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  1. Build The Virtuous Cycle Of Love https://mindpersuasion.com/build-the-virtuous-cycle-of-love/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  2. Gaze With Eyes Of Wonder: https://mindpersuasion.com/gaze-with-eyes-of-wonder/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  3. Become A Linguistic Assassin: https://mindpersuasion.com/become-a-linguistic-assassin/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  4. Covertly Lead Bullies To Destruction: https://mindpersuasion.com/covertly-lead-bullies-to-destruction/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  5. Shut Down Conversational Bullies: https://mindpersuasion.com/shut-down-conversational-bullies/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  6. Telepathic Futures https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  7. Secret People Training Skills: https://mindpersuasion.com/secret-people-training-skills/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  8. The Pirate Treasure Attraction Pattern https://mindpersuasion.com/the-pirate-treasure-attraction-pattern/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  9. Deep Dream Seduction https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  10. Be The One They Want: https://mindpersuasion.com/be-the-one-they-want/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  11. Unlock Your Ancient Super Powers https://mindpersuasion.com/unlock-your-ancient-super-powers/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  12. Plant Seeds Of Love: https://mindpersuasion.com/plant-the-seeds-of-love/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  13. Practice Being Your Best Self: https://mindpersuasion.com/practice-being-your-best-self/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  14. How To Demonstrate Real Authority: https://mindpersuasion.com/how-to-demonstrate-real-authority/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  15. Moving Pictures and Seductive Ideas: https://mindpersuasion.com/moving-pictures-seductive-ideas/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  16. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb22_Post.mp4 There are some pretty funny jokes based on logical fallacies. Based on the following structure. All kangaroos are mammals. But not all mammals are kangaroos. The joke involves some kind if misinterpretation of this. Sometimes this is used as a kind of "seemingly insightful" political statement. For example, imagine the following said with utmost seriousness: "Not all people who support candidate are X, but all bad people support candidate X." But that sentence basic logical truth can be twisted in pretty much any direction. Like imagine somebody saying that previous sentence about political candidates, and imagine how much serious meaning they give to it. And now imagine that same serious tone with the following sentences: Not all sandwiches contain peanut butter, but all peanut butter sandwiches do contain peanut butter. The first one, about bad people and Candidate X sounds like some deep conspiracy that somebody has heroically revealed. But the one about the peanut butter sounds silly. Unfortunately, this is how many people see the world. They see one thing being "caused" by another. But then they ASSUME it goes both directions. For example, a very famous "pick up" technique is "cocky funny." This idea has been around for a LONG TIME. But it's not the "cocky funny" that is doing the job of creating attraction. It's the underlying confidence and interpersonal intuition that is DELIVERING the "cocky funny." If you try to deliver the cocky funny WITHOUT the requisite personality, you'll come across looking like a socially uncalibrated weirdo. This is the problem with most EXTERNAL communication "strategies." It's like trying to re-create a delicious cake by ONLY copying the frosting. But sometimes you CAN slowly go from the outside in. Particularly in the case of embedded commands. Embedded commands are often thought to be a secret hack of mind control. Even world class infomercial people misunderstand them. I saw a guy once, watching mostly passively, selling some kitchen gizmo. Then, near, the end, I noticed he used the famous, "BUY NOW," command. Example: As you watch this, BUY NOW you may be wondering how you might use this. The buy now is really "by now" but you say it like "buy now." But the way this guy used it, in the infomercial, clearly indicated they did not know how to use embedded commands. He used like a trick. Kind of like guys with ZERO game try and use cocky funny. Just to make sure, I re-watched the video clip. And the ONLY command that goof gave was the famous BUY NOW command. Which I took to be really, really, good news. That PROFESSIONAL infomercial people have no clue how, specifically, to use embedded commands. The truth is they are MUCH MORE than magic tricks to sell things. They can be used conversationally to have fun, increase your charisma, or just be a more enjoyable conversationalist. Used correctly, the misunderstood embedded command is as versatile as a Swiss Army knife. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/embedded-commands/
