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  1. Hidden Drivers of The Industrial Revolution https://mindpersuasion.com/japanese-high-school-girls/
  2. Magic Spells Growing In Your Brain https://mindpersuasion.com/quantum-tunneling-through-pancakes/
  3. One question that is tough to answer is what you do for a living. You could be in the middle of a conversation with a cutie and everything could be going smoothly. But then the "what do you do?" questions pops up. There are a couple of things to understand about this. One is there are always two layers of communication. Conscious and subconscious. If the conscious layer sounds good, but the subconscious doesn't, it will come across as incongruent. This is why movie acting isn't as easy as it appears. On the surface it seems pretty easy. Just remember your lines, right? But if you've ever seen a crap movie with crap acting, then you know that the lines are only a tiny part. The best actors have the best underlying energy to go along with their lines. So even if you have a decent sounding job, if you deliver your job description with some less than confident energy, it will kill attraction. But the opposite won't work either. If you work at Jack in the Box, and really enjoy your job, that might not be a good answer either. More important than how you make money now is what your plans are for the future. Not your hopes or wishes, but PLANS. If she asks what you do, no matter WHAT your current job is, so long as you deliver a solid PLAN for the future, it will INCREASE attraction. How do you do this? The first step is to actually CREATE a plan. Write it out. Start where you are, and write out your PLANS for the future. The steps you'll need to get there. Keep journaling these steps over and over. Until they are hard wired into your brain. Until it makes you feel ALIVE when you think about it and say it. When you think about your plan for the future, it should seem MUCH more compelling than any ONE girl. This is what creates very deep and irresistible female attraction. Of hearing a guy who doesn't chase girls, but chases his LIFE. But if you ONLY chase your life, girls won't naturally follow. You've got to interact with them. Not to try and seduce them, just to have friendly conversations. Make a habit of this, and pretty soon plenty of girls will be thinking of you. And all you'll have to do is choose the best one. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/girls-like-you/
  4. There are plenty of pretty good time travel movies. My favorite is one called "Primer." This is a fantastic example of the writing advice, that you should "show," rather than tell. More mainstream and Hollywood type movies pretty much dumb everything WAY down. There was another movie where a couple of scientists were going toward the center of the earth, to reverse the rotation. And they were arguing over something you'd learn in high school physics. Primer wasn't like that. You actually have to watch it a few times to fully understand the time travel theory that is in the movie. These are the best kinds of movies. Where you can watch them over and over and get something different each time. Time travel has ALWAYS been a common fantasy. Because all of us make mistakes. Or wish we could have done something different. A very common adult idea is being able to go back and relive a certain period of youth. "If I would've known then what I know now..." Other time travel movies are pure comedy. And they almost ALWAYS have some kind of "using time travel to get rich" angle. Like in one of the "Back To The Future" movies where one of the characters went back and made a fortune betting on sports. Or in "Hot Tub Time Machine," where one of the guys actually invented Google. Or on the TV show, "Lost," where one guy wanted to write Star Wars before anybody else did. All of these ideas involve going BACK and redoing something. But it IS possible, kind of, to leverage the idea of the unknown future. One of my favorite lines from Star Trek (which also involved some kind of time travel) was when Scotty was talking to another engineer. Scotty told the captain the ship could go a certain speed. But this was LESS than the full speed. With the other engineer asked him why, Scotty gave the obvious answer: "Never tell the captain how fast the ship will REALLY go!" Which means it's always good to hold something back. You can combine this idea with an unknown future. How? By living within your means. I know, that sounds pretty boring. But so long as you save a little cushion, you can be prepared for the UNKNOWN. You can protect against unknown calamity. And you can also buy cool things AS THEY ARE INVENTED. Think about this when you're saving a few dollars a month. That you're saving up for future inventions. Because you KNOW that they WILL keep inventing cool stuff. Once you can wrap your mind around what money REALLY is, you'll be amazed at the stuff inside your brain. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/money-brain/
