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  1. I remember my very first “burning desire.” I wanted to buy this electronic kit from Radio Shack. But I didn’t have any money, and my parents wouldn't give me any. And if I saved up my allowance, it would take several weeks. I didn't want to wait. So I got busy, and eventually got it. Napoleon Hill talked about the burning desire. Unfortunately, many people misunderstand a lot of Hill’s work. His book, “Think and Grow Rich,” is unlike most books on money. Most books on money are filled with esoteric nonsense. And nearly all of them promise some kind of magic shortcuts. You can get all kinds of money and fame and success WITHOUT doing any work. If you only “believe” enough, a bag of money will fall out of the sky and land in your lap. But Hill reverse engineered all the people that built huge financial empires. And they did so without sitting around and chanting some goofy affirmations. They did it throughout the course of their lives. Essentially, “Think and Grow Rich,” was Hill’s way of describing their money making traits. The most powerful was the idea of the “burning desire.” The burning desire MUST BE stronger than any effort that will be required to create your fortune. Imagine a monkey sitting at the base of a tree. He’s hungry, and there’s a banana up the tree. Climbing up the tree to get the banana will cost him 200 calories. If the strength of his burning desire is GREATER than 200 calories, he’ll get the banana. If he only has a burning desire of 150 calories, then he’ll just keep staring at the banana. Maybe he’ll try some magic law-of-banana chants that will allegedly manifest a magic banana from the tree to his hand. And that poor monkey might believe in magic SO MUCH than he expends more than 200 calories of magic banana chanting. But it still won't get the banana. The only thing that will get the banana is if he gets up off his monkey behind and climbs up the tree. The same goes with humans and fortunes. You need a burning desire. And you need to use that burning desire to PROPEL you through the RIGHT ACTION to get whatever it is you want. This isn’t easy. Which is why most people will STAY broke. Harsh, but true. On the other hand, once you get going, and get some momentum, you can’t even consider living another way. The other big idea in “Think and Grow Rich” is that thoughts are things. Every single thing that exists today was once a thought in somebody’s brain. And through action, powered by burning desire, those thoughts turned into things. Do that and get paid. A LOT. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/money-instinct/
  2. They call economics the dismal science for a reason. It forces us to ditch magical thinking. It is possible to succeed with magical thinking, but it also requires you be incredibly lucky. This is the drawback with studying how to succeed from successful people. The truth of most success is that it’s MOSTLY unconscious. People show up with a collection of skills. And they show up with those collection of raw skills at the right time. And they succeed wildly. But then when they try to explain WHY they succeeded, they necessarily miss a lot of information. Even worse is when they attribute their success to some magical laws. Think about if from their perspective. Imagine if you show up on planet earth with plenty of raw talent, and very decent looks. You become successful. Later in life, people ask HOW you become so successful. Which explanation do you think you’d rather use? A) There is a magic law of success I was able to discover and resonate with. Dude, I have ZERO idea! Just lucky, I guess! One, (A), keeps people focused on you. The other, (B), makes people NOT focus on you. Even get ANGRY at you for being lucky. This isn’t easy to hear. But since the sun comes up every morning, and if you toss a ball in the air a million times, it’s going to come back down a million times, we have to accept that we live in a universe that is governed by LAWS. Not goofy and untestable laws like “If you believe it, you’ll achieve it!” But measurable and testable laws. Like laws of money. What are the laws of money? If you provide genuine value to somebody else, based on THEIR subjective value system, they will HAPPILY pay you. Some people are indeed lucky. They don’t need to try hard to provide value to others. They just do what comes natural. But they are STILL getting paid due to the laws of money. They ARE providing value to others, based on those others’ subjective values. Just because the lucky ones don’t understand that, it doesn’t mean it’s magic. Once upon a time, people thought negative numbers were proof of witchcraft or voodoo. Not understanding something does make it magic. It just means you don’t understand. And if you DO understand it, you can leverage it. Lucky for us, the laws of money are written into our DNA. Contrary to what the goofs who run the world tell us, money is NOT something that the “authorities” need to create. Because every single time you get enough people together, they will INVENT a form of money. And every time a society has invented a basic form of money, technology always takes off. Money is an instinct. Wake it up, and get some. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/money-instinct/
