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  1. Install The Love Feedback Loop: https://mindpersuasion.com/install-the-love-feedback-loop/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  2. Secret People Training Skills: https://mindpersuasion.com/secret-people-training-skills/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  3. Your Massive Inheritance https://mindpersuasion.com/your-massive-inheritance/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  4. Show Them How Great You Are https://mindpersuasion.com/show-them-how-great-you-are/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  5. Custom Built Heroes: https://mindpersuasion.com/custom-built-heroes/ http://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  6. Unlock Your Ancient Super Powers https://mindpersuasion.com/unlock-your-ancient-super-powers/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  7. Wake Up Your Learning Instinct: https://mindpersuasion.com/wake-up-your-learning-instinct/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  8. Your 50% Personality Flexibility https://mindpersuasion.com/your-50-personality-flexibility/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  9. The Most Coveted Human Instinct: https://mindpersuasion.com/the-most-coveted-human-instinct/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  10. Language Flow State: https://mindpersuasion.com/language-flow-state/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  11. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan_07Post.mp4 One cool element of storytelling is when they go "meta." In the terms of covert hypnosis, this is called "blurred realities." One way to use blurred realities is with the quotes pattern. You tell a story about a couple of guys. One is talking to the other guy and says something silly. But when you "quote" the guy saying the silly thing, you look directly at your friend, or the audience. It's called a quotes pattern because you are quoting somebody else. But it's also a blurred reality because the listener isn't sure what's really happening. It creates a kind of "wait, is he saying that to me?" response. A movie a few years ago did this and got the Oscar. Right off the bat, the whole thing was blurred reality. The movie was about a "washed up actor" who used to play a superhero called Birdman. But the main character was played by a (maybe) "washed up actor" that used to play a superhero called Batman. There were tons of blurred realities throughout the movie. The Coen Brothers make plenty of movies that use this technique via the "story within a story." Consider that this ability of us humans to go "meta" is a very powerful, and often under appreciated skill. It probably started way back in the day, long before we were humans. Back when we became nomads. Every other animal is pretty constrained to a certain area. They look for a narrow range of food, and they have a pretty narrow range of predators. We, however are literally at the TOP of the food chain. The APEX predators of Earth. This is based on our ancient "meta skills." We have instincts, and we have the ability to learn new instincts. Or another way to say this is we have a "meta" instinct. An instinct that allows us to learn new instincts. To program skills and behaviors to the level of unconscious competence. How does this meta instinct work? We look out into the world. We see what exists. And we build MORE. Not more of the same. But BETTER ways to do the same thing. We see horses, and invent cars. We see cars, and invent planes. We see planes, and invent spaceships. Etc. Think of this mental experiment. Take a baby born today. And put him or her 1000 years into the future. What will they do? They'll grow up in all that future technology, stuff we can't even CONCEIVE of today. And they'll create MORE. The same brains that exist today, will be soaking up what's around them, and create BETTER versions of what they see. The real question is WHY do we do this? What do we GET in exchange for our inventions, creations and contributions? We get PAID. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/prosperity-mindset/
  12. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan06_Post.mp4 We humans have tons of built in instincts. And we have tons of built in learning. We can learn to improve our built in instincts. Or we can learn to create new instincts. Take riding a bike, for example. Nobody is a natural when they first try. That's why they make tricycles and training wheels. But once you got the skills down, you've got them down. Riding a bike is one of the common examples of learning something to the level of unconscious competence. Learn it by heart, and it's second nature. Let's take a look at those two metaphors in that previous sentence. To "learn something by heart" means you don't need your brain. No conscious effort required. Or to become "second nature" it's another "natural thing" that is added on to your programmed instincts, or your first "natural things." For a bike, once you get it down, it's down. Unless you are going compete professionally, there's no more learning required. But some skills have UNLIMITED higher levels of unconscious competence. There are some pieces on the piano that would take many, many years of practice to the "second nature" level. On the other hand, little kids can become unconsciously competent in "chopsticks" pretty quickly. There is