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  1. If you watch a lot of movies, you'll start to see patterns. Long ago, when the first Harry Potter movies started coming out, a buddy of mine was perplexed. He didn't read the books, and wanted to know what all the fuss was about. So he went to see the first movie. After he saw it, he was still a bit perplexed. "Dude, it's just like Star Wars. I don't get it," he said. And he was correct. An orphan finds out he's special. This special orphan has to go on a mission. To find and kill some bad guy. Harry and Voldemort, Luke and Vader. Luke had a light saber and was a Jedi. Harry had a magic wand, and was a wizard. In fiction, they say there are only seven basic stories. If you study music, you'll find the same chord progressions in pretty much every song. Funny thing about humans is most of us tend to pay attention to the CONTENT, but not the STRUCTURE. The STRUCTURE of every hero's journey movie is essentially the same. An orphan finds out he's special. He meets a bunch of friends, and has to fight against a bad guy. When Joseph Campbell wrote the book about this structure, after studying mythology from around the world, gave it an appropriate title: "The Hero With 1000 Faces." Luke Skywalker, Harry Potter, Neo, Peter Parker, Dorothy, and on and on. This is a very, very cool thing. Because once you understand the STRUCTURE of something, coming with different content is VERY easy. What else has a similar structure? Humor. Nearly all humor is based on ambiguity. A quick story, and then the "punch line." The punch line nearly ALWAYS leverages some kind of ambiguity. Some jokes are set up so we assume the ambiguity goes one way, but it goes the other. The famous Groucho Marx joke: "Last night I shot an elephant in my pajamas. How he got into my pajamas I'll never know!" Even elementary school yard riddles are based on ambiguity. Why is six afraid of seven? Seven ate nine! What did the ocean say when the tide came in? Long time no sea! Why did the boy study on an airplane? He was in high school! Once you understand the structure of humor, telling jokes is easy. Making up jokes is easy. Because built into our language is a TON of ambiguity. Once you start playing with other people's ambiguity, you can have a lot of fun. Wanna know what ELSE is based a lot of vague ambiguity? Hypnosis. And when you combine the structure of hypnosis with humor, a wizard you will become. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/party-hypnosis/
  2. If you're going to sell something to somebody, there are basically two ways. The thing about sales is it's all about numbers. No matter what kind of technique you're using, you'll never sell all people. You won't even sell most people. The name of the game is to always IMPROVE your percentages. You can improve how well you qualify. So you don't even start your "pitch" until you KNOW you have a high probability candidate. Somebody who WANTS the kind of thing you are selling. And who wants it NOW. These types of sales jobs are hard to find. Why? Because this requires a lot of TRAINING. And guess what? Most companies that hire sales people also know it's about numbers. See, they know that some people are natural sellers, and others aren't. Which means if they keep hiring people, and teach them the bare minimum, eventually they'll get a few that are pretty good salespeople. This type of sales is like human automation. Human automation in hiring. Human automation in selling. Technique is not that important to this model. Numbers is king. This is the HARD way to sell. What's the easy way? Sitting down with or speaking to a warm client. Finding out ALL their criteria. Expanding their criteria. Getting them to think about what they want. To build up a HUGE ball of desire in their brain. They more they talk, the BIGGER their desire gets. The bigger their desire gets, the more likely they are to buy. This is the absolute EASIEST way to sell something to somebody. But you can also use this technique socially. When you're selling, it's obvious to everybody it's a persuasive conversation. But if you were speaking to somebody socially, there isn't supposed to be ANY reason for the conversation. Other than just to get to know each other hopefully enjoy each other's company. The META intention is to find a few people whose company you REALLY enjoy. This is SUPPOSED to happen naturally and organically. And it can. From THEIR perspective. But from YOUR perspective, you'll have a few secret weapons up your sleeve. (or in your brain) And that is a thorough understanding of what ALL people want. If you guide the conversation here, and use the same strategy you'd use in a sales situation, but much more covertly, it will work just as well. Except they'll start to see YOU as somebody they want to hang around. They'll see YOU in a much different category than everybody else. A much BETTER category. To them, it will seem like an organic process. A VERY LUCKY accident that they met you. But YOU'LL know the truth. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/party-hypnosis/
