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  1. Reverse Rebound Effect: https://mindpersuasion.com/reverse-rebound-effect/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  2. 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 t
  3. A simple idea describes why we tend to have so many problems. And that is the idea of "instinct mismatch." The idea that our instincts were calibrated for a much, much different world. Hunger is the most common example. Back in the day, the rules were simple. Find something to eat. If it tasted good, eat as much of it as you could. Those that this simple, DNA programmed "eating rule" the STRONGEST would tend to survive. Those that had this unconscious urge the strongest would be more motivated to find food, more motivated to eat food, and more motivated
  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan03_Post.mp4 I remember a particular daydream that I enjoyed back in Junior High School. It would usually "happen" in English class. One the most boring classes I ever had. One of the most boring teachers I've ever had. With one of the lamest teachers I've ever had. The daydream was somehow having been "discovered" by a movie star I had a crush on way back then. The day dream was I'd be sitting in class. Somebody from the office would interrupt the class, with a "call slip" saying I had to report to the principals offi
  5. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan01_Post.mp4 Humans love to daydream. Normally, this is thought to be a waste of time. We even chastise ourselves. You're watching an interesting movie or TV show. Your mind starts to wander. Then the music indicates something significant just happened. So you go back and see what you missed. This happens quite a bit in conversations. Some studies indicate that if you're sitting in school watching a lecture, your mind drifts about every 10-15 seconds or so. This is why studying on your own is about the least
  6. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec31Post.mp4 Once upon a time, humans were like every other animal. We had to chase after our food, kill it, and eat it. This is why they think we developed arched feet and sweaty, hairless bodies. Sweat so we could bleed off body heat, without needing to stop and pant, like the animals we were chasing. Arched feet so absorb the impact. Once we caught the animal, we killed it, and ate it raw. Until a couple million years ago. When we invented fire. The first time we could purposely harness energy OUTSIDE our body.
  7. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec29Post.mp4 Let's do an experiment. A kind of future fantasy visualization experiment. Imagine, for a moment, it's a couple years in the future. And you have, somehow, become famous. Think about that. Being famous, but only in the BEST way. The way that you would imagine being the best way. The perfect balance of fame and anonymity, according to your own preferences. First, what would you LIKE to be famous for? For of a creation, like an invention, or a best selling novel? Or more like a behavior? L
  8. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr14Post.mp4 One historian described the history of humanity as a scared and lazy people doing everything they could to become safer and work less. This sounds like a slam on humanity. But it's really true for ALL living creatures. There are two basic functions behind this statement. One is getting needed energy for survival. All animals need to do this. And they need to be as efficient as possible. Now, in our modern society, as much of a trainwreck it is becoming, this seems to be a no-brainer. You need food,
  9. https://mindpersuasion.com/easy-and-effective-persuasion-techniques/
  10. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July5Loop.mp4 The idea of free will kind of squishy. On one hand, it's pretty much the cornerstone of western society. In both religion and law. According to Christian tradition, the ONE THING we have, that nobody, not even the devil, can take away is our free will. Our decision to choose. Similarly, if you did something wrong, and you have to face a judge and jury, it's VERY HARD to convince them that somebody else MADE you do it. Even wives that kill husbands after years of abuse have a hard time getting off, UNLESS they ki
  11. One of the strangest figures from history is Rasputin. He was allegedly some guy who lived in the forest. But then he got himself connected to the Royal family at the time. This was around the time of the communist revolution. Whether he was a good guy or a bad guy is up for debate. But what is generally accepted was he had a very STRONG presence. He had to in order to get so close to the Romanov family. It would be like some guy wandering out of the forest and suddenly becoming the best friend of the family to the King of England. It's one thing to have
  12. Little kids like to play pretend. I know I did when I was a kid. Young children especially can imagine creatively. Their brains are in the theta wavelength a lot more. Compared to adults, who are usually between alpha and beta. Alpha is like daydreaming, and beta is like always drinking coffee. They say we naturally shift every so often. Which is why it's hard to concentrate for very long. Eventually, you're brain is going to shift into alpha, even if it's just for a few minutes. That's when you find yourself reading the same sentences over and over
  13. Alexander the Great was one of the world's top conquerors. Going by actual square miles conquered, he's in the top ten. Genghis Khan is number one. If the Earth were to enter a BAMF contest with other planets of humanoids, I think Genghis would be a pretty good representative. Born as a peasant, parents killed by raiders, he rose to control huge armies and left a long lineage. One out of every eight Asians has Uncle Genghis in their DNA. Alexander was another story. He came from royal blood. His father was king of Macedonia. But his "team" was one of the
  14. One under-appreciated invention is artificial flavor. Not really from a health standpoint, but from a marketing and production standpoint. If you had to use real strawberries to make strawberry ice cream, it would be pretty expensive. But since you get use highly concentrated strawberry extract (or whatever the heck they use) you can make it a lot cheaper. Now, most of those artificial flavors aren't the greatest thing for your health. If you drink them by the gallon you'd probably have problems. Other things that are "artificial" are better. Meaning they're similar to
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