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  1. Build A Gorgeous Brain: https://mindpersuasion.com/build-a-gorgeous-brain/ https://mindpersuasion.com/live-training/
  2. Money Creativity: https://mindpersuasion.com/money-creativity/ https://mindpersuasion.com/mm/
  3. Become A Treasure Hunter: https://mindpersuasion.com/become-a-treasure-hunter-2/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  4. Door To Door Monkeys https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  5. Hypnotic Income Assassin https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  6. Why Opportunities Are Everywhere https://mindpersuasion.com/why-opportunities-are-everywhere/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  7. The Future Is Spam https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  8. The Trinity Salesman https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  9. The Happiness Generator Experiment: https://mindpersuasion.com/the-happiness-generator-experiment/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  10. The Motorboat Mind Trap: https://mindpersuasion.com/the-motorboat-mind-trap/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  11. Play The Most Ancient Game: https://mindpersuasion.com/play-the-most-ancient-game/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  12. Subconsciously Trained Seductive Power https://mindpersuasion.com/dh/
  13. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan11_Post.mp4 There's an idea in biology called "co-evolution." It's when two different species develop an overlapping relationship. Based on overlapping, self interest. The best example is like bees and flowers. The bees get free nectar from the flowers. The flowers get free pollination from the bees. Neither have self awareness, so neither has any idea what's going on. The math is a bit complex, and we'll need a bit of game theory to see how this would evolve. But we can simplify it a bit. You could imagine a bunch of different types of flowers and a bunch of different types of bees. The two that just happened to have this overlapping "selfishness" would replicate the most. Maybe some bees loved nectar, but they didn't have those prickly things. Maybe some flowers had tons of nectar, but they kept their pollen somewhere else. After however many generations of natural selection, the two species that replicated the most were the flowers with their pollen next to the free nectar. And the bees who both loved nectar and had the prickly things so while they got free nectar, they would pollinate (help the flowers have sex) by going from flower to flower. You'll see this combination a lot. Sex and energy, or sex and food. The same goes with primates. We evolved a love of fruit. The fruit has a sweet taste, just like nectar. And the payoff for the "free" fruit is the seeds on the inside. Monkeys and other animals eat fruit, and poop out the seeds. Getting free food, and in exchange, helping the provider of the food by helping it replicate. This also exists between humans. Back in the day, the best hunters would get the most social status. This was in exchange for providing the most food. The best hunters, or providers of the most food, would be rewarded with the highest social status. This social status then created attraction in the ladies. The most providers of food for the tribe got the most sex. The intermediary idea was social status. Today, it's even better. We've taken that intermediary "social status" and replaced it with something else. What is that something else? Money. As soon as humans started living in larger groups we needed money. One, because there were many more things we needed, besides some animal meat. And because we lived in larger and larger societies, having social status wouldn't quite work. So, money was a natural invention. You do something for somebody and the give you money. You can take that money and pay somebody else, who does something for you. The more stuff you do for others, the more money you get. The more money you get, the more you pay others to give you what you want. So long as the entire group is using the same money, this group can be as BIG as it needs to be. Like today, our planet has 7 BILLION people. All buying and selling things to each other. All using money, a place holder, a potential energy of this ancient overlapping self interest. Get Some: https://mindpersuasion.com/prosperity-mindset/
  14. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan_07Post.mp4 One cool element of storytelling is when they go "meta." In the terms of covert hypnosis, this is called "blurred realities." One way to use blurred realities is with the quotes pattern. You tell a story about a couple of guys. One is talking to the other guy and says something silly. But when you "quote" the guy saying the silly thing, you look directly at your friend, or the audience. It's called a quotes pattern because you are quoting somebody else. But it's also a blurred reality because the listener isn't sure what's really happening. It creates a kind of "wait, is he saying that to me?" response. A movie a few years ago did this and got the Oscar. Right off the bat, the whole thing was blurred reality. The movie was about a "washed up actor" who used to play a superhero called Birdman. But the main character was played by a (maybe) "washed up actor" that used to play a superhero called Batman. There were tons of blurred realities throughout the movie. The Coen Brothers make plenty of movies that use this technique via the "story within a story." Consider that this ability of us humans to go "meta" is a very powerful, and often under appreciated skill. It probably started way back in the day, long before we were humans. Back when we became nomads. Every other animal is pretty constrained to a certain area. They look for a narrow range of food, and they have a pretty narrow range of predators. We, however are literally at the TOP of the food chain. The APEX predators of Earth. This is based on our ancient "meta