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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov16Post.mp4 Plenty of animals can be trained. Even wild animals. This is something most would disagree with. But the word "trained" is often thought to be associated with the idea of being "trained to do what we want." For example, I've seen plenty of "trained" deer in the wild. No, they didn't do tricks or sit. But they were "trained." Only nobody "trained" them. They "learned." What did they learn? That humans are a source of FREE FOOD. My buddies and I had spent a day hiking. We got to ou
  2. Angels and Bus Stops: https://mindpersuasion.com/angels-and-bus-stops/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov05Loop.mp4
  3. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept23Post.mp4 Bees and humans are a lot alike. From a basic structural, get some food level. Bees go out looking for food. They all go off in a different direction. They come back and report their findings. How they do this is pretty cool. They do a little figure 8 dance. The size of the 8 is based on the amount of food they found. The angle is based on the direction and the distance. So they all come back, take turns dancing, and all follow the guy with the biggest figure 8. Humans are the same. But
  4. Angry Gorilla Equations: https://mindpersuasion.com/angry-gorilla-equations/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept22Loop.mp4
  5. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July15Post.mp4 One way that humans transfer skills from one brain to another is through modeling. Unconscious copying. This can happen purely unconsciously, when kids copy things from adults. Or when teenagers pick up "bad" behaviors from the "wrong" crowd. Or partially consciously, partially unconsciously, in the case of the master-apprentice relationship. Or fully consciously, when we practice something from a teacher or a coach, but with our full conscious attention. Natural, instinctive life skills are mostly unconscious.
  6. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr23Post.mp4 One very common, and very dangerous fallacy is the "set and forget" idea. This is possible in some areas, but not others. For example, you learn to tie your shoes and you're done. A few rounds of trial and error, figure it out and you're good. Riding a bike, driving a car, making a peanut butter sandwich. All these are skill that are EASY to put into the level of unconscious competence. But many other skills are not so easy. Cooking, for example, you can continue to learn as long as you live. There are
  7. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr12Post.mp4 You'll find feedback loops everywhere. Most of them are hard to predict. More of a general structure. The bigger the system is, the harder it is to predict. Like weather patterns, for example. A huge system with inter-dependent variables. One gigantic feedback system. Impossible to predict. This is why they can only give percentages when talking about rain. But from inside your own head? It's easy. Since you don't NEED to predict anything. You just need to have a direction. Not
  8. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan21Post.mp4 Way back during the middle ages, there was a lot of new ideas popping up all over the place. One of the main events was the creation of a Christian religion besides the Catholic church. The philosophical differences between the various Christian churches are pretty interesting and very dense. The Catholic Church, was suddenly in a bad way. Up until the protestant reformation, they had TONS of power. Each European country had their own king or ruling system. But so long as they were all Catholic (or back then Chr
  9. Between Two Hallucinations: https://mindpersuasion.com/between-two-hallucinations/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/between-two-hallucinations https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec19Loop.mp4
  10. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec18Post.mp4 Nearly all humans have the same basic intentions. We want to operate within the world to get what we want and need. We want some kind of vocation that rewards us for our skills. Skills we can continue to learn. Skills we feel are an expression of our nature. The ideal rewards for these skills are not only money, but recognition. The ideal situation is to present your skills to the world. And have them recognized as skills few others have. And because of that, you get money and genuine validation and re
  11. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec15Post.mp4 People can, and are, trained just like animals. We have a built in learning system, which is based on the same learning that is built into lower animals. The famous "anchoring" process from NLP is a perfect example. It's based on Pavlov's famous dog experiments. Scientist had a dog. He brought the food, and the dog salivated. He brought the food, and rang a bell, and the dog salivated. He rang the bell WITH the food a few times. Then he ONLY rang the bell, and the dog salivated. He essentially "tr
  12. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct30Post.mp4 Our self aware minds can be seen as a new instinct generator. This may seem to be a silly way to look at our brains. But way back in the early days of pre-human evolution, we pre-humans started migrating around the world. Every other animal has a bunch of pre-programmed instincts that help it survive in a certain environment. They have instincts to dictate what they should eat and what they should avoid. If they make any changes, it takes a very, very long time. There are couple of related birds in South America
