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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug07APost.mp4 It can be argued that the main source of all modern problems is instinct mismatch. Our instincts, that were calibrated for a much different environment are not well suited for our modern life. Back in the day, eating as much as you can, whenever you could, so long as it tasted good was a FINE strategy. Those who had this instinct would survive every well. They were always hungry, always tasting thing, and when they found something that tasted GOOD, they are as much of it as they could. This "good taste" was calibrated with food that had nutritional value. Meaning the lucky ancient guys who had the lucky genes that made meat and animal fat taste good, survived. Those unlucky folks who thought that tree bark and dirt tasted good did not. But today, that "eat anything that tastes good" instinct will kill you. Consider that a corollary to the "all pain due to instinct mismatch" theory for modern success. In order to better manage your thinking and behaviors, it's a matter of understanding and managing your instincts. Of thinking and planning what you want to do, rather than being led by your instincts. One way our instincts mess us up is how we imagine things. Way back in the day, the top alpha got most of the sex. So naturally, everybody wanted to BE the top dog. But since our BRAINS are our best feature, and not our claws or our speed or our ferocious yell, we competed with our brains. Hunting was much more BRAIN than BRAWN. You had to outthink, out smart, and out CONSPIRE against the things you wanted to kill and eat. Who ever could THINK their way into a big kill would be the alpha. And that best THINKER would get the most sex. A very closer modern approximation of that is a quarterback. Forgetting about coaches and memorized plays, just the appearance reminds of us of the ancient alpha. The QB has to read the defense. The QB has to make split decisions in the face pressing danger. The QB is the guy calling the shots. So when ancient men laid awake under the stars at night, the were trying to OUT THINK each other. They each wanted the same thing, for the same reward. They wanted to come up with the BEST PLAN to find something to kill. Every night was a kind of private, "fantasizing contest." Every day was a continuous "QB contest." The winners got EVERYTHING. Today, like most of our other instincts, we get it backwards. Today, we use our powerful brains to imagine all the things that could go wrong. This is not natural. This is not normal. This is also not such a big deal. Because once you RE-CALIBRATE your fantasizing brain, you can get out there and GET SOME. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/anxiety-killer/
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  5. Many people consume self help books the same way they consume fiction. We humans like fiction because it's in a certain structure. Many movies, myths, even comic book stories follow a hero's journey structure. Even if it isn't about a traditional hero, it follows the same path. The protagonist must go through some kind of growth, self discovery, etc. And there is an antagonist of some sort, that the protagonist must eventually confront. This can be anything. Nature, another human, his or her own limiting beliefs. All stories need conflict. And when we watch or read or listen to those stories, we do so because we like to go along for the ride. We imagine it's us as the hero, and our obstacles as the antagonist. We imagine we are the ones destroying OUR bad guys. Way back before recorded human history, these stories were highly inspirational, but in a very real, down to earth way. Getting our needs met was hard, dangerous work. And it took time. It didn't involve making phone calls or having conversations. It required hard physical labor, sometimes against another living entities. And having a collection of hero stories in mind to keep us going forward was very helpful. It can be the same today, but it is also easy to forget the purpose of stories. It would feel kind of weird imagining that you are the hero slaying a dragon while you are giving a sales report in front of your peers. This is why people tend to consume self help the same way we consume fiction. We read self help books and imagine that we can one day solve all our problems, and defeat the bad guy and get the girl. Thinking of an imaginary future us is really not that different from thinking of an imaginary us in the hero's journey story. Especially if you don't change your behaviors. Which unfortunately, most people don't after ready self help type stuff. But in the daily behaviors is where all the money is. Essentially, solving all your problems is simple. First imagine the specific behaviors YOU would do to solve your problems, or get what you want. Then break them down into their smallest parts. And start practicing. Figure out some simple thing you can practice EVERY DAY that would eventually get you to the skill level you desire. Where you can solve your problems and get your needs met. This is normal, natural and common in things like sports and music. Not so much in other areas, like thinking and communication. Luckily, EVERYTHING is a skill. And all you got to do to get better is to start practicing. A good place to start is to practice thinking better. Because thinking is the first thing before any new actions. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/hallucinating-mind/
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