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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr29Post.mp4 We humans have crappy memories. Unless you are a freak or have spent some time learning some memory techniques, you forget somebody's name a few seconds after you hear it. Even in school, when we are told exactly what to remember, we study all night, and get a B. If you are a prosecuting attorney, and all you have is eyewitness testimony, you won't even bother. Study after study has shown how faulty our memories are. Even super goofy studies where they have two guys carrying a big painting down the street show half of us aren't even paying attention. The two guys with the painting purposely block somebody, the person waits, one of the guys goes behind the painting, and a COMPLETELY different person comes back out. Only about HALF of the people notice this. This is kind of funny, but it also presents a problem. Because whenever we go into a NEW situation, our brains MUST figure out how to feel about it. So it quickly checks all the similar experiences in our past. If we've done that thing a bunch of times successfully, we'll get a strong positive response. But if we haven't, we'll get anxiety as a response. This is why we feel confident doing EASY things. We define those as easy since we've done them a bunch of times. Our mind-body system notices we're going into a situation where we've had TONS of success before, and sends back a, "sure, no problem," response. The problems come when we WANT to feel confident doing things we AREN'T confident doing. Killing it in job interviews. Making a ton of money in sales. Talking to attractive people. The most common way to develop confidence in these areas is to simply muscle your way through. Feel the fear and do it anyway. Build in tons of positive experiences on top of all the negative ones. This is a legitimate strategy. But it DOES take time. And a LOT of effort. There IS a much easier way. And this relies on our super-crappy memory. See, most of the stuff we remember DIDN'T happen the way we remember it. How, exactly did it happen? Who knows! Who cares! This means you can get in there, inside your own brain, and CREATE any experiences and any feelings about those experiences that you want. You have to kind of constrain yourself to reality. You can't really pretend you are from another planet and you have super powers. But you can change the MEANINGS you give to random events in your past. How many random events do you have in your brain? WAAAAAAAY more than you can find. Which means you can BUILD maximum confidence in any situation you want. Without EVER leaving your home. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/pre-framing/
  2. Future Toast Pattern: https://mindpersuasion.com/future-toast-pattern/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr28Loop.mp4
  3. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr27Post.mp4 A very common martial arts movie trope is that you learn to fight so you don't have to fight. With just a little bit of thought, this makes perfect sense. If you don't know how to fight, AND you are worried about getting beat up, you will project a certain non-verbal energy. Street thieves, pickpockets, etc. know exactly WHO will be most likely to NOT put up a fight. And who will most freaked out to NOT remember much. They look for people with "weak" body language. Lack of eye contact, slumped shoulders, etc. Since this is more or less their "profession," they have to know consciously who to target and who not to target. They make a mistake, they got to jail, or get pepper sprayed in the face, or get their eyes gouged out, or get kicked in the nuts a few times. So when you learn to "fight," you slowly shift your body language. By building in plenty of memories of successfully defending yourself, you slowly REPLACE fear with confidence. So you exhibit much different body language. One that bullies and pick pockets want NOTHING to do with. A very close parallel can be drawn between frame and game. The main difference is it is largely subconscious. To both sender and receiver. But the process is the same. Suppose, for example, you had a pretty weak frame. And you decided to do some cold approaches to build your frame. And suppose you decided to keep plenty of data. You did a lot of post game journaling. You kept track of what you said, what she said. Who she was with, what was doing, what, if any, signals you got before the approach, etc. So long as you kept good records, and embraced the natural feedback loop, you would get better and better. Because your frame would be slowly getting stronger and stronger, you would be getting better and better results. This is EXACTLY what they mean when they say, "success breeds success." The problem is OBVIOUS. Before you got to that tipping point, it would take a LOT of courage. You would have to suffer through a LOT of rejection. Regardless of what anybody says, rejection sucks. It takes a lot of mental effort to muscle your way through all those approaches, all that rejection, to eventually (hopefully) get to the tipping point. This is where the metaphor is MUCH DIFFERENT than martial arts. Learning any kind of martial arts means you are surrounded by very helpful people. Doing a bunch of approach is ONLY you, and all the people rejecting you. That's why people very RARELY improve their frame through brute force practice. But there's also another way. Because frame is much more based on how you INTERPRET events. And you can CHANGE how you interpret events. Particularly all the ones that already exist in your mind. All your memories. Change how you reference your past, and you will have a PROFOUND impact on your frame, your confidence, and your game. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/pre-framing/
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    Peak Brain

    Peak Brain: https://mindpersuasion.com/peak-brain/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb16Loop.mp4
  5. Hypnotizing Chickens: https://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotizing-chickens/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb11Loop.mp4
