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  1. Generate Natural Obedience: https://mindpersuasion.com/generate-natural-obedience/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  2. Mind Control Party Wizard: https://mindpersuasion.com/mind-control-party-wizard/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
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  13. The Most Coveted Human Instinct: https://mindpersuasion.com/the-most-coveted-human-instinct/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  14. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb02_Post.mp4 One night, a long time ago, I was out with a bunch of friends. We were in some bar, having some drinks. And the conversation, and the language, was what you'd expect. Sex talk, dirty jokes, F-bombs like crazy. Then somebody decided to go get some food. So we stumble down the street to restaurant. And we carried our conversational theme, and our f-bombs with us. And halfway through our conversation, one guys face goes white. Then he starts laughing. We looked around and realized why. Just behind us, was a table with a couple adults and a bunch of kids. And here we were, still talking about sex, blowjobs, and dropping f-bombs like crazy. It was pretty embarrassing to say the least. I don't know if the kids her us, or the adults did, but it FELT like we were breaking some kind of unwritten rule. If you're on a bar, and it's over 21, and everybody's boozing it up, dropping f-bombs is perfectly fine. But in a family restaurant, not so much. We humans tend to self-regulate like this. We "augment" our behavior based on our environment. This modern behavior rides on top of our ancient social programming. To behave in a way that elicits positive responses from people, and avoid negative responses. But like many other instincts, when this rises to the conscious level, it can be difficult. We know what NOT to do to AVOID negative social signals. But what to do to GET positive social signals isn't so easy. Particularly when you realize that in the past, we KNEW what to do, to get those positive social signals, because we were around people that we had known our own lives. All the good behavior, and the bad behavior, was highly calibrated. This is a large component of social anxiety. It's EASY to avoid negative social signals. Wear the same color shirt as the wall, and hope nobody sees you. But what if we WANT to engage socially? What if we WANT positive social responses, but from STRANGERS? Particularly sexy strangers? Strangers we WANT to be friend with? We want to IMPRESS them. Or as the dating folks say, we want to Demonstrate High Value, or DHV. How, specifically, do we do that? That most common answer is to keep trying. That it's a numbers game. To keep taking shots on goal, and hope some of them go in. This CAN work. But it's VERY inefficient. At BEST, and after years of practice, you MIGHT get a 10% success rate. Or or a 90% FAILURE rate. But what if you could REVERSE this? By reversing the strategy, you could reverse the numbers? Meaning that the MAJORITY of people you interacted with would think FONDLY of you? What would THAT do for your confidence? Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/first-impressions/
  15. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan29_Post.mp4 One of the most sought after experiences among competitive athletes is the flow state. Musicians and other performers experience this on a different level. The flow state is when you are operating at a very high level of competence, but you are unconscious. Not in a trance, (or passed out) but you are flowing without needing your conscious brain. Most of us experience the flow state while doing more mundane things like doing laundry and making grilled cheeses. These are things that are learned skills. Learned to the point of unconscious competence. Meaning we can do them without our brains. But for pros, whose careers require they practice for hours a day, they do this with HIGHLY trained skills. Not only highly trained skills, but highly trained skills used in a competitive environment. When your making a burrito or folding your clothes, the burrito ingredients or your unfolded clothes just sit there. They aren't fighting against you. But in a competitive sport, you have ZERO idea what the other guy is going to do. So when you reach a flow state in this environment, it's like magic. A continuous unfolding of uncertainty, the mathematics of which are too complex to solve even with the most powerful supercomputers. Yet here's our ancient monkey-brain, flowing like a dream. This is a bit different for performance arts. For performing, it's more like folding your clothes. Meaning there isn't anybody in your face trying to mess you up. Sometimes the opposite. If it's appropriate, and the audience is watching, you can use their energy to enhance your performance. And since this is unexpected, it's very much a flow state. A friend of mine did this while on stage. He was in a play that he'd practiced a kajillion times. But one night, when he was about to drop a "punchline," he broke a cardinal rule of acting. That is to NEVER beak the fourth wall. Breaking the fourth wall means looking DIRECTLY at the audience, or the camera. He said he didn't know WHY he did it. He just felt it, in the moment, spontaneously within the flow state. Instead of looking at his partner, he calmly turned directly to the audience and said it. And EVERYBODY, even the director, said it was PERFECT. Something you can never predict or even explain. You just gotta feel it. There is a way to CREATE this feeling in others. Conversationally. The natural FLOW state. Where one idea simply slides right into the next. All they need to do is follow your words. And they can passively enjoy one of the most sought after human experiences. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/slippery-slope-language/