  5. There are a lot of misconceptions when it comes to making money. A common idea is that all you need is an "idea." But the truth is that ideas are only a beginning. A small seed that MAY turn into a fortune. This is the idea behind the saying, "genius is 1% inspiration, and 99% perspiration." People like things like scavenger hunts. When I was a kid we had those. Adult also enjoy doing this. Only as adults, it's much more complex, and much more rewarding. Geocaching, where you essentially use the entire EARTH to have treasure hunts. What does this have to do with money and genius? Think of going on an adventure. A geocaching adventure. You and a few buddies have taken some time off work. You're going to canvas a huge area looking for a few hidden pieces of treasure. You find the treasure, leave some of your own for the next group. This takes time. This takes effort. This takes thinking. But it's FUN. Making money COULD be the same. The EXACT same. You keep trying different combinations. You keep learning new skills. Making more money with each iteration. This is, potentially, even BETTER than treasure hunting. Because in money making, the closer (or further along) you get, the more money you make. The "perspiration" in that saying (1% inspiration, 99% perspiration) is ENJOYABLE perspiration. Your mind is on fire with excitement. Your body is on fire with energy, getting closer and closer to the breakthrough. This is the stereotypical scientist in his lab for days, losing track of time. This is how making your fortune COULD be. But for most people, it's not. Since making money generally involves getting out there and interacting with strangers. Something most people are TERRIFIED of doing. So we like to FANTASIZE that all we need is an "idea." And once we have an idea, then somebody else will buy it from us, and do all the work. But if you look at some of the biggest fortunes in the past few decades or so, most of ideas are pretty basic. In fact, most ideas pass through something called "survivorship bias." Most fortunes are made like this. Start out a TON of ideas. Keep trying them out until ONE of them "hits." And that ONE idea is going to make your fortune. If you look at it AFTER the fact, it seems easy. We say, "Damn, I could have thought of that!" And you CAN. But thinking of ideas is only the beginning. Trying them out, again and again, until you succeed is where the money is made. And this WILL feel like an exciting adventure once you get rid of your limiting money beliefs. In fact, this is the most exciting thing you can do as a human. It combines ALL your positive skills. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/money-brain/
  6. It’s extremely hard to be motivated ONLY by internal incentives. This is a difficult but necessary idea to accept. If you have a good job, with great benefits, high salary, and fantastic coworkers, BUT you’d get fired for being late, getting up early is easy. On the other hand, if you are suddenly wealthy, getting up early (unless that has always come naturally) will be extremely difficult. This is the main reason why lotto winners often end up WORSE off. At first, it’s fantastic. Because the money worries that plague most of us suddenly VANISH. The sudden removal of a NEGATIVE feels very positive. But it also removes all the external incentives that keep us busy. Since everything’s EASY, people who suddenly get rich slip into some pretty bad behaviors. Not criminal-bad, but unhealthy-bad. Without the EXTERNAL and automatic incentives to guide them, they end up drifting. Pretty soon the act of spending money is the ONLY thing that feels good. And once the TRANSACTION is over, the positive feeling that comes from the transaction vanishes. All the THINGS they have don’t really please them. It’s the act of purchasing things that gets their juices flowing. This is a very hard idea to accept. It’s VERY much like the shift from being REALLY HUNGRY to feeling stuffed and miserable. If you’ve ever purposely put off eating, or fasted for any reason, and you ATE TOO MUCH, you know how horrible the results feel. But this is something that quickly passes. The transition from hungry (sucks), to eating (pleasure) to being stuffed (miserable) goes away in a few hours, or at most a day. But the transition to being poor (sucks) being rich (pleasure) and then ONLY getting pleasure from buying things (miserable) can last for a lifetime. And just like it’s VERY HARD to imagine what it’s like to be stuffed WHILE YOU ARE HUNGRY, it’s very hard to imagine how being rich can be miserable WHILE you are poor. What’s the answer? Everything goes in cycles. Eating, being full, sleeping, getting hungry again. That is a very SHORT TERM cycle. BECOMING rich is much, much different than BEING rich. Since there is so much evidence that being rich tends to RUIN people that GET RICH without the requisite effort, this may indicate a very important point. About our true purpose. Not to BE rich. Not to GET RICH easily. But to spend our lives BECOMING rich. This is the proverbial road that is MUCH BETTER than the INN. This is the path upon which we can attain self-actualization. The process of learning and improving and getting closer. What if you don’t know HOW you’ll get rich? Luckily, there is a large collection of foundation skills that lie beneath every other skill. These you can get started on as soon as you want. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/deep-skills/
