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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug11APost.mp4 Way back when I was in high school, my buddies and I loved the movie, "Mad Max." Not the Road Warrior, which came up back when I was in high school. But the original, part one, Mad Max. With a then completely unknown Mel Gibson. On some of the tapes we'd get, they would dub over his native Australian accent with an American one. My buddies were serious motor heads. They LOVED the part where Max saw his car for the first time. With the "blower." The part that would force air into the cylinders, and giv
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July19Post.mp4 When it comes to meeting new people, we have a best case outcome and a worst case outcome. The best case and the worst case are time dependent. The increase of one creates a fear of the other. Because they are two sides of the same coin. The worst case is rejection. But not just your average run of the mill, "I have a boyfriend" rejection. A deep, personal, "I see who you really are and I want nothing to do with you" rejection. This is the deep fear ALL humans carry around with us. It is so deep, it i
  3. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb08Post.mp4 The halo effect is a real effect. One that everybody tries very hard to pretend is not a real effect. Plenty of studies indicate that our physical appearance plays a much bigger role than we'd like to believe. Taller, more attractive men get more VC money, compared to everybody else. (VC = venture capitalist) Attractive job applicants get hired more so than normal ones, even when they are coached to give silly answers to interviewer questions. You'd think that VC's and hiring people would be more interested in r
  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec26Post.mp4 It's hard to eat only a little bit. Especially when you are hungry. Imagine trying to keep to your diet by going to an all you can eat buffet for both lunch and dinner. It's extremely difficult, from inside our own brains, to tell the difference between eating because we like it, from eating because we need it. This is why a common piece of advice is to eat very, very slowly. Our brain is about twenty minutes behind our mouths. I don't know about you, but I can eat plenty in twenty minutes. For any given me
  5. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July28Post.mp4 Imagine you had a conversation with a boxer. A guy who was about to have the fight of his career. Imagine the fight was going to start in a couple of hours. And suppose you asked his strategy was. What do you imagine he might say? I suppose that would depend on the other fighter in this particular metaphor. And it would depend on the hero of this metaphor. We can assume the fighting style of the hero. We can assume the fighting style of the opponent. This might give us a better imagination how he
  6. One of the biggest stumbling blocks to starting a conversation is knowing what to say. You see somebody across the room. You smile, they smile. You flirt, the flirt. But then the thought of walking across the room and starting a conversation keeps you stuck. What would you say? Or you're in line somewhere. Maybe somebody is cute in front or in back of you. You or they glance around, your eyes meet, and you give each other the universal "What's up" nod. But then the same problem pops up. What do you say? You may even go online in search of
  7. Most practice is easy, but boring. This is the main reason why few people do it. It's also why Napoleon Hill suggested having a "burning desire" was necessary. If you had a passive interest in learning the piano, for example, that passive interest wouldn't enough. You'd give up (like many people) rather quickly. Before you started practicing, it might seem pretty cool when you imagine being able to PLAY the piano. But the more you practiced, the more the REAL COSTS of being able to play would add up. When you imagine being able to play, you don't really have
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