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  1. OG Frame Master: https://mindpersuasion.com/og-frame-master/ https://mindpersuasion.com/live-training/
  2. Brain Permutations: https://mindpersuasion.com/brain-permutations/ https://mindpersuasion.com/live-training/
  3. Natural Reciprocal Love: https://mindpersuasion.com/natural-reciprocal-love/ https://mindpersuasion.com/mm/
  4. Be The Author Of Their Thoughts: https://mindpersuasion.com/author-their-thoughts/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  5. Become A Linguistic Assassin: https://mindpersuasion.com/become-a-linguistic-assassin/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  6. How To Obliterate Any Idea: https://mindpersuasion.com/how-to-obliterate-any-idea/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  7. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec31Post.mp4 Once upon a time, humans were like every other animal. We had to chase after our food, kill it, and eat it. This is why they think we developed arched feet and sweaty, hairless bodies. Sweat so we could bleed off body heat, without needing to stop and pant, like the animals we were chasing. Arched feet so absorb the impact. Once we caught the animal, we killed it, and ate it raw. Until a couple million years ago. When we invented fire. The first time we could purposely harness energy OUTSIDE our body. This allowed us to cook food. Which was a way to "pre-digest" it. But it also allowed us a much better way to hunt. Lighting a bunch of fires in strategic places, and waiting where we'd suspect the animals were running away. This also allowed us to stay safe. So long as we kept the fires going in our caves, we could sleep peacefully. This is when our brains became our most important feature. Once fire was invented, two million years ago, our brains tripled in size. This means that having a bigger brain was both a sexual and a survival feature. Kind of like a peacock's tail and a advanced killing machine all rolled into one. Our bigger brains also came with something called a "collective memory." One guy would tell everybody something, and now everybody would have that same idea in their brain. And so long as that ancient tribe was fairly consistent in their population, generation to generation, that idea could last for HUNDREDS of years. And since we were and are hierarchical, the people closer to the TOP get mad benefits. Sex, status, their stories told for generations. Our brains became a "one-stop-shop" for all our best traits. All the other animals had to slowly evolve to keep up. Or go extinct. If it got cold, and the animals couldn't evolve to catch up, they did. Not us. If it go cold, we'd find warm animals and copy their strategies. Or steal their insulation. Our ideas made us who we are. And within a hierarchy, whoever has the BEST ideas gets the most rewards. Inside our brains is kind of like an "idea laboratory." Where we pay attention to all the ideas around us, and DREAM about ideas that may better than the ones we hear. This is our normal, "go to" operational procedure. "My idea is better than your idea." But it feels REALLY good to go on at length about our ideas. It feels really good to meet somebody who is INTERESTED in our ideas. It feels really good to meet somebody who not only respects and appreciates our ideas, ideas we may have NEVER shared before, but HELPS US get those ideas out of our heads. If YOU can be this person, you will be remembered, and cherished, and loved. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/desire-generator/
  8. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct02Post.mp4 Humans are explorers. We always have been. It's one of our unique human traits. It wasn't always like this. Way back when we were proto-humans, we were like all the other animals. Stuck in a geographical location. Bound by our instincts to eat and to not get eaten. But something happened. Whether a cause or an effect, something that changed this was a sexual division of labor. Dad birds and mom birds both go looking for the same kind of worms. Dad monkeys and mom monkeys get the same kind of bananas. But these ancient proto humans split somehow. Men hunted, and women gathered. This meant the type of food we went after was different. Which meant we could live in much, much more diverse areas. This, of course, required a "meta" instinct. If a monkey sees a banana, or a penguin sees a fish, they get a signal that says "food." But since humans kept moving into different areas, we had to LEARN how to get food in that new area. This required a bigger brain. A self-aware brain. Monkeys are aware of bananas. Penguins are aware of fish. Dogs are aware of their masters and can be trained to be aware of a whole slew of commands. Humans became aware of our own thought process. And we developed language and "collective memory." Somebody could go out, find and kill a brand new animal, all on their own. Then come back and describe, using carefully calibrated words, how they killed that animal. Our humans brains, driven perhaps by our large visual cortex, all had essentially a HALLUCINATED blueprint in their brains. Of HOW to kill that same animal. So they could all go out hunting, each on their own, and use that memory, which was created ONLY with words, as a reference. To compare what they were doing, to what they saw inside their own brains. Many animals can be trained. But humans are capable of SELF-TRAINING. Even if NOBODY has any clue how to get something, we'll MAKE UP a story. About an ancient HERO who got it done. And we can use that purely imaginary story as a reference. To get it done. All this was done within the ancient primate, and how human, hierarchy. Who is the most important dude in any ancient tribe? One of two people. The guy who actually consistently killed the most animals. And the guy who told the stories about the ancient, likely mythological HEROES who killed the monsters. The trainers and the killers. And since humans kept nomadically wandering around the planet, both of these were functions of our BRAIN. And every night, when everybody was staring up at the stars, what were they dreaming about? About being the guy with the best IDEAS. The competition between ancient humans, that created the world we enjoy today was a competition of BRAINS. Build yours, and dominate. Get Started: https://mindpersuasion.com/mental-strength/
