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  16. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan27_Post.mp4 Ever since I've been in high school, I've loved cycling. When I was in college, whenever I had some spare time, I'd go riding up and down hills. I liked riding up and down. Riding up was kind of like hiking. You keep grinding, and every once in a while you stop and look around and see how much higher you are. But going down is a different kind of thrill. A spending of carefully saved up potential energy. The fastest I've ever coasted downhill was 53 miles per hour. A perfect hill for coasting. Steep, long, and then flat for at least half mile. No intersections, no lights. So the ONLY limitation was how long I could coast without feeling the need to put the breaks on. It always reminded me of the song "Helter Skelter," by the Beatles. Particularly the line: "When I get to the bottom I go back to the top of the slide, when I stop and I turn and I go for a ride..." This is about a roller coaster called "Helter Skelter." It's also considered to be the first "metal" song. But riding down hills is inherently pleasing. They've got these tours in place like Hawaii and other exotic vacation spots. They drive up you to the top of a huge mountain. Then you coast down on mountain bikes. The bikes have governors on the brakes, so you don't go too fast. So you can just relax, and coast, and enjoy the scenery. We humans LOVE being "taken" on rides. Physical rides. Emotional rides. This is why we love stories. We love to FEEL the emotions without having to take any real risks. Like riding down hill without needing to ride up. But sitting and watching an emotional ride is one thing. A fantastic movie or serial drama. But participating is something else. When you go out with your buddies for example. And one unexpected good thing happens after another. And everybody ends up happily ever after, if you catch my drift. We love to fantasize the same way. All of this is based on a kind of "pseudo logic" structure on our brains. The more you think about this, the more you can understand just how enjoyable it is. Thinking of happy thoughts naturally leads to happier thoughts. Even random conversations with friends follow this kind of pseudo logic. The more you participate in these conversations, the more fun they are. The more fun they are, the more you can start to remember this, now. And all those other times when you unexpectedly found yourself in a fantastic sequence of events and emotions. Even better is when you understand this linguistic structure. So you can be the one leading the conversation. From one happy emotion to another. Naturally, the more you lead the conversation, the more you lead the ideas in their brain. The more you lead the ideas in their brain, the more you be able to lead their actions. To any happy ending you like. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/slippery-slope-language/
  17. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan26_Post.mp4 I saw a really cool movie the other night. It was a very well calibrated sequence of plot twists. Three main characters. A fake psychic, his manager and audience plant, and a criminal who believed the fake psychic was a real psychic. A simple setup, and then plot twist after plot twist. And because each plot twist was well calibrated, they were very believable. A very nice ride. Other movies don't have ANY plot twists. A few reveals in the beginning, then essentially a race. Other movies start out strong, a few well paced and well calibrated plot twists, reveals and character developments. But then they crash and burn. Humans have been telling each other stories since the dawn of time. Since before time, if you consider time as a human invention, or at least the measurement. And if you consider our storytelling and story-listening brain a kind of support function, it's easy to see why we like plot twists. Hero's, archetypes, gods, monsters, etc. serve as imaginary "role models." And we humans, in our ancient ancestry, are not strangers to unexpected calamity, NEED those in our stories. If we are going on an epic hunting trip against a big, potentially delicious, but potentially deadly wooly mammoth, it's not unexpected to lose a few people. So the stories and heroes we keep in our brains also need to have unexpected tragedies. The Greeks figured this out when they stared making epic tragedies and the idea of catharsis. It's HELPFUL for us humans to be watching a story, and then suddenly get emotionally sucker punched. A recent study of a few hundred thousand modern fiction showed that this good-bad sequence of events is EVERYWHERE. So when you come across a very WELL calibrated sequence of emotionally rich story elements it feels good. Particularly when everything turns out OK. Because we KNOW we will face unexpected calamity. And we very much WANT to believe we'll turn out OK. If you look, you'll find this structure everywhere. A sequence of emotions, oscillating between good, not so good, good, unexpectedly tragic, recovery, disaster, triumph, etc. Music, movies, TV shows, video games, EVERYWHERE. The best sales pages are very much like the best movies. They hook you in, take you on a while ride, and you get a feeling of release at the end. This is the structure of human thought. The IDEAL sequence of events, good, bad, good, bad, triumph. Learn to speak like this, and be a walking magician. A word wizard that can speak to their deeper emotions, and move them to profound understandings. Of you, them, and everything else. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/slippery-slope-language/