skills." We have instincts, and we have the ability to learn new instincts. Or another way to say this is we have a "meta" instinct. An instinct that allows us to learn new instincts. To program skills and behaviors to the level of unconscious competence. How does this meta instinct work? We look out into the world. We see what exists. And we build MORE. Not more of the same. But BETTER ways to do the same thing. We see horses, and invent cars. We see cars, and invent planes. We see planes, and invent spaceships. Etc. Think of this mental experiment. Take a baby born today. And put him or her 1000 years into the future. What will they do? They'll grow up in all that future technology, stuff we can't even CONCEIVE of today. And they'll create MORE. The same brains that exist today, will be soaking up what's around them, and create BETTER versions of what they see. The real question is WHY do we do this? What do we GET in exchange for our inventions, creations and contributions? We get PAID. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/prosperity-mindset/
  15. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug06Post.mp4 There's a really messed up term in biology. Eusociality. Why is it messed up? Well, it isn't really, it's just one way Mother Nature has figured out how to organize people. Well, not people, but certain insects and maybe a few mammals. Like ants, bees, wasps, etc. From an organizational standpoint, it makes for a highly efficient group. Everybody comes pre-programmed with their "life's purpose." For worker ants, for example, their life's purpose is to work. To NEVER get laid. If you are human, and came back as a worker ant that would SUCK. But, the higher up on the food chain you get, the more of an "every man for himself" kind of rule pops up. Like in us humans, at least theoretically. Of course, you'd never get that by looking around today. It's very, very easy to make comparisons to people today and people a few generations ago. People a few generations ago really WORKED for a living. One example from the Great Depression was shown in the movie, "Cinderella Man." True story about a depression era boxer, James J. Braddock, played by Russell Crowe. His family had very little food. So Braddock had to work hard to get money to buy food so his family wouldn't starve. Since he was also trying to be a boxer, he boxed. And he hurt his hand. Back then, the only jobs you could get were as day laborers. So when he hurt his hand, he HID it from the guy choosing the day laborers. If you were the dude hiring the people, and you were paying each one the same, you'd hire the dudes who looked like they were in the BEST shape. Not some guy with a messed up hand. This was human resilience way back in the day. Hiding injuries so you would get hired as a manual laborer. Today our society is much different. We've all grown up under endless promises. Endless reasons why we should feel entitled to get something. But guess what? The same rule applies today as it did a thousand years ago. Or ten thousand years ago. It really IS every man for himself. Or every woman for herself. Sure, if you DO find yourself in a position where you are getting a steady stream of money in exchange for a steady stream of work, that's good. Especially if that steady stream of work won't dry up. But even then, what your boss wants and what you want are two different things. What you want, according to your ancient instincts is to keep doing MORE. To keep getting MORE. More skills. Better jobs. Better and more enjoyable relationships. What does your boss want? Probably for you to be a good little soldier. Show up, do your job, keep your head down, don't make any waves. But deep inside, you KNOW that's a dangerous plan. After all, who is better at taking care of your needs, your dreams, your ambitions, than YOU? Get Started: https://mindpersuasion.com/anxiety-killer/
  16. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/May24Post.mp4 After the Industrial Revolution, the guys running things had a problem. There were all kinds of factories being built. People from the boonies were flocking to the cities. Henry Ford was one of these guys. Bored on the farm, he went to the city to find work. This is essentially how all cities are built. A couple of people start building and selling stuff to each other. The more people there are, the more opportunities they are. A historian drew an interesting parallel between this phenomenon and the formation of stars. Once upon a time, there was only dust floating around the universe, after the big bang. Pretty soon gravity started pulling these clouds of dust closer and closer. This is how stars and solar systems were formed. Civilizations are kind of built the same way. You start off with a bunch of nomads out all wondering around. Somebody settles down and stars growing stuff. Others come in and set up other endeavors. This creates a kind of "gravity" that pulls others closer and closer in. Pretty soon you got a big city. Eventually, these collapse, just like stars will eventually supernova. This happened throughout history. Until the Industrial Revolution. Now they had WAY more people. Way more endeavors. This kind of presented a problem. If you have a slow trickle of people, over a few hundred years, coming into a slowly growing city, that's OK. The people find people who'll train them. But the Industrial Revolution needed people trained FAR quicker and in FAR greater number than ever before. This is when mass education was created. One way to describe "schools" are as factories that produce factory workers. Basic math, English, etc. That is essentially what schools are today. They teach you the very basics. For the longest time, that was enough. Go through the factor worker factory, and find your place. Today, the world is changing VERY rapidly. Those who don't notice, or who don't WANT to notice, will get left behind. Today, you've to take control of your brain. You've got to take control of your skills and your choices. Nobody is going to do that for you. Luckily, we all come pre-programmed with some basic skills. See, this is how life was BEFORE the Industrial Revolution. Like Henry Ford, when you decided to head off to the city, you had to make your own choices. Make your own decisions. Take responsibility for learning enough to make a living. This is the way it has ALWAYS been. Which means all you need to do is re-discover how. Get Started: https://mindpersuasion.com/money-magnet/