  6. Deep Rooted Jesus Tree: https://mindpersuasion.com/deep-rooted-jesus-tree/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/deep-rooted-jesus-tree https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan21Loop.mp4
  7. Photographic Fear Removal: https://mindpersuasion.com/photographic-fear-elimination/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept24Loop.mp4
  8. Accelerated Learning Technique: https://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotic-brain-seeding/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July31Loop.mp4
  9. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July23Post.mp4 One of the biggest problems of modern society our attention span. Some studies put our attention span the same as a goldfish. Not sure how accurate that is, but there is a LOT of data suggestion we are getting dumber, lazier and far less capable. For example, if you look at the grade level of presidential state of the union speeches since WWII (75 years ago), they have been slowly getting worse and worse. In the 50s a typical presidential speech was at the twelfth grade level. Today it's much lower. And it's been STEADILY declining. Another thing that has been getting worse and worse is our ability to DELAY gratification. This makes total sense. Imagine living a 100 years ago. No TV, very scarce radio. Everything you COULD know about world had to be READ and understood. Naturally, people back then were MUCH more informed. Today, if something is more than a couple hundred words, our eyes glaze over and our minds start to drift. This is both terrible and fantastic, depending who you are. If you are somebody who can't focus for very long, then it sucks. But if you CAN still think relatively strongly and have a decent level of intelligence, this gives you a HUGE advantage. Because despite how seemingly lazy and stupid most of us have become, deep down inside we are the SAME humans we've been for thousands of years. Before they invented the printing press, people had to REMEMBER a ton of stuff. The only people nowadays who even come close to utilizing their total brain power are career stage actors. People who have memorized DOZENS or even HUNDREDS of plays. The guys who have to get up in front of tons of people and REMEMBER a short story worth of words. Not just the basic idea, but the EXACT words in the EXACT order. And not the stuff that's on TV. Well written stuff. Like Shakespeare. Even better, they've got to say them CONGRUENTLY. This means they've got to remember them intellectually and emotionally. Ancient storytellers did the same thing. Viking storytellers were capable of telling ancient Norse sagas, some that went on for HOURS. All from memory. This is the POTENTIAL of the human mind. A potential that most people would be TERRIFIED to even think about. Even if you only scrape the surface of what's possible, you can be a shining star surrounded by dullards DESPERATE for somebody to tell them what to do. Desperate for somebody to capture and lead their attentions, imaginations, and emotions. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/instinct-persuasion/
  10. Pegging is a very useful memory technique. But most courses and books don't quite teach it correctly. Pegging, if you aren't familiar with it, is like hanging your keys on a peg. You walk in the door, hang your keys on the peg, and they'll be there when you need them. The idea is to take a new piece of information, and attach it to a pre-existing piece of information in your brain. This part is simple and straightforward. Whether it actually works or not is based specifically on HOW you connect the two ideas together. For example, let's say you were going shopping, and you wanted to remember to buy ketchup. And you wanted to "peg" that idea to the idea your car keys. The idea being you'd walk into the supermarket, hold your car keys and suddenly remember what you were there to buy. (Yes, this is a silly example!) So HOW, exactly, would you connect the two ideas? The ketchup and the car keys? The BETTER of a connection you make the more AUTOMATIC the memory will be. Most courses say you need to make a cartoonish type image. Like a gigantic bottle of ketchup dancing around with a bunch of keys as a necklace. That is a START. But to make it REALLY stick you need to add a couple more things. Unfortunately, these other couples are the MAIN REASON you'll never read about this technique in mainstream learning courses. Because there are TWO THINGS that make us humans remember anything. Extreme pain, and extreme pleasure. Extreme pain is easy. Whatever is the MOST painful thing to imagine. The extreme pleasure is also easy. SEX! Once you put those three things together, a goofy image, pain and sex, that connection (ketchup and keys) will FOREVER be linked. This because pain and pleasure are THE motivators for human action and behavior. We WANT pleasure. We DON'T WANT pain. Every single thing we do is to move AWAY from the bad stuff and toward the good stuff. This is why ancient cavemen, when they were out strolling and heard a tiger growl, EVERY SINGLE THING about that situation was seared into their brains forever. It's also why when you have a NEAR sexual encounter with somebody, (especially if you don't have a lot of experience) that PERSON will FOREVER live in your memory. So, the money question, how can we USE this information? Easy. When you WANT people to do things, you can carefully leverage their own pain and pleasure points. Hit their pleasure buttons when they do what you want. Hit their pain buttons when they do what you DON'T want. And if you are subtle enough, they won't know ANYTHING. They'll just slowly start to behave the way YOU want them to. And it will be for THEIR reasons. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/people-training/
  11. https://mindpersuasion.com/hidden-box-of-pain/
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    Amnesia Bar

    https://mindpersuasion.com/the-amnesia-bar/
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