  18. 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/
  19. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec13Post.mp4 One of my favorite "poetic" lines is from the song, Kashmir, by Led Zeppelin. Expressed thusly: "Oh father of the four winds fill my sails Cross the sea of years With no provision but an open face Along the straits of fear" A lot of their lyrics are based on Norse mythology. With gods of the ocean, etc. One common theme of all cultures is mythology and religion. We humans seem to have an instinctive need for a kind of "metaphorical space" in which to create role models. Stories, mythology and full blown religion can be seen as ideal, best case role model. People to beseech when we need help. People who imagine are helping us along dangerous and treacherous paths. We can even do an imaginary split test to see. First, we'll imagine a tribe of people with zero belief in anything other than what they can see. Second, we'll imagine a tribe rich with an imaginary collection of metaphorical archetypes who are always watching out for them. Both tribes are facing off against an angry and cornered wooly mammoth. If they kill him, they can relax and feast for a couple weeks. But if they try and fail, the angry monster with huge spears attached to his face may murder half of them. The tribe motivated by their gods would try just a little bit harder. The tribe with only what they can see and remember would be a little bit less motivated. Play this split test a few hundred times, and the tribe protected by their imaginary gods would slowly out-populate the non-god-tribe. Gods or imaginary archetypes are NOT logical. But they are very, very necessary. One of my favorite movie lines is from the last Harry Potter movie. After Dumbledore came and explained everything to Harry after Dumbledore had died. Harry looked at him and asked: "Is this real, or is this my imagination?" The wizard came back with the wizard reframe: "Of course it's in your imagination, but that doesn't mean it's not real." The gods were real enough for ancient hunters. Those praying to the father of the four winds would have an advantage over guys with only desperately crossed fingers. These are indications of our utterly critical emotions. The emotionally charged hunters charging the wooly mammoth would do much better than some ancient Vulcan trying to calculate the hypotenuse of the best angle to throw his spear. Non-emotional tasks are very, very boring. Studying algebra. Doing your taxes (well not really non-emotional...) Balancing your checkbook. But emotional endeavors are where ALL the fun is. Falling in love. Conquering your enemies. Having a linguistic throw down with your buddies. The moral of this story is clear. The MORE emotions you can feel, and express, and USE strategically, the better your life will be. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/emotional-mastery/
  20. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec11Post.mp4 There's a common myth about male-female relationships. It's a comforting myth, which is true of most, if not all myths. Myths ARE myths because they can't be proven. But they SEEM to be true because we accept them, we see evidence of them everywhere. This is a function of confirmation bias. Even more dangerous is if common myth has a couple of other "Cialdini ideas" supporting it. Namely, social proof, potential authority, and commitment and consistency. Each one of these helps ideas to slide into our heads. For example, say you try to get a lady to "like you," and you fail. You try again, and you fail. So you go online, and express your frustration. You are told about this "myth" and it soothes your nerves. After all, if you found it was YOUR fault, that would suck. That would mean you needed to do a LOT of practice. Practice doing things that are TERRIFYING. Talking to pretty girls over and over again. Getting rejected over and over again. Until you FINALLY got it right. That is terrible just to think about. So you go online, and talk to your buddies. Enter the "myth." This "myth" solves everything. Firstly, you can pretend it's not YOUR fault. It's the very NATURE of women. Once you accept that comfortable myth, you stat looking for evidence. And your confirmation is always happy to help. So you go back to your online network and report your findings. Just the act of posting this invokes the rule of commitment and consistency. Once you publicly proclaim something, it's VERY difficult to take it back. A bunch of your online bros agree. Now you've got an externalizing myth (not my fault, THEIR fault). You've also got commitment and consistency. You've also got social proof. And if this online community is BIG enough, there's likely authority. Somebody posts a YouTube vid of a "guru" who's got a few hundred thousand followers. This makes it VERY difficult to STOP believing this myth. Now for the very DIFFICULT question. Are you satisfied with NOT getting some action, so long as you've got all these comforting reasons why it's NOT your fault? Or would you rather GET some? Not just a little bit, but a lot. Easily. Consistently. So, what's the myth? The myth is that women are emotional, men are logical. Not true. Not even a little bit. NOBODY is logical. Humans are not Vulcans. We are not angels. We are primates who are only learned to think and talk in a BLINK of an eye's time. Watch a bunch of dudes watching a down-to-the-wire game and try to find ANY logic in there. Watch a video a guy holding his first child and try to find logic. There is none. Pure, human emotion. There IS a bit of a difference between female emotions and male emotions. But that doesn't really matter. Because genuine human emotion will get you much, much further than a FALSE BELIEF in logic. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/emotional-mastery/