  13. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept13Post.mp4 Being told what to do is a comfortable feeling. If somebody tells you what to do, there isn't any worry or anxiety. If somebody tells you what to do, there is little risk. If somebody tells you what to do, so long as you follow the instructions, even if it doesn't work, you can't get in trouble. There are also many drawbacks to being told what to do. You are limited by the person telling you what to do. If they run out of choices, so you do. If they are up to no good, and they keep that from you, you may g
  14. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept08Post.mp4 There are two basic ways you can cook. One is to follow a recipe step by step. This doesn't require you know anything about anything. Only that you can follow directions. If you are careful, you can create some pretty good stuff. On the other hand, if know some basics, you can invent your own stuff. Which kinds of things go with others. Some sales jobs offer very little training. They are based on pure numbers. They give you a list of names and numbers, and a script. The more people you call
  15. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug22Post.mp4 A long, long time ago, human brains started to get really big. Eventually, a decision had to be made. Because our brains were getting so big, there was a problem with birth. There were essentially two choices. The first choice was that our hips could keep getting wider and wider, so our brains to keep getting bigger and bigger. That wasn't such a good option, because that would force us back to walking on four legs. So the next option was to have us born WAY before we were finished. This is why humans are h
  16. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July31Post.mp4 Most people like the idea of being told what to do. Plenty of self development courses are built around this idea. "Watch over my shoulder as I make millions," kind of thing. Step by step blueprints. But simple economics tells us this is impossible. Simple economics and a little bit of thought. Imagine some "guru" DID manage to discover the "secret" to success. And he packed seminar room after seminar room. And told all the attendees the step by step "blueprint" for success. That would work IF th
  17. The Coming Collective Consciousness Shift: https://mindpersuasion.com/future-life-regression-hypnosis/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/future-timeline-hypnosis https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July24Loop.mp4
  18. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July2Post.mp4 A lot of things exists on continuums. One side is one extreme, another side is another extreme. For example, a very common idea is to be motivated by pain or pleasure. Either being motivated by moving away from pain. Or being motivated toward pleasure. Most are a mix of the two. Too far on either side can cause problems. If you are ONLY motivated away from pain, once you get far enough away so the pain diminishes, you'll lose your motivation. You'll always start things, but never finish. On the ot
  19. Tofu and the Neolithic Revolution https://mindpersuasion.com/the-history-of-corn/
  20. https://mindpersuasion.com/trial-and-error-spices/
  21. Most people have heard about the four levels of learning. Unconscious incompetence, when you don't know you suck. Conscious incompetence, when you know that you suck. Conscious competence, when you don't suck, but you've got to use all your brain power to not suck. Then unconscious competence, where you can do it fairly well without needing to think. Many things that we learn come through these four categories. Tying your shoes, writing, driving, riding a bicycle, making a burrito. But there are some skills we come pre-programmed with. Like communication
  22. One of Cialdini's important laws is called "Commitment and Consistency." It's kind of complex how it works, especially from a persuasion standpoint. It's the idea behind sales funnels. You buy a product for $3. Then you buy another product for $19 from the same place. Then you buy another one for $49. Sales funnels use this PLUS scarcity. Each additional sales is a "one time offer." So they are combining TWO of Cialdini's laws. The law of Commitment and Consistency (you already bought one, so one more is consistent) and Scarcity (one time offer)..
  23. A few months back they had a new chess computer. Called "Deep Learning," it wasn't really a chess computer. More a "meta computer." Up until that point, the only way to build a chess computer was to program it to play chess. Meaning you had to give it algorithms to reference from any position. So when the computer saw a opponent's position, it had to calculate all the potential moves. But doing that, "calculating all the potential moves," had to be programmed in. Meaning somebody had to put in all the rules and algorithms based on each potential position.
  24. https://mindpersuasion.com/the-boy-plunger/
  25. Most people are aware of the four stages of learning. Unconscious incompetence, conscious incompetence, conscious competence and unconscious competence. The final stage, unconscious competence, is when you know stuff by heart. When you can play a song on the piano without thinking. Or bake a cake from memory while talking on the phone. And when it comes to getting to that last level, there are two "sub" levels. The first is when you learn something completely new. This is how most people think of that last level. Learning to ride a bike, tie your shoes,
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