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  1. Linguistic Donuts: https://mindpersuasion.com/linguistic-donuts/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July30Loop.mp4
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb26Post.mp4 I love a good horror movie. Most are fairly decent, but once in a while a really brain bending one will come along. Not just for the movie itself, but the idea behind it. Namely, the question of, "who in the F--- would think of something like this?!" One of these is the Korean horror movie "Oldboy." It was remade by Hollywood, but it was nowhere NEAR the original. Part of the plot was a guy was kidnapped and kept in a hotel room. For twenty years. And during his captivity, he learned Kung Fu only by WATCHING Kung Fu movies. He even asked himself this after he was released. "Can you learn Kung Fu from only watching TV?" Then he kicked the crap out of a bunch of dudes and answered his own question. If you were some kind of inventor, and you figured out a way to train in physical traits by ONLY watching them, you'd make a kajillion dollars. Slap on some virtual reality glasses, put the viewer into some kind of trance, and then play the target skill a million times in ultra fast motion. An hour later, the dude would have the skill. Taken to its extreme, this would be some serious AI-Human interface skill. You could take somebody with basic skills and train them to do ANYTHING. Programming, new languages, martial arts, cooking skills, juggling skills, lion taming skills, ANYTHING! Of course, this is fantasy, right? For physical skills, yes. Even mental skills, like language, it would take a while. But there is a way you can do this with inter-personal skills. Humans are highly social creatures. We are programmed by millions of years of evolution to be highly social creatures. EVERYBODY has the in-born ability to be a natural with communication and conversation. The ability to walk up to ANYBODY, and be so completely relaxed, so have such a strong and compelling frame, they'll be instantly and subconsciously attracted to you. The problem is that ON TOP of the natural congruence, that we ALL had as children, is a ton of crap layered on top. Crap we learned, crap we were taught, crap we made up ourselves and then went out and found evidence of. The trick is NOT to try learn something new, like Kung Fu from your TV set. But to GET RID of that crap. And let the NATURAL YOU come out and play. Babies are adorable because they are NATURALLY EXPRESSIVE. Imagine if you combined the skills you already have, with that IRRESISTIBLY ATTRACTIVE natural expressiveness? How, specifically, do you do that? By going inside your brain, and systematically REMOVING all that crap. All you need is a pen, some paper, and your own mental lab to experiment in. No kidnapping required. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/tongue-fu/
  3. Evil Clown Show: https://mindpersuasion.com/evil-clown-show/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov03Loop.mp4
  4. Imagine learning something easy, like juggling. Juggling is a common thing to learn in many self-development seminars. It's kind of "proof" that you can learn something new. It's difficult enough so that when you CAN juggle, you get kind of an excited feeling. That, "I never thought I'd be able to do this feeling." But it's also easy enough to learn in an hour or so. So long as you practice with enough focus. Even better is if you can get up and perform in front of the other seminar attendees. This gives you an "experience" of not only learning a skill you didn't have before, but being able to PERFORM that skill in front of others. Of course, if you wanted to make a living as a juggler, you'd have to have some VERY impressive skills. Which would take a LOT of practice. You'd have to pretty much practice for several hours a day. Nobody really thinks they COULDN'T do this. Most people look at juggling as something that pretty much ANYBODY could learn, given enough time. This is why it's a convenient way to "prove" you can "do" anything. But consider this added bit of complexity. Suppose somebody gave you an offer. One you could either ACCEPT or REFUSE. The offer was this: You have one week to learn to juggle three eggs. If you can juggle three eggs for one minute, WIHTOUT dropping them, you'd get a million dollars. BUT if you dropped any of the eggs, they would torture you to death. Would you accept this offer? Success would mean a million dollars. Failure would mean a slow and painful death. Most rational people would not. Having that FEAR in your brain would make it TERRIFYING to practice. And even if you COULD perform during practice, when it came time for the actual test, you'd be WAY too nervous. Unfortunately, most of the stuff we WANT to learn how to do is much more complicated than juggling a few bean bags in a seminar. Most involve interacting with other people. Which means it involves our deep and very IRRATIONAL fears. So we feel that even though success would be AWESOME, failure would be very much like death. We don't RATIONALLY believe we'll die. But subconsciously we sure do. This is why most people would RATHER die than speak in public. The truth is that between where you are NOW, and the things you want, lies a seemingly HUGE chasm. What is it that you want? If you're like most normal humans, it involves money, sex, relationships, and other pleasant social situations. The actual skills you need a pretty easy. Easier than juggling. But the IRRATIONAL fear must be taken care of. How can you do that? Learn Here: http://mindpersuasion.com/beliefchange/
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