, you have to build attraction and desire. This requires very strong long game skills. But here’s the thing. If you can master the long game skills of relationship engineering, you can master ANYTHING. Because in the game of life, the winners are the ones with the LONGEST game. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/lovers/
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    Super Villain

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  9. Deep within us are ancient instincts. Everything we want satisfies one of these instincts. One way to describe them would be in terms of Maslow’s famous hierarchy. At the bottom is basic stuff like food and sex and staying out of the rain. On top are esoteric and undefinable things like “self actualization.” But no matter how you get self actualized, or how long you stay there, you still gotta eat. And if you stay outside in the elements too long, you will die. Even if you DO become self-actualized, it happens inside your biological body. And your biological body comes with urges that keep you from dying. Urges like eating when you are hungry, having sex when you have a willing partner. Running away from an animal that wants to eat you. After all, if a hungry predator sees you meditation, it doesn’t really care if you are self actualized or not. I’m sure from a predator’s standpoint, a self-actualized human tastes just as good as a non-self actualized human. Putting esoteric ideas aside, all of our biological urges, which were given to us to help us stay alive, were “calibrated” during a much different environment that the one we live in now. This is the reason why so many people are overweight. Having the “eat all you can whenever you can” instinct was PERFECT way back in the day. Today, not so much. This is also why relationships are so frikking confusing these days. Our “relationship instincts” were calibrated in a MUCH DIFFERENT environment than we live in. One way is how we deal with “opportunity cost.” Opportunity cost is an economic term that means when you buy X, for a certain amount of money, you CAN’T buy anything else. IF you buy a cheeseburger, you CAN’T buy a burrito with that same money. When this comes to dating, it works the same way. If you are IN a relationship with person X, you CAN’T be in a relationship with everybody else. Way back in the day this wasn’t a big deal. But today, with a kajillion pretty faces bombarding us every single second, it is very much a big deal. But since our deep instincts are still the same, AND our instincts tend to rule our actions, they must be addressed. The good news is if you learn how to do that, your relationships will be much easier and much more rewarding. It will take time, but consider putting in the effort. Because creating very healthy relationship with a compatible person is one of the MOST IMPORTANT things about being human. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/lovers/
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    Corn Dog Chaos Theory

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    Easy And Organic Lovers

    One of the secrets of human nature is that we are all human. And despite how different we feel on the inside, we are all very similar. It’s just that our deep dreams, fears, and desires are something that we RARELY share. So we think ours are different. But they really aren’t. If we all had fundamentally different internal wants and needs and fears, it would be impossible for any inventor to be successful. If we all had DIFFERENT internal desires, no ONE invention or idea (or book or song or movie) would be popular to many people. This means that as a human, you have secret inside information. About how other humans think and feel. But if you come at them with advice, it won’t work. All inventions, for example, work because people can CHOOSE to buy them or not buy them. If an inventor tried to be successful by showing on people’s doorstep, forcing himself in their homes, he wouldn’t be nearly as successful. One way to create connections with others is by looking for similarities. Not surface structure similarities, as in the same taste in TV or music, but in structural similarities. This means you have to think in terms of structure. Of how you perceive and describe your experience. And how you can elicit their experience. This takes a little bit of effort. It’s much more detailed than memorizing some lines. But will create much deeper, and much more powerful connections. And since you’ll be creating a two-way connection, you can actually tell if they are compatible or not. One mistake that is common is to create a deep connection, and only THEN start to wonder if you are compatible or not. But by making connections based on structural similarities, rather than superficial surface similarities, it’s much more enjoyable. And it’s much easier. Since when you communicate like this with everybody, and it becomes who you are, the process is much more organic. Since everything will be happening naturally and organically, it won’t feel nearly as nervous. The best part is you can practice this communication style with non-romantic interests, and nobody will know. But sooner or later, real romantic interests will make it VERY EASY on you. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/lovers/
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    Bar Tricks and Puzzles

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  13. Everything must obey the laws of supply and demand. If there is plenty of something, and not a lot of people want it, it’s not going to be worth much. On the other hand, if something is scarce, and lots of people want it, it’s going to be worth plenty. Many people get the idea of economics and relationships messed up. When you go out for lunch, there are plenty of restaurants available. But they each have food. If you need a car, there are plenty of models available. But they all essentially do the same thing. The mistake comes when we think of things like SMV, or sexual market value. This isn’t really appropriate since personal relationships are much more subjective. A car, for example, has to have plenty of objective characteristics. Only after those objective characteristic (price, color, gas mileage, etc.) are satisfied, does subjectivity come into play. But when you are “shopping” for a relationship partner, there is MUCH more subjective difference from person to person. Supply and demand, and many other economics ideas, usually assume a certain amount of uniformity across the available products. But the difference between each individual is much different than between cars. So the term, SMV, is not really appropriate. Because relationships are all about how compatible people are. When shopping for car, you either like the car or you don’t. The car just sits there and is judged by the people shopping for cars. The car doesn’t have a say in the matter. But since relationships are WAY more subjective than shopping, AND compatibility is much more important, the idea of any kind of objective “value” is pretty ridiculous. And by altering your communication, you can make yourself MUCH more valuable to pretty much anybody. This is the whole point of things like education, learning and experience. The person coming OUT of any learning experience is more valuable than the person going in. This is good news. Because the more you improve your “relationship skills” the more “valuable” of a relationship partner you’ll be to more people. This will give you much more choice. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/lovers/
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    Misdirection Of The Mind

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