also another level of learning. If taking an instinct, and then unlearning it, to break down the components, and then putting them back together at a much higher level. This is what Bruce Lee allegedly said about Jeet Kun Do. At first, a punch is just a punch. Something that is instinctive. Something we don't need to think about. But when you study Jeet Kun Do, a punch is a complex combination of balance, breathing, focus, intention, energy, etc. This is when you PURPOSELY take the punch back down to the level of conscious competence. After Jeet Kun Do, a punch is just a punch. This is you taken an instinctive punch, and trained it to be a much, much better punch. This is the best of both worlds. Starting with a basic instinct. Breaking it down, training it and making to better, and second nature. And you can ALSO get better. The more you train, the better you get. But there is another skill you can train. A kind of meta skill. Or perhaps a meta-meta skill. The encompasses pretty much ANY "sub-skill" you can think of. And this meta-meta skill has been around since the dawn of time. This meta-meta skill is responsible for EVERYTHING that has been created by man, since the dawn of time. Even BEFORE time was a recorded idea. Get in THIS game, and find your purpose. A purpose that will continue to serve you. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/prosperity-mindset/
  13. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec19Post.mp4 The boundary between unconscious competence and conscious competence is a pretty interesting place. This is where your self awareness is most conspicuous. Like when you've JUST about, but not quite, learned something by heart. When we are born, we have a ton of pre-wiring in our brains. Language, basic addition, and plenty of other things. Other things we need to learn as we grow up. In ancient times, this was how to get food, not get eaten, and stay safe in different environments. Humans have figured out how get food in many different ways, in many different environments. Like we have a deep, automatic two way brain signal. Every time we wandered into a new place, we had two questions: Where can we find something to eat? How can we avoid what wants to eat us? These two similar programs are present today. You visit a hotel in a strange city for a business conference. You want to know where the hot nightspots are. You want to know what areas to avoid. In our very advanced, normal society, we can continue to learn. Here's a pretty cool mind experiment. Imagine if you were kidnapped as a baby. And taken, via a time machine, into a future 1000 years from now. You'd grow up and learn things in ELEMENTARY school that haven't been discovered yet. Things that are NOW too complex for even the smartest scientists in the world to wrap their minds around. This is the learning potential that exists in your brain. There are some things, that we try to learn, but we really don't need to. Before, we always wanted to know how to grow food. How to protect ourselves from the elements. How to find animals with fur. How to find safe places to stay. These were always pressing issues for the first dudes who wandered into an unknown territory. Once they'd figured all that stuff out, whoever was BORN into that environment would see it as normal. Stuff that everybody just does. But every time we'd move into a NEW areas, we'd have to figure out stuff all over again. Kind of like now. We aren't exactly moving into new territories PHYSICALLY, but we are metaphorically. Scientifically and intelligently. So there is ALWAYS stuff to learn, and discover, and intent, out at the margins of human knowledge. However there is ONE area where don't need to learn ANYTHING. Not now, not 1000 years ago, not 1000 in the future. The thing that is NOT dependent on technology, or what kind environment we live in. The thing that is programmed in at a DNA level. The thing we do the SAME WAY we've always done. What is that? Making friends and lovers. Because this is NOT based on technology. This is based on human nature. Which has been the same for about 200,000 years. Forget about learning how. Unlearn all the nonsense, and REMEMBER how. Get Started: https://mindpersuasion.com/relationship-generator/
  14. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec18Post.mp4 A common question regarding any social situation is what went wrong. Or what did "they" mean when they said "that." This does seem logical. Nobody likes problems. Everybody likes to get over problems. To understand problems. This is part of our makeup. Our wiring. To learn from our mistakes. This is the BEST way to learn. To make an UNEXPECTED mistake. Then figure out what happened. And do better next time. So it seems logical to use this strategy socially. You're having a conversation with an attractive person. Because you get a good feeling when talking to them, when thinking about talking to them in the future, it feels BAD to not get your outcome. Whether you're looking for friends or lovers, the strategy is very basic. And exists deep beneath conscious understanding. We see somebody and we ENJOY looking at them. We talk to somebody and we ENJOY speaking with them. So the natural and automatic desire is to create a future where we can look forward to interacting with them again. This doesn't matter if they are potential friend, or a potential lover, or even a friendly guy at the meat counter. We enjoy