  3. There are plenty of ways to use covert hypnosis. Most people immediately think of two categories. Sales and seduction. Once you learn how to use covert hypnosis effectively, you can make a ton of money in sales. Naturally, there is a learning curve. Luckily, this is an ENDLESS learning curve. Meaning the more you practice, the better you get. The better you get, the more money you'll make. If you enjoy talking to people, eliciting their criteria, and then using covert hypnosis to leverage their criteria, this is a pretty good way to make a living. Same with seduction. Even if you never "close the deal," being able to speak to people socially and get them fired up is a LOT of fun. Many people start off learning covert hypnosis for seduction, hoping to get laid. But then they discover just how FUN it is talking to people. Using patterns to turn up their energy and excitement. Even if you NEVER want to see them again. It's common to see the world through filters. People that you WANT to have sex with, and people you don't. People you WANT to sell things to, and people you don't. People you WANT to become friends with, and people you don't. Most tend to use these filters subconsciously. If you see somebody that DOESN'T pass these filters, they kind of get lost in the background. But it turns out that these are the MOST FUN to play with. To PRACTICE using patters on. Why? Because you have nothing to lose, since you don't way to create any kind of relationship. That means you have EVERYTHING to gain. Being able to walk up to ANYBODY you see and get them in a good, happy outgoing mood is a very POWERFUL skill to have. Forget about those goofs in those billion dollar movies running around PRETENDING to be superheroes. Being the guy or gal who makes EVERYBODY feel better is the REAL super power. One you can practice every single day. And like any other skill, the more you practice, the better you get. The better you get, the more fun you'll have. Then you'll notice the TRUTH about these linguistic super powers. That once you see how much FUN you can have with ordinary people, you'll start to see opportunities EVERYWHERE. Opportunities for love. Opportunities for business. Opportunities for friendship. And ENDLESS opportunities for playful happiness. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/party-hypnosis/
  4. The concept of ROI is insanely important. ROI, or "return on investment," is a necessary component of successful businesses. But it's also a necessary component of all living things. Living things NEED energy. Living things have to expend energy to get energy. No living thing exists if it spends MORE energy than the energy it gets. Maybe there were some ancient monkeys who spent 500 calories getting bananas that only had 400 calories. But they all went extinct. Since spending 500 calories to get only 400 back doesn't make much sense. It's kind of like how most slot machines are programmed. For every hundred bucks you put in, you get out $95. It doesn't take ALL your money at once, but it keeps you interested. Beyond simple ROI, we can also think in terms of MAXIMIZING ROI. For example, if you spend a dollar and get back fifty, that's pretty good! A lot of recent graduates today are realizing they've made a huge mistake. They've borrowed a bunch of money to get an education. With looking at details, it SEEMS like a good idea. Borrow some money, get an education, get a job, get a fat paycheck and pay back the money you borrowed to get the education. But many are finding out that there aren't many high paying jobs they can get with their education. Their RETURN (on the investment which is also debt) is TOO LOW to pay off that debt. They've borrowed tens of thousands to get a degree, but the job they get with that degree only pays twenty bucks an hour. Not such a great return. Any kind of self development can be looked at through an ROI lens. What does it cost to learn the skill? What will having the skill get you? Will that thing the skill gets you be enough to pay off the original costs? These are tough questions. Questions few people like to consider. But there is a skill that is very cheap to learn. The main cost is the time. The skill? How you use language. Persuasive language. Influential language. Seductive language. Hypnotic language. This is also a skill that has NO upper limit. The more you practice, the better you get. And all it takes to practice is TIME and EFFORT. Get Started: http://mindpersuasion.com/party-hypnosis/