  3. When I was a little kid, I used to love magic tricks. Especially the cheesy kind you’d buy from the back of comic books. My favorite was a magic money machine. You put a dollar bill in one side, and rolled it in, and a $5 bill would come out the other side. Of course, you had to pre-load it with the $5. The dollar would roll up and in, the $5 would roll out. If you showed it to somebody for the first time, it would look pretty cool. But once you figured out the trick, it wouldn’t work any more. Another trick was a deck of cards, but they were all the same card. No matter what card they picked, it was always the 3 of hearts. So long as you had a new audience, and you could be creative, you could have a lot of fun. But as soon as anybody wanted to check the deck, the jig was up. A lot of people believe EVERYTHING is a trick like this. There’s a lot of reason why many things are purposely presented like this. As secret tricks. Once I bought a mail order course. A GUARANTEED system that would make money at the track. Of course, “guarantee” meant that if it didn’t work, they GUARANTEED they’d give you more money back. But this required you show PROOF that you tried it and it didn’t work. This was all in the fine print. This type of “guarantee” coupled with the sales letter made it seem pretty legitimate. But the “catch” was that in order to “try it” you had to use some VERY ADVANCED mathematics. Therein lied the con. Since the math required to use the system was SO complicated, NOBODY would be able to figure it out. And NOBODY would be able to qualify for the “guarantee.” The real “secret” is there IS NO SECRET. It’s all out in the open. If there really WAS some kind of secret, and it was something everybody could learn and do, it wouldn’t be secret. The whole idea of a “secret” is a con itself. If everybody believes there is a “secret” everybody will keep looking for a “secret.” But when it comes to making money, you already have everything you need. Because making money is based on human instincts. Since money exists EVERYWHERE, and has existed everywhere, it MUST BE due to something inherent to human nature. It is a collection of instincts and skills. The more you practice, the better you’ll get. Get Started: http://mindpersuasion.com/money-instinct/
  4. There’s a lot of things that we depend on that doesn’t really exist. In fact, most things don’t really exist. Actually, NOTHING exists. Now, before you think I’ve gone off the deep end, let me explain. There’s the famous Einstein equation that says E=mc^2. We know this isn’t just a theory. This is the physics behind atom bombs and nuclear energy. Matter and energy is really the same stuff. But it turns out that “matter” isn’t really a “thing.” It’s really only a metaphor. Most people know about molecules and atoms. And many people know that atoms are made of protons, neutrons and electrons. And many people know that most of the “mass” in the atoms are from the neutrons and protons, since electrons are pretty light. (Silly Joke: A photon checked into a hotel. The desk clerk asked if he had any bags. The photon said, “No, I’m traveling light.”) But here’s the thing. Neutrons and protons are made up of these things called “quarks.” And quarks are almost PURE energy. They are sort of “trapped” inside the proton or neutron (both called nucleons) and are vibrating at such a high frequency, that nearly ALL of what they are is made up by energy. Even Schroedinger, the guy who came up with the “probability wave function” theory about matter, said that everything really IS (not metaphorically) various manifestations of energy waves. Schroedinger is the guy who came up with the cat in a box metaphor. It could be dead it could be alive. Until you open it, it’s both. But once you open it, you force it to be one or another. According to him, all matter exists as probability functions. As POTENTIAL. But beyond the squishy construction of reality, our language is filled with metaphors. Things that don’t really exist, but we act as if they do. Like we describe the process of “falling in love.” What is that noun, “love?” It’s a feeling. It’s a collection of hormones. It’s an instinct that is responsible for making sure humans couples stayed together long enough for junior to grow up and fend for himself. But all of these are metaphors as well. As a “thing” it doesn’t really exist. But we talk about it as if it does. Moreover, we talk about it as if it were a CONTAINER. Something we are IN. Love is one of the most POWERFUL metaphors we use. Another is MONEY. Most people don’t like talking about it. But look back through human history, and you’ll find it everywhere. The larger and more complex any society is, the MORE of this “money-energy” is flowing EVERYWHERE. The more primitive it is, the less there is. You may say that LOVE is a necessary binding force that keeps families together. And MONEY is a necessary binding force that keeps societies together. Get Some: http://mindpersuasion.com/money-instinct/