interacting with certain humans. If we showed up at the meat counter and asked about friendly meat guy and found out he'd died, we'd be SAD. For a while, every time we bought meat we'd be SAD. This is normal. So when you're having what you THINK is a friendly conversation, and it goes south, that feels BAD. We don't like bad feelings. We want to know how to DECREASE bad feelings. So, the common response is "what did I do wrong?" This is even a common movie question when one person is breaking up with another person. "What did I do wrong?" Unfortunately, this is the WRONG response. If you are making a recipe, and it comes out terrible, that's a valid question. If you are playing a song on the piano, that question doesn't even need to be asked, since you KNOW what you did wrong as soon as you did. If you are driving somewhere and get lost, that question, "what did I do wrong" is not really thought, but that "feeling" of having done something wrong is what makes you backtrack and find the right directions. Now, WHY is that question, "what did I do wrong" NOT the best question for failed relationships, or conversations? Because relationships are NOT based on right or wrong. They are based SUBJECTIVE feelings. And subjective feelings DO NOT live in the world or right or wrong. Some people will dig you. Some people won't. The question, then, is HOW can you make MORE people dig you? Turns out this is the OPPOSITE of the "do it right" or "do it wrong" strategy. Understand this, and you'll enjoy MUCH more social success. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/relationship-generator/
  15. Metaphorical Money Streams: https://mindpersuasion.com/metaphorical-money-streams/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec17Loop.mp4
  16. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec16Post.mp4 Humans are learning machines. We have a both a huge collection of instincts and a nearly infinite learning potential. Infinite doesn't mean you can put an infinite amount of data in your brain. But the things you CAN learn, are infinite. But these require you spend some time learning those things. Unfortunately, most people today have a kind of misguided idea about learning, what learning really means. For most of us, we associate learning with school. Us sitting there. Some teacher telling us things we are supposed to remember. That are supposed to be important. Organized education has been going on way back since the middle ages. People realized that to become a functioning adult, you need a certain "base" collection of skills. This is one key difference between now, and back then. Now we listen or read for information. We take a test, and show we know that information. But for the longest time, learning meant learning skills. How to DO things. This misconception is why things like math seem so hard. We treat it like other subjects. Like we're supposed to just sit there while the teacher talks. Then we know how to do math. But for something like math, it's much more like a sport. One of my favorite professors in college would say that about physics. He said you can't learn basketball by watching basketball. You can't learn physics by watching physics. You need to PRACTICE. Just like sports. Not try to remember, but PRACTICE. This is one key reason we HAVE self awareness. A collective memory. We can WATCH ourselves practice. Humans started in Africa. But then we spread out all over the world. Every time we went into a new area, we had to LEARN how survive. This wasn't by studying academic textbooks describing how to survive. This was LEARNING by trial and error. Getting food, reading the weather, staying safe are META skills. Each environment we went to would require we fine tune how to do those META skills in that new environment. Modern life is very similar. Particularly when it comes to our meta skills, and this new "environment" in which we find ourselves in. Talking to people, making friends, creating romantic relationships, these are META skills. Skills that are programmed into your DNA. All it takes is a bit of fine tuning in the current environment. Something humans have been doing for TENS of thousands of years. Another way to look at this is "re-calibrating" this instinctive relationship building skills for our new environment. Once they are re-calibrated, they will be on auto pilot, like they are supposed to be. Just like everything else humans have been learning since the dawn of time. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/relationship-generator/
  17. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov16Post.mp4 Plenty of animals can be trained. Even wild animals. This is something most would disagree with. But the word "trained" is often thought to be associated with the idea of being "trained to do what we want." For example, I've seen plenty of "trained" deer in the wild. No, they didn't do tricks or sit. But they were "trained." Only nobody "trained" them. They "learned." What did they learn? That humans are a source of FREE FOOD. My buddies and I had spent a day hiking. We got to our campsite, a big flat meadow. About an hour after setting up camp, the deer slowly showed up. They were just standing around, literally, staring at us. They'd been fed enough by people, they "learned" that if you show up next to a human, you'd get free food. On the other hand, I've seen plenty of deer way up in the Sierras, where few people