  16. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan27_Post.mp4 Ever since I've been in high school, I've loved cycling. When I was in college, whenever I had some spare time, I'd go riding up and down hills. I liked riding up and down. Riding up was kind of like hiking. You keep grinding, and every once in a while you stop and look around and see how much higher you are. But going down is a different kind of thrill. A spending of carefully saved up potential energy. The fastest I've ever coasted downhill was 53 miles per hour. A perfect hill for coasting. Steep, long, and then flat for at least half mile. No intersections, no lights. So the ONLY limitation was how long I could coast without feeling the need to put the breaks on. It always reminded me of the song "Helter Skelter," by the Beatles. Particularly the line: "When I get to the bottom I go back to the top of the slide, when I stop and I turn and I go for a ride..." This is about a roller coaster called "Helter Skelter." It's also considered to be the first "metal" song. But riding down hills is inherently pleasing. They've got these tours in place like Hawaii and other exotic vacation spots. They drive up you to the top of a huge mountain. Then you coast down on mountain bikes. The bikes have governors on the brakes, so you don't go too fast. So you can just relax, and coast, and enjoy the scenery. We humans LOVE being "taken" on rides. Physical rides. Emotional rides. This is why we love stories. We love to FEEL the emotions without having to take any real risks. Like riding down hill without needing to ride up. But sitting and watching an emotional ride is one thing. A fantastic movie or serial drama. But participating is something else. When you go out with your buddies for example. And one unexpected good thing happens after another. And everybody ends up happily ever after, if you catch my drift. We love to fantasize the same way. All of this is based on a kind of "pseudo logic" structure on our brains. The more you think about this, the more you can understand just how enjoyable it is. Thinking of happy thoughts naturally leads to happier thoughts. Even random conversations with friends follow this kind of pseudo logic. The more you participate in these conversations, the more fun they are. The more fun they are, the more you can start to remember this, now. And all those other times when you unexpectedly found yourself in a fantastic sequence of events and emotions. Even better is when you understand this linguistic structure. So you can be the one leading the conversation. From one happy emotion to another. Naturally, the more you lead the conversation, the more you lead the ideas in their brain. The more you lead the ideas in their brain, the more you be able to lead their actions. To any happy ending you like. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/slippery-slope-language/
  17. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan26_Post.mp4 I saw a really cool movie the other night. It was a very well calibrated sequence of plot twists. Three main characters. A fake psychic, his manager and audience plant, and a criminal who believed the fake psychic was a real psychic. A simple setup, and then plot twist after plot twist. And because each plot twist was well calibrated, they were very believable. A very nice ride. Other movies don't have ANY plot twists. A few reveals in the beginning, then essentially a race. Other movies start out strong, a few well paced and well calibrated plot twists, reveals and character developments. But then they crash and burn. Humans have been telling each other stories since the dawn of time. Since before time, if you consider time as a human invention, or at least the measurement. And if you consider our storytelling and story-listening brain a kind of support function, it's easy to see why we like plot twists. Hero's, archetypes, gods, monsters, etc. serve as imaginary "role models." And we humans, in our ancient ancestry, are not strangers to unexpected calamity, NEED those in our stories. If we are going on an epic hunting trip against a big, potentially delicious, but potentially deadly wooly mammoth, it's not unexpected to lose a few people. So the stories and heroes we keep in our brains also need to have unexpected tragedies. The Greeks figured this out when they stared making epic tragedies and the idea of catharsis. It's HELPFUL for us humans to be watching a story, and then suddenly get emotionally sucker punched. A recent study of a few hundred thousand modern fiction showed that this good-bad sequence of events is EVERYWHERE. So when you come across a very WELL calibrated sequence of emotionally rich story elements it feels good. Particularly when everything turns out OK. Because we KNOW we will face unexpected calamity. And we very much WANT to believe we'll turn out OK. If you look, you'll find this structure everywhere. A sequence of emotions, oscillating between good, not so good, good, unexpectedly tragic, recovery, disaster, triumph, etc. Music, movies, TV shows, video games, EVERYWHERE. The best sales pages are very much like the best movies. They hook you in, take you on a while ride, and you get a feeling of release at the end. This is the structure of human thought. The IDEAL sequence of events, good, bad, good, bad, triumph. Learn to speak like this, and be a walking magician. A word wizard that can speak to their deeper emotions, and move them to profound understandings. Of you, them, and everything else. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/slippery-slope-language/