  5. Our brains can sometimes make things too complicated. Being our best feature, our brains, and everything it can do, has made us humans the (currently) top dogs on Earth. Why, specifically, is something that is open for discussion. Some argue it’s our use of language. Or our use of tools. Or our ability to think consciously. One interesting theory says that the long road to conscious thought began WAY back when the first creatures crawled out of the water. See, in the water, you can’t see very far ahead. So you never really need to think about what’s coming up. So any animal that lives in the sea only needs to react. But once they got up on land, they could see a lot further. Which meant they could see what was coming a lot sooner before it got there. That gave those early creatures a lot of time to “think about” a proper response. And from that window of time eventually arose human consciousness. And along with it our big brains. But all that stuff happened a LONG time ago. Most of our recent inventions have only been in the past couple hundred years. Beyond two or three hundred years ago, life was as it had been. And going back only 10,000 years, a BLINK as far as all life, we were pretty much the same as we were way back when we were lower primates. Sure, we could talk and think and make up stories about characters up in the sky, but what made us SUDDENLY leap forward? First farming, and then large cities, and recently everything else? The main thing was that GROUPS started inventing things. One “characteristic” of all these inventions was they were made for the MASSES. Meaning guys like Edison, Ford, Gates, they invented stuff, but up until very recently, all inventions were PERSONAL. People would make stuff they could use themselves. Only in the past few hundred years have people been making stuff to be used by the MASSES. Why? Are they super generous? Are they benevolent? Angels secretly pretending to be humans? Nope. There is ONE reason and ONE reason only those inventors have schemed their ENTIRE LIVES to invent things to be used by the masses. (OK, maybe not the ONLY reason but the MAIN reason...) They wanted to get PAID. Their thinking was simple. “If could create something a million people would be willing to pay a couple of dollars for, I could get rich!” This is the ONE THING that is responsible for all this stuff. None of the inventions we enjoy, depend on and take for granted today would be possible it. What is “it”? Money. Get Some: http://mindpersuasion.com/money-instinct/
  6. The long game is an idea is extremely valuable. All failures can be framed in terms of long game failure. Anybody can play the short game. Only looking ahead a move or two. Few people can play the long game. Especially if it involves any short term discomfort. There’s a parable about an ancient Chinese kung fu master. He was strolling down the street, and some young punks accosted him. They many, and they challenged him to a fight. He didn’t feel like fighting. They said the only way to avoid fighting was to crawl on the ground through their legs. He thought about it, and decided to crawl through their legs. Another parable has a valuable advisor to an ancient Chinese emperor. Loyal all the way. Even as the emperor became corrupt and evil. Everybody thought the loyal assistant, being an honest man, was the only hope for society. But so far, he kept helping the evil emperor become more evil. Until one day, the evil emperor had all his evil conspirators in one place. Including the loyal helper. The loyal helper seized the opportunity, and killed them all. The more of the story is twofold. One is that waiting for the right moment is JUST as important as being able to perform at that right moment. But the second moral is much more important. And that’s the both characters (the crawling kung fu guy and the loyal assistant) are the same person. One person who is capable of playing the long game. Waiting patiently for the right moment, and when the right moment comes, leaping into action and killing everybody. That very same dude is capable of crawling on the ground when he’d rather show up on time and not out of breath and covered in other people’s blood. Playing the long game requires looking WAY into the future. And planing TODAY’S actions based on how they’ll resonate years from now. Most people can’t do this. Most people can’t plan past the next couple hours. But if you were to look at all the skills required for building big empires, long game would be one of the most important one. Luckily, this is a skill that can be practiced. No matter what level you are today, you can significantly increase your skills at the long game. And all the benefits that come with it. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/money-instinct/
