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https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun19Post.mp4 You don't have to look very far to find that modern dating is a raging dumpster fire. There are plenty of related problems in modern society. Crappy diets, crappy TV, short attention spans. One thing that is kind of new (relatively speaking) is the idea of binge watching. This wasn't a thing a five or ten years ago. When a new TV show is released, it's common to for folks to watch it ALL in one weekend. Imagine if you were a master chef. And you prided yourself in your culinary creations. So you got hired in a brand new restaurant downtown. It was your first night, so you wanted to impress. You showed up in the kitchen early. Spent all day crafting the perfect meal. Complete with the perfect appetizer, the perfect entree, and the perfect dessert. You were told a very important customer was coming in. You were nervous, but you were ready. But then he said he wanted everything at ONCE. Appetizer, entree, dessert, AND three full glasses of wine. Curious, you peeked out into the dining room. And the dude absolutely INHALED everything at once. In less than a minute. How would you feel? This is our modern society. We want everything, and we want it NOW. If you want to play this game, it is VERY CROWDED. Especially in the social scene. Everybody gives everybody else about THREE SECONDS to pass muster. But guess what? Our ancient instincts are still the same. Which means you can clean up. By playing the long game. And compared to the modern attention span, playing long game is pretty easy. For example, consider how the average woman experiences the average guy. Especially if she's somewhat attractive, articulate, and intelligent. Her experience of most dudes are that they are DESPERATE and NEEDY. As soon as they start talking to her, they try to impress and close. In fact, this is what many PUA gurus teach. Approach, demonstrate value, amplify, close, etc. But what happens if you try a different approach? To approach, create massive happiness, and then LEAVE? Wait, what? Why leave? Take a moment and think of the long game this will have on your confidence. If you follow that simple strategy, of creating good feelings, and the leaving, what will happen? You will have a long memory that people, IN GENERAL, very much like you. That people very much enjoy you. That people very much WANT YOU to hang around. This will change your frame. This will change your subconscious, non-verbal behavior. And this will make you MUCH more attractive. So much that people will begin closing YOU. So much that people will begin CHASING you. Play the long game, and win. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/charming-personality/
https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/May09Post.mp4 There are a lot of cool optical illusions. There's a guy in Japan who makes these very cool, 3D illusions. Not pretend 3D. But real physical objects. Where depending on where you look, the object looks completely different. There's a few paintings that look 2D, but they are really 3D. From a distance, it looks like a regular painting. But it's really a bunch of shallow "sticks." Long square rods with an edge pointing straight out. So from one side, it looks like one thing. But if you slowly walk across the front, to the other side, it slowly morphs into something else. All this is based on how our eyes are designed. One theory is that one of the reasons our brains are so big is it requires a lot of processing power to see so much visual detail. And since our brain is very expensive, it needs whatever shortcuts it can find. This is why visual illusions are so cool. Our brain fills in a lot of the blanks. For example, if we are in a familiar location, most of the stuff we "see" is really internally generated. Kind of like a brain cache, similar to your browser cache. When you visit the same websites over and over, your browser doesn't download the images every time. It stores them locally. Similarly, your brain "knows" when you are around familiar places, and generates most of what you see from memory. This is much less brain-processor dependent that perceiving all that stuff "out there." One of the biggest problems of modern society is that we have a smaller and smaller attention span. One way they can measure this is how many cuts a movie has. High intensity, fast paced action movies like the latest Mad Max movie has a cut every couple seconds. Our brains are so lazy, that movies that DON'T have a lot of cuts cause a lot of deep anxiety. Like a recent movie, "1917," has plenty of VERY LONG shots. Some people simply can't handle that. Which means they don't have access to the MASSIVE amount of data that is out there. It's very easy to wander through life, letting other people, other entities, your device, etc., do all your thinking for you. So long as you have enough food, and you have enough interesting and entertaining data hitting your senses, you'll be a happy human. You won't have to do much thinking. On the other hand, if you train your brain to THINK and to see beyond the obvious, you can discover something wonderful. What, specifically? That's the whole point. There is SO MUCH stuff that most people will never see, that you can calibrate your brain, your eyes, and your subconscious to see TREASURE. Whatever kind of treasure you want. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/luck-activator/