  17. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb21_Post.mp4 Here's a cool party trick you can try. It's easy and can get you some pretty quick positive results. It does require you do this with friends, or people you feel at least a little bit comfortable with. Anyhow, here's the trick. Talk about something that happened to you recently. A regular, average story. Nothing spectacular. In fact, the more boring the better. For example, talk about how you made a peanut butter sandwich. First, figure out how you'd describe it normally. "Yesterday I was hungry. So I went into the kitchen but couldn't find anything to eat so I made a peanut butter sandwich." If you said like normally, it would BARELY be interesting enough hold their attention. But the trick involves changing HOW you say it. By putting in pauses where people don't expect them. AND adding some really goofy "energy" on certain words. So the same simple sentence can be: "Yesterday I was... ....HUNGRY. So I went into the... ...kitchen but I couldn't find anything to eat so I..... ...made a peanut butter... ...SANDWICH." Where the ... are you put a pause. A long pause. And the bolded words are said with a goofy kind of energy. And during the long pause, you imagine your a telling some epic adventure, and the pauses are the cliffhanger parts. And if you can, during the pauses, make your eyes wide, flashing them with crazy energy. Yes, this is very silly. Which is why doing this with strangers is not recommended. But friends will be TRANSFIXED while you say this. Particularly on the pauses. The pauses are placed BETWEEN subject and predicate. Or verb and object. Where we DON'T expect them. Human brains tend to think of subject-predicates as kind of single thoughts. So when speaking, we tend speak like this: thought1 ... thought2... etc. But the above is like this: first half of thought1... ....second half of thought1. In the middle, their brains will be kind of FROZEN. Now, this exercise won't do anything other than put a little bit of goofy brain humor inside an otherwise normal sentence. But it will show you how SIMPLE it is to control the brains of others. When most people talk, they are essentially taking turns tossing out different ideas. People take turns tossing out random ideas, most of which are not so interesting. Occasionally this will turn into a full fledged idea contest. But the deeper structure is our standing within any social group is based on the quality of our ideas. At least this is the general belief. But with the peanut butter pause technique, you'll teach yourself a very important lesson. That dominating any crowd really has very LITTLE to do with your ideas. And much more to do with the STRENGTH of your inner frame. Build up your inner frame, and dominate any crowd with even the simplest ideas. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/inner-frame/
  18. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb07_Post.mp4 Most kids like treasure hunts of one kind or another. Most kids are told or read stories of buried treasure. Usually involving pirates. They steal a bunch of stuff, hide it on some uncharted island so they can come back and get it later. The idea of a secret stash is pretty common. The entire existence of the Swedish banking system is centered around hidden money. Accounts with only names, not numbers. One funny scene from "The Wolf of Wall Street," was when he and his friends were smuggling money out of the U.S. and into Sweden, so they could hide in it a Swiss bank. They had all these stacks of cash duct taped to their bodies. One interesting idea about humans is we have a secret reserve of physical strength. Like lifting up cars from children to being able to survive in very, very harsh conditions far longer than we think. Or even doing crazy things like cutting off our own arms with pocket knives, like people have done. When our ancient brains believe we are about to die, and switch into "survival" mode, we'll do incredible things. We also have a very deep belief that there is some kind of "greatness" within us. We all have a very vague, very deep, but very strong belief that there is this vast, untapped potential within us. At the same time, we all believe we have this deep "brokenness" that we are terrified others will find. This great ambition is generally thought to drive our actions. To achieve something magnificent. To show what we are a made of. Very much like Muhammad Ali's famous quote, "I'm going to show you how great I am." But when it comes to speaking, it seems to be the opposite. We fear that others can somehow see our greatest weakness conversationally. That if we express ourselves verbally, it will somehow demonstrate evidence of this great inner weakness. But when it comes to demonstrating our great strength, we feel the need to show, like Ali