  7. Vampires are an interesting metaphor. Mythical creatures that live off human blood. Vampire bats do the same thing. So do plenty of parasites. From a pure energy standpoint, you could do a lot worse than having blood as your main source of food. Blood has plenty of nutrients. One of the richest fictional characters is a vampire. The richest is Scrooge McDuck. The second richest is that vampire family from the Twilight books. The vampires are rich because of compound interest. This why pretty much all vampires are also wealthy. If you lived for a couple hundred years, you’d be rich too. All you would need to do is live SLIGHTLY beneath your means for a hundred years or so, and let the compound interest pile up. So if you DID become a vampire, you’d have to work a crappy job for a while (hundred years or so) while compound interest worked in your favor. Once you’d accumulated your billions, then you could wreak havoc on humans. Interestingly enough, vampire bats also have very basic credit system. Sometimes they go out hunting and come back with a belly full of blood. Sometimes they don’t get squat. But the successful ones “loan” money to the unsuccessful ones. And everybody remembers who owes whom. If they same dude keeps borrowing blood, and never pays it back, nobody will lend to him. Monkeys do this also when they groom each other. They remember who helped whom, and who owes whom. In modern society, a common metaphor for central bankers are vampires. Or “vampire squid” to be specific. This goes WAY back to the beginning of the Federal Reserve in 1913. Now, why would they call central bankers vampires? Money is the lifeblood of society. Just like blood is the lifeblood of humans. Vampires sneak in at night and steal our blood. Central bankers pretty much do the same thing. Slowly suck the blood-money out of society. What does it all mean? Money is important. In every way imaginable. One of the biggest cons the elites have consistently propagated over the centuries, from all the way back to the Roman Empire, is the idea that money is bad, or evil. This is another reason why money is purposely NOT taught in school. It’s something you have to learn about on your own. But the real secret is that money is SIMPLE. It’s an instinct. And when you understand it, and re-calibrate your money instinct for modern times, you’ll see why. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/money-instinct/
  8. They say that ignorance is bliss. And like many sayings that we’ve all heard a kajillion times, they are very, very true. I remember my very first paycheck. In high school I got a job working at a movie theater. One of the best jobs I’d ever had. Relaxed environment, lots of high school kids. Where I met a lot of friends I still have today. Even my first girlfriend. But my first paycheck was a shock. I calculated how much I was going to get. Hours times dollars per hour. Nobody told me a bunch of it would be swiped off the top. That was my first monetary shock. That when you say you get X dollars per hour, that’s not what they mean. What they REALLY mean is both You AND the government get X dollars per hour. And they figure the split without consulting you. There are plenty of harsh truths about money. Many of them are very, very old. They’ve been around for a LONG time. Some of them are surprisingly similar from culture to culture. Mainly, the idea that “making money” is bad. This idea pops up in the Roman Empire as well as Feudal Japan. Of course, this idea is usually cooked up by the people in charge who already HAVE all the money. The idea of money is very confusing. Both from a belief standpoint, and from an economic standpoint. Something as important as compound interest is usually kept from us until it’s too late. Until we got TONS of credit card debt. At the same time, Einstein called compound interest the eighth wonder of the world. If you can use it to your advantage, you can get filthy rich. But on a much deeper level, there are instincts regarding money. Instincts involving the time value of trading. Even lower animals have these ideas. Of borrowing something now, and paying it back later. How can something so natural and instinctive cause so much confusion and anxiety? It’s as if the rules of the game are PURPOSELY kept from us. If you don’t know the rules, it’s hard to play, let alone win. Luckily, even though the rules will NEVER be taught in school, they are very simple to understand. Since they are based on ancient human instincts. Which means once you understand and awaken those ancient instincts, you can get in the game. And not just play, but play to win. And enjoy yourself. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/money-instinct/