go. So not nearly enough people feed the deer to "train them." When you see a deer up there, you freeze. One quick move and they'll bolt. Now, you couldn't really train an animal enough to make it a pet. But most animals DO have "learning capability." They do something, get a good result, and they remember that. Sort of. It takes a few iterations before they make the connection, but it happens plenty often enough. Humans are a bit different. We have language and memories. Sure, we can also be subconsciously "trained." Most of the time we call this "picking up bad habits." But our self awareness allows us to CHOOSE what habits or skills we can learn. This may be the reason we developed self awareness to go along with our language and memory. We can learn from other people, even if we don't see what they did. They do something, show us the results and tell us HOW they got those results. Those words go into our brains. We now know HOW to "teach ourselves" how to do what they did, so we can get what they got. But we can do even better. Somebody can literally MAKE UP a story. And even though we KNOW that story is made up, that will still MOTIVATE us to get close. Some guy makes up a story about a young hunter who destroys a big evil monster. So we can apply the STRUCTURE of that story to anything we want that isn't easy. Consider this the driving force of all human achievement. People DREAMING about doing things nobody has ever done before. To get the massive rewards nobody has ever gotten before. In a way that nobody has ever experienced before. This ambition-dreaming mind is your greatest asset. Wake it up, strengthen it, leverage it. And follow it to GREATNESS. Get Started: https://mindpersuasion.com/ambition-generator/
  18. Angels and Bus Stops: https://mindpersuasion.com/angels-and-bus-stops/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov05Loop.mp4
  19. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept23Post.mp4 Bees and humans are a lot alike. From a basic structural, get some food level. Bees go out looking for food. They all go off in a different direction. They come back and report their findings. How they do this is pretty cool. They do a little figure 8 dance. The size of the 8 is based on the amount of food they found. The angle is based on the direction and the distance. So they all come back, take turns dancing, and all follow the guy with the biggest figure 8. Humans are the same. But with ONE very critical difference. We come back, from the hunt, and we DESCRIBE what happened. We have memories of what happened. We describe those memories with words. And those words create similar memories in others. We can transmit memories from our brains into other brains. So all it takes is ONE GUY to accidentally figure how to do something better, and that new skill is now implanted into EVERYBODY'S brain. Each person can then go out, and using that memory as a guide, try and reproduce what the previous guy did. Without needing to have seen him. This is, essentially, the one trait that made us the apex predators of Earth. All the other stuff we do wouldn't matter nearly as much. Opposable thumbs, use of tools, even our ability to live in plenty of environments due to the sexual division of labor. None of that would have mattered if we were stuck in the "learn only by watching" model that all other animals have. This is, metaphorically, a collective memory. A "hive mind." So long as a tribe of people can replicate themselves, this "collective memory" can store thousands of years of information. Then once they invented writing, this made it much, much more powerful. Greek guys come up with philosophy, mathematics, geometry, and so long as they wrote it down, this knowledge could be passed on. This what led to the enlightenment, and the scientific revolution. Both the discovery of these ancient Greek ideas, AND the printing press. This meant the "hive mind" went form a small tribe of primitive humans to the ENTIRE PLANET. From an anthropology standpoint, this is pretty amazing. That these weird monkey-people could not only evolve self awareness, but could create this MASSIVE hive mind collection of data. That KEEPS getting bigger. From a personal standpoint, this CAN make a huge difference. We come into this world with an infinite learning capacity. We have the SAME BRAINS we had thousands of years ago. These SAME BRAINS will be learning things IN a thousand years that we can't even imagine today. But what about YOUR brain? Will you be content, like most people, to use it passively? To let video games, social media and other people's ideas do your thinking for you? Or will you take advantage of your GENIUS brain, and build it up so strongly you can do things you never thought possible? Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/mental-strength/
  20. Angry Gorilla Equations: https://mindpersuasion.com/angry-gorilla-equations/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept22Loop.mp4