  5. Most people never think about words. Well, most people never think about much of anything. We just kind of show up, do what everybody else is doing, and call it good. But everybody who's ever made a ton of money, or made an impact has done something BEYOND just showing up and following the crowd. Some of these folks are inventors. Some of them are artists, or creators. But you don't have to think in terms of monumental achievements to have some fun. Because smack dab in the middle of the space between thoughts and words is a HUGE playground. Most people never think about how they think. Most people never think about what they say. But right there, between thoughts and words is a potentially ENDLESS playground. If you want, you can leverage this potential to make a lot of money. If you want, you can leverage this potential to have a lot of sex. Or, really help people get over internal blocks. Or, if you are the wallflower type, just pay close attention to the way people speak, the words and linguistic structures they use, and see what's REALLY on their mind. There have been a few characters or archetypes who can read people's emotions. These characters use this skill to become expert negotiators. This is VERY possible. Not just in the movies, but in your life. YOUR life. It requires taking some time to learn the atomic bits of linguistic thought processes. But after you take the time to awaken your understanding of these ideas, you will have huge insight into people's subconscious thinking. You will be able to understand MORE about their deep desires and fears than they do. If they are your enemy, you will be able to crush them. IF you want them on your side, you'll be able to leverage their subconscious desires with incredible effectiveness. Even if you NEVER want to apply these skills, being able to peer deeply into their subconscious minds WILL feel like a super power. Of course, you can have a bit of fun as well. Twisting people's thoughts into pretzels is a fine hobby. One that will make you the star of any party and social scene you like. Becoming a master of words is something that has TONS of applications. And all you need to practice is a pen, some paper and your brain. Nobody needs to know but you. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/party-hypnosis/
  6. Dale Carnegie came across a lot of golden tips back in the day. He started his deal during the depression. When people were struggling. Kind of like today. All his ideas in his famous book, "How To Win Friends And Influence People," came from a public speaking club he founded. It was kind of a lab for interpersonal ideas. People would go out and try things, and come back, and give a speech. The speeches were restricted to ONLY two minutes. So they had to be quick, they had to be engaging, and they had to be packed with information. One of the golden nuggets was the idea of HOW, specifically, to be interesting TO other people. This, of course, is a deep human desire. To meet somebody, make an impression, and get them interested in you. Either for romance or for business, this skill would obviously come in VERY handy. The simple takeaway that Carnegie found was to be interesting TO other people, all you really need to do is be interested IN them. Now, this sounds simple. But most people have trouble with this simple advice. Why? Because most people find other people kind of boring. But here's the thing. It's EASY to be interested in interesting people. Being interested in interesting people won't get you very far. And you'll have tons of competition. Because if YOU find somebody interesting, so do plenty of other people. This is why attractive females have it so easy. Tons of dudes are always hanging around doing whatever she asks. A real skill is to be interested in the PERSON. Not the appearance. This is pretty easy once you take apart the structure of language. When you learn to ask a few questions and follow up questions. By looking at the relationship between their thoughts and their words, your interest in them will go far deeper than anybody else's. Especially when you use covert hypnosis to significantly amplify their existing desire. EVERYBODY wants something. So much that this pretty much all anybody talks about. So if you can turn off your own brain, listen to their desires and use the patterns from covert hypnosis to EXPAND their desires, they'll remember YOU much more than anybody else. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/party-hypnosis/
  7. Everybody loves a fantasy. One of the biggest inflection points of the hero's journey is in the beginning. Usually, the hero is offered an opportunity to go on a journey. But they turn it down. Later, something happens, and they are FORCED to go on the journey. We normal humans like this very much. Why? Because we all have a love-hate relationship with our comfort zone. On one hand, we hate that it's so constraining. We'd LOVE to be able to step outside of it and get some of the good stuff that we KNOW is out there. But at the same time, the idea of deliberately going outside of our comfort zone is TERRIFYING. So much that we hate the idea of doing it alone. Which is why we LOVE this part of the hero's journey. When the hero is FORCED to go outside of his or her comfort zone. When they don't have a choice. Because we would LOVE something like that to happen to us. This is essentially how most of us live our lives. WAITING for something to happen. Because most of us are terrified of making something happen. This is true on big, life changing levels. This is true on tiny, daily, normal social situation levels. For example, we're at a party with some friends. We go to parties because we love the idea of meeting new and exciting people. And having new and exciting experiences. But we're also kind of too scared to make that happen. This is where YOU come in. Because with a little bit of thinking, YOU can be the one to set people free. YOU can be the one to give them an exciting experience. It's all based on how you speak to them. Because smack dab in the middle of every word you speak and hear is MAGIC. (Here is magic...) Potential to make every conversation a life changing experience. A memorable experience. Needless to say, if you walk the Earth giving out experiences like this, people will remember YOU as the one who set them free. That same archetype who teaches the young and clueless hero what's what. You'll find one in every hero's journey story. And you can BE one everywhere you go. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/party-hypnosis/
