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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug23Post.mp4 It's always cool when you find a secret hack. Hack, of course, is a very broad category. Once when I was in elementary school, I found a coupon for a free candy bar on the last page of the Sunday comics. I went and got one, verified there weren't any strings, and called my friend. Behind the supermarket they had a large dumpster that was somehow filled up with Sunday papers by the afternoon. Neither of us had any idea why. But we went dumpster diving for the Sunday comics. And sure enough, for pretty much e
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr29Post.mp4 We humans have crappy memories. Unless you are a freak or have spent some time learning some memory techniques, you forget somebody's name a few seconds after you hear it. Even in school, when we are told exactly what to remember, we study all night, and get a B. If you are a prosecuting attorney, and all you have is eyewitness testimony, you won't even bother. Study after study has shown how faulty our memories are. Even super goofy studies where they have two guys carrying a big painting down the street show half o
  3. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr24Post.mp4 One of the curious functions of our brain is our post event rationalization. Neurologists who study these kinds of things say that our brain can be described as "post event storytelling device." Meaning that our conscious, rational brains are more watchers than choosers. Sure, we CAN think rationally and logically. Otherwise we couldn't build things or plan things or figure out science. But if you are like most people, thinking rationally and logically is hard work. That's why algebra class is HARD. If y
  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr23Post.mp4 One very common, and very dangerous fallacy is the "set and forget" idea. This is possible in some areas, but not others. For example, you learn to tie your shoes and you're done. A few rounds of trial and error, figure it out and you're good. Riding a bike, driving a car, making a peanut butter sandwich. All these are skill that are EASY to put into the level of unconscious competence. But many other skills are not so easy. Cooking, for example, you can continue to learn as long as you live. There are
  5. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr21Post.mp4 This place where I used to live had an arm wrestling stand set up near the main station. It was just a tallish table, with a couple of slots for people to put their elbows in. It was only up during the summer. Where guys could stop and compete on their way home from drinking in the pubs around the station. On the other hand, they also have professional arm wrestlers. People spend their career getting stronger and stronger for arm wrestling competitions. Most of us, however, only arm wrestle under certain scen
  6. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr20Post.mp4 Getting what you want from others is one of the prime directives of life. When you're a kid, the name of the game is getting stuff from your parents. Then later, it's getting stuff from your teachers. Not necessarily stuff FROM them, but to avoid getting stuff from there. You might say that a meta description of this is getting people to BEHAVE the way you want. To give you stuff, or to leave you alone. Listen to ANYBODY talk about the "state" of the world, and you'll find two very common themes. One is it'
  7. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr19Post.mp4 All animals, including humans, are driven by instincts. William James, an old school psychologist from 100 years ago said humans have tons of instincts and tons of learning capability. Consider that these CAN be the same. One reason for our "self awareness" is we can use it to learn new instincts. To learn new things to the point of unconscious competence. Normally, when we talk about learning things to this point, we say things like "learning by heart." Or learning them until they become "second nature." T
  8. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr18Post.mp4 A very common communication anxiety is what to say. You are going into a job interview, so you practice what to say. You want to walk across the room and talk to somebody interesting, and you wonder what to say. You've got a number, and you want to call, or text, and you wonder what to say. On the other hand, some people can get away with saying pretty much anything. When we focus only on the words, we miss a LOT of what's going on. In fact, words are only the surface level of much deeper communication that is g
  9. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar11Post.mp4 Taking an acting class is a lot of fun. Particularly if you don't want to be an actor. That way, you can relax, have fun, and play around. For beginning acting classes, the main point is to stretch your comfort zone. To get comfortable acting like a goof. And there are also some pretty good frame building exercises. The stronger frame you can create, based on an imaginary character, the better of actor you'll be. The BEST folks in the world, who can read a script, create an imaginary character, and the beli