mentioned. But what if you could flip this script? Not once, but twice? To speak to others verbally that would elicit their feelings of greatness? Since we all expect first conversations to be very dangerous, imagine what impact this would have on others. To stroll up, and just within a few back and forth, easy statements, wake up their BEST parts of themselves? And even better, JUST as are starting to feel really good, split. Why split? If you leave on a high note, with them feeling maximum pleasure, they will be DESPERATE to see you again. And that deep desire, to see you again, will spin round and round in their brain. Even better, suppose you could do this to EVERYBODY you spoke to? Creating an ARMY of people out there DESPERATE to see you again. What would THAT do for you? Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/first-impressions/
  19. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan02_Post.mp4 One of the most common frustrations before ANY meaningful conversation is knowing what to say. Especially if it's with somebody you don't know. Even if it's somebody sitting next to you on an airplane. This is something that most people wish they could do better. Having a regular, friendly conversation with a stranger. So much so that people who are naturally good at this are admired. They make EVERYBODY feel comfortable. A social magnet. Normally, this isn't a big deal. We are born, slide through life, pick up some friends along the way, and hopefully create some more people. But relying on our factory programming doesn't work so much anymore. So the typical response is to learn how to do things like this. To "practice" social skills. This is pretty normal under certain situations. Like in sales. Sales is all about talking to people specifically to build up buying desire. Something most normal people don't normally do. So it's natural to learn how to do this if you are going into sales. For this reason, there is plenty of overlap, in both strategy and vocabulary, between sales and seduction. However, this misses a very important point. Sales is SUPPOSED to be deliberate and overt. When salespeople are having a conversation with a customer, everybody knows what's going on. When a job interviewer is having a conversation with an interviewee, this same process is at work. Everybody knows what's going on. But when talking to strangers socially, this type of strategy CAN easily backfire. The kind of people that are naturally attractive are just being themselves. Just by the way the are, they make others feel good. Imagine being stuck on an airplane with a guy who "seemed" interested in you, but you had a sinking suspicion he or she had an ulterior motive. Like getting you to join their cult or their MLM. This is how conversations can easily feel if you are using overt sales strategies to try and create genuine human desire. The answer not to shrug your shoulders and just assume some people are good at that kind of thing and others aren't. There IS a very powerful conversational style that WILL make you much more attractive to many more people. In a very natural and congruent way. So when they, whoever they are, start to take a liking to you, it will be for their own reasons. Their own deep, subconscious organic reasons. This is a much broader strategy that can work on EVERYBODY. Potential lovers or friends. People you are already in a relationship with. Even kids. Which means once you make this your go-to conversational style, you will become much more attractive to everybody. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/desire-builder/
  20. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec28Post.mp4 Humans have a cause-effect generator in our brains. Or more accurately, we assume there is a cause-effect relationship between things that are not related. This was necessary back in the day, when life was very dangerous. This is very hard to imagine today. We tend to believe logically, or at the very least having logical reasons for doing things. At the same time, if we're honest with ourselves, we'll understand everything is a numbers game. There isn't, unfortunately, any guaranteed way to get ONE specific guy or gal to like you. There isn't any guaranteed to get ONE specific customer to buy from you. There isn't any guaranteed way to get ONE specific company to hire you. However, there are plenty of ways to INCREASE your odds. To get MORE girls to like you. To get MORE people to buy from you. To get MORE job offers from MORE companies. This is very much like the old days. The cause-effect generator worked with the same "numbers game" that runs everything else today. The more girls you talk to, the more you chances are. The more girls you talk to, the more you'll improve, which will include your chances. Same goes with sales and job interviews. And since job interviews are free (except time and gas money and maybe dry cleaning) it's not really a bad idea to go on practice interviews. Anyhow, how does today's "numbers game" theory compare