  8. Everybody loves a sense of humor. It's rare that humor doesn't have a place. But developing a sense of humor can seem difficult. You could try and memorize a bunch of jokes. Which could work, but then again it could backfire. Timing is an important part of humor. If you tell the wrong joke at the wrong time, you'd be better off having kept your mouth shut. Being funny in a SPONTANEOUS way is much better. A very basic and common way would be to simply know a whole bunch of jokes and anecdotes. So when somebody says something, you can say: "That's like the guy who..." and away you go. So long as the joke is relevant, you'd be pretty good. However, it would also be clear that all these anecdotes would be MEMORIZED. It would be a kind of prepared spontaneity. This is how many stand up comedians make it LOOK LIKE they are riffing in the moment. The art of improvisation is learning to work with WHATEVER you get. However, being able to accept everything that is coming at you, and responding with MEMORIZED humor still requires you MEMORIZE a ton of jokes. This is what those world class improv guys do. They memorize a TON of short routines on a TON of subjects. So no matter what comes AT them, they can flip it around into something funny. From a structural standpoint, this is the same as a salesperson who practices overcoming TONS of objections. And in TONS of different ways. If you want to develop your sense of humor, do you need to go to all this work? No, you do not. It's much easier to notice the build in "funny" structure of language. Once you get the hang of this, you can easily riff on ANYTHING anybody says. Not only for humor, but for mind bending silliness. This comes from understanding the structure of hypnosis. Not direct hypnosis, where you walk around swinging a watch. But COVERT hypnosis. Where the only person who knows what's going on is you. Once you learn the structure of covert hypnosis, you'll find TONS of opportunities built into every day language. This will give you a huge range of riffing potential. Turning statements into silliness. Turning certainty into confusion. Even getting away with saying the CRAZIEST things. Things that make people laugh out loud, and then suddenly forget. In between thoughts and words is TREASURE. Treasure that only you will be able to see. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/party-hypnosis/
  9. How can you become more memorable? There are plenty of ways. For example, suppose you showed up at a party, stood in the center of the room, stripped off your clothes and started singing "My Way." That would definitely get your remembered. But not in a good way. Another way to be remembered is to always try to out-do everybody. To be the guy or gal with all the answers. To be the one who knows everything. The one who ALWAYS needs to have the last definitive word. Sure, this would get your remembered. Only people would remember to not invite you to any parties. Another way to be remembered would be to be an entertainer. Plenty of people do this, mostly to enhance their pick up. Learn a few magic tricks. Learn something unique like handwriting analysis or Tarot card reading. This would definitely get you remembered. But you would be considered an entertainer. The guy who shows up and gives everybody a free show. This is better than what most people do. Stand with their backs up against the wall, or safely around their friends, and only participate in safe and familiar conversations. But there's another way. A way that will get people looking forward to seeing you. Not to be entertained by you, but to interact with you. See, entertaining people is essentially a passive process. They don't have to do much to enjoy the magic tricks or whatever. But if you can learn to engage with people, to put some interesting thoughts into their brain, thoughts that will resonate for a while, they will definitely remember you. Imagine being able to covertly deliver post-hypnotic suggestions. So every time they see a blue car, they'll remember you in a positive way. Or when they see their alarm clock go off the next morning, they'll imagine you and a talking kangaroo making waffles. This will make them not only remember you, but talk about you. Actively PROMOTE you. "You're having a party, dude you HAVE to invite this one guy!" Language is an extremely powerful tool. One that very few people appreciate. One that fewer still take time to understand and improve. Which means when YOU do, you'll stand out in their minds. WAY out. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/party-hypnosis/