  9. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug28Post.mp4 How you use your words is an indication of the thoughts in your mind. This is hard to think about. Since most of our thoughts our private, and mostly unconscious, we tend to think our words are a separate entity. But consider that with regards to thought and language, there are three basic skills you can improve. One is the quality of your thoughts. Most people think the same tired out thoughts, day after day. The same excuses, complaints and projections. The second is how accurately you describe those thoughts. This isn't automatic, or even natural. Most people, in fact, suck at this. Most people are not very articulate. This is a common source of relationship problems. "What's wrong? Nothing." And that's that. Two people, both a deeply complex swirl of emotions, and that's the best they can articulate. "What's wrong? Nothing." The third skill is one few will even consider. The kind of skill we expect from artists, performers and world class writers. This can only come AFTER you learn how to articulate your thoughts. And this skill is taking those SAME thoughts, and using words that make them sound compelling. If you do this, you'll be admired, respected, sought and loved. Even better, is most people assume that with very attractive sounding words, it reflects a very deeply complex mind. Luckily, that is false. This HAS to be false. Otherwise, none of those compelling words, lyrics, poetry and stories would be so inspiring to us common people. The truth is that ALL our thoughts are a simple. We all want the same things. Move money, more sex, more love, more respect. But most of us want those, can't get them, and shift into complain and blame mode. Most humans today are pretty entitled. But here's a pretty mind bending thought. The best way to GET those things is to express a desire for those things. But not like a little kid in a high chair screaming for somebody else to give it to them. But to express your PLANS to get those things. This won't magically make them show up. But everybody around you ALSO wants those things. And when they see you confidently express your desire to get those things, what will they think? They will think a couple of things. One is they'll think, "I want those same things!" Two is they'll think, "I wish I could express my desires like that guy!" Which will give you authority. Massive authority. And if you can describe not only your desire, but your plans, however vague, to get those things, what happens? Everybody will follow you. And that is HOW you'll get those things. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/metaphor-mastery/
  10. 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 and language may have been the driving force. How so? Humans are hierarchical. The higher you are up the ladder, the more sex you get. The more sex you get, the more babies you make. Those babies will have the very same traits that got YOU up that hierarchy ladder. This makes perfect sense if we imagine that having the best ideas, and describing those ideas was a key component of social hierarchy for the past couple million years. Even way BEFORE we invented language. Even chimps, whom we split with six or eight million years ago live in a tight hierarchy. And just like us, the higher a chimp is up the ladder, the more sex he gets, and the more babies he makes. And unlike gorillas, whose sheer size determines status, chimps rely more on their wits. They behave in very clever, and very long game strategizing ways. So it's easy to imagine how proto humans a couple million years ago (four million years AFTER we split from chimps) would win the hierarchy contests by having the BEST ideas. Today, those ideas are expressed with words. Words and thoughts are not generally thought to be related. The "art" of expressing your thoughts with well chosen words is NOT something most people are skilled in. Everybody has plenty experiences poorly expressing fantastic ideas. But it is something you can practice. And like anything else, the more you practice, the better you get. This is what Voltaire meant when he said one of his most famous quotes: "Give me ten minutes to talk away my ugly face, and I'll bed the queen of France." This is TRUE confidence. One that does not care about looks. One that says let me talk, and I can talk my way into ANYTHING. This can be applied to conversations to make sales or to make anybody dream about you. But this can also be applied to the written word. To get people salivating over WHATEVER you are writing about. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotic-copywriting/
  11. 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 exists. If you've ever taken a class in pure logic, it's as difficult as advanced mathematics. Having a real "argument," is about as difficult as casually deriving the Pythagorean formula over a cup of coffee. Not gonna happen. However, you don't need to have a very robust argument of your own to destroy anybody else's ideas. All you really need to do is keep asking them about theirs. So long as you turn down your own ego, and your own need to tell them about your ideas, their ideas CAN self destruct. They CAN, but they usually won't. Because most people's "reasons" for believing pretty much anything is because it feels good in their brain. We silly humans tend to believe ideas for the same reasons we eat things. Just like very few people take the time to ONLY eat healthy foods in healthy amounts, we don't take time to believe things that are logical and rational. We eat things because they feel good in our mouth. We believe things because they feel good in your brain. Which is why arguing with people is almost ALWAYS a bad idea. It won't make you any friends, and it's a pretty lame party skill. But you can use the SAME process to take the ideas that exist in their brain and make them feel better. Imagine you had a guest are your house. They were hungry, and you told them to help themselves. They looked in your freezer and found a carton of vanilla ice cream. (Let's say you were in the shower or something while they started eating). And let's say you had a hidden stash of ice cream toppings. All kinds of syrup and sprinkles and everything else you could imagine. You come out of the shower, see them eating a plain bowl of vanilla. "Dude, wait, here, let me make that better!" You say and bring them out a huge spread of ice cream toppings. This would make that food, that they already like, taste much BETTER. You can do the very same with all the ideas in their heads. And when you can develop the skill to take their existing ideas, which they very much LIKE, and make them BETTER, they'll love you even more. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.teachable.com/p/party-hypnosis/