  9. One of the most confusing subjects is money. Talk to ten different people, and you’ll get ten different ideas about money. Most people that have “enough” money, would like a little bit more. Many people also have an idea that beyond a certain amount of money, wanting more is somehow wrong. But the idea of money is very subjective. We all have ideas about money crammed into our heads before we even learn to speak. We were surrounded by adults who talk about money. Even though we didn’t know what it is (since we didn’t know how to talk yet) it’s something “bad.” It causes anxiety, fights between the grownups, and at the same time, there is never enough. You probably have plenty of vague early memories of wanting something, asking mom or dad, and being told that there’s not enough money. But even deeper, that answer, “sorry, we don’t have enough money,” wasn’t delivered in an honest way. Most adults, when their children ask for something that they can’t afford, feel upset. So when they say, “Sorry, we don’t have enough money” part of that is delivered as if the child is wrong simply for asking. Consequently, we all grow up feeling GUILTY for even wanting more money. So when we hear others talking about money as if it’s GOOD, part of us feels uncomfortable. Because we have deep memories of anxiety and guilt simply for asking for things that the adults didn’t have money to provide. Add on to the idea that the super rich people want to STAY super rich, and a fantastic way to do that is to MAKE SURE everybody believes money is somehow “wrong,” and you’ve got a perfect recipe. A recipe for some MASSIVELY messed up money beliefs and ideas. Most people couldn’t even describe accurately where money “comes from.” When we are kids, we think it comes from grownups. When we are grownups, most of us think it comes from the government. But in reality, money is an INSTINCT. It’s something that pops up in every society. Even in places where there is no legal money, people will use SOMETHING. Watch little kids trading things like Pokemon cards. This is a PERFECT example of the money instinct. This instinct, however, was calibrated in a much different environment. But like any piece of equipment that is OUT of calibration, all you need to do is re-calibrate it, and it’ll work fine. So if you re-calibrate your money instinct, your money instinct will work fine. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/money-instinct/
  10. https://mindpersuasion.com/subconscious-sexual-energy/
  11. There are two kinds of fear. Real and imaginary. Once upon a time, we only had real fears. Tigers, other people, dangerous terrain, etc. And through the long slow grinding path of evolution, we humans developed a pretty good strategy for dealing with fear. Better safe than sorry. Meaning if something was even potentially dangerous, it made sense to run first and ask questions later. This was balanced by our never ending need for food. So on one side, we were being driven forward by our instinctive need for food. On the other side, we were being driven back by our instinctive fears. Two things are very different today than they were before. One, getting most of our needs met is not so difficult. Food is everywhere. It's rarely, if ever, dangerous to get something to eat. Second, most fears we experience are social fears. Not real fear. Unfortunately, our social fears don't have a natural counterbalance. So the same strategy doesn't work so much. Kind of like our hunger instinct. Way back in the day, it made sense to ALWAYS be hungry. And to ALWAYS eat as much as we can, whenever we can. Because those opportunities to gorge ourselves were few and far between. Today, you combine our never ending hunger with the ease of food access, and you get a planet of overweight people. It's kind of the opposite of social fears. Losing weight is easy, in theory. You just recognize your hunger, but don't obey it. Obey your rational, conscious mind instead. Eat a couple thousand calories a day, and call it good. Obviously, this is WAY easier said than done. The same goes with social fears. Logically, rationally, there is NO REASON to be afraid of talking to strangers. Or speaking in public. Or trying new things. But just as it's hard to NOT EAT when you're sitting in front of an all-you-can-eat-buffet and you're starving (and all your friends are eating), it's just as hard to ACT when your brain is screaming at you not to. Which is why those that CAN do things like speak in public will tend to make a lot more money than those who can't. It's the ONE THING that doesn't require intelligence, or upbringing, or a STEM degree (or any degree) or any specialized knowledge. Just the desire and the persistence to practice. And if you add some hypnotic language patterns into the mix, you'll be in a very elite group of people. Capable of doing things few people even know exist. It's not easy to start, but there are plenty of ways to ease into it. All can be done safely, on your own, so nobody knows but you. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/public-speaking-hypnosis/