  10. There are two types of hypnosis that aren't really hypnosis. They are based on setup more than anything. Without that setup, the "hypnosis" is much less effective. The first is stage hypnosis. Consider everything that goes into getting "hypnotized" on stage. For one, the hypnotist has to have a ton of authority. Enough to sell tickets. Then he begins by "hypnotizing" the audience. And while he's doing this, he looks out to find the BEST subjects. Then he calls people up to the stage. And once they are up on the stage, he usually gives them another hypnotic test. The ones who pass get to stay up on stage. The ones who don't are kicked off. So far, what this is a VERY rigorous sorting process. What is he sorting for? The people who are the most SUSCEPTIBLE to hypnosis. Think of a guy who advertised his hypnosis show on Facebook. The ad was seen by maybe 50,000 people. Of those 50,000 people, 50 bought a ticket. Of those, 10 people came up on stage. Of those ten, 8 stayed up after the hypnosis test. He hasn't even used any hypnosis yet, but he's already found the 8 people out of 50,000 that are the MOST SUSCEPTIBLE to hypnosis. And guess what? If you have 8 people out of 50,000 who are INSANELY susceptible to hypnosis, you don't need much hypnosis. You just basically TELL THEM what to do, and they'll do it. And if you watch any stage hypnotist, this is what they do. What about YouTube hypnotists? They do the same thing. The FILTER out the most susceptible people who are the EASIEST to hypnotize. They do it a bit differently, but they still do it. They try their hypno-game on a couple hundred people a day. But the edit out all the ones that don't work. It might take them a week, but they'll eventually get 5-10 people who are VERY EASY to put into a trance. If you try this yourself, you'll find that 1-2% of the population will basically do whatever you tell them. Stage hypnosis and YouTube hypnosis are a sorting process to FIND these people. Once you find those people, the actual words don't matter. But what if you don't want to sort people? What if you want to actually LEARN hypnotic words? Words that will work on most everybody? You can. Because such a kind of hypnosis exists. Because it's COVERT hypnosis, nobody but you can know you are using it. And if you take the time to learn it, it will make you incredibly powerful. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/party-hypnosis/
  11. There are a lot of goofy ideas about hypnosis that come from the movies. The stereotypical movie hypnotist is a guy who just snaps his fingers and puts people into a trance. Then he delivers a few post-hypnotic suggestions and then snaps his fingers again. The poor guy comes out of trance, and does goofy things. One typical trope that shows up occasionally is when the hypnotist dies. He'll put some guy in a trance as part of a stage show. And then give him a post hypnotic suggestion to only cluck like a chicken. Then the guy will be clucking like a chicken. Everybody in the audience is laughing, etc. But then the hypnotist dies. The joke being that without the hypnotist to UNDO the trance, the poor guy will be clucking like a chicken the rest of his life. In reality, hypnosis is much more complicated. And while it IS possible to embed post hypnotic suggestions, they're not quite like they make it in the movies. How, exactly, do you do it? One way is with the cooperation of the subject. For example, suppose a guy wants to quit smoking. And the hypnotist gives him the suggestion to think about breathing clean, mountain air every time he gets a cigarette craving. In this situation, putting in the post-hypnotic suggestion is an attempt to AUGMENT a concurrently existing CONSCIOUS desire. The post hypnotic suggest will help the guy REMEMEMBER, but he still has to do the work on his own. To FORCE his brain to take time to imagine the clean mountain air. Hypnosis is not nearly as AUTOMATIC as we'd like to think. Especially when it comes to making people do things they WOULDN'T otherwise do. Like cluck like a chicken up on stage in front of a bunch of strangers. But you CAN use hypnosis to slowly move people AWAY from things they fear, and TOWARD things they want. Especially if something is keeping them stuck. This is the main reason why we LOVE telling each other stories. Ever since the dawn of time, people have been telling each other stories. These stories are not random. Nor are they purely for entertainment. One of the MAIN reasons for most ancient stories is expressly to put in these post-hypnotic suggestions. This is the classic hero's journey story. What is the post hypnotic suggestion embedded within the hero's journey? When you see the super villain, you will feel courage, and you will be MOTIVATED to kill him. This type of story is PERFECT for ancient humans who had to survive in a very scary world. And who had to often face large, scary animals. Having a HUGE COLLECTION of hero's journey stories in their brains gave them the confidence. You can do the same thing. Create the ideal stories, with the ideal post hypnotic suggestions built in. Then you can get people to do whatever you want. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/storytelling-magic/
