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  1. Custom Programmed Confirmation Bias https://mindpersuasion.com/custom-programmed-confirmation-bias/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  2. Create Positive Cycles At Will https://mindpersuasion.com/create-positive-cycles-at-will/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  3. The Reverse Memory Brain Hack: https://mindpersuasion.com/the-reverse-memory-brain-hack/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  4. What If Your Memories Were False? https://mindpersuasion.com/what-if-your-memories-were-false/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/how-to-re-write-your-history
  5. Secret Juggling Memory Technique https://mindpersuasion.com/dh/
  6. There are really only two ways to become successful. Consciously and unconsciously. Sounds like some goofy reframe, I know. But most people who are successful are lucky. But not in the way that most people think. Most people imagine success as one lucky "thing." Come up with one idea, invention, etc. But it's not really that way. For example, imagine there are 10,000,000 people all flipping coins. Some national contest or something. And the contest is to see who can get the most heads in a row. So they all flip. First, there's ten million. Then five million (one head). Then 2.5 million (two heads). Then 1.25 million (three heads). Then 625,000 (four heads). Then 312,500 (five heads). Then 156,250 (six heads). Then 78,125 (seven heads). Then 39,000 (eight heads). Then 19,500 (nine heads). Then 9,700 (ten heads). Then 4,800 (eleven heads). Then 2,440 (twelve heads). Then 1,220 (thirteen heads). Then 650 (fourteen heads). Then 325 (fifteen heads). Then 165 (sixteen heads). Then 82 (seventeen heads). Then 41 (eighteen heads). Then 20 (nineteen heads). Then 10 (twenty heads). Then 5 (twenty one heads). Then 2 (twenty two heads). Then 1 final winner. A winner who had flipped twenty three heads in a row. Do this "experiment" a kajillion times, starting with ten million people, and you'll get the same result every time. Now, here's the question. Do you think that lucky coin tosser would think it was ONLY luck each toss? Not likely. They probably prayed to the coin gods. Or said their favorite law of attraction chant, or something. This is the human ego. Of taking credit for RANDOM things. This is the LUCK that drives most success. A random string of events, just like twenty RANDOM coin tosses. So yes, it is very LIKELY that most success is people just kind of stumbling through life, getting lucky, and then taking credit for that luck. But since life is much more complex that tossing coins, not only do lucky person believes they "skilled", but so does everybody around them. But what about the OTHER kind of success? The conscious kind? Think about this. One thing that SIGNIFICANTLY helps the lucky people stay lucky is they REMEMBER their lucky past. But they don't remember it as being lucky. They remember them as CHOOSING their success. So even if they are WRONG with how they reference their memories, they'll be demonstrating SUCCESSFUL body language and communication and confidence. That means YOU can do the same. Just pick and choose all the successful memories from your past, whatever they are, and you'll have the SAME effect. Lucky people go through life and their subconscious memories support their self-described success. YOU go through life, and your carefully and deliberately enhanced memories will support YOUR self-defined success. And from the outside? Nobody will be able to tell the difference. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/social-proof/
  7. Archetype Memory Palace: https://mindpersuasion.com/archetype-memory-palace/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct21Loop.mp4
  8. Surface Memory: https://mindpersuasion.com/surface-memory/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/surface-memory https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct12Loop.mp4
  9. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct06Post.mp4 Bees are pretty cool. At least when a few hundred are not chasing you and trying to sting you to death. But the way they get food, and share information is fascinating. They all go out in different direction, looking for food. Then they come back and "share" their information. How, specifically, they share this information is the cool part. They all take turns doing a bee "dance." They fly around in a figure eight. Everybody takes turns doing their figure eight dance. The SIZE of that figure eight is related to the AMOUNT of the food they found. So whenever has the largest figure eight, found the most food. But WHERE that food is located is ALSO embedded into the figure eight. The direction (East, West, etc.) AND the distance, are also embedded into the figure eight. Based on the 8's angles. Z axis, Y axis, etc. This, of course, is all programmed into the bees DNA. Since they are insects, it's more or less automatic. Humans, more or less, do the same thing. Except when WE went out hunting, we could remember EVERYTHING. What we caught, how we caught it, all the details. We have language and memory. Not just individual memory, but a COLLECTIVE memory. All it would take is ONE dude to find and kill a never before seen animal. And he could explain exactly where he found it, the type of environment it lives in, the kind of tracks it leaves, the kind of food it likes, AND the best way to sneak up on it and kill it. This would go from HIS brain, to EVERYBODY's brain, through language. Then the next day, everybody could go out and use that memory, based on somebody else's words, and reproduce that same outcome. Of killing that same animal. This is the power of the human brain. We can listen to somebody else's WORDS. Those words will create a visual imagine in our brain. Then later, we can use that visual image as a TEMPLATE. A trial and error ideal outcome. Even better is we can MAKE UP stories and use those as templates. Stories of heroes and monsters and victories. We live, today, in a world FILLED with ideas. Some FANTASTIC, most average, some really, really lame. Your BRAIN can do work wonders with all those ideas. Take all the ideas out floating around. Way back in the day, the "collective memory" was only a couple dozen people. And the only way to add to this collective memory was by talking and listening. Nothing was recorded. Today, the collective memory is BILLIONS of brains. And EVERYTHING is recorded. This means you take any collection of ideas, put them your brain, and mix them together to create something NOBODY has ever seen before. Needless to say, your BRAIN is your best resource. Master THAT part of you, and conquer everything. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/mental-strength/
  10. Past Participle Disaster: https://mindpersuasion.com/past-participle-disaster/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept28Loop.mp4
  11. 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 with ONE very critical difference. We come back, from the hunt, and we DESCRIBE what happened. We have memories of what happened. We describe those memories with words. And those words create similar memories in others. We can transmit memories from our brains into other brains. So all it takes is ONE GUY to accidentally figure how to do something better, and that new skill is now implanted into EVERYBODY'S brain. Each person can then go out, and using that memory as a guide, try and reproduce what the previous guy did. Without needing to have seen him. This is, essentially, the one trait that made us the apex predators of Earth. All the other stuff we do wouldn't matter nearly as much. Opposable thumbs, use of tools, even our ability to live in plenty of environments due to the sexual division of labor. None of that would have mattered if we were stuck in the "learn only by watching" model that all other animals have. This is, metaphorically, a collective memory. A "hive mind." So long as a tribe of people can replicate themselves, this "collective memory" can store thousands of years of information. Then once they invented writing, this made it much, much more powerful. Greek guys come up with philosophy, mathematics, geometry, and so long as they wrote it down, this knowledge could be passed on. This what led to the enlightenment, and the scientific revolution. Both the discovery of these ancient Greek ideas, AND the printing press. This meant the "hive mind" went form a small tribe of primitive humans to the ENTIRE PLANET. From an anthropology standpoint, this is pretty amazing. That these weird monkey-people could not only evolve self awareness, but could create this MASSIVE hive mind collection of data. That KEEPS getting bigger. From a personal standpoint, this CAN make a huge difference. We come into this world with an infinite learning capacity. We have the SAME BRAINS we had thousands of years ago. These SAME BRAINS will be learning things IN a thousand years that we can't even imagine today. But what about YOUR brain? Will you be content, like most people, to use it passively? To let video games, social media and other people's ideas do your thinking for you? Or will you take advantage of your GENIUS brain, and build it up so strongly you can do things you never thought possible? Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/mental-strength/
  12. 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/
  13. Future Toast Pattern: https://mindpersuasion.com/future-toast-pattern/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr28Loop.mp4
  14. 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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