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  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar28Post.mp4 A long time ago I used to go to this Thai restaurant. They had a pretty good chicken dish, don't forget the specifics. Very spicy. I would always go there in the early afternoon. I liked to read the business paper while enjoying a leisurely lunch. Study all the stock and commodity charts. After the lunch crowd had thinned out. This was back when I was learning about a lot of covert hypnosis and NLP patterns. Now, a lot of "techniques" involve using patterns, etc. on waitresses. This isn't one of those stories. While these waitresses were cute, (they were all young females), I wasn't trying to game them. Only have friendly conversations. Two were married, one was a single mom. But they ALL loved talking to me. Whenever they weren't busy, they would sit at my table and talk to me while I ate. I would ask them questions that nobody had ever asked them before. Questions that would force them to accept positive presuppositions about themselves before answering. But in a very powerful, very subconscious way. It was very friendly, very enjoyable. This is what most people don't "get" about seduction and persuasion. When you tie the idea of seduction and persuasion to your ego, this means you feel you need to TELL people things. Seducers want to run game, use patterns, and MAKE the other person feel a certain way. Salespeople spit endless features and benefits and hopefully MAKE the other person want to buy. But if you turn off your ego, and ask the RIGHT QUESTIONS, the other person will light up. The right questions that induce them to think about their best selves in the answers. The right questions that induce them to think about their best outcomes in the answers. The right questions that induce them to contemplate their ideal futures in the answers. What kind of experience does this give them? In order to answer these questions, they have to look inside themselves. They have to FIND the best parts of themselves. Parts they may NEVER have even considered before. Because they must do this to answer YOUR questions, this gives them a wonderful experience about YOU. That YOU somehow notice things about them that nobody, not even themselves, have noticed before. Even better, you PRESUPPOSED those fantastic things about them. It's one thing to try and give somebody a unique compliment. It's quite another to ask questions that send them searching inside their own minds to find the BEST possible ideas about themselves. Do this, and they'll never forget you. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/deep-mind-persuasion/
  3. Laundry Girl: https://mindpersuasion.com/laundry-girl https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar28Loop.mp4
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  5. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar27Post.mp4 Structure is everywhere. Joseph Campbell found that most myths from around the world have the same structure. One he called the "monomyth." Commonly called the "hero's journey." Same basic structure, over and over. Similarly, most popular music has the same basic chord progressions. Once you tune your mind to hear these common chord progressions, you'll see them everywhere. Structure is something that we need to choose to see. It's not something we normally see. Even if you've studied music or mythology your entire life, it's very EASY to "forget" momentarily about structure and focus on content. The melody and the words. The characters and their unique battles of good vs. evil. On the flip side, if you are a pop music writer or a Hollywood screen writer, you can essentially write the SAME THING over and over and over. Different melodies and lyrics on top of the same chord progression. Different characters and battles on top of the same hero's journey. Thought also has similar structure. This can give you huge advantage. How? Once you learn the basic structure of thought, you can talk about the same things and over. Sure, the people you are talking to will think you are talking about different things. Just like most people hear all the songs as being different. Or all the movies as having different characters and stories. But from a structural level, you will see them as being very similar. One of Joseph Campbell's books was called, "The Hero With 1000 Faces." This was because every hero is essentially the SAME CHARACTER. Dorothy, Luke Skywalker, Harry Potter, Peter Parker, Neo, all go through the same character arc. Which means if you can understand the STRUCTURE of human thought, you'll have a massive advantage. The structure of thought is the same as the structure of language. From your perspective, you are having the SAME conversations over and over. From their perspective, you are one of the most profound conversationalists they've ever met. Or the most compelling salesperson they've ever met. Or the most romantic seducer they've ever met. Or the most engaging storyteller they've ever met. This will make it very easy for you to never worry about what to say. Never worry about what to ask. And just like movies and music, once you KNOW the structure, it's easy to flip to either side. Structurally, from a building side. Content based, from an enjoyment side. See the structure beneath words, and lead every conversation, and every emotion exactly where you want them to be. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/deep-mind-persuasion/
  6. Energy Gradients: https://mindpersuasion.com/energy-gradients/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar27Loop.mp4