  12. Humans are curious creatures. If you saw some guy up on stage jamming with his guitar, you'd assume he'd spent a lot of time practicing. If you saw some ripped guy or gal walking down the street, you'd assume they spent a lot of time in the gym. And a lot of time eating healthy food. If you met somebody that spoke several languages, you'd assume they spent a lot of time practicing. But sometimes we see people with skills, and we just assume they were born with those skills. It's even more complicated when we understand that some people have certain advantages. For example, if somebody grows up in a family that speaks many languages, and the live in a country that speaks many languages, and they go to a school that speaks many languages, their multi-language skill was more or less passively learned. But that's not the ONLY way to learn many languages. Anybody can learn many languages. IF they are willing to put in the time and effort. And if they are willing to pay the opportunity costs. What are opportunity costs? The things you GIVE UP in order to learn the skill. Opportunity costs come with everything. Learning skills, getting in shape, losing weight. EVERYBODY would LOVE a magic pill that gives them an instant skill. Everybody would LOVE to play and instrument, but few are willing to put in the time. Everybody would LOVE to have a toned body, but few are willing to put in the time. Some skills can SEEM even harder. Like communication and persuasion skills. These seem to be LOCKED behind a wall of social anxiety. Sure, practicing the piano is BORING. But it doesn't cause any anxiety. But things like persuasion are paradoxically HARDER than playing the piano. Why paradoxically? Because while the skills themselves are fairly easy, they are ASSOCIATED with tons of anxiety. The added anxiety makes them seem TERRIFYING to learn. But take away the anxiety, and learning things like persuasion is EASY. Even EASIER is something like seduction. Of talking to people and getting them INTERESTED in you. Removing the anxiety makes learning skills like this VERY ENJOYABLE. So much that the opportunity costs essentially drop to zero. This requires that you go SLOWER than you want to. To build up momentum. To get to the point where you WANT to move forward, but you must consciously slow yourself down. When you get to this point, learning how to SEDUCE PEOPLE because very, very enjoyable. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/girls-like-you/
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  16. https://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotic-stripper-witch/
  17. Everybody loves resonance. Of course, few people ever take the time to study the scientific aspects of it. But if you’ve ever had fun on a swing as a kid, you were a perfect student of resonance. Scientifically, resonance is vibrating a system with an externally applied force, where the externally applied force is the SAME frequency as the system. Kids swing their legs with the same frequency as the kid-swing system. This is how they can get such big oscillations. It’s also how a group of soldiers allegedly collapsed a bridge. Their marching cadence was the same frequency as the bridge. And they got such big oscillations, the bridge collapsed and everybody dies. Of course, this may be a myth. They tried to prove (or disprove) this on the TV show, “Myth Busters,” and were unable to. Resonance is also how you can run your fingers around the rim of a wine goblet, and get it to sing. The small jumps, due to the friction between your finger and the glass, are the SAME frequency as the wine goblet. And by varying the level of wine, you change the resonance frequency, and therefore the pitch. This is how those guys on YouTube can play music with wine goblets. Resonance is also how professionally trained singers can break glass. This is similar to the soldiers on the bridge. The soldiers marched at the same frequency of the bridge until it broke. The singer sings at the same frequency of the glass until it breaks. Humans also can have a resonance frequency. When two people “click” that’s what this means. They are on the same “wavelength.” Their energy is overlapping on many levels. This is those magical dates that start off as simple “meet and greets” and end up as marathon conversations that you NEVER want to end. Most people think these are rare and chance events. But you know better. You know that by studying the art of conversational hypnosis, you can deliberately resonate with a great number of people. And if you can create a carefully written sales page that resonates with a great number of people, you can make a HUGE amount of money. This is why doing this via text is actually MUCH easier. In a conversation, once the words leave your mouth, you can’t re-speak them. But once you’ve got a sales letter and some traffic, you can tweak it. Just like a little kid on a swing keeps tweaking his legs until he’s got the MAXIMUM oscillations. Setting up a sales page and tweaking it until you’ve got MAXIMUM conversations is basically the same process. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotic-copywriting/
