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  1. Spontaneous Money Shots: https://mindpersuasion.com/spontaneous-money-shots/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug29Loop.mp4
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July28Post.mp4 What does humor and hypnosis have in common? A very similar linguistic structure. Most people never think much about language. We learn it, we use it and that's that. But studying the structure of language can give you a huge advantage. One, because the structure of language IS the structure of thought. When you speak not only articulately but entertainingly, people will make a LOT of assumptions about you. Most of them subconscious. They'll assume, subconsciously, that your brain is as interesting as
  3. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/May05Post.mp4 One man's problem is another man's opportunity. The same situation, seen from a more resourceful mindset, looks much, much different than it does to somebody with a more limited mindset. For example, plenty of guys get at least a little bit upset when their lady gushes over movie stars or musicians or athletes. Some see this as a sign of disrespect. That she should refrain from speaking about such feelings. Or even having such feelings. Most guys have a false beliefs that they are super hero alpha killers.
  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/HS_Sales.mp4 https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/HS_Subs.mp4 https://mindpersuasion.teachable.com/p/hypnotic-seduction/
  5. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar25Post.mp4 The idea of covert hypnosis is extremely compelling. Ever since Dr. Milton Erickson invented it decades ago, it's been applied in pretty much every situation words are used. Sales, seduction, therapy, even comedy. It does, however, take quite a bit of practice. If you are in sales, or therapy, this is the easiest. Both salespeople and therapists tend to see the same people over and over. If you are a real estate agent, you'll get the same concerns, objections, desires, etc. This means when getting ready to
  6. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb14Post.mp4 Science is pretty cool, but also pretty wacky. Not really, since our brains can't really handle much. At least not intuitively. We can only make sense of very simple interactions. We see A happen, and we can sort of predict that B might happen. Even Bastiat, and old school economist from a couple centuries ago noted this. He said it's not what you see that's important, it's what you don't see. He wasn't talking about ghosts or spirits. He was talking about the more complex outcomes of the things we see
  7. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb11Post.mp4 One of the biggest issues people have with language technology is the idea of cheating. Not that using language is cheating. But it kind of feels like cheating. Let me explain. Suppose you're a kid, and you've literally got your hand in the cookie jar. And your mom walks into the kitchen. She says: "Hey! I thought I told you! No cookies before dinner!" There you are, hand literally IN the cookie jar, trying to come up with an excuse that will explain why you're not doing anything wrong. "But, I
  8. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb09Post.mp4 A shortcut way to understand human nature is to look at our instincts. It's very easy to get lost in the metaphors of human thinking. But Cialdini found that most of the reasons we do things are simple and outside of our conscious awareness. And those reasons are few. Social proof, authority, commitment and consistency, and sex. We all like to think we are complex angels with a lot of esoteric reasons behind our thinking. Complex and rational reasons that we sort of understand ourselves, but are hard to articul
  9. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb07Post.mp4 Once I went to large, big box electronic store to pick something up. They had this long, snaking line, where you'd get to the front and have to look down the long row of cashiers. When one was available, they'd hold up a sign with a number, letting the next person in line know. While you were waiting, there was lots of last minute things. Kind of like the stuff you see on the counter of gas station convenience stores and supermarket checkout lines. But since this was a LONG snaking line, there was a TON of stuff.
  10. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan27Post.mp4 Some skills are very technical, and don't spill over too much in other areas. Some skills are very broad, and have a huge impact on pretty much all areas. General conditioning exercise is an example of something that has a positive impact on nearly everything. You sleep better, you become more confident, you get better posture, etc. This is why hitting the gym is always good advice for anybody who's just gotten dumped. Any kind of practice is also beneficial to many areas. This is why having hobbies that are bot
  11. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan23Post.mp4 One of Dale Carnegies golden rules is that you can get anybody to do anything, so long as you get them to believe it was their idea. This can be applied in many, many ways. This is why well written movies are much better than lazily written movies. Well written movies show, rather than tell. We get to discover the meaning for ourselves. And since we discovered this, it's OUR idea, just like Carnegie said. This is precisely why covert hypnosis works so well. It's based on very well calibrated vagueness.