  21. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July15Post.mp4 One way that humans transfer skills from one brain to another is through modeling. Unconscious copying. This can happen purely unconsciously, when kids copy things from adults. Or when teenagers pick up "bad" behaviors from the "wrong" crowd. Or partially consciously, partially unconsciously, in the case of the master-apprentice relationship. Or fully consciously, when we practice something from a teacher or a coach, but with our full conscious attention. Natural, instinctive life skills are mostly unconscious. Walking, talking, learning basic skills. Complex mind-body skills generally are the master-apprentice part. Mostly mental skills, like algebra, are mostly conscious. We watch the teacher solve and equation on the board, and unconsciously copying that isn't so easy. We have to practice a lot. Consider that this is ONE reason we have self awareness. So we could have different levels of learning. But the best kind of modeling is when you model your future self. If you imagine you have a skill, in the future. And you try to practice to get closer to that future you with the future skill. And along the way, your brain will give you plenty of advice on how to get there the quickest. It's tempting to expect or hope this will be easy. Like if you ask a stranger on the street where the nearest Taco Bell is. He gives you the directions, and you visualize going there, consciously or unconsciously. That is pretty easy. But going into the unknown future, even if you have a very clear endpoint, means the path is going to be unknown. Walking on some named streets is easy. But learning skills you've never experienced before, isn't. This is why many people give up easily. They imagine having a skill. They imagine the benefits from this skill. They try to go from where they are, to where they want to be. But unlike walking to Taco Bell, there will be obstacles. Things they didn't expect. Things that take a little bit of brainpower. Most people HATE obstacles. They spend all their brain energy WISHING those obstacles weren't there. Complaining that those obstacles are there. Even creating a complex idea that those obstacles were put there on purpose. That's fine. Let those people think that. Why? Because those obstacles are not mere roadblocks. They are very, very important things. One is they are mental teaching tools. Your brains way of looking ahead, and giving you skill learning exercises. Because once you get PAST those obstacles, you'll have a lot more experience in your brain. Which will make it MORE likely to get closer to the target. But even better, those obstacles work as FILTERS. Every one you pass separates people like you from the lazy people who expect things easy. Which means the more obstacles you hack your way through, the less competition you'll have. For ALL the good things in life. Money, love, romance, status, sex, and whatever else you want. Get Going: https://mindpersuasion.com/obstacle-obliteration/
  22. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr23Post.mp4 One very common, and very dangerous fallacy is the "set and forget" idea. This is possible in some areas, but not others. For example, you learn to tie your shoes and you're done. A few rounds of trial and error, figure it out and you're good. Riding a bike, driving a car, making a peanut butter sandwich. All these are skill that are EASY to put into the level of unconscious competence. But many other skills are not so easy. Cooking, for example, you can continue to learn as long as you live. There are nearly infinite dishes you can make. Each one will have it's own learning curve. Music is similar. Compared to learning how to make a sandwich, it takes much longer to learn to read music and play competently. This is just the beginning. Once you can recognize the squiggly lines on the paper, and match it to the sounds and rhythm on the piano, it's just the beginning. Every new piece of music will have it's own learning curve. What does cooking and playing the piano have in common? It's YOU and the stuff you are operating on. There is ZERO possibility that you can have "set and forget" cooking skills. Where you don't ever want to LEARN MORE. If cooking is a hobby, you will always want to learn more. If playing any kind of instrument is a hobby, you will always want to learn more. Even exercise is the same. You will NEVER get to the point where you are in shape, and think you're done. Even the idea is too silly to talk about. Of getting to a certain "point" of being in shape, and having that being a PERMANENT condition. Where you NEVER need to exercise again. All three of these things, cooking, music, athletics, is ONLY you. You and some equipment, or raw materials. This is why the next level of "set and forget" is about a billion times more silly and ridiculous. Any kind of interactivity with other humans will ALWAYS require learning. Real learning, (not memorizing a bunch of stuff) REQUIRES feedback. Even relationships between masters and apprentices were YEARS. A young kid learning from a blacksmith. All learning requires trial and error. Trial and error REQUIRES error. Error IS, by definition, failure. Because most humans are TERRIFIED of failure, we LOVE the idea of set and forget learning. But that's good. Why? Because if you can embrace learning, slow, continuous, life long learning, you will gain and advantage over many of the scared and lazy people today. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/pre-framing/