  21. 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/
  22. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec09Post.mp4 A while ago I saw some pictures of what life was like during the Soviet Union. They had a big room where people were all selling things. But all everybody was selling were apples. There's one Monty Python movie about a marketplace during some ancient plague or other catastrophic event. Some dude had a table and was selling nothing. And he was pitching his nothing like crazy. "I've got nothing for sale! Come and get your nothing!" Imagine getting excited about going to see a world famous symphony. You wore a tux, got their early, put on your best behavior. But as soon as they started playing, they only played ONE note. Over and over and over. A couple years ago some Swedish film company made an "experimental" movie. The kind of goofy movie where people sit and watch and imagine how intellectually superior they are for watching a deep movie only self-described super geniuses can understand. Only this movie had three weirdos standing on a beach. They just stood there, not speaking, not moving. And the movie was seventeen hours long. Different angles, and filters, etc. Imagine if a ice cream store wanted to compete with 31 flavors. Their angle would be that they only have ONE flavor. Vanilla or something. Sure, all of these are silly ideas. But this is how most of us operate. By only have a FEW emotions that we feel comfortable expressing. We laugh when something's funny. We are dutifully impressed when somebody shares a story. At the same time, we are DESPERATE to show our emotions. This is why when an attractive person tells an otherwise lame joke, all the people around him or her laugh like it's the BEST joke they've ever heard. Or when an attractive person shares an otherwise lame story about some "clever" thing they did. Everybody acts like they're the next Einstein. "Wow, that's so AWESOME! You're so AWESOME!" This is what you get when you can express a couple emotions. Like a piano with only a couple of keys. If that's all you got, you bang on those two keys as often and as hard as you can. And if you are competing with other pianos, that's pretty much all you can do. Impress everybody with how hard and often you can bang on your keys. Unfortunately, with a only a two-keyed piano, that's the ONLY thing you'll be banging. But suppose you show up with a full fledged, 88 key piano. And you can play absolutely BEAUTIFUL music. Notes, chord, melodies. You will DESTROY all the two-key bangers. First, you have to FIND all your inner "keys." And then you need to learn how to play them. Not learn how. Remember how. Do that and EVERYBODY will be impressed. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/emotional-mastery/
  23. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec08Post.mp4 Way back in high school I worked at a movie theater. It got really busy in Friday and Saturday nights. There'd be a big line outside, and went it was ready, we'd open the doors. There'd be a mad rush to by candy popcorn and soda. Common for one person to grab some seats, and somebody else to grab the popcorn. Then my boss got the idea to set up another stand in the back of the theater. Not a full fledged stand, but a cart with some stuff pre-made. A few cokes, a few popcorns, some candy. The first girl who tried it just stood in the back. Nobody bought anything. Then they let me give it a whirl. I absolutely LOVED it. Because I didn't just stand there waiting for customers. I would slowly push the popcorn cart up and down the aisles, screaming like an old school pitchman. The first few times I was petrified. It seemed like a good in my mind. A fun idea in my mind. But once I started screaming, and all the people were looking me like some weird clown kid that escaped from the mental hospital, it didn't seem so fun. Until I muscled my way through the fear and found a FANTASTIC correlation. The more energy I put into it, the more I sold. Pretty soon I saw it as my mission to sell out before every show. The goofier of a pitch I came up with, the louder and more sillier I belted out the pitch, the more I sold. I once saw an interview with the guy who played Walter White, the Breaking Bad character. He said as an actor, you must confront a paradox. That most humans, as our natural setpoint, want to be as low profile as possible. But to be an actor, you HAVE to express all your emotions. He said the deep fear is that we will express our emotions, we'll get rejected. But the opposite happens. The MORE we express our emotions, not just the easy ones, but ALL of them, the MORE people will not only accept us, but EMBRACE us. Why is this? We ARE emotional creatures. We like to think we are logical. We aren't. Which would you rather do, watch a FANTASTIC drama that yanks your emotions all over the place? Or study algebra? When you buy a shirt or other piece of clothing, do you do a pure logical treatment of cost-benefit analysis of the skin protecting elements of the fabric? Or do you buy a shirt because it will make you look COOL? Hopefully cool enough for all those sexy people to notice you? Emotions are the most powerful engine of human expression. Master your emotions, and master everything. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/emotional-mastery/
