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  1. Pheromone Amnesia: https://mindpersuasion.com/pheromone-amnesia/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb19_Loop.mp4
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb17_Post.mp4 One of the key "problems" of game theory is your opponents intentions. If you misunderstand their intention, not much will work. Business, chess players, even athletes understand this intuitively. Purposely projecting a "false" intention on your enemy is a deeply instinctive trait. The other day I saw a video of a gazelle faking the crap out of an attacking lion. The gazelle was drinking at a stream. And at the last minute saw a lion that had been stalking it. The gazelle faked one way, got the lion to com
  3. I'm thinking of buying it, I want to know what you guys think about the product and its effectiveness. Thank you
  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb06_Post.mp4 They say there are two tragedies in life. Getting your goals, and not getting your goals. This doesn't make much sense, at first. But consider each one. You have achieved ALL your goals. Sure, it feels good for a bit. But then what? Assume you've spent most of your adult life going after your most coveted goals. You've spent years, or even decades. Every day you wake up with burning desire. An ambition driven fire in your belly. To GET that most coveted goal. So, what do you do now
  5. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan28_Post.mp4 Amino acids are pretty cool. DNA and amino acids work together to build protein. Your body is made up of protein. Whoever invented this system was pretty smart. Your DNA unravels, and creates a kind of "mini-factory" for the amino acids to come down and link together. As the individual amino acids link together according to that tiny section of unraveled DNA, they build proteins. Proteins make up everything about you. Your eyes, your brain, and all the memories included in your brain. Of course, your
  6. A simple idea describes why we tend to have so many problems. And that is the idea of "instinct mismatch." The idea that our instincts were calibrated for a much, much different world. Hunger is the most common example. Back in the day, the rules were simple. Find something to eat. If it tasted good, eat as much of it as you could. Those that this simple, DNA programmed "eating rule" the STRONGEST would tend to survive. Those that had this unconscious urge the strongest would be more motivated to find food, more motivated to eat food, and more motivated
  7. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec20Post.mp4 Acquired tastes are pretty cool. We tend to think of them as taking time, and not being instantly delicious. For example, once I had a Vietnamese coworker. She brought in some Vietnamese food to work. Our boss came in, took a bite and said: "Hmm, must be an acquired taste." Which is the opposite of saying: "Wow, this is delicious!" Saying it must be an acquired taste is kind of like saying you think it tastes like crap but you get that other people like it. But even that statement is not accurate.
  8. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov28Post.mp4 We humans have a lot of biases. It's really, really hard to see these in ourselves. But really easy to see in others. The question is, why do we have such strong biases? These didn't just pop into our brains on accident. Well, that's not true. Everything about us DID pop in by accident. The good stuff is kept, the bad stuff is tossed out. "Kept" meaning the people who had the good stuff got to live. "Tossed out" meaning that the people who had the bad stuff didn't. Or at least didn't live lon
  9. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov27Post.mp4 There are a lot of metaphors about getting to know people. Peeling back the onion layers, etc. There are a lot of metaphorical expressions that describe what it's like to be in this process. "I think I like him/her." "I'm not sure how I feel about him/her." There's also ideas that describe what it's like to fall for somebody who is not our "type." This is something that's much easier to see in somebody else. Somebody you know falls hard and fast for somebody. Everything just kind of "clicked." Or
  10. Time Travel Lovers: https://mindpersuasion.com/time-travel-lovers/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov17Loop.mp4
  11. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov10Post.mp4 I remember a long, long time ago, when my high school buddy and I were shifting from high school kids to college kids. I'd sent in my application early and had gotten accepted. It wasn't a big deal, since I went to one of those schools that accepts anybody with a pulse. The only benefit to sending in all the apps ahead of time was so you didn't have to worry about signing up for classes at the beginning of the semester. Kind of like having a reservation instead of showing up and having to wait. Anyhow, my buddy had t
  12. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov06Post.mp4 Humans come with a lot of pre-wired circuits. What's probably the most famous is Chomsky's theory of transformation grammar. Particularly the X-bar theory. Sentences have a specific grammatical structure. English is subject-object-noun. But this goes all the way down. Noun phrases, verb phrases, the way multiple adjectives connect with long noun phrases, etc. So when little kids are between the ages of zero and 2 or so, they are literally calibrating all these "switches." Once they calibrate all the sw
  13. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov05Post.mp4 A very important aspect of human nature is our dreaming mind. Ever since humans invented fire, the battle for hierarchical supremacy has been a thinking contest. All the young cave kids would look up at the stars at night and dream. Now they might somebody slay the monster like the hero of the stories. Life way back then was VERY harsh, but very simple. The two critical things for ANY living entity is food (energy) and sex. For humans, this was manifested through the dreaming mind. The storytelling and stor
  14. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov04Post.mp4 Getting people to like you is pretty easy. At least from a purely structural standpoint. Getting people to like you is kind of like cooking something for somebody they'll like. When we eat "good" stuff, it tastes "good." This sounds like one of those circular arguments. When we eat food we like, it gives us a pleasurable feeling. We all have slightly different tastes. But they break down to the same basic ingredients and flavors. Similarly, we all like the same kind of people, but with slightly differe