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  8. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar26Post.mp4 A useful angle when selling anything is something called a "USP." Or, "unique selling proposition." This only needs to be presented as unique. Meaning even all the competition has the SAME feature, if nobody else is leveraging it, this is an option. So long as it SOUNDS unique, the customers will ASSUME that your product is the ONLY one with this feature. This is a copywriting way to leverage the "first to market" idea. You can be first to market with an actual product. Or you can be first to market with something that everybody else has, but nobody has thought to leverage. The underlying idea is EVERYTHING is a competition. If you show up at a party, and you tell a bunch of jokes that EVERYBODY has already heard, you'll be perceived a certain way. If you are the FIRST person to tell those same jokes, you'll be perceived a much DIFFERENT way. This is a tough thing to think about for most humans. Few people openly embrace the idea of competition. Most of us are happy to stay safely in the middle of the pack, and be told what to do. If you WANT an average life, that's fine. But if you want more, you've got to do more. There are PLENTY of ways to do more. Unfortunately (or rather fortunately, as we'll see in a minute) there are TONS of false beliefs that physical appearances are the MOST important thing. Think of it this way. If EVERYBODY has average thinking skill, communication skills, social skills, then EVERYBODY is going to need something else to compare people. That ends up being looks. Halo effect. This is why pretty people have it much easier than us normal looking people. But that's ONLY if everybody's got the SAME basic, non-physical skills. Now for the good part. Building up social skills is VERY EASY. Especially when you do it differently than everybody else. Most people who ATTEMPT to differentiate themselves socially use the same basic strategies. An "outside in" approach. Of TELLING people ideas about themselves. It's much, much easier the other way. Much, much more powerful the other way. Especially when you GO META. Not only are you asking, rather than telling, but you are asking things that NOBODY has ever been asked before. Meta questions about thinking skills. Meta questions about choosing skills. Meta questions about fantasizing skills. These are easier to ask, and much easier for them to answer. These are much more pleasurable for them to answer. These will get their brains spinning about fantasy futures. The BEST PART is without even trying, they'll associate those fantasy futures with you. This will make you VERY unique. In a VERY good way. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/deep-mind-persuasion/
  9. Energy Storage Strategies: https://mindpersuasion.com/energy-storage-strategies/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/energy-storage-strategies https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar26Loop.mp4
  10. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar25Post.mp4 The idea of covert hypnosis is extremely compelling. Ever since Dr. Milton Erickson invented it decades ago, it's been applied in pretty much every situation words are used. Sales, seduction, therapy, even comedy. It does, however, take quite a bit of practice. If you are in sales, or therapy, this is the easiest. Both salespeople and therapists tend to see the same people over and over. If you are a real estate agent, you'll get the same concerns, objections, desires, etc. This means when getting ready to show a house to somebody, you can "pre-frame" quite a bit. All the patterns, the best structures, the objections, etc. The more you do this, the better you get. With therapy, it's more or less the same thing. That's why it's called "practice." Because each time you see a new patient, you can practice your skills. And just like sales, most people have the same issues, and the same feelings about those issues. This is why using covert hypnosis for seduction, or even just having fun socially is the MOST difficult way to use it. The people you are talking to are not going the be NEARLY as similar as in sales or therapy. This is the most common problem with running any kind of "game." You can only get so far with memorized patterns. Eventually, you'll need to speak fluently, in the moment. There are TWO ways to master this. One is to simply practice in the abstract. To drill yourself on all the various components, just like boxers drill in the gym, or musicians drill on scales. Another way is to reverse the process. Covert hypnosis is power, and it is an outside-in approach. Patterns moving from your brain, to theirs, and creating those wonderful feelings of desire and attraction. But there is another way. An inside-out approach. Of taking ideas FROM their brain. This is what people TRY to do. But they do so from a content level. Ask about THINGS or specific EXPERIENCES. But we humans think in STRUCTURES. So when you ask about their STRUCTURES, it will create a very different feeling. With content-based conversations, it's hit or miss. They might LOVE one type of music that you may dislike. But with STRUCTURE thinking, it's much, much easier to find similarities. It's much easier to create DEEP rapport. The kind most people think happens once in a lifetime. Even better is these structures are pretty easy to learn. But because few people know about them, let alone think about them, you will EASILY stand out from everybody. The best part is you'll NEVER run out of stuff to talk about. Which means YOU will become the BEST conversational partner they've ever had. Whoever THEY are. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/deep-mind-persuasion/
  11. Malthusian Cycles: https://mindpersuasion.com/malthusian-cycles/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar25Loop.mp4