  18. They say that we’ve got to see an advertising message about six times before we take action. This is a pretty old statistic based on old advertising techniques. Billboards, TV ads, newspaper ads, etc. Things that pop up and only exist in our peripheral attention. For example, you’re sitting and watching TV, and an ad pops on. You don’t pay attention to the ad very much. So we watch ads passively like we watch most TV. There are a lot of variables that determine how well a TV ad slips into your brain. What kind of a day you are having. The interest (or lack) you have on the TV show. Wether you are putting off doing something (like the dishes) or are finished for the day. Reading long sales pages are something else entirely. The longer people read, the more their interest is held. And if you have a well written sales page, based on slippery slope technology, they’ll get more and more interested. Especially when you apply fractionation. Fractionation is a very misunderstood concept. People think it’s a quick and easy “trick” to use to seduce women. But it’s a type of covert hypnosis. It can only be used WITHIN covert hypnosis. It’s not something that can be used on it’s own. Unless you are conversationally fluent in covert hypnosis, you can’t use fractionation. It’s kind of like an advanced photoshop technique. Until you learn the basics of photoshop, you can’t learn any advanced photoshop techniques. So, what IS fractionation? It’s when you slip the reader (or listener) in and out of hypnosis. In a conversation or on a slippery slope. Every time they slide BACK INTO hypnosis, it will be much deeper. This is essentially the process of fractionation. Slowly pulling them OUT and slowly putting them BACK IN to a comfortable and pleasant state of hypnosis. Being able to do this conversationally takes a LOT of practice. But you can also do it through text. It requires a fairly long, slippery slope sales letter. But so long as they keep sliding DOWN that sales letter, if they are also sliding IN and OUT of hypnosis, you can use fractionation. So by the time they get to the END of the sales letter, it will FEEL LIKE they have been EXPOSED to the product several times. Many guys do this with girls and seduction without really knowing they are using fractionation. Meet her in one part of the bar. Take her to another part. Take her to another bar. Take her out for waffles. Done correctly, it will FEEL LIKE 4-5 dates, but in ONE NIGHT. And after four or five dates, or four or five exposures to the product, THAT is when the ACTION happens. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotic-copywriting/
  19. One of the most powerful forces of persuasion is authority. The Milgram experiment showed this. A guy in a white coat pretended to be an authority figure. And ONLY on his say-so, people would shock some poor guy. Even to the point where the guy was BEGGING for the pain to stop. The pain and the shocks were fake. The study was a set up. What they really wanted to see was how high of a shock somebody would give a stranger ONLY because the authority said so. The shocks were fake, but the person giving them didn’t know it. Nearly 70% of people gave shocks ONLY because the authority said so. Before they did the study, they figured only a small percentage would give them. The results horrified EVERYBODY. The uncomfortable truth about us humans is that when an authority speaks, we pretty much turn off our brains. We do what they say. We believe what they say. Mostly without even the slightest question. This leads to some VERY uncomfortable truths. One of them is that for many of us, the ONLY REASON we believe what we believe is because some authority figure said so. (It HAS to be true! The guy on TV said so!) On the other hand, if you can LEVERAGE authority, you can convince anybody to do pretty much anything. This is why famous actors do car commercials and other goofy ads. Simply by seeing the famous actor, people buy WAY MORE STUFF. It turns out the REASON they are an authority is irrelevant. Only that they ARE an authority. Which is famous actors, singers and athletes can get away with talking about stuff they really don’t much about. Another POWERFUL idea in persuasion is Dale Carnegie’s golden rule. Which says you can get ANYBODY to do ANYTHING (or believe anything) so long as they think it was THEIR idea. Turns out there is a very clever way to combine these two laws. How? If you KNOW the pain that your customer or target is feeling, you can create the idea that YOU are an authority. If you can accurately describe the pain they are going through, even if it’s very slight pain, they will start to think YOU are an authority. And because it will feel like THEIR idea, it will have a very powerful effect. So when you recommend a SOLUTION for their pain, they’ll accept it without resistance. This is a very powerful technique in copywriting. One you can use in many, many areas. Combined with some hypnotic techniques, it can be your own secret weapon. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotic-copywriting/