  18. Weaponized Psychology: https://mindpersuasion.com/weaponized-psychology/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan19_Loop.mp4
  19. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec23Post.mp4 The idea of ROI can be found everywhere. But only if you know where to look. From a business standpoint, if you don't have a good handle on ROI, you'll be broke in a hurry. ROI, of course, stands for return on investment. If you spend $10,000 on the back end, and you only make back $8000, that's not so good. You'd be in a position of having done a lot of work, and coming up negative $2K. You could have done NOTHING and kept the original $10K. Of course, it's not so simple. Particularly in business. That $10K may pay itself off in many ways that you can't possibly anticipate. This is why running a successful business is MUCH more complicated than the common, "Spend money to make money" idea. But the idea of ROI exists on an instinctive level. All animals would go extinct in a hurry if they didn't always have a positive ROI or a positive EROI. EROI meaning "energy return on investment." A monkey that spends 200 calories getting a banana that only has 100 calories is going to be negative 100 calories. Not a good strategy. What is likely the most complex area of ROI is in self development. Plenty of people spend plenty of time and money in expensive seminars. Famous gurus charge several thousand for a weekend or a week long seminar. If you ONLY measured this from a financial standpoint, most seminar attendees would be net negative. I doubt that very few people could show that they were making an average of $50K per year. Then they spent $10K on a "guru" seminar, and are now making $100K per year. This is where our insanely powerful self deception kicks in. We say things like, "Well at least I know." Or, "Yeah, it was a fantastic experience!" This is when it gets VERY confusing. Did they go there to learn things to make more money or get more action, and THEN after it was over, use their hindsight bias to REFRAME their intention as having a great experience? Vacations are great experiences. And they can be expensive. So, how do you know the difference? When it comes to self improvement, consider forcing yourself to look for positive ROI. Learning things that can help immediately. To do some exercises, to see some tangible results, which tells you that you ARE making progress, and not just pretending. One of the EASIEST ways to do this is to change some very subtle parts of your behavior. Specifically, how you talk. The tone of your voice. The spaces in between your words. These kinds of things are easy to do. And you'll quickly get some positive feedback. No guru seminars required. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/commanding-voice/
  20. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov22Post.mp4 Most people are not very articulate. And this is very frustrating. We all love the ideas in our own brain. But when we try to express them, they usually don't sound NEARLY as good as they do inside our head. This is a very common movie and TV trope. From both angles. The speaker has a good idea, they try to express it, and fail. Then they say: "I'm not explaining this very well," while their friends wonder what the heck they are talking about. On the other side, the listener is watching them explain their goofy idea, and says: "Do you hear what you're saying?" Both of these express the common frustration. Of having and idea and not being able to get it out. Or wanting very much to understand the idea in somebody else's brain, but not being able to. This is a very common element in relationship issues. One of the main reasons for therapy and couples counseling is to get both parties' ideas "out there" so there isn't any confusion. Otherwise tiny little problems can EXPLODE. One person has what COULD be a simple problem with a simple solution. But they don't express it correctly. The other person listens to and misunderstand the incorrectly expressed problem and takes it the wrong way. Then THEY express that the wrong way and it turns into a vicious cycle of DOOM! Yikes! But if you can develop the skill of taking the time to accurately understand exactly WHAT is going on in their brain, you can not only stop problems from happening, but you can create INSANE amounts of attraction. A very common love movie trope is the famous: "You get me," line. One lonely hearted lady has been searching her whole life for somebody who GETS her. The person who GETS her, GETS her. Her heart, her soul, her love, her undying affection. At least that's the underlying suggestion when would-be-lovers finally find each other. Not just a temporary hottie between the sheets. But somebody who really GETS them. This is much, much easier than most people realize. And like a lot of social and romantic strategies, most people are doing it wrong. What's the WRONG way? Strolling up and telling THEM about YOU. Right off the bat this utterly precludes anybody from getting anybody. You telling them about YOU isn't the real you. Chances are it's some kind of memorized game. You telling them about YOU isn't going to help YOU get THEM. Remember, somebody ELSE getting US requires they take the effort to find out about us. To understand us. You CANNOT do that if you are doing all the talking. Instead, turn off your brain. And listen carefully for their thoughts. Read the energy, the body language, and social situation. Turn your brain into a powerful RECEIVER of useful information. Not a emitter of self-based propaganda. Do this and they will see YOU like those movie lovers see each other. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/telepathic-enhancer/