  12. Many things look different based on the time frame. For example, sleeping in late feels fantastic. In the short term, that is. If you slept in every day, it would add up to the opposite. Things that feel good in the short term tend to do that. On the other hand, things that aren't so fun in the short term can build up to some fantastic results in the long term. Getting up early and doing calisthenics every morning isn't fun. Not by a long shot. But being healthy is a great asset. Living longer is a great asset. Having lower blood pressure and all the other measures of health is a great asset. They say that short term pain leads to long term gain. And short term gain leads to long term pain. Many people are attracted to sales, but run away when they get rejected a few times. Public speaking, on the other hand, is something that seems WAY more scary. People that can sell products all day long to individuals are terrified of public speaking. But in the long run, face to faces sales is MUCH more difficult than public speaking. Or even selling from the stage. They say that selling from the stage is the holy grail of persuasion. That if you can get up, give a speech and crate a buying frenzy, you can write your own ticket. Work a few hours a month and make millions. But this has got to be a million times more difficult than face to face sales, right? In the short term, yeah. But in the long term? Selling from the stage might be the EASIEST six or seven figure job on Earth. Why? If you sell face to face, every single person would be slightly different. You'd get the same objections over and over. But if you could write a very effective speech, one that created a buying frenzy in your audience (or any kind of frenzy), then you're done. Done? Yep. Just show up, give the SAME SPEECH over and over and collect you money. The cool thing is you don't even need to actually speak in public. Videos are just as effective. And even if you don't want to sell stuff, you can be VERY persuasive when you learn the basic structure of giving hypnotic speeches. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/public-speaking-hypnosis/
  13. http://mindpersuasion.com/money-instinct/
  14. https://mindpersuasion.com/super-genius-strippers/
  15. Transcripts: https://mindpersuasion.com/money-energy-connection/
  16. https://mindpersuasion.com/personal-money-energy-symbol/
  17. I heard this interesting story on YouTube. A guy who was in prison for some kind of bitcoin scam was talking about the prison money system. Since he had training in economics, that's what he did to pass the time. Study the economic system in prison. They used these foil packets of mackerel for money. (They used to use cigarettes, but those are illegal now). He said there was two kinds of currency. "Eating mackerel" and "money mackerel." If you wanted to buy something, it cost less in terms of "eating mackerel" since it wasn't expired. Once a pack of mackerel became expired, it became "money mackerel." It cost slightly more in "money mackerel." But the reason for the interview (it was a replayed podcast from a money type talk show) was that while the guy was studying the prison money system, the guards found that one prisoner had a TON of mackerel "saved" in his cell. They didn't know how he got it. But they didn't LIKE that he had it. After all, they were the guards, and if any one prisoner gets a bunch of money, that makes the guards seem less powerful. So they took all his "mackerel money" and dumped it in a common area. According to the jailhouse economist, this led to instant hyperinflation. This is what happens you inject a whole bunch of NEW money into an economic system. Same amount of stuff being bought and sold, but with a lot more money, that stuff being bought and sold will go up in price. The story a very interesting microcosm, which can be used to demonstrate a lot of "economic truths." One of which is that humans will ALWAYS find some kind of "trading money." Even when little kids are trading Pokemon cards (or whatever cards they trade). Many times they'll take a card in trade not because they actually want it, but because they know they can trade it for something they DO want later on. All humans have an instinct for sniffing out this "commodity money." This is part of our human nature. To trade what we have for what we want. And to use any kind of money available to facilitate that. If you jumped into a time machine and went ANYWHERE in time, and ANYWHERE on the planet, this is what you'd find. Humans doing whatever they can to GET whatever money that society was using, so they could then GET what they wanted. People have been doing this since the beginning of time, and they will continue to do this until the sun goes out. Learn How: Wealth Tuning