  10. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct25Post.mp4 A long, long time ago, I took a class in differential equations. We had learned a very simple, and very elegant way to solve equations. Except I couldn't quite wrap my mind around it. I had to rely on old school techniques. More like brute force techniques. After one test, the professor wrote a note on my test. I had gotten a decent score, so he couldn't quite criticize me. But I got the feeling he was messing with me nonetheless. One of those things that seems like a compliment but is really a covert
  11. Why Being Yourself Is Excellent Advice: https://mindpersuasion.com/be-yourself-is-excellent-advice/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July23Loop.mp4
  12. There is a clear discrepancy between what we say we want, and what we really want. The things we TELL ourselves (and each other) what we want is based partially on what we SHOULD want. But the things we actively GET, especially when nobody's looking, is what we REALLY want. This is one main reason why marketing studies must be done like medical studies. As objectively as possible. If you ask people for feedback, they'll tell you what they think you WANT to hear. So marketers have to take care to set up special studies so they can OBSERVE what people choose. S
  13. There is one powerful technique that can significantly bolster your frame. This is very easy and requires zero thinking. But it's something that many people are uncomfortable doing. Yet at the same time, you'll find this one technique is something VERY powerful speakers can do. And that is to PAUSE while speaking. A common reason for exhibiting a less than strong frame is being nervous. And when we are nervous, we tend to speak quickly and swallow some of our words. We don't like social attention, so we want to get rid of it as quickly as possible. For e
  14. https://mindpersuasion.com/nested-frame-control/
  15. https://mindpersuasion.com/golden-rules-of-persuasion/
  16. Chaos theory is a pretty interesting concept. It states that despite living in a deterministic universe, we can’t predict things very far into the future. This has nothing to do with the accuracy of the measuring equipment, nor does it have anything to do with Quantum Physics. They figured this out when they started looking at computerized weather modeling. Even though weather has only a few variables, it’s impossible to predict. They took a starting point, and let it run a few weeks in computer time. They end point was a certain weather system. Then they too
  17. Next time you are in the middle of a randomly flowing conversation, do this experiment. Watch not only how people talk, but watch how the content of the conversation is an organically evolving "thing." Kind of like a beach ball at a concert or sporting event. People kind of see it bouncing around. When it comes their way they try and keep it bouncing around. Watch people watching this imaginary "conversational ball" floating around. Most people are doing a couple of things when they are NOT talking. They are paying attention to whoever is talking. And th
  18. Human fears are an insanely useful thing. But only if we use them correctly. The "incorrect" use of fear is not dealing with it. A long time ago, I used to be a big fan of Stephen King. The movie, "Creepshow," which came out in the 80's, was about a bunch of short stories. He played one of the goofy characters. He was a hillbilly type who found a meteor. He picked it up, and it oozed meteor juice all over him. Since it was a comedy-horror movie, the meteor juice immediately started to mutate his arm. He thought about going to the doctor, but was sto
  19. A long time ago, all societies had what is called an "oral tradition." Long before writing was invented, people had to maintain the "narrative" of who they were as a collection of stories and myths. And the only way they could keep these intact was to keep telling them over and over. Every tribe had a couple of storytellers. And these storytellers weren't thought of as high priests or anything. They were just the oldest guys who told stories to the rest. Then when kids grew up, they would more or less "self-select" for the storyteller of the next generation.
  20. People are consumers of ideas. We crave information in all its forms. Social media, TV, conversations with others. The more compelling and interesting the information is, the better it feels. Kind of like food. We like food that tastes good. We don't like food that doesn't taste good. A long time ago, this was tightly calibrated. The stuff that tasted good was healthy and kept us alive and kicking. Meat, fat, fruits, veggies, nuts, roots, etc. Stuff that didn't taste good was stuff that was dangerous. Dirt, tree bark. We didn't have t
  21. A lot of the way reality works is really backwards. One reason is we humans have a tough time with any "cause-effect" ideas. We tend to assume connections where none exist. This has been demonstrated in children as young as six months. They believe it allowed for quick thinking back in the days of hunters and gathers. Many of our problems today stem from having hunter-gatherer instincts in a modern world. Another problem arises when we understand the relationships between our beliefs and the things we see. Most people believe they more or less see the world t
  22. https://mindpersuasion.com/tongue-fu/
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