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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov30Post.mp4 A long time ago, I was into short term investing. Not exactly day trading, but not long term, set and forget investing. I read a bunch of books about psychology of investing, etc. One guy had a pretty cool system. Dude had a PhD in psychology and was highly recommended. After going over all the psychological aspects, fear, greed, etc., he got into the technical aspects. Three separate screens, based on different technical aspects. Long term screen, medium term screen, and then a final screen. Out of al
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov29Post.mp4 There is a lot of advice that makes sense. It makes sense because it matches our experience. It makes sense because it's simple to understand. But what's commonly lacking is how, specifically, to do that regularly, automatically, and more importantly UNCONSCIOUSLY. Most of what we do is auto pilot. Unless we have to give an important speech, or we are getting ready to go on a first date, our behavior is autopilot. This is why actors seem like such a mess when they are filmed speaking off the cuff. Even when
  3. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov28Post.mp4 We humans have a lot of biases. It's really, really hard to see these in ourselves. But really easy to see in others. The question is, why do we have such strong biases? These didn't just pop into our brains on accident. Well, that's not true. Everything about us DID pop in by accident. The good stuff is kept, the bad stuff is tossed out. "Kept" meaning the people who had the good stuff got to live. "Tossed out" meaning that the people who had the bad stuff didn't. Or at least didn't live lon
  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov27Post.mp4 There are a lot of metaphors about getting to know people. Peeling back the onion layers, etc. There are a lot of metaphorical expressions that describe what it's like to be in this process. "I think I like him/her." "I'm not sure how I feel about him/her." There's also ideas that describe what it's like to fall for somebody who is not our "type." This is something that's much easier to see in somebody else. Somebody you know falls hard and fast for somebody. Everything just kind of "clicked." Or
  5. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov26Post.mp4 We silly humans have a hard time with cause and effect. Particularly when things are linked. But plenty of things can be mathematically linked, but have zero causality. A famous example is ice cream and sharks. During the summer, people eat more ice cream. During the summer, there are more shark attacks. So, you could create a positive correlation between the two. But, it would be silly that eating ice cream causes shark attacks. Like every time you bite into any kind of ice cream, some poor dude is ge
  6. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov25Post.mp4 It's common, and fun, to have staring contests as kids. This is the one "sport" that is open to everybody. Sports, or any athletic competition is not. Any kind of educational competition is not. Even many games requires some basic learning and practice. A guy who's played a few dozen games of checkers against somebody who's never played isn't even. But staring contests are open to everybody. Sometimes they are planned. Sometimes they are spontaneous. And it's easy to "cheat." To stare into th
  7. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct25Post.mp4 There are a few funny videos online of people staring at their phones not looking where they're going. Walking into fountains, open manhole covers, off cliffs, into wood chippers, etc. This makes sense. Even way back before cell phones, the phrase, "Hey, watch where you're going!" can be found in plenty places. But one thing is kind of puzzling, at least at first. Most of science is like this. Puzzling at first. But then they do some experiments, figure stuff out, and it makes sense. Anyhow, the puzzli
  8. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb28Post.mp4 If you happened to be wandering through the jungle and found an angry gorilla charging at you, what would be the best response? Those who study primates tell us that you break off eye contact, lower your gaze, perhaps look off to the side. And be as passive as you can. If the gorilla is really angry, he'll put his nose a few fractions of an inch away from yours, and give you the gorilla stare of death. (And probably some pretty nasty breath as well...) Needless to say, this is perhaps the most terrifying thing we
  9. Superstitious Alchemy Connections: https://mindpersuasion.com/superstitious-alchemy-connections/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec12Loop.mp4
  10. https://mindpersuasion.com/fomo-ingredients/
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