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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec29Post.mp4 One of the best pieces of advice in fiction is to show, don't tell. This is one of those things that everybody has heard a billion times. But few have taken the time to understand precisely why this is such good advice. A common complaint is a movie or TV show sucks because of lazy writing. This is usually an example of telling rather than showing. A good piece of fiction requires our participation. We like to watch the plot unfold, and make inferences about what has happened and why. Characters that have complex and unknown back stories make them more mysterious, and therefore more interesting. Every time we see them, we are subconsciously reminded that they have a complex backstory that we don't know about. This makes our brains, from a subconscious standpoint, much more interested in those characters. It's very similar to using curiosity as a marketing strategy. They more curiosity they can generate for any kind of product, the more we'll tend to buy it. When we are watching fiction, and we can put together what's going on, from the clues, we feel a sense of ownership. A sense of discovery. It feels much more like OUR experience. One that we participated in. Moves and TV shows that only TELL, don't require nearly as much brain power. It's much more passive. It's much more like passive watching, rather than participating. This the difference between well written dramas, and movies that depend on special effects and action. This can also be applied to dating, attraction, and seduction. The idea is the same. Show, don't tell. For example, a guy who is TELLING instead of showing will say things like, "I want you to be happy." As if a girl is going to hear that, and suddenly become happy. On the other hand, a guy with much deeper seduction skills will behave in a way that will make her happy. He'll carefully calibrate her behavior, so he can alter his behavior to get the best response. She can just relax and enjoy the ride. Guys mess up with they make it TOO OBVIOUS that they are interested in her. It's much better if she wonders whether you're into her or not. Step one is to behave in a way that will CREATE positive feelings in her. WITHOUT talking about it. Simply by calibrating her behavior, and using her subconscious signals to MAXIMIZE her good feelings. Step two is make sure she is always wondering about you. This will create maximum attraction, in her, for you. All by SHOWING her, and not telling her. The best part is once you make this part of your personality, you can do this with EVERY girl you interact with. Which will create plenty of women out there that are dreaming of you. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/get-girls/
  2. 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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