  18. What are humans? Silly question, but it can be helpful. If you had a door stop, for example, and you were trying to use it as a tennis racket, you wouldn't win very many tennis games. Or if you thought a frying pan was really a hat, you may end up in a rubber room and a straightjacket. In understanding what we humans "are," it might be easier to get the best use of these mind-body systems that we're occupying for the time being. So, what are we? If you didn't know what a frying pan was, you could figure out it by watching people use it. Same with a door stop, and tennis racket. So what do we humans DO? One thing we MUST do is consume energy. And to consume energy, we must burn energy. Because we are social creatures, we tend to involve ourselves in ventures with other humans, all for the goal of getting more energy. For most of our history, that energy was pure energy, in the form of food. The work we did was directly related to the energy we got. But that all changed with the minting of the very first coins a few thousand years ago. (Interestingly, two businesses that IMMEDIATELY popped up once coins were invented were casinos and brothels...) Now people could do a whole bunch of DIFFERENT stuff to get coins. And they could spend those coins on a whole bunch of different STUFF. And saved coins represented the same thing as stored body fat. An energy "surplus" that could be used to relax. Bears fatten up before winter instinctively. The more coins we humans save, the more time we can spend NOT WORRYING about coins. However, plenty of people have very negative views about money. Not just money itself, but if we have a negative view of ourselves, it's going to be hard to believe WE can get a lot more money. One way that will help is to see what money REALLY is. As long as you aren't a thief or a central banker, money represents something YOU DID that somebody else VALUED. You used your efforts to create something. Either something directly or with some organization. And whatever you produced was DESIRED by others. So much they VOLUNTARILY paid money for it. The more money you have, the more of these "desires of other people" you have satisfied. Somewhere along the line, somebody came up with the silly idea that "wanting money" is the OPPOSITE of "wanting to help people." When in reality, they are EXACTLY the same thing. Of course, like many ideas, knowing them intellectually is just the start. But when you know these truths about money from EXPERIENCE, you will enjoy EVERHTHING about money. Thinking about it. Figuring out how to get it. And making it. Learn How: Wealth Tuning
  19. Energy has always been a problem for all living creatures. Even small single cells have to worry about the energy they consume, and they energy they spend. Of course, they don't actually "worry." It's more or less programmed into their genetics. The same way a monkey gets a certain feeling when he looks up at a banana. If the banana is worth only 200 calories, but it will take 300 calories to get it, the monkey won't get a good "feeling." He'll get a "that banana is too high" feeling. Humans are more or less the same way. But the difference with us humans is our brains are WAY more complicated. So when we think of getting something, most of the "feelings" we get "either good or bad" are wholly IRRATIONAL. Also, we rarely think in terms of calories. Instead we think in terms of money, which is the same thing, namely stored energy, but in a VERY complex form. So here we are with our complex brains filled with complicated ideas (most of them false) trying to estimate how hard or easy it will be to get some "energy" (in the form of highly complex "money"), and it's no wonder we get confused. We're using a lot of HALLUCINATIONS to think of getting complex money-energy (a hallucination itself) which is represented by PAPER. Even if you REMOVE this "hallucinated money-energy" from the equation, just thinking about interacting with other HALLUCINATING entities (other people) is pretty confusing. Just walking up to somebody with the intention of making them smile and appreciate you is pretty scary for most of us. Luckily, we ALL have an internal "energy" source that can POWER THROUGH most of the junk. Kind of like those guys in those jungle movies use machetes to hack their way through the brush. This energy can act like a LIGHT, a purifying source that will blast away all the false reality that keeps us stuck. Kind of like stumbling around in your garage in the dark, vs. opening up the garage door and letting in the sunlight. When you learn to RADIATE this energy, EVERYTHING will be much simpler, and much easier. Find Out More: Sex Transmutation
  20. All humans are natural entrepreneurs. What does this mean? Every time you think of doing something a little differently, you are using your entrepreneurial mind. Essentially, it's a matter of thinking of what you want, and looking around at your resources, and taking a quick inventory of your skills, and coming up with the most efficient way of making it happen. Often times we do this automatically and instinctively. Like if you're eating dinner with your friends, and you start to clear the table. As you're continuing the conversation, you're walking from the table to the kitchen. When you drop off the dishes into the sink, you're coming back to get more. What's on your mind? Consciously, whatever it is you're talking about. But unconsciously, there's a LOT more going on. You remember where the dishes are in the sink. You take an instant snapshot of the table and calculate the minimum amount of trips while simultaneously minimizing the chance of dropping something. If you have a job that is anything other than following a strict set of steps, you