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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug17APost.mp4 Cialdini made a huge impact with his first book about persuasion and influence. He is a psychology professor, but he did his experiments, and came to his conclusions, as a true marketer. There is a long known about phenomenon in psychology that people rarely tell the "truth" when answering surveys. They do tell the truth, but it's a "altered truth." For example, imagine you saw an ad on Craigslist or somewhere. They paid you $50 to come in for a day and taste a bunch of different snack crackers and give your feedbac
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan27Post.mp4 Some skills are very technical, and don't spill over too much in other areas. Some skills are very broad, and have a huge impact on pretty much all areas. General conditioning exercise is an example of something that has a positive impact on nearly everything. You sleep better, you become more confident, you get better posture, etc. This is why hitting the gym is always good advice for anybody who's just gotten dumped. Any kind of practice is also beneficial to many areas. This is why having hobbies that are bot
  3. Post Event Persuasion: https://mindpersuasion.com/post-event-persuasion/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/post-event-persuasion https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan15Loop.mp4
  4. Slippery Slope Dream Archetypes: https://mindpersuasion.com/slippery-slope-dream-archetypes/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/slippery-slope-dreams https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov17Loop.mp4
  5. Mind Control Pheromones: https://mindpersuasion.com/mind-control-pheromones/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov04Loop.mp4
  6. https://mindpersuasion.com/fomo-ingredients/
  7. https://mindpersuasion.com/stone-cold-jesus-hustler/
  8. Music is a fascinating subject. On one hand, you can describe it with an extreme amount of specificity. Chords, notes, progressions all have mathematically defined components. All music is based on the idea of standing waves. You have two kids with a jump rope, and they can ONLY create certain wave lengths. One wave equal to the length of the rope. Two halves of that same wave, etc. The length of the string (piano, violin) determines the sound when you pluck it. The size of the resonance chamber (trumpet, trombone, etc) determines the sound that comes ou
  9. Once upon a time a bunch of marketing types were doing some experiments. They had a woman wait in line to make copies. And she asked people if she could cut in line. At first, she just said, "Hey, can I cut in line?" Most said, "Um, no." The next phase was to come up with a valid excuse. "Hey, because my car is parked in the red, can I cut in line?" Most people said, "Sure, ok." So far so good. But then it got kind of goofy. They tried different things AFTER the word, "because." Even this worked: "Can I cut in line, because I have to
  10. The behavior of human structure is very easy to see in other people. We give somebody advice, and they say: "Yeah, easy for you to say!" But it's nearly impossible to see in ourselves. One way is to "go meta." Which means to purposely look at ourselves, and our behavior from a "higher' or more "objective" perspective. This is the kind of thing people learn in NLP seminars. But it's also something people do VERY naturally and EXTREMELY effectively. How? If you ever keep any record of any of your behavior, either before or after, you are going meta.
  11. Dale Carnegie was a super hero in his day. His most famous book, "How to Win Friends and Influence People" is what he's known for. But at the time, he had a huge teaching business. In fact, his interactions through his teaching business is how he learned all those rules. The seminars he ran were self confidence through public speaking. You can still take them today. Twelve weeks of intense confidence building through public speaking. If you've read the book, (or seen one of the many infographics summarizing the principles), they you know it's not a bunch of metaph
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