  15. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov03Post.mp4 Making people happy feels good. That's why most people love kids. You don't have to put a lot of brainpower into making them smile. Just make a bunch of silly noises and a goofy face and Bob's your uncle. In fact, an anthropologist named Brown wanted to find something he called the "Universal People." He modeled this idea after Chomsky, who became famous with his theory of "Universal Language." According to Chomsky, all Earthlings speak the same language, only different dialects. We all come pre-programmed
  16. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct24Post.mp4 One of my favorite shows from a few decades ago was the X-files. Not just because it was about aliens or anything. But how it was written. Specifically, the two characters could each describe what had happened, during any particular episode, according to their own viewpoint. The doctor could always and legitimately describe things scientifically. The UFO guy could always describe things paranormally. Many movies that this kind of ambiguity build in. When it ends, nobody's sure what really happened. Som
  17. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July20Post.mp4 There's one structure that, if you start looking for it, you'll find this everywhere. Not only will you find this everywhere, but this simple structure is about as close to success strategy as you'll find. If not in and of itself, but a very necessary requirement to any kind of success. Money, sex, love, genuine social validation and status, etc. The structure involves delayed gratification. Not just for the sake of delaying gratification. But under an "acquired taste" structure. For example, suppose you h
  18. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July19Post.mp4 When it comes to meeting new people, we have a best case outcome and a worst case outcome. The best case and the worst case are time dependent. The increase of one creates a fear of the other. Because they are two sides of the same coin. The worst case is rejection. But not just your average run of the mill, "I have a boyfriend" rejection. A deep, personal, "I see who you really are and I want nothing to do with you" rejection. This is the deep fear ALL humans carry around with us. It is so deep, it i
  19. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun28Post.mp4 There are some pretty cool videos about magnets. Particularly the ones that show the normally "invisible" magnetic lines of force. If you have a regular magnet, the lines of force shoot out straight from one pole and then arc down toward the other pole. Normally, when we think of magnets, we think of short distances. (Or refrigerators and our shopping list...) But the magnetic field, where the normally invisible lines of force go, are cool when we get a glimpse. The way they make these videos is they put a ton o
  20. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun27Post.mp4 When I was a kid, me and my friends would play football. Usually two on two, or three on three. In the street, or somewhere. This was way back in the days when it was safe to play outside. Often, when somebody's mom would come looking for them, we'd use the "next touchdown wins" rule. Even if one team was ahead by a lot, we wanted to make it exciting till the very end. This also made it feel like we had control. So that nobody could blame somebody else's mom for interrupting the game, when they were JUST
  21. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun25Post.mp4 If you've ever made the switch from regular soda to diet soda, it might be a little harsh at first. But it's easy to get used to. And if you drink regular soda by accident, it will taste like pure sugar water. This happens to your taste buds, if you gradually shift to a healthier diet. If you get into the habit of eating healthy, processed food taste really bad. If you re-calibrate your taste buds to the natural sweetness of fruit, eating some ice cream would be too much. If you work out regularly, but can't for
  22. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/May20Post.mp4 If you are a fan of science fiction, you'll eventually run into the idea of a silicon based life form. The reason for silicon is it's kind of related to carbon. Now, why does life on Earth, and according to scientists, life in the rest of the universe made up of carbon? Not just carbon, but carbon, hydrogen and oxygen? Those three atoms have TONS of different ways they can link up together. Carbon has four valence electrons. What does that mean? That carbon can hook up with each one of those valence electro
  23. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/May19Post.mp4 Imagine you were having a big dinner party. You just got a promotion, or she said yes, or any other reason. You were cooking something that you'd never cooked before. Some huge roast pork of some kind. All your dinner guests were excited, ready to taste the delicious smelling pork. You check the recipe, and it says to cook it until it reaches an internal temperature of 170 degrees. You check it, and sure enough, 170 degrees. You pull it out, cut it up, serve to your guests. They eat it. Only twent
  24. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/May18Post.mp4 The best relationships are mutually beneficial. Even raising kids. Sure, the kid doesn't do much except receive stuff from the parent. Food, safety, love, various forms of teaching, etc. But the benefit to the parent is immeasurable. The child knows absolutely nothing about this ancient arrangement. They just show up, and suck as much experiential data into their brains as possible. But once you have a kid, it changes everything. It changes your outlook, your priorities and the things make you happy
  25. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/May17Post.mp4 Mother Nature is a genius. The way she calibrated our instincts to survive back in the day was fantastic. Particularly when you consider our brains, our main feature. Brains are extremely expensive. Thinking about difficult subjects is literally hard work. Our brains burn more calories per gram than any other body part. So sitting and studying algebra literally is hard work. And way back in the day, when our brains were tripling in size over a couple million years, a decision had to be made. Our brains
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