do this all day long. You consider what needs to be done, you figure out the best way to do it that will both maximize output while minimizing input. What's the difference between an entrepreneur who uses her natural ability to just live life, and entrepreneurs to take this skill to the next level, and get paid? It all has to do with the outcome. Clearing dishes, working on an assembly line, delivering packages, these all are pre-set outcomes. More importantly, outcomes that somebody ELSE has chosen. (or the situation, as in the dishes example). Entrepreneurs that get paid create their OWN outcomes. But they solve the SAME set of problems as assembly line workers and package deliverers. The problem is the INFINITE needs of other humans. Figure out way to solve people's problems, and get paid. You can get paid working for somebody else, or working for yourself. Or a combination of both. Just take what you do naturally, and think of different ways to apply it. Learn How: Entrepreneurial Mind
  21. They say you can never step in the same river twice. The water is always flowing. The bottom is always moving, the banks are always shifting. Even the "you" that is stepping in this metaphorical river is never the same. Every time you breathe in and out, you are exchanging molecules of oxygen and carbon dioxide. Every time you eat you are taking the protein from the food and using it to rebuild your body. You might even go so far as to say you can't even think the same thought twice. If you view part of you, the thinking part of you, which is always updating its database based on everything you're always perceiving around you, every time you think a thought, it's from a slightly different viewpoint. Of course, if you do the same things every day, interact with the same people, those thoughts are going to be pretty much the same. But what if you are continuously and PURPOSELY updating your frame of reference? If you're walking a long a flat road, the scenery will only slowly change. But if you're walking up a mountain, every time you stop and take a look, it will look VERY different. The higher up you go, the more you'll be able to see. You'll get a bigger picture of where you were ten minutes ago, vs where you were a couple of hours ago. But if you're walking on a flat road, that difference (ten minutes vs. a couple of hours) won't even be noticeable. The same goes with what you do on a daily basis. How you spend your "free" time. If you just "spend" time, instead of investing time, you won't see much of a difference. But if you invest your time wisely, every time you stop and take a look where you've been (your present location vs. a year or so ago) it will look VERY different. And this is the continuous forward momentum that can add up a HUGE difference over the course of your life. Your mind is your most precious resource. Do you spend time, or do you invest time? Spending time is easy. Anybody can do it. What will you do? Click Here To Learn More
  22. I've been using the Luck Activator for a month or two trying to enhance my luck for winning a local lottery which is held regularly three times a week. I mostly listen to the subliminals at night. At the beginning I listen to each one of the individual subliminal and recently I almost do the master mix. Sometimes I do write the luck journal & miracle questions, as well as visualisations of winning the lottery. I experience a constant increase of luck in all aspects of my life but which I did not intended and visualised much. The Luck Activator actually works out quite well as of other subliminals I've used, such as Da Vinci Brain, natural singer and Limitless. However, I feel that the level of my luck is still inadequate to win a lottery or its second or third prize, as I've never get even the last prize of the lottery, even tho I've been buying lottery tickets regularly. May I have George and all of your suggestions as to how to accelerate and secure the luck in such aspect? Is it that my luck level is simply not enough so that I should continue to listen to the Master Mix for further results? Or should I add anything else such as the so-called paraliminals (paraliminal with video)? I've bought the Lottery Winner and Luck subliminals as well but not used as frequent so.
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    Money smart

    I would love to be money smart . So after a lot of digging asking questions like I am not money smart because I lack present moment awareness. I lack present moment awareness because I'm co dependent... And on it went till I reached a point where the two main crippling beliefs in being money smart is being assertive and I fear to be assertive because of the fear of conflict. How do I reframe this fear of conflict ? People fear to assert themselves because of fear of conflict. Sometimes being assertive then goes too far and instead you become aggressive..which isn't a good thing especially if you want to get your point across in a business discussion. Please help.
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