  12. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar24Post.mp4 According to anthropologists, language and conscious thought is why humans eventually took over the planet. Many other animals can learn, but humans can do so collectively. This means we can discover and idea, and share it with others. Once everybody has this idea, it becomes part of the "collective consciousness." This allowed humans to learn as a group. Even from generation to generation. Even while skipping a bunch of generations. This is one of the things that ended the dark ages, and opened up the enlightenment. They started to "re-discover" the things the Greeks did. This is the power of language. The power of thought. It's how two people who have just met can lose hours over a simple dinner date. Talking and sharing and creating a "mutually shared hallucination." When this happens, it is very rare, and very beautiful. When two people talk, and there is mutual physical and sexual attraction, that's pretty cool. But it CAN be pretty nerve wracking. Both people KNOW there is some kind of attraction. So both people are very nervous. They both want to keep this. Neither wants to ruin this. So they both are very careful to NOT say anything stupid. This is essentially how all "organic" relationships start. It usually takes a while. Something like this is HARD to engineer. It has to happen in it's own time. This is why the best relationships come through mutual social circles. There is a lot of possibilities of these random meetings. Where that organically growing attraction can grow. It's also why a lot of people stay with their high school sweet heart. High school is a great place to meet your life partner. It has ALL the ingredients. Mutual social circles. Plenty of opportunities to "find yourself" in a conversation. Plenty of times when you both like the other, but you aren't sure how the other feels about you. These kinds of feelings are the INTENTION of any kind of conscious game. Where you see somebody, you would very much like to get to know them, but you don't have the necessary organic opportunities. You see them, you WANT to create that mutual attraction, but you don't have much time. The tendency is to use an outside-in approach. To use "artificial" game techniques that are meant to IMPRESS the other person. These do work. But they only work in the short term. Sometimes TOO much. Kind of like starting an exercise program too fast. The desire is there, but you might blow out a tendon. What's the solution? Twofold. One, find out ABOUT them. Not in a superficial way. Not in a "who is your favorite band," way. But find out HOW they think. Find out the structure of their thoughts. This will actually CREATE those deep and long lasting conversations that most people think are very, very rare. Once you can GENERATE those "rare" feelings in anybody, you'll be the one they chase. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/deep-mind-persuasion/
  13. Open Your Unconscious: https://mindpersuasion.com/open-your-unconscious/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar24Loop.mp4
  14. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar23Post.mp4 Dale Carnegie said the easiest way to become interesting TO others is to be interested IN others. This, of course, is one of those truism that needs some explaining. First of all, we would all LOVE for the "right people" to be interested in us. Gorgeous people, rich people, Hollywood producers, Venture Capitalists, etc. Nobody would like being followed around by a bunch of drunken homeless people because they found you so interesting. Another thing we'll need to figure out is HOW, specifically do we show our interest. For example, suppose you've got your eye on a cutie across the room. Do you walk up and say: "Hi, I think you're very interesting," and wait for the fireworks? That might work as a decent ice breaker, but unless there was already enough pre-existing attraction, that would seem a bit creepy. A "goofy" pick up line is to walk up to a gorgeous girl and say: "I know you're gorgeous. But I'm wondering if you are just as gorgeous on the inside as you are on the outside..." This MIGHT work, but only if she is showing you OBVIOUS signs of attraction. If she hasn't, she'll reply to that above statement with: "Um, who are you?" Does this mean that showing interest doesn't work? Nope. Showing interest works like MAGIC. But only if you put in the right effort. Anybody can express some easy sentiments. Suppose you had a friend who was struggling with their math homework. And you said something EASY like: "Keep at it, you'll figure it out." Sure, this has the right intention. But that statement doesn't COST you anything. It's very EASY to say. So the most likely response you'd get would be: "Uh, yea, thanks...whatever..." On the other hand, suppose you STOPPED what you were doing and actually HELPED THEM. Showed them some of your math tricks and techniques. Made sure they understood it. That would be the same sentiment, but it would be backed by action. Anybody can walk up to an attractive person and say they are interested. Anybody can PRETEND they are interested in the person on the inside just as much as the person on the outside. But few people know HOW to ask the right questions, in the right order, that actually DEMONSTRATE keen interest. Questions about themselves they've NEVER been asked before. Even better, is to ask them questions that don't require THEY do any thinking. No feeling on the spot. No forcing them to share anything they don't want to. This will do THREE powerful things at once. One, it will demonstrate you REALLY ARE interested in the REAL them. Two, is it will be very easy and enjoyable for them. Three is they will find out things about themselves they've never even THOUGHT about before. This means that YOU will stand out in their mind. In a wonderful way that is different from everybody they've ever talked to. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/deep-mind-persuasion/
  15. Hallucinated Statistics: https://mindpersuasion.com/hallucinated-statistics/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar23Loop.mp4
  16. Hello to all. I havent been on in a while but wanted to stop in and wish good health to everyone as we have a ongoing virus crisis. May the gods and godesses grant all ultimate good health during this time.
