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  1. Hive Bee Mind https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  2. The Bee Keeper's Dream https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  3. Play The Most Ancient Game: https://mindpersuasion.com/play-the-most-ancient-game/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  4. Bees Flowers Friends Lovers: https://mindpersuasion.com/bees-flowers-friends-lovers/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  5. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct06Post.mp4 Bees are pretty cool. At least when a few hundred are not chasing you and trying to sting you to death. But the way they get food, and share information is fascinating. They all go out in different direction, looking for food. Then they come back and "share" their information. How, specifically, they share this information is the cool part. They all take turns doing a bee "dance." They fly around in a figure eight. Everybody takes turns doing their figure eight dance. The SIZE of that figure eight is related to the AMOUNT of the food they found. So whenever has the largest figure eight, found the most food. But WHERE that food is located is ALSO embedded into the figure eight. The direction (East, West, etc.) AND the distance, are also embedded into the figure eight. Based on the 8's angles. Z axis, Y axis, etc. This, of course, is all programmed into the bees DNA. Since they are insects, it's more or less automatic. Humans, more or less, do the same thing. Except when WE went out hunting, we could remember EVERYTHING. What we caught, how we caught it, all the details. We have language and memory. Not just individual memory, but a COLLECTIVE memory. All it would take is ONE dude to find and kill a never before seen animal. And he could explain exactly where he found it, the type of environment it lives in, the kind of tracks it leaves, the kind of food it likes, AND the best way to sneak up on it and kill it. This would go from HIS brain, to EVERYBODY's brain, through language. Then the next day, everybody could go out and use that memory, based on somebody else's words, and reproduce that same outcome. Of killing that same animal. This is the power of the human brain. We can listen to somebody else's WORDS. Those words will create a visual imagine in our brain. Then later, we can use that visual image as a TEMPLATE. A trial and error ideal outcome. Even better is we can MAKE UP stories and use those as templates. Stories of heroes and monsters and victories. We live, today, in a world FILLED with ideas. Some FANTASTIC, most average, some really, really lame. Your BRAIN can do work wonders with all those ideas. Take all the ideas out floating around. Way back in the day, the "collective memory" was only a couple dozen people. And the only way to add to this collective memory was by talking and listening. Nothing was recorded. Today, the collective memory is BILLIONS of brains. And EVERYTHING is recorded. This means you take any collection of ideas, put them your brain, and mix them together to create something NOBODY has ever seen before. Needless to say, your BRAIN is your best resource. Master THAT part of you, and conquer everything. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/mental-strength/
  6. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug06Post.mp4 There's a really messed up term in biology. Eusociality. Why is it messed up? Well, it isn't really, it's just one way Mother Nature has figured out how to organize people. Well, not people, but certain insects and maybe a few mammals. Like ants, bees, wasps, etc. From an organizational standpoint, it makes for a highly efficient group. Everybody comes pre-programmed with their "life's purpose." For worker ants, for example, their life's purpose is to work. To NEVER get laid. If you are human, and came back as a worker ant that would SUCK. But, the higher up on the food chain you get, the more of an "every man for himself" kind of rule pops up. Like in us humans, at least theoretically. Of course, you'd never get that by looking around today. It's very, very easy to make comparisons to people today and people a few generations ago. People a few generations ago really WORKED for a living. One example from the Great Depression was shown in the movie, "Cinderella Man." True story about a depression era boxer, James J. Braddock, played by Russell Crowe. His family had very little food. So Braddock had to work hard to get money to buy food so his family wouldn't starve. Since he was also trying to be a boxer, he boxed. And he hurt his hand. Back then, the only jobs you could get were as day laborers. So when he hurt his hand, he HID it from the guy choosing the day laborers. If you were the dude hiring the people, and you were paying each one the same, you'd hire the dudes who looked like they were in the BEST shape. Not some guy with a messed up hand. This was human resilience way back in the day. Hiding injuries so you would get hired as a manual laborer. Today our society is much different. We've all grown up under endless promises. Endless reasons why we should feel entitled to get something. But guess what? The same rule applies today as it did a thousand years ago. Or ten thousand years ago. It really IS every man for himself. Or every woman for herself. Sure, if you DO find yourself in a position where you are getting a steady stream of money in exchange for a steady stream of work, that's good. Especially if that steady stream of work won't dry up. But even then, what your boss wants and what you want are two different things. What you want, according to your ancient instincts is to keep doing MORE. To keep getting MORE. More skills. Better jobs. Better and more enjoyable relationships. What does your boss want? Probably for you to be a good little soldier. Show up, do your job, keep your head down, don't make any waves. But deep inside, you KNOW that's a dangerous plan. After all, who is better at taking care of your needs, your dreams, your ambitions, than YOU? Get Started: https://mindpersuasion.com/anxiety-killer/
  7. Social Proof Gone Mad: https://mindpersuasion.com/social-proof-gone-mad/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/May13Loop.mp4
  8. Jesus Origin Story: https://mindpersuasion.com/jesus-origin/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb08Loop.mp4
  9. Planting Mind Seeds: https://mindpersuasion.com/planting-mind-seeds/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov08Loop.mp4
  10. Plenty of people, including myself, love con artist movies. They are usually written so the bad guy has kind of a good reason for being the bad guy. And the guys they usually con aren't that innocent. What's particularly interesting is all the thinking and planning that goes into the con. Movies like Ocean's Eleven, for example, involve a gigantic con centered around a robbery. The entire purpose of the con was an enormous sleight of hand. Get everybody looking over here, so you can do something over there. PT Barnum was famous for saying there's a sucker born every minute. But what's not usually mentioned is the second half of that famous quote. Namely, that suckers are suckers BECAUSE they are willing to believe something that is TOO GOOD to be true. The flip side of this idea is that you "can't con an honest man." Perhaps this is we love con artist movies so much. Nobody is innocent. Even in Ocean's Eleven, they were robbing a casino. A place that makes its money by tricking people that they can get lucky, and go home richer than they came. Some of the coolest cons are ones you'll find in nature. The Venus fly trap and other plants that trick insects into thinking they are getting some kind of delicious snack. When it reality they about to get digested. Some creatures get lucky and "co-evolve." Bees and flowers, for example. Bees aren't any smarter than the poor suckers who get eaten by Venus fly traps. But they DO provide a service to the flowers. Even though it's something that arose organically, it is very instructive. The bees get something, and they give something in return. The flowers get something, and they give something in return. Bees get paid in nectar for doing the work of pollination. We humans like bees because they make honey. And we like flowers because they are easy on the eyes and nose. Flies on the other hand? If they get suckered into getting eaten, no worries. This idea is very useful, and very powerful. If you expect to GET something, you should always expect to GIVE something. Not necessarily in exchange, like bees and flowers. But generally speaking, good results will COST something. Either time, risk, patience, or skills that few people have. The more you think you are going to "get lucky" and get something for free, maybe it's time to check your assumptions. As they say in poker, if you don't know who the sucker is, it's you. Even though bees sting (everybody gets to defend themselves) we all like them because of what they provide. You want to get something, you got to give something. Inside your brain, and outside in the world. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/goal-setting-sucks/
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