  12. Once upon a time a bunch of people in France got angry. So angry they decided to run around chopping off people's heads. This, of course, was the French Revolution. Problem is once a gang of revolutionaries start to kill the nobles, it's kind of hard to stop. Kind of like thinking you're going to eat one spoonful of ice cream. Or one potato chip. But when those angry French dudes finally stopped killing, they set up a new government. But as you would expect, they were still kind of excited about their new country, after their revolution. So some of the ideas they conjured up didn't fly so well. One of them was the idea of turning TIME into the metric system. 100 hours per day. Hundred minutes per hour. Hundred seconds per minute. I suppose it sounded good in theory, and maybe a few clock companies thought they might make bank, but most people quickly realized how foolish it was. Lots of us do that. Not have bloody revolutions, but we come up with ideas that SEEM good at the time, but in retrospect, we gotta ask ourselves: Dude, what were you thinking? Everybody knows the famous line about insanity. Doing the same thing over and over again and hoping for a different result. Unfortunately, we humans don't have very good memories. So that, "doing the same thing over and over idea" only makes sense in the short term. Because on the LONG term, we DO do the same things. Over and over and over again. And since the LAST TIME we tried them was so long ago, we actually think THIS TIME it's going to work. So even if it IS the same thing, we don't quite remember the last time, so it FEELS different. Even worse is when we try the same STRUCTURES over and over again. Because it's even harder for us to notice STRUCTURES, we try the same unsuccessful structures over and over again. But since this same STRUCTURE is tried in different areas, we don't really recognize that it's the same. So we keep failing. If you've ever tried to achieve something difficult, and have failed, you aren't alone. Most people continually try and fail. In finance, in personal relationships, in health areas. And since SO MANY people keep trying and failing, maybe there is something deeper going on. Maybe it's the STRUCTURE, not the people. Maybe there is a much better STRUCTURAL WAY to get what we want. What might that way be? Find Out Here: http://mindpersuasion.com/goal-setting-sucks/
  13. Many successful people are lucky. In that they are born with a certain set of skills. But more importantly, they are lucky to be born with a certain collection of external incentives. Incentives that recognized those skills. For example, imagine a guy who worked on a farm in the 1600's. Imagine if he had world class baseball skills. Chances are, nobody would know. He might be exceptionally good at certain farming tasks. That might make him a slightly better farmer than most, but that's about it. For a guy to make a killing as a pro athlete, he's got to be born with the right skills at the right time. But critically, with the right support system. Teachers, coaches, parents, and the right neighborhood where exceptional athletic skills would be recognized and appreciated. Many business people are the same way. They are born at the right time, with the right set of skills, surrounded by the right people. Think that Zuckerberg or Gates or Buffet would be rich if they lived 500 years ago? Not likely. So, if you aren't lucky and successful, then what? Very few people choose at an early age to be successful the way they are successful. It's generally a combination of internal gifts that are cultivated by external circumstances. But this doesn't meant it's the ONLY way. This is the cool thing about living in a globally connected economy. There are tons of skills you can LEARN that propel you to success. And many of the necessary mindsets can be cultivated. Most people just show up with their mindset, their skills and hope for the best. But you can easily shift your mindset depending on what kind of life you want. Since this isn't very popular, or isn't taught in school, most people don't even know of the possibility. But it is very real. All you need is a few minutes every day, and you can start shifting your mind however you like. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/nlp/
  14. One of the cool language patterns from NLP is the sleight of mouth patterns. The idea being that you can hear an "objection" and then overcome it with linguistic wizardry. Sell more stuff, get more dates, have more fun. But the concept itself is pretty powerful. And that concept is that any idea isn't set in stone. After all, Marcus Aurelius, a bad ass Roman orator, said over two thousand years ago that, "All is opinion." Meaning any idea we have is not a fact. Just an opinion. Which means any thought we have, is a temporary "snapshot" of our reality. Both within us an outside of us. And since all is "opinion," and opinions can change, we can literally build and hold any idea we want. I used to think sushi was disgusting. Raw fish? Gross! Who would want to eat raw fish? Until a buddy of mine reframed it. "No, dude, it's cool. Just imagine eating a really rare steak." Just like that. My idea of "sushi is gross" turned into "sushi is delicious" in less than a minute. Our heads are FILLED with ideas like "sushi is gross" that we NEVER question. We just accept them as fact. When I was in high school I worked at a pizza place. The thing about pizza is you can get it with whatever you want on it. Few food fast food items are like this. Imagine walking into a burger place and saying, "Yeah, I'd like a medium cheeseburger with bacon, tomatoes and olives." Most places you get what you get. But pizza? You can get any combo you want. Even half something and half something else if you've got a couple picky eaters on your team. Why not treat our brains like that? "Let's see, today I'd like to be outgoing, clever and witty." Or maybe if you were going on first date, you could choose to be, "romantic, seductive and irresistibly attractive." If you were taking an important test, you could decide to be "a genius with a rapid steel trap memory." Why not? It will certainly take practice. But if you decided to learn how to play tennis, you could eventually play tennis. Why not spend some time learning how to "be" however you want? Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/nlp/
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