with cause effect? Back in the day, if you were wrong with your cause-effect assumptions nine times out of ten, but right ONE time, that would be OK. Just like if you get shut down by nine girls and get "accepted" by the tenth, that's also OK. So even though our "cause-effect-generator" is wrong most of the time, that's not a bad thing. But sometimes it CAN be. See, in the old days, when your cause-effect generator was WRONG the only cost to being wrong was running away from something that WASN'T dangerous. Today, everything is pretty much flipped. Back in the old days, our environment was trees, rocks, the elements, and animals. Some of those animals were tasty. Some were dangerous. Today, our environment is OTHER PEOPLE. So it's very often to lead with REVERSE polarity. We BELIEVE people can see directly into our souls. It works like this. Two people see each other. Both people imagine the other person finding the out the WORST thing about them. So they PROJECT false confidence. Each person interprets this FALSE confidence as EVIDENCE that they've seen deeply into our soul. Which creates a self-sustaining loop of social anxiety. But NOBODY can see into your soul. Not even you. So the simple solutions is to LEAD with confidence. Lead with and easy to build confidence. An easy to STRENGTHEN confidence. And they will ASSUME your confidence is valid. And they will defer to it. This will IMMEDIATELY flip the polarity of that self-destructive of social anxiety. Into a self-sustaining loop of mutual admiration and respect. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/commanding-voice/
  21. 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/
  22. 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/
  23. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec15Post.mp4 The idea of outcome independence is very compelling. Very compelling for two reasons. For two reasons on both sides of the equation. We all have experiences of both sides of the equation. We all know the more we want something the harder we try, and this can cause anxiety, which messes up our performance. Kind of like when you are ALMOST to the point of being unconsciously competent at something. For example, suppose you wanted to learn how to juggle. And you were getting better and better a juggling three objects. There you were in the park, juggling three bean bags with your buddies. You're talking, laughing, joking, AND juggling. But then three super hot ladies come strolling by. Now you start to WORRY about looking bad. This causes a lot of anxiety, which shifts you back down into the conscious competence part. This makes you pay way too much attention to the bean bags, and you mess up. On the other hand, think of something you do very, very well, and have for many years. Riding a bike for example. For example, you are your buddy are riding your bikes slowly down a bike path. Two ladies come on from a different bike path and are SLOWLY passing you. Because your skill of riding a bike is very, very, unconsciously competent, you don't crash. Sure you're energy changes, your conversation with your buddies change. But you are MUCH less likely to crash your bike that you would mess up in juggling. Although this IS a fairly common scene in romantic comedies. Some goof is so overwhelmed with an unexpected beauty he crashes his bike into a tree, or goes down some stairs into the subway. This is funny because we all have this experience. Of doing something, seeing somebody attractive, and then messing up. When the thing we are doing is talking to THEM this is very, very frustrating. At the same time, most of us have an experience of just "flowing" within a natural conversation. When you TRULY don't expect anything. Even this, non-expectation, is NOT a choice. It just HAPPENS. So the advice SEEMS kind of like good advice. But how can you just "be" outcome independent? Especially when your ancient instincts are SCREAMING at you to be successful? It would be equally impossible to STOP eating once you get to 800 calories. Suppose you were on strict diet. Only three meals 2400 calories per day. And for dinner, your friends shows up with TONS of fast food. It would be IMPOSSIBLE to be halfway through a burger and just stop. Your instincts won't let you. Similarly, it's very, very hard to just "forget" about having any outcome when you are talking to a gorgeous person. At least in the short term. However, when you switch to the long view, everything changes. And you CAN flow much more consistently. On auto pilot. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/relationship-generator/