  21. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept25Post.mp4 Magic tricks are cool. I've been fortunate enough to know two guys who were professional, up close, sleight of hand magicians. Up close meaning they would perform at places like this club in Hollywood called the "Magic Castle." And they wouldn't be up on stage. The rooms were set up like rooms at big, Hollywood Hills style house parties. And the guy would be sitting behind a table, and they would have very small, kind of "bleachers" set up. So you could have a straight line of sight from where you were to the dudes hands. The rooms were small enough so you could hear the magician talk without him needing a mic or even to speak loudly. And they would tell this long, stories while doing their tricks. Card tricks. Shuffling and dealing. And since these guys were top notch, sleight of hand specialists, they could deal FROM anywhere in the deck and deal TO anywhere in the deck. We'd be watching his hands closely. He'd be watching his hands closely. He'd be telling some long, random story. But the story would end, and he'd deal out all the cards, one by one, and they would match PERFECTLY. Clearly this is something you'd need to practice A LOT. But it was also a kind of blurred reality. Often, when a magician is telling a story, it's mostly for misdirection. You're paying attention to the story, not his a hands. But when the story is actually part of the trick, it creates a very, very hypnotic effect. My other friend did a bit of stage work, but for him, magic was mostly a hobby. He'd show up at a bar, talk a good game, telling magician type stories, while doing simple tricks with coins, etc. He's ALWAYS get a crowd around him. And even though he wasn't "handsome" by any stretch, the dude got laid like CRAZY. Even if you don't know any magic, don't want to learn any magic, you can still leverage this technique. Of talking a good game. But this is the cool part. Most people are NOT articulate. Most people mumble their words, or repeat words and phrases used by others. But articulation, and verbal energy are two things can PRACTICE. And practice every day. All by yourself. So even if you are talking about a duck you saw while walking in the park, you can generate the same magical effect. The secret is that unless you are helping a pilot land a plane, the words you use are NOT very important. So you take any random words, and add in some mental power, and some mental based articulation, you can mesmerize anybody. And crowds will gather just to hear you speak. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/mental-strength/
  22. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug29Post.mp4 A short hand version of a common question to ask somebody new is, "What's your story?" This sounds very intuitive. We all have a "story" about who we are, where we are going, the things we want, the obstacles we'll face, etc. There's a TV show about way back in the day before ladies were allowed to be full fledged reporters. It's based on a true story that happened at Newsweek magazine back in the sixties. They made an HBO show about it, and in one episode a lady was being taught how to be a reporter by her boyfriend. They both saw an event. They both agreed what the event was, objectively. A minor, and an orphan was sneaking out at night and spray painting various walls. They disagreed on what the "story" should be. The lady thought the "story" was how the at-risk-youth were being left behind. The guy thought the "story" was how the establishment (cops etc.) were not doing their job in protecting the city. When a guy is on trial for murder, or some other non-technical crime, and the evidence is fairly sketchy, whichever attorney comes up with the best "story" will win. A long, long time ago, I took a class in the Bible as literature. It was taught by a Catholic Priest, who, to his credit, really did teach it as literature. His main point that it was a "story." As a piece of this evidence, he pointed out that in the different versions of the crucifixion, they had different inscriptions. If this were an event, and had been reported on by actual reporters, they would have gotten that part right. But he did illustrate a very, very interesting concept. And that is the "origin" of "origin stories." In the four Gospels, the way they are laid it, it follows this structure PERFECTLY. First, there is Jesus, and all the things he did. Later, there a stories about him going even further back. And then in the last Gospel (John) was perhaps the most famous "origin story" of all time. "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God... ... and the Word became flesh." Who else follows this kind of story evolution? Darth Vader and Voldemort. The first movies and books just have the bad guy. But then in later books or movies, you find out what happened to them as kids. All human communication is a story. And just like world famous, super rich defense attorneys can get blatant criminals off by telling STORIES, so can you. Win elections, win hearts, and win contracts, win whatever you want. Ditch the "Language is words" metaphor and instead, pick up the "language is stories" metaphor and CLEAN UP. Master stories, your mind. Master stories, master the world. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/metaphor-mastery/
