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  1. Banana Apocalypse: https://mindpersuasion.com/live-training/
  2. Rise Above The Pack Of Beggars: https://mindpersuasion.com/rise-above-the-pack-of-beggars/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  3. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec02Post.mp4 There are two basic models to look at the evolution of human society. Note this is NOT about the evolution of humans. Assuming we started being humans about 200,000 years, there are some very simple "categories" to place humans in this history. One model is our use of energy. Long before we were humans, we discovered fire. Fire was important for two reasons. One, we used it to cook our food. This was kind of like "pre-digesting" it before we ate it. This gave us a lot of extra time. Since this BEFORE our brains got very big, we can assume that while we had all that extra time, whatever we were doing pushed our brain bigger and bigger. What, specifically, was this? The most important thing for all animals is getting food. So when humans were not eating, they were hunting. Critically, they started hunting with fire. Lighting fires in one place, knowing which direction the animals would run. This required abstract thinking and planning. Driving our brains bigger and bigger. Humans are also hierarchical. And since we could use fire to hunt strategically, or otherwise hunt strategically, how did we determine who was at the TOP of the hierarchy? Whoever had the best ideas. Think of a bunch of humans looking at a wooly mammoth. They wouldn't have just run screaming at the animal, everybody doing their own thing and hoping for the best. SOMEBODY had a plan. Well, probably a few people had a plan. But just like a bunch of engineers arguing over the best design for a new product, the BEST plan was chosen through an idea contest. The group considers each idea, and the best one wins. The guy who CONSISTENTLY comes up with the BEST idea is going to be the leader. This is true in modern engineering companies as much as it was back in the days of hunters and gatherers. How society evolved can be described by HOW these idea contests played out. First, it was in hunting. Who could best get the most ENERGY. Then we invented agriculture. This is when things kind of changed. Back in the days of hunter gatherers, they were nomads. But in agriculture, the energy was grown. In the same piece of land. For many, many years. This meant the alpha of agriculture could pass on this "alpha standing" to their kids. For the first time in our human history, humans could INHERIT alpha status. Or "noble blood" as they called it. Back in the days of hunter-gatherers, every generation WAS an alpha contest. Being SON of an alpha didn't mean squat back then. But every since agriculture it was possible to INHERIT alpha standing, but not demonstrate alpha behavior. This is still true today, thousands of years later. This is why just being rich isn't enough. Just having the right looks or the right clothes aren't enough. But if you understand WHAT those ancient, pre-agriculture alpha characteristics are, AND replicate them, you can CLEAN UP. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/social-dominance/
  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan25Post.mp4 The biggest inventions have had to do with energy use. Way back in the day, humans had to chase animals, kill them, and eat them. Because their food lived in small groups, so did humans. When they invented farming, that all changed. Now they could CREATE food at will. This happened 10,000 years ago. This is where they get the phrase, "fruits of your labor." For cavemen and women, the fruits of your labor didn't last long. You spent a time chasing and killing something. You ate it, and pretty soon you'd have to do this all over again. But with farming, you need to do the work up front, and then you can LITERALLY live by the fruits of your labor. Waiting around for your apple tree to grow apples is MUCH easier than chasing an animal that absolutely doesn't want to be killed. Surviving by the fruits of your labor is even friendlier. You don't kill the apple tree when you eat the apples, like you kill the buffalo if you want some buffalo meat. It's almost like there is an unwritten agreement between humans and fruit and grain producing plants. You can think of modern labor in the same way. There is the most basic form of labor. Trading time for money. Even doctors who go to school for nearly a decade are essentially highly skilled traders of time for money. And when you trade time for money, there's always the harsh truth. That if you stop working, you stop earning. Very much like ancient hunters. You stop hunting, you stop eating. Sure, life on a farm is hard work as whttps://mindpersuasion.com/step-by-step-magic/ell. But it's more maintenance. And the bigger farm you've got, the more likely you can hire other people to do the work. This is why money wasn't invented until farming was. At least in any large scale form. But suppose you aren't the farming type? Suppose you also don't like the idea of trading time for money? You can still plant seeds. Seeds that will grow into income that will keep paying you. These, of course, are metaphorical seeds. Yielding fruits of not your physical labor, but your mental and intellectual skills. If you can write a few well converting sales letters, for example, they will be JUST LIKE an apple tree. Spitting out fruit (money) every year. The more of these metaphorical sales-letter-seeds you plant, the more passive income you'll make. Sure, it will still take work. But you'll be BUILDING something that feeds you. Something that won't stop when you do. This is way to leave forever behind the "trading time for money" game so many are forced to play. Get into THIS game, and never look back. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotic-copywritng/
  5. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan22Post.mp4 For most of human history, we were hungry. Literally. Every day the main goal was to find something to eat. The hungriest survived the best. Then they figured out how to grow stuff. This changed everything. This changed how people thought about wealth. Before, wealth was meat. Fish, fruit, roots, etc. Maybe a few animal skins. But after agriculture, wealth was still food. But food could be stored for a long time. Particularly grain. All ancient societies realized that building huge grain warehouses was a good idea. The idea is exactly the same as body fat. If you eat as much as you can, you can store the fat as extra energy. So you could live off that in case you couldn't find anything. But grain could be stored outside the body. And in massive amounts. So you could "coast" a long time, in case of calamity like bad weather or dried up rivers. But this also created another powerful idea. Of using wealth to make more wealth. You weren't required to keep all your excess for yourself. If you were a caveman, and you were hungry, you couldn't exactly borrow some of your friends body fat. (unless you happened to be a cannibal caveman...) But with grain? You could sell it. And do what with the money? Buy more land. Grow and sell more grain. And then buy even MORE land. Keep doing this, and you will own a TON of land. And you'll have a ton of power and influence. This is essentially how wealth has been created since the dawn of time. Figure out a way to make money. Take the money you make, plow it back into the system, and make even more money. This is why land is STILL connected the idea of wealth. Land produces food, which is energy. Land can be mined to find precious metals, or other resources, which is money. But what if you don't have any land? How can you make money? The digital age has created a NEW way to earn a living. Plant seeds, and wait for them to grow. Where, specifically, do you plant seeds? In people's brains. How? The easiest way possible. Words. Powerfully written words. Words that they'll think about. Words that will compel them to action. This is precisely what covert hypnosis is. The idea of telling stories, to plant ideas in their mind. That will grow and help those people become more productive, more confident, more intelligent. And when you combine this idea, of planting seeds in their mind, with the art of copywriting? You've got the absolute best of EVERYTHING humans have ever invented. Language. Wealth generating that will create more wealth. Hypnotic language patterns. And a globally connected economy that will allow you to do this ANYWHERE. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotic-copywriting/
  6. Tofu and the Neolithic Revolution https://mindpersuasion.com/the-history-of-corn/
  7. https://mindpersuasion.com/unlocking-hidden-energy/
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