  24. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov18Post.mp4 When most of us see people we'd like to know, it makes us nervous. Whether they be a key person at a networking event, or an attractive and potential romantic interest, simply the DESIRE to create a positive impression causes problems. This is why people talk about things like "outcome independence." This is true, but just saying we should be more "outcome independent" is pretty worthless. It's like telling somebody struggling with weight loss to simply "eat less than you burn." Or somebody who is trying out for the Olympic team to simply, "run faster than anybody else." Or a coach telling their team to "score more points than the other guy." Suddenly becoming "outcome independent" is one of things that is an IDEAL to strive for. Most of the goofs saying, "just be outcome independent" have no clue how to do that. Buy giving this kind of advice kind of IMPLIES they not only know how to do that, but they are experts. This is why it is VERY easy to come across online as guru type. Just read a bunch of stuff, then give that advice and it's ASSUMED that you've mastered that stuff. But doing this face to face is very difficult. For example, say you go to the gym, and sign up with a trainer. The trainer is ripped. He might give you the advice of "just eat only 1000 calories per day, and do two hours of exercise every day." Clearly, that works FOR HIM. But nobody, not even him, understands his inner motivations and strategies. Certain things are simply easier for others. Otherwise EVERYBODY could just "do those things" that the gurus recommend. However, it also doesn't do any good to find excuses why we can't do that. We REALLY want to know HOW to be "outcome independent." There is a way to approach that. Normally, when we want to "impress people," be they potential bosses or lovers, we think we need to SAY impressive things. But this is absolutely not necessary. In fact, most of the time, trying to impress somebody you don't know almost always backfires. How the heck can you impress somebody you don't know? Well, it is pretty easy, so long as you don't actually try to impress them. First, you need to fill your head with different thoughts. Or better, simply open your mind to them. Match their body language, and let your body language drive your thoughts. With practice, your thoughts will be pretty close to their thoughts. And with some basic "guesses" about the situation, you'll know pretty much WHAT they are thinking. Then you simply pace THEIR thoughts, by expressing them as if they are YOUR thoughts. Which they will be. This will create very, very DEEP rapport. Body language rapport. Mental rapport. Energy rapport. And since they will FEEL themselves in you, you won't need much else. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/telepathic-enhancer/
  25. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept22Post.mp4 TV salesman are very charismatic, and very entertaining. One example is the guy from "Halt and Catch Fire." A fictionalized drama about the beginnings of the computer age. PC's, internet, web browsers, back when all that stuff was invented. But the main character that was the sales type was VERY stereotypically charismatic. When he spoke, he had tons of confidence, and unbreakable frame, and he spoke in very well calibrated, very beutiful metaphors. Similarly, fictional seducers are either one of two types. The over the top womanizer jerk. And the flowery speaking, gorgeous metaphor spinning Don Juan type. A good example of this is Johnny Depp in "Don Juan DeMarco." But this is fiction. These characters are written by people who have never seduced or sold anything to anybody. We like those characters because they are the IDEAL. Things everybody would LIKE to become. Consider this to be a main function of our brain. A survival function. Since all the way back before time, we've been telling each other stories. Stories about IDEAL characters who do IDEAL things. Sure, we'd love to have real role models. Father figures whose footsteps we can follow it. But that's the genius of Mother Nature, or God or whoever made us. If we don't HAVE role models, we can make them up. Ancient stories were calibrated to match what we believed were our IDEAL role models. Young people who didn't know what they were doing. Having to stumble around for a while before they figured out what was what. And when they finally battle against the monster, the BARELY win. This is the IDEAL to strive for. Unfortunately, most of us miss the point when we see those smooth talking TV people. Consider the most important thing about their characters is NOT the words they say. Because plenty of well-written words are said by some pretty bad actors. This is why memorizing patterns for both sales and seduction MISSES the point. If you don't have the underlying frame, you'll be like a wooden actor trying to pretend to be congruent. Some of the BEST actors don't need words. They are VERY congruent in their facial expressions. How their facial expressions change upon nearing negative news, for example, is much more moving than a well written speech. Actors who can do that have skills few can match. Of feeling one emotion and then slowly shifting their facial expression to show another. If the rest of the story is set up correctly, a small shift in facial expressions at the right point of the story can make audiences WEEP. Words are nice, but not necessary. Build up the stuff beneath the words and NEVER worry about the words again. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/attractive-mindset/
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