  17. Negative Junk Response: https://mindpersuasion.com/negative-junk-response/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr06Loop.mp4
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  19. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan29Post.mp4 The relationship between thoughts and words is complex. There are some folks who have brilliant minds, and write brilliant books, but they are less than inspiring speakers. Then there are some that are powerful speakers, but their minds are average. These folks tend to get others to write their speeches for them. Every time you see a politician go off on a rant, like they often do during congressional hearings, you can bet on two things. One, is that somebody else helped them come up with those words. Two, is that they've practiced that "rant" plenty of times beforehand. Even those "man on the street" interviews are pretty well rehearsed, and edited. They are very rarely live. The ones that ARE live are really just the newscaster talking to the camera, saying things they've rehearsed over and over. (Some of these are comedy gold, not because of the reporter, but because of all the goofs doing silly things behind them.) The people that CAN spit our pretty articulate thoughts on the spur of the moment are few and far between. Most highly articulate people you see on TV interviews only SEEM to be articulate. Because they are talking about things related to their jobs. Things they've thought about over and over and over for a long time. Things they've talked about over and over and over for a long time. But to become articulate and intelligent sounding in spur-of-the-moment conversations, when it really counts, you have to do some META practice. Everybody mentioned so far only does surface level practice. They practice talking about the same CONTENT over and over. If you followed your favorite comedian around the country, going to all their shows, they'd get pretty boring. They don't tell a completely different set of jokes every time. They tell the same jokes every time. To develop in-the-moment articulation and demonstrate DEEP intelligence, you need to practice STRUCTURE. The structure of persuasion. The structure of influence. The structure of seduction. The structure of reframing. The structure of overcoming objections. Once you get the structure down, you can take any CONTENT, drop it into the structure, and sound like a GENIUS. This will make your spoken language sound compelling and powerful. But your written language much, much more so. Why? Once you have the structure down, you can refine whatever you write until it is ABSOLUTELY perfect. Most people write like an artist. That's only half the game. What's the other half? Write like an artist, but edit like a scientist. A MAD scientist, writing in your secret money making lab. Build one, and you'll simultaneously build the other. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotic-copywriting/
  20. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct11Post.mp4 They say that no man is an island. What does this mean, specifically? Nobody can exist on their own. Even you happen to have a fat enough bank account, and nice cabin far away from society, it is impossible to survive without other people. The stuff you buy has to be made by other people. The plumbing and electricity in your home has to be maintained by other people. Once a science writer tried, as an experiment, to make a toaster from scratch. Something that you can get for $20. Something so simple we take it for granted. But he wanted to see how complicated it would to build one. Entirely from scratch. Not buying the parts and putting them together. But creating the copper and the metal and the rubber and everything. It turned out that it was impossible. That's just the toaster. Making bread would be equally difficult. Grow the wheat, grind the wheat, mix it with water, put it in the oven. Of course, that oven would be need to be made. So even if you've got tons of money, getting what you want absolutely depends on other people. Sometimes this is as easy as handing over the cash, and them handing over whatever it is you want. Some bread, a toaster, etc. But what about things that can't be purchased? Like friendship or love? What about the money itself? Turns out this is where most people have the most trouble. The non-financial transactions. Making friends, creating relationships, and creating fat income streams. This isn't something they teach in school. Not even business school. Sure, they have all kinds of theories. But these theories are pretty vague. Especially when it comes to making friends and collecting romantic partners. The most common advice is very, very vague. Be yourself. Be more confident. Make a move. Easy for those who do those things easily. But what about the rest of us? What SPECIFICALLY do we do? What SPECIFICALLY do we say? Luckily, there is a system. A very simple system. To get from where you are, to where you want to be. To create fantastic feelings in others. So they'll be MORE than willing to help you get what you want. Whatever it is. Especially if it comes from them. Learn How: https://www.udemy.com/course/get-anybody/
  21. Hidden Drivers of The Industrial Revolution https://mindpersuasion.com/japanese-high-school-girls/
  22. Magic Spells Growing In Your Brain https://mindpersuasion.com/quantum-tunneling-through-pancakes/
  23. 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/
  24. 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/
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