  17. I too would like to see this one.🙂
  18. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar22Post.mp4 There's a lot of "tricks" in seduction. Perhaps the most famous, is the "instant connection" pattern. This has been copied and regurgitated over and over. It is basically when you are talking to somebody, either a romantic interest, or a potential customer. But somewhere in the pattern, you mention an "instant connection" with somebody. Like you are randomly going off on an "unexpected" tangent. And you say something like: "Have you ever felt an instant connection with somebody?" "Where you just feel this click..." This pattern SOUNDS cool. It's sure fun to IMAGINE THIS WORKING. To be able to walk up to a stranger, utter a few lines and get them to suddenly BECOME INTERESTED in you. Unfortunately, it misses the point. For this short pattern to work, they would have to feel MASSIVE rapport. It relies on them, going inside, and coming up with a memory of "clicking" with somebody. And then bringing back that "feeling" then and there in the moment. Let's take a quick tangent to this idea. When people go to see a therapist, it takes a long time to open up. A few weeks, at least, for the therapist to build enough rapport so the patient trusts them enough to share their deep feelings. This is because we humans don't just open up to any goof. So when a stranger walks up, and starts rambling about any "instant connection," the person hearing this will have a ton of defensive energy. This type of thing, of an instant connection, is the kind of stuff you talk to VERY close friends about. This is a very rare, very beautiful emotional experience. Nobody is going to immediately recall that feeling just because some random dude starts talking about it. If it were possible to DESCRIBE and emotion, and CREATE that emotion that you were describing, then it would be EASY to sell things. All a salesperson would have to say is: "Have you ever felt a strong buying desire?" "Where you just absolutely had to GET THIS?" You could even do an experiment, and try this out. Go buy a bunch of stuff that is legal to re-sell. Then to knocking on random doors. Start with saying this: "Hi, my name is Jack, I'm doing a quick survey. I only want to ask two questions." And then rattle of the quick, "instant buying desire" pattern above. See how many you sell. Turns out the "instant connection" pattern doesn't really create connections. It only TALKS ABOUT THEM. But there is a way to actually CREATE that connection. It takes a bit more brainpower than just rattling off a couple of memorized lines. But by asking the right questions, paying attention to the answers, and asking carefully calibrated follow-up questions, you can CREATE any emotion you want. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/deep-mind-persuasion/
  19. Mirror Universe: https://mindpersuasion.com/mirror-universe/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/mirror-universe https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar22Loop.mp4
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  21. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar21Post.mp4 Many guys have problems with girls. Guys would LOVE to know what to say to get certain girls to like them. To get girls to feel certain ways about them. To do certain things. Many girls have problems with guys. Girls would LOVE to know what to say to get certain guys to like them. To get guys to feel certain ways about them. Salespeople have problems with customers. They would LOVE to know what to say to get customers to buy. To buy, buy again, and refer more people to them. This is a very common human problem. We see somebody. We want that other somebody to do something, or feel something, or say something. But we have zero idea what WE can say, so they believe or feel or behave in a way that we want. Even if you want to start a conversation with somebody, knowing what to SAY is often the barrier keeping you on the sidelines. But what if you don't need to SAY anything? No, we aren't talking about using telepathy or any kind of psychic techniques. But what if getting ANYBODY to do ANYTHING wasn't about what you said, but about what kinds of questions you asked? After all, everybody is always eager to talk about themselves. This is what Dale Carnegie said DECADES ago. That everybody is always listening to their favorite radio station. WII FM or "What's In It For Me?" Dale Carnegie also famously said that the best way to be a CHARISMATIC conversationalist is to LISTEN much more than you talk. This is a good START, but that advice doesn't help much. You won't get very far by walking over to that cute girl or guy and saying: "So, tell me about yourself!" Sure, that kind of lame opener works if you are a famous talk show host, but if you are some