  23. 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/
  24. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug27Post.mp4 Most have heard the truism, "The map is not the territory." This sounds pretty simple, and pretty self evidence. You have a bunch of mountains in front of you. And you've got a map of the same mountains. The map is a 3'x 5' piece of paper. The mountains are miles and miles of dirt and trees and water and infinitely complex life forms. Obviously, the map is not the territory. Or if you're standing in a fast food place, trying to decide what to order. There are the descriptions, and there is the food. The descriptions, the map, is not the same as the food. Plenty of restaurants have food you can order that doesn't exist on the menu, or the map. Suppose you walked into a pancake restaurant. One that was happy to make custom orders. And you ordered, on spur of the moment, a triple-decker pancake stack with peanut butter and olive oil between the first two. And hot mustard and wasabi sauce between the second two. And on top, you wanted raisins covered in strawberry ice cream. And suppose you were absolutely making up that order as you said the words. Imagine the waitress giggled a bit while she wrote it down. And the pancake chef was a bit confused, as he created your crazy stack of pancakes just as you ordered. The "map" was created out of what? Your organically evolving creativity? The territory, the actual pancakes, were created FROM your goofy map. Of course, this is strange example. But it points that the very, very complex difference between map and territory. Sometimes the territory comes first, like mountains. They can exist for millions of billions of years before somebody comes along and makes a map. Sometimes the map can come first, like in a goofy custom pancake order. Consider that how you see the relationship between maps and territories is very close to how you might see the world. Some people would NEVER go anywhere without a map. Some people would never DARE order anything that's not on the menu. Then there are people like "Doc" from the Back To The Future movies. Who famously said, "Where we're going, we don't need roads!" The words we use can describe the world we see around us. They describe the thoughts in our brain. The stories we tell ourselves about our limitations. Or we can change our stories, and change our inner maps. Your words can be used to form questions to find out what's inside their brains. And change their stories, and change their maps, and change their world. Most people are content to be passive watchers. To wait around for others to create maps. Most people don't even have control over the maps that exist in their minds. Most people have ideas and strategies about the world they got from other people. That's easy, but it's not required. Master your maps, master your words, and you will master everything. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/metaphor-mastery/
  25. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug26Post.mp4 Voltaire famously said he only needed ten minutes to talk away his ugly face, and he'd bed the queen of France. Maybe he was being truthful. Maybe was really just bragging to his buddies. But the idea is very, very compelling. In one episode if "The Last Kingdom," a serial drama that takes place when the Vikings were running around creating havoc in pre-united England, one character gave another some very good advice. The character giving the advice was leaving. The character receiving advice was going to hang around and try and keep the peace. The advice? "Be careful of X, he uses his words very well." Where X was some low key villain. But that statement is very, very telling. It's different from saying he's good with a sword. It's different from saying he's got a lot of money to bribe people. It's different from saying he's got a lot of connections with some sketchy people. He uses his words very well. What does this mean, exactly? It means he can stand up, maybe on a table, and start talking. And based only on his WORDS, he can generate an intention in the crowd. That using only his WORDS, he can lead the crowd to do plenty of damage. Most war movies, or movies with battles have a very well written, "battlefield speech." Where the one guy uses only his WORDS to inspire his usually outnumbered troops so they can kill the bad guys. Most sports movies, even mediocre sports TV shows have the famous locker room speech. Even the speeches that totally suck, they are there because we EXPECT them. We EXPECT to hear a rousing speech by somebody before we do something. Even when burying a fallen comrade, somebody needs to SAY something. They even say this in the movies. Their all standing at their buddy's grave, and somebody looks around. "Shouldn't somebody say something?" That we both expect and fear a string of powerful words is an indication that this is part of who we are. An instinct. Beyond battlefield speeches, words are critical. The things we say to each other are critical. Our biggest selling feature as animals is our brains. Our thinking, speaking brains. The words we say reflect our thinking. The thoughts we think are driven by the words we hear. If you can talk a good game, you can open a door into many, many minds. If you can change how you talk to yourself you can recalibrate your own mind. If you can master words, you can master thought. If you can master thought, you can master behaviors. Yours, your friends, and everybody else. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/metaphor-mastery/
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