  23. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr12Post.mp4 You'll find feedback loops everywhere. Most of them are hard to predict. More of a general structure. The bigger the system is, the harder it is to predict. Like weather patterns, for example. A huge system with inter-dependent variables. One gigantic feedback system. Impossible to predict. This is why they can only give percentages when talking about rain. But from inside your own head? It's easy. Since you don't NEED to predict anything. You just need to have a direction. Not even a clear destination, only a direction. For example, imagine you have a phone sales job. You call warm leads, and try to sell them a product. There is no possible way you can possibly know BEFOREHAND what particular strategies will work, and which won't. But so long as you a DIRECTIONAL goal, each interaction will help you get there. For phone sales, the directional goal would be more conversations. 1% one week. 2% the next week. 4% the next week. This is, in a nutshell, the reason why HUMANS took over the planet. We had a CONSCIOUS idea of what we wanted. More food, more safety, more sex. And as we kept trying to get those things, we developed a long memory. A memory of what worked, and a memory of what didn't. One way to look at our self awareness is as a SELF COACHING system. A way to keep practicing until you develop new skills to the point of unconscious competence. Or NEW instincts. So long as you spend just a little bit of time practicing every day, you'll continue to get better. Nowadays, people have a LOT of downtime. Most of them are spending it watching Netflix or whatever else is on TV. But what happens if you spend just a LITTLE bit of time increasing your skills? Or learning new skills? Another reason why have such big brains is that's essentially what we did. Back in the old days when all we had was stories to tell, to listen to, or stare into the fire. What did we do when we stared into the fire? We kept playing and re-playing the previous events over and over and over. Thinking of ways we COULD have done things differently. Trying to use our fast growing brains to IMAGINE doing things differently. Of mentally practicing those things until we woke up the next day, and got back in the game. Those that were the MOST successful at this ended up conquering the entire earth. Today is no different. Learn skills. Practice skills. Mentally rehearse for when you get back in the game. And CONQUER the Earth. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/storytelling-magic/
  24. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan21Post.mp4 Way back during the middle ages, there was a lot of new ideas popping up all over the place. One of the main events was the creation of a Christian religion besides the Catholic church. The philosophical differences between the various Christian churches are pretty interesting and very dense. The Catholic Church, was suddenly in a bad way. Up until the protestant reformation, they had TONS of power. Each European country had their own king or ruling system. But so long as they were all Catholic (or back then Christian) they Pope and his Bishops had the final say. Once the protestants came along, this all changed. Structurally, this is like one company that has a monopoly, and gets lazy. Then a startup comes along and changes everything. The protestants were the startup. The Catholics responded by creating the Jesuits. The Jesuits were like secret agents for the Church. Their job was to travel around the world, and try to gain as many converts as possible. They quickly learned something very interesting. That convincing adults of a new religion is very difficult. Kids? Very, very easy. These Jesuits had a saying: "Give me a child at birth and I'll make him a soldier of Christ by seven." Turns out this really doesn't have anything to do with Jesus. It has everything to do with how our minds are configured when we are born. We have a bunch of very basic wiring in our brains. As we go from 0 to 7, a lot of this wiring is finished. Once it's finished, it's pretty much set. This is why whatever religion you learn as a child is hard to change. This is why all kids learn language unconsciously as kids, but learning a foreign language is not so automatic when you grow up. But since there are plenty of people who speak more than one language, it's not impossible. Not by a long shot. And there are also a ton of people who switch religions when they grow up. Or get stronger or weaker in their religion of upbringing. Between 0 and 7 our little brains are like unconscious sponges. As adults, they are still sponges, but it takes a bit of conscious effort. Learning a second language will give you a ton of benefits. If you are in any kind of business with international customers, knowing more than one language will make you worth a lot more to your company. But there is another second language that few people know about. One that is very secret, kind of like being a secret agent. On the surface, it sounds very much like English. But deeper, on an unconscious level, it is EXTREMELY powerful. You can covertly embed ideas into people's minds. Ideas, desires, whatever you want. This is the language of covert hypnosis. You can speak it, and you can write it. Speaking is hard. Writing? Not so much. Write hypnotically and trance out your readers all over the world. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotic-copywriting/
  25. Between Two Hallucinations: https://mindpersuasion.com/between-two-hallucinations/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/between-two-hallucinations https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec19Loop.mp4
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