random guy or girl, people will look at you funny. The REAL question is how, specifically, do you lead them by only asking certain questions? What specific questions do you ask, and in what order? When it comes to questions, and conversational topics, there is CONTENT and there is STRUCTURE. Nearly everybody talks or asks about CONTENT. What's your favorite band. What's your favorite cake icing. How many Watts does your microwave have. You won't get very far by asking content questions. But what about asking structure questions? Questions about HOW they think? How they choose what they like? How they LITERALLY "see themselves" doing things? Not only will this be very unique way of talking, but it will make THEM feel very, very good. Because you start asking them about the structure of their thinking, you can lead them to VERY pleasant feelings. Pleasant feelings they'll associate with you. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/deep-mind-persuasion/
  22. Sex Cookbook: https://mindpersuasion.com/sex-cookbook/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar21Loop.mp4
  23. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar20Post.mp4 Most things are best understood as a numbers game. You talk to 10 girls you might get a couple numbers. You send out a few dozen resumes, and you might get a couple calls. You stand in the batting cages and you might really connect with one out of three or four pitches. This CAN be discouraging. Especially if you focus on every single swing, or approach, or phone call. But the longer you can stretch out your perception, the easier it seems. Especially if you understand from the beginning that it's just a numbers game. Even more so if you are slowly improving. One of the oldest jokes in the entertainment business is the guy walking down the street in New York. He asks a local how to get to Carnegie Hall. The local says, "practice." If you want to get ANYWHERE, you need to practice. On one hand, this kind of sucks. Especially in modern times when everybody is not only entitled but insanely impatient. We want what we want, and we want it NOW. On the other hand, once you get into a routine, you'll ALWAYS be getting some. Getting what? Getting better. When you don't have something but you want something, it can create a paradox of never ending frustration. You want it, you want it NOW, but you don't know HOW you'll get it. This is maddening to say the least. But when you start taking small, tiny, daily steps toward what you want, something pretty cool will happen. In a week or so, you'll look behind you and see how far you've come. You'll look out ahead of you and you'll KNOW how far you'll be going. You'll get rid of that "now-frustration" that is never ending. And replace it with continuous feeling of forward momentum. This means you'll KNOW where you are going. You'll feel it. It will start to change how you feel, what you think, how you speak and behave, and how people perceive you. A "now-frustrated" person is very UN-attractive. Nobody wants to hang around somebody who wants things, wants them now, but doesn't know HOW to get them. This is like hanging around a baby who is constantly screaming. On the other hand, when you develop consistent forward momentum, that is much more attractive. People will you see you, and they IMMEDIATELY notice that you are different than most. They won't see somebody who is dependent on others. They won't see somebody who is frustrated and stuck. They'll see somebody who is going places. Which places? Whichever direction you choose. Transforming your life, and everybody around you. One easy step at a time. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/self-esteem/
  24. Metaphysical Trigonometry: https://mindpersuasion.com/metaphysical-trigonometry/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar20Loop.mp4
  25. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar19Post.mp4 Most of us have plenty of goals. Things we'd like to have, or be able to do. But we either never start, or we've started and given up a few times. Why is goal setting so hard? There can only be two reasons. One is that the thing we are after is unachievable. Or the process we are doing to get the thing is incorrect. Both are hard to stomach. Believing we want something that is impossible is pretty depressing. Equally depressing is to admit we are always doing it wrong. Both have the same result. We want something, but we'll never get it. Money, love, a better job, a better body, etc. Just for a moment, let's assume the second reason. That we're doing it wrong. If we are doing it wrong, that means we can figure out how to do it right. The common way, which we'll assume is the wrong way, is to create a TON of motivation, and charge forward as hard as we can. We'll assume this is the wrong way since it