  12. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan18Post.mp4 Language is both extremely powerful yet something we humans rarely think about. It's one component of our powerfully imaginative brains. It can be thought of as a hallucination transmission device. You have an idea, you put words to that idea, and that same idea is now in somebody else's brain. That simple concept, of thinking of an idea, and transmitting that idea to another human may well be the driving force that grew our brains. Between two million years ago and now, our brains tripled in size. Thought an
  13. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov29Post.mp4 A good way to win arguments is to take the long game approach. Most people have plenty of ideas they believe are true. But they couldn't defend them to save their lives. Since pretty much EVERYBODY is like this, nobody really needs to defend their ideas. They just need to present their ideas against their other ideas. Most arguments are really no more than verbal fights. The idea of an old school "argument" where two people carefully explore each other's ideas in hopes of creating a much more robust idea rarely
  14. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov28Post.mp4 Most of us love movies with an unexpected twist. Like when the "Sixth Sense" first came out, people couldn't stop talking about it. Whether it was done deliberately is anybody's guess, but this kind of thing is a fantastic marketing strategy. One, because it's a great way to create word of mouth, free, advertising. Two, it induces people to watch this again and again. The first time, you see the twist and you're: "Whuhhh????" The second time you watch it through trying to see all the things that SEEM obviou
  15. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov27Post.mp4 I used to have this friend that liked doing magic tricks. It was his hobby. But not the tricks themselves, the actual performance of the tricks. Nowadays, with YouTube, there are plenty of people, who make plenty of money, doing tricks on camera. For those who are introverted, yet highly skilled in technical tricks, this is a dream come true. The more you practice, the more you learn, the more money you'll make. My friend told me he had a "magic demon" living inside him. Not really a demon, just a metaph
  16. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov26Post.mp4 One big fear that is associated with using any new language technology is being "caught." We all have a deeply programmed instinct to not steal from others. Any ancient race of humans who thought it was A-OK to steal from your buddies didn't last long. So, evolution gave us all a two-sided instinct when it comes from outright theft. An internal side and an external side. The external side is a healthy fear of repercussions. We might want the thing, but we don't want the angry guy who's thing we stole coming a
  17. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov22Post.mp4 The fear of rejection is very, very common. It's a remnant of our childhood. All kids ask for a billion things. Even if a kid has a 50% success rate, this also means they have a 50% failure rate. Which means even the most successful humans have a crap ton of memories of asking and being told no. Sometimes with patience and kindness. Sometimes with anger and frustration. But we humans are pretty resilient. If you have kids, you maybe wish sometimes that your kids weren't so resilient. We keep pushi
  18. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov20Post.mp4 Hacks are very compelling. Way back when I was in Junior High school, my friends and I all played video games. The kind where you had to put in a quarter. Some games had "patterns" that only some kids knew about. Knowing about these patterns was pretty cool. Many games had different patterns for different levels. Most kids I knew had the patterns for lower levels, but not for higher levels. Trying to figure out what the patterns were was as fun as the game. Once I came across a coupon in the Sunday
  19. Hypothetical Love Insanity: https://mindpersuasion.com/hypothetical-love-insanity/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov18Loop.mp4
  20. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov14Post.mp4 When we humans interact with one another, we very much want to create a positive reaction. This is so deeply instinctive we rarely think about it. Generally speaking, there are only three categories of interaction, with respect to outcome. The most common is we interact with others, and we want very much to create a positive impression. Second is we want them to leave us alone. Third is when we want to be aggressive and defeat them. This can be in a physical confrontation. This can be in a direct argument.
  21. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov11Post.mp4 A very common issue is as follows. A guy or gal will want something socially. Maybe a date, maybe a sale, maybe simply increasing their network. They make an attempt. And it doesn't go very well. For a guy, it might be talking to a girl to get her number. For a gal, it might be the same. Talking to somebody, sort of "feeling it" but not knowing quite how to close. Or it could be somebody who is at a networking meeting, but they don't get as many contacts as they'd wished. The basic structure, tho
  22. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov10Post.mp4 Laughter is a very powerful tool. From a purely physiological standpoint, it provides quick stress release. When we laugh, our body quickly contracts, and then releases. When we release, it also releases a lot of pent up stress. From a purely energetic standpoint, it's like a quick purge of bad energy. And it feels very good. Even in a bad situation, a quick comment can significantly relieve the stress. Long time ago I went to traffic school. The kind to keep a traffic ticket off your record. The
  23. Alpha Male Productivity: https://mindpersuasion.com/alpha-male-productivity/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct29Loop.mp4
  24. Butter War Demon: https://mindpersuasion.com/the-butter-war-demon/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/butter-war-demons https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct23Loop.mp4
  25. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct21Post.mp4 When I was a kid me and my buddies liked to play Jedi. I was in elementary school when the very first Star Wars came out. I saw a TV show where they showed how they made the sound for the blasters. They would hit telephone cables with a wrench. Those really thick metal cables that connect the poles to the ground. If you hit them with a wrench, the vibration sounds will make the original Star Wars blaster sound. As soon as me and my buddies saw that, we'd take a wrench out of our garages, ride bikes all over t
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