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  1. Long Game Preacher https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  2. Zero Sum Poker Game https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  3. The Tarot Card Prediction Disaster https://mindpersuasion.com/dh/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/the-tarot-card-prediction-disaster
  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug08APost.mp4 There's a kind of popular self help saying that, "the wake doesn't drive the boat." Which kind of means that what happened before doesn't necessarily impact what is going to happen in the future. And like many easy to remember and repeat "truisms" this one is too vague to be of any use. If you were actually driving a boat, you wouldn't even care about the wake. You point the ship or boat where you want to go, and steer accordingly. But humans are not boats. Human memory is very important. And our entire pe
  5. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept23Post.mp4 One of the greatest feelings as a human is one that few people feel today. Ideas like happiness are great for writing newspaper articles. Plenty of academics like to do research on things like happiness. It's something everybody wants, nobody knows how to define, and everybody is clueless on how to get it. So this means there's a lot of interest in the subject. Lots of interest means a lot of people can write a lot of articles about it. But the problems come with HOW they do their research. The first mista
  6. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July15Post.mp4 Being able to predict the future has always been a huge wish. Stories like Mark Twain's, "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court" had the idea of using future prediction skills very powerfully. A guy from then modern times went back to ancient England. He was just about to be burned at the stake when he suddenly remembered what date it was. Luckily, he happened to know when all previous solar eclipses had happened. And since he knew it was ABOUT to happen, he pretended to have super powers of blocking out the s
  7. Time Traveler Future Insights https://mindpersuasion.com/future-human-communication/
  8. What Do Her Dreams Mean? https://mindpersuasion.com/brown-bag-whiskey-drinker/
  9. One very common question you hear during interviews is for a long term plan. Where do you see yourself in five years, that kind of thing. On one hand, this is a pretty standard question. And it's pretty obvious why. Most employers recognize that having long term plans is a generally positive sign. If they had two identical candidates, same resumes, work experience, etc., and the ONLY difference was one guy had a long term career plan, while the other guy said he was only living day to day, the choice would be clear. On the other hand, it's kind of a difficult to a
  10. Humans don't like risk. Whenever an action will yield questionable results, it makes us stop and think. Whenever an action will yield potentially BAD results, it almost guarantees we won't take action. It doesn't help that our conscious brains can only perceive a tiny sliver of what's really going on. This tends to make things seem WAY more risky than they are. Since part of our reptilian brains are always sorting for danger. Which makes it see potential fears everywhere. Even in vagueness. This comes across in weird ways. When we are contemplating
  11. Humans are hard wired to "rise to the occasion." But only when we absolutely have to. In a way, we are very paradoxical creatures. We are best when we're pushed up against the wall. We dig deep, we think the most creatively, we act the most resourcefully. This is why "necessity is the mother of invention." The idea that you can just sit around and think up genius ideas really isn't possible. At least not for many. If you did do that, you would have to consciously PUSH yourself. This is the real difference between geniuses and non-geniuses. We A
  12. They say experience is what you get when you don't get what you want. Once the founder of Sony was asked how a company could double their success rate. He replied simply, "Double your failure rate." Meaning that any time you try something, even if it doesn't work, you get more information. Information that you can feed back into the "system" (either a huge company or your own mind-body system). And the more "data" you have, the more effectively you can get your needs met. Of course, nobody likes "failure." Everybody would LOVE to be able to try something and
  13. Imagine if you lived on a planet where nobody knew anything about exercise. Maybe they'd been in a post industrial, post information society for a few thousand years. And for some reason, all the records of exercise and the affect of physical movement on the body had vanished from the historical records. Imagine further they thought that being tall was like being strong. You were either tall or short. You were either strong or not. You could either run a long ways without getting winded or you couldn't. And then you came along. And calmly explained that
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