rarely works. But when we try again, we violate Einstein's principle of insanity. Of trying the SAME thing but expecting a different result. Weight loss, strengthening, social confidence, we use the SAME structure, and fail, most of the time. What's the structure? Muscle up and plow through the pain! Grab your balls and go talk to her! Suck it up, get out of bed an hour early and hit the pavement! Look terror in the eye, and knock on enough doors until you get enough sales! Yeah, uh, no. That doesn't work. That whole, create a bunch of motivation of thin air and power through the pain. We need a better way. Or at least another way that doesn't suck so fricking much. The problem is based on economics. And how we compare what we WANT to what we THINK will get us there. Both are based on how well we IMAGINE things. The costs and the benefits. But as we start knocking on doors, or talking to random girls, or running before sunrise, the COSTS become more real. But the benefits are STILL in our imagination. Before we start, it SEEMS the benefits are worth the costs. But the more we push forward with ONLY motivation, the REAL costs get bigger every day. Imagine if you went into your favorite burger shop. And you looked up and saw a burger combo for $4. Uh yea, I'd like the burger combo. But when you went to pay, they wanted $50. Added fees, taxes, etc. Would you pay? Hell, no! Same with motivation. Eventually the REAL costs get so big it's RATIONAL to stop paying. What's the better way? Go. Really. Slow. Keep the costs as SMALL as possible. Forget that motivation nonsense. Instead, build MOMENTUM. Because momentum is self-sustaining. Momentum can lead you ANYWHERE. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/self-esteem/
  26. Cooking Cult https://mindpersuasion.com/cooking-cult/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar19Loop.mp4
  27. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar18Post.mp4 All problems of modern society can be described as "instinct-mismatch." Back in the day, we were ALWAYS hungry. That was good. The HUNGRIER you were, the more motivated you were to get out and kill something. Not only to get out and kill something, but to eat AS MUCH as you could whenever you had a chance. PERFECT for the time before. Really, really horrible for modern society. Most other instincts are like this. Fantastic back in the day, horrible today. Social signals, relationships, social status, all perfectly calibrated for primitive times. All being horrifically misfired today. Probably the ONLY instinct that serves us is fear of dangerous animals. If we saw a tiger following us today, it would scare the crap out of us JUST LIKE back in the day. Of course, this is a pretty useless instinct as not a lot of people see tigers on their morning walk. But on a meta-level, we are much less likely to make the necessary TRANSITIONS we did back in the day. Way back in the day, we transitioned from being DEPENDENT to being PROVIDERS. If you were a slacker back in the day, you'd left behind. Today, finding out ways to game the system is a fantastic career choice. Especially if you're a banker! One way this plays out is how we MEASURE ourselves. If you were a little kid back in the day, AND today, your self worth was based on how well, or how poorly, other people treated you. Eventually, usually when you were old enough to walk around on your own, you started to DEFINE your self worth. There were no politicians on TV telling you how special you were. There were no classes in college telling you how it is somebody else's responsibility to take care of you. Every single human that survived long enough to send their DNA into the future learned a very important rule. One that is VERY RARE today. One that little kids back then were FORCED to learn. The rule? If you don't kill, you don't eat. Back then, all successful humans had to DEFINE their worth to the tribe on a daily basis. The BETTER you provided REAL VALUE to the tribe, the more they valued you. Nobody could just "decide" to be valuable or special "just because." Now, this may be offensive to many people. And that's fine. Plenty of people have ZERO PROBLEM letting OTHERS take care of them their whole lives. But as we alluded before, we STILL have these ancient instincts. So when YOU choose to take responsibility for your life, that will trigger these ancient instincts in others. Ancient instincts that say YOU are a very valuable human. Much more so than all the other entitled goofs running around. This, of course, will give you a HUGE advantage. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/self-esteem/
  28. Bernays Piano Strategy: https://mindpersuasion.com/bernays-piano-strategy/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar18Loop.mp4
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