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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov23Post.mp4 My very first experience with legal, commercialized gambling was as an observer. Way back in college, my buddy knew this guy that was a big time gambler. We drove a couple hours to watch him play. All I knew were the characters on TV. This guy was nothing like that. Since then, I've been to a lot of casinos. And most gamblers are, more or less, like the dudes on TV. But this guy was different. My buddy and I followed him around the casino. Finally he stopped at a table. A card game. He s
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov23Post.mp4 My very first experience with legal, commercialized gambling was as an observer. Way back in college, my buddy knew this guy that was a big time gambler. We drove a couple hours to watch him play. All I knew were the characters on TV. This guy was nothing like that. Since then, I've been to a lot of casinos. And most gamblers are, more or less, like the dudes on TV. But this guy was different. My buddy and I followed him around the casino. Finally he stopped at a table. A card game. He s
  3. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun11Post.mp4 When I was very young, I went with my older brother to local university. He was in some internship program, and he had to go and do some kind of paperwork. I had about an hour to kill, so I went off exploring. I found this upper level in the gym, next to the office where he was doing his stuff. They had a ton of high jump cushions all stacked up. Maybe about two layers of 6 or 7 mats. There was also this kind of catwalk you could get up by a ladder. About 10 or 20 feet above the mats. Naturally, I took
  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun08Post.mp4 When people vibe together, it is a fantastic feeling. The famous, "instant connection" pattern intends to do this. But it kind of misses the mark. It violates the basic rule of fiction, which is show, don't tell. That is, if you assume it was intended to actually be used. It also violates Dale Carnegie's basic rule of persuasion. That you can get anybody to do anything, so long as they believe it was their idea. If you're talking about an instant connection, it's not their idea. In case you aren't fami
  5. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun07Post.mp4 I love movies. Especially movies you can watch over and over. Movies that are rich with meaning. Movies that are purposely open to interpretation. This is essentially what makes a classic. Movies that different generations can watch over and over. But here's the thing, as much as we think something like this is possible, it is IMPOSSIBLE to reverse engineer a classic. When actors, directors and writers get together to make a movie, NOBODY knows it's going to be a classic. The people who DO think the
  6. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun06Post.mp4 Self deception is not a bad thing. It's one of those things we do all the time ourselves. But it's easy to see in others. Kind of like confirmation bias. If you are having an argument with a friend, particularly about a political issue, it's obvious to see their confirmation bias, but not your own. But confirmation bias is a very needed and necessary filter. Without confirmation bias our poor brains would be swarmed with tons of data we wouldn't know what to do with. When we accuse others of confirmation
  7. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun05Post.mp4 Once I was in Las Vegas, playing blackjack. It was in the early morning, and my buddies and I had just arrived. It was three of us and one other guy. We are all in a good mood, at the beginning of our trip. I don't remember exactly what had happened, but everybody noticed it. Even when we were all talking and laughing, the dealer made a mistake. And even though NONE of us were looking directly at the dealer, we all noticed the mistake. But it was a kind of mistake that if the dealer caught it BEFORE he d
  8. White Bear Triangles: https://mindpersuasion.com/white-bear-triangles/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/white-bear-triangle https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct17Loop.mp4
  9. How To Develop Mind Reading Intuition: https://mindpersuasion.com/time-travel-intuition/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/time-travel-psychic-intuition https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept08Loop.mp4
  10. How To Improve Intuition: https://mindpersuasion.com/benefits-of-delayed-gratification/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/how-to-improve-your-intuition https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July20Loop.mp4
  11. https://mindpersuasion.com/corn-chips-and-psychic-ladies/
  12. https://mindpersuasion.com/intuition-calibration/
  13. We want what we can't have. This is one of the "laws" of persuasion. Expertly demonstrated by Dr. Cialdini in his book, "Influence." Both experimentally and by illustrating all the myriad ways advertisers use this rule. If we like something, AND we think it's scarce (either in short supply or not going to be around for long) it will SIGNIFICANTLY increase how much we like it. This is a deeply instinctive trait that was built into humans LONG before language was ever invented. So it lives in the "feeling" level of our experience. How can you leverage this with
  14. I have been doing some thinking on this. How are we supposed to know when to break discipline in order to follow our subconscious intuition? George has taught us to listen to our intuition, but we also need discipline. So, as it would seem we must learn when to follow our intuition and when to not. This is obviously tricky because how are we supposed to know which choice is right and which is wrong? Is there a way or do we just follow our intuition and see what happens afterwards? For example, pizza randomly popped in my mind at 10:30PM for no particular reason. I c
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