  7. They say that ignorance is bliss. And like many sayings that we’ve all heard a kajillion times, they are very, very true. I remember my very first paycheck. In high school I got a job working at a movie theater. One of the best jobs I’d ever had. Relaxed environment, lots of high school kids. Where I met a lot of friends I still have today. Even my first girlfriend. But my first paycheck was a shock. I calculated how much I was going to get. Hours times dollars per hour. Nobody told me a bunch of it would be swiped off the top. That was my first monetary shock. That when you say you get X dollars per hour, that’s not what they mean. What they REALLY mean is both You AND the government get X dollars per hour. And they figure the split without consulting you. There are plenty of harsh truths about money. Many of them are very, very old. They’ve been around for a LONG time. Some of them are surprisingly similar from culture to culture. Mainly, the idea that “making money” is bad. This idea pops up in the Roman Empire as well as Feudal Japan. Of course, this idea is usually cooked up by the people in charge who already HAVE all the money. The idea of money is very confusing. Both from a belief standpoint, and from an economic standpoint. Something as important as compound interest is usually kept from us until it’s too late. Until we got TONS of credit card debt. At the same time, Einstein called compound interest the eighth wonder of the world. If you can use it to your advantage, you can get filthy rich. But on a much deeper level, there are instincts regarding money. Instincts involving the time value of trading. Even lower animals have these ideas. Of borrowing something now, and paying it back later. How can something so natural and instinctive cause so much confusion and anxiety? It’s as if the rules of the game are PURPOSELY kept from us. If you don’t know the rules, it’s hard to play, let alone win. Luckily, even though the rules will NEVER be taught in school, they are very simple to understand. Since they are based on ancient human instincts. Which means once you understand and awaken those ancient instincts, you can get in the game. And not just play, but play to win. And enjoy yourself. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/money-instinct/
  8. It's very hard to not get jealous of other people's success. After all, our mind-body systems still have instincts that are holdovers from way back in the day. They say we humans have been "humans" for 50,000 years or more. Yet they only invented agriculture 10,000 years or so ago. So our instincts haven't had NEARLY enough time to catch up. The easiest (and most frustrating) way to feel this DAILY is hunger. Our hunger instinct was calibrated when food was rare. We had to chase it and kill it. So those that were the HUNGRIEST and had the BIGGEST appetites were the most successful. But another very insidious instinct that messes us up is when we see other people with lots of money. Or signs of money. And it's not obvious HOW they got their money. Our instincts think we're still living in an egalitarian environment. When the dude with the most wealth (the most meat from the biggest kill) is SUPPOSED to share. When they don't, it triggers our "he's cheating" instinct. This (like our never ending hunger) was GOOD way back in the day. But not so good now. Luckily, just like we can "trick" our hunger instinct, we can consciously think our way around this "he's cheating" instinct. Don't get me wrong. Politicians LOVE this "he's cheating instinct." This is EXACTLY how those morons can get elected over and over. They PROMISE us they'll "take" some of "their" wealth and "give" it to us. This is how it FEELS like we are SUPPOSED to be doing it anyway. But we aren't hunters any more. We don't HAVE to consume "wealth" before it goes stale. We can make it and save it. This requires that you "re-calibrate" how you view wealth. Part of it is NOT comparing yourself to others. But to yourself a week or month ago. Once you "recalibrate" WHO you compare your NOW SELF to, consistent success will be automatic. Re-calibrating your brain will make everything clear. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/wealth-tuning/
  9. I've sleepwalked only once. I was very young, but I remember it vividly. I was having this crazy dream, trying to get somewhere. But my path was blocked. I think I might have been in a forest or something. But in reality I was at the back of my closet, trying to push through the wall. Now, I wasn't the cleanest kid. My closet floor was covered in junk. The transition from being in dream-land to being in a cluttered closet was pretty disorienting. One of the common tricks when doing stage hypnosis is getting people to forget things. Like the number three, or their name. Then the hypnotist asks them a question (that requires the forgotten word) and audience laughs while they can't remember. The way our biases work, we "negatively hallucinate" things all the time. Cognitive dissonance doesn't allow us to see things that might hurt our ego. Normalcy bias keeps us thinking things are "normal" when they are getting worse. For example, in many public shootings, where some crazy guy walks in and starts blasting away, people hear the shots, but assume it's NOT gunfire. Normalcy bias tricks people so they assume the unexpected loud noises are things like books falling off tables, or somebody dropping dishes. It's as if our brains don't WANT us to see potential danger. Like we have a "hide under the covers and pretend everything is normal" response. Of course, when you compare the amount of stuff hitting our senses, to the stuff we can actually recognize consciously, our poor brains have a VERY tough job. How we see and interpret the world is very much dependent on our filters, our biases, and our beliefs. In investing they have an idea of a "black swan." This is something that allegedly comes out of nowhere and causes the markets to tank. Funny thing is AFTER the fact, everybody can look at it and say, "Oh yea, we should have seen that coming..." Consider the quality of your life is highly dependent on how you perceive the world. Many think they need to change the world, or even change themselves. But what if all you really need to do is change your filters? And by tuning your mind to the correct frequencies, you can have a much easier time getting whatever you want. Learn More: Wealth Tuning
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