  20. https://mindpersuasion.com/secret-stripper-hypnosis/
  21. A lot of efficiencies are built into our mind-body systems. The more you do something, the more efficient you get. This is built into our sensory systems. If you keep perceiving the same things, you’ll get much more efficient. Meaning you brain will naturally learn to perceive MORE information with LESS energy. A good example is chess players vs. non-chess players. If you take a NON chess player, and show them a chess board configuration, they’ll only remember a certain amount of data. The types of pieces, where they are, etc. But if you take an experienced chess player, they’ll look at the same board, and in LESS time, remember MORE information. BUT with a very important caveat. If the chess board is set up as if an actual game were in process, the chess player would remember it EXACTLY the way it is. Because their brains have learned to see STRUCTURES. They’ll immediately see which pieces are threatening other pieces. Which pieces have been taken. They can even recognize the actual game, if it is a famous one. But here’s the kicker. If the chess board is arranged completely randomly, so it’s NOT set up as if it were mid-game, but with the pieces truly scattered randomly around the board, the chess player won’t be able to remember ANY MORE than a non-chess player. Our brains, then, only become more EFFICIENT with respect to specific structures. So the more you learn and practice any particular structure, the BETTER your brain will get at using that structure. The more you practice, the more efficient your brain will be. You’ll see and use MORE with LESS brain energy. So, what structures should you study? Becoming a chess master would be kinda cool. But in reality, there’s not a lot of money in chess. And if you’ve ever been to a chess tournament, they aren’t exactly known for their after-parties, if you catch my drift. And chess skills can really ONLY be applied to chess. How about another common structure, that you can apply ANYWHERE? What structure is that? Language, of course. The more you CONSCIOUSLY learn and PRACTICE the specific structures of language, the more effectively you can use it. And the more effectively you can recognize it. Meaning you can USE language to implant any ideas in anybody’s brain you want. And you can RECOGNIZE language to SEE all the ideas people THINK they are hiding. This is about as close to a REAL super power that you can develop. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotic-copywriting/
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  23. https://mindpersuasion.com/post-hypnotic-suggestions/
  24. There's a very powerful scene at the end of the movie, "Unforgiven." It's when the bad guy is about to kill the sheriff. And the sheriff says, "I don't deserve to die like this." And just before the bad guy shoots him, he says, "Deserving's got nothing to do with it." There are a lot of ways to interpret that scene, as well as the movie. Since it starred Clint Eastwood, who is nearly always a good guy, it's hard to see him as the bad guy. But according to Eastwood, who also directed, the movie was about how violence just destroys everything in its path. Sometimes with no rhyme or reason. With most hero movies, the good guys win in the end. But the question is always in the back of our minds. Since in real life, the good guys don't always win, and the bad guys never seem to get in trouble. Especially the bad guys that run the world. George Carlin frequently talked about this. He would say things like, "It's called the American Dream because you have to be asleep to believe it." Whenever we watch movies and enjoy stories, there's always an uncertain relationship between the story and real life. Is the story trying change the way we behave? Are stories written based on how we wish we could behave? Many people see certain ideas in certain movies, and get upset because of the not so secret "agenda" of the movie makers. But here's the thing. Stories have been told since before recorded history. Even old myths and biblical stories were once ONLY in the "oral tradition." Meaning they were word of mouth stories LONG before anybody ever wrote them down. And there are surprising similarities between stories from thousands of years ago, and stories today. Even blockbuster movies. This should be a clue. A clue WHY we love these types of movies and stories so much. That just MAYBE, they aren't only for entertainment. That MAYBE, they are supposed to motivate us. Inspire us. Get us to get out there and stop wasting our lives. To wake up, and start to take responsibility. To BE the hero of our own lives. How do you BE the hero? Consider that your mission. To find your own destiny. Identify the bad guys, and conquer them. Not just the ones OUT THERE, but the ones IN HERE. The demons within, and the demons without. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/hero/
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