  24. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec14Post.mp4 It's a common idea that men shouldn't express their emotions. That men should be tough, and resilient. The leaders that others follow. This is kind of true. It's also like many, many other "truisms." The are far too vague to be of any help. It's a harsh truth about male-female relationships that if men are always "weak" then they will lose attraction. This is absolutely true. If a lady thinks her guy has it in him to get a promotion at work, but he's too scared to ask for one, that will decrease her attraction for him. But when people say men shouldn't be "emotional" what they really mean is they shouldn't be "stuck" in weak emotions. When it comes to emotions, there are three very critical ideas. One is the strength with which you feel and express emotions. If you feel and express a "weak" emotion, but just enough to show you're not a robot, that's good. If you feel that same "weak" emotion but wallow in it, that's bad. So the first critical idea is to CONTROL your emotions, rather than suppress them. Two is even more important. And that is to think in terms of emotional chains. Instead of getting to a "weak" emotion, and getting stuck, think in terms of music. Some of the most beautiful music ever written invokes some very sad feelings. But those sad feelings are ALWAYS followed by stronger, happier, positive feelings. Music and to a large extent, all art is all about emotional flow. Sadness, happiness, despair, triumph. There IS a reason why musicians get plenty of action. It's not a problem AT ALL to express a "negative" emotion, so long as you RESOLVE it later on in the conversation. "I just got fired from my job and I've only got a couple weeks left before I get kicked out. But I've got six interviews lined up and I usually do pretty good when my back is up against the wall like this so I'm actually kind of excited." A third and very powerful idea is that if YOU feel your emotions strongly and congruently, people will follow you. If you spot a negative emotion in your friend, lover or conversational partner, they might get stuck, but you don't have to. This requires you follow the law of "show don't tell." Pace their emotions. Look inside for a similar experience that has a similar emotion. Tell THAT story, but be sure to follow it up with some resolution. Another story that shows a much better resolution. This is a very, very rare skill. But people that can MOVE the emotions in others are very, very attractive. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/emotional-mastery/
  25. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec10Post.mp4 A study was done on plenty of fictional books. To figure out what the overall structure was. And they found a certain short term pattern in nearly all of them. A good thing happened, and then a bad thing happened. Some of these were small, almost insignificant events, some were much larger. On a more meta level, you can find a bigger structure. Protagonist, Antagonist, build up, massive conflict, and (usually) happy ending. Or not "happy" ending, but a "satisfying" ending. Even thought some characters might not make it, the ending has a feeling of "completeness." One of the songs by the Beatles has an very huge ending. "A Day In The Life," has a huge orchestral buildup in the end. The buildup ends on a chord of MASSIVE tension. Then there is a pause, and FINALLY, the release. This a very "satisfying" ending. The tension is resolved. This is in most music, down to the chord progressions. Tension followed by release. Cycling throughout the entire song. Now, why do we humans CRAVE this kind of thing? You might wonder which came first, story structure or human nature? Or how, specifically did "they" create fiction and music and poetry to MATCH our deep emotions so specifically? It's the same basic process of natural selection. Imagine a group of ancient cavemen way back in the day. Kids would grow up listening to a bunch of different stories around the campfires. Some stories would be EPIC. The kind that stirred their emotions, and lay awake at night under the stars with ONE powerful dream about the hero of those stories: "When I grow up, I'm going to be JUST like him." On the other hand, there were likely stories that absolutely SUCKED. The responses to those stories were much different. Namely: "Dude, WTF?! That story was LAME!" Here's the natural selection part. When all those kids grew up, and it was THEIR turn to tell stories around the campfire, which stories did they tell? The ones they remembered. The ones that stirred their emotions. The ones that stirred their most POWERFUL emotions of ambition, love, loss, anger, fear, hatred, and the final satisfying ending. Not the lousy stories that didn't make any sense. Stories, movies, music, all art has similarly been passed through this organic, natural selection filter system. What's the META takeaway for all this? Humans are EMOTIONAL. The more profoundly you can move their emotions, the more they'll admire you, want to be around you, and follow you. But most people today are emotionally crippled. Most of us can only share a very small range of emotions. Learn about, appreciate and be comfortable expressions all your emotions, and you don't have to worry about anything else. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/emotional-mastery/
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