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  1. Master The Human Condition: https://mindpersuasion.com/master-the-human-condition/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  2. Happy Middle Love Ground: https://mindpersuasion.com/happy-middle-love-ground/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  3. Bakery Lady https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  4. Cryptologist https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  5. Zero Interest Hamburgers: https://mindpersuasion.com/zero-interest-hamburgers/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  6. The Deserving Paradox: https://mindpersuasion.com/the-deserving-paradox/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  7. Irresistible Love Frame: https://mindpersuasion.com/irresistible-love-frame/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  8. Maximum Ambition: https://mindpersuasion.com/your-meta-instinct-to-rule-them-all/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  9. Play The Most Ancient Game: https://mindpersuasion.com/play-the-most-ancient-game/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  10. Destroy Imposter Syndrome https://mindpersuasion.com/destroy-imposter-syndrome/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  11. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan25_Post.mp4 One of the more interesting models of life in general is that of exchange. Once you understand this, you can see it everywhere. Every time you breathe, you are exchanging oxygen and carbon dioxide. Then the hemoglobin in your blood goes around and makes another exchange. It delivers the oxygen to the muscles, picks up the CO2, and goes back to the lungs. The same goes with food. You could get a PHD in molecular biology, or organic chemistry and STILL not fully understand this. The complexity of life, on a fundamental level, on something as basic as energy exchange is staggering. Yet exchange is what drives everything. It's hard not to notice the similarities between blood around the body and money around the world. Money flows in one direction. In the opposite directions, goods flow. You go to the store, give money, and get something to eat. A burrito. The store then pays the money to the burrito suppliers. Those guys send the money back up the supply line. Money flowing one direction, goods flowing the other. Every single time, an exchange taking place. Just like every single time a hemoglobin molecules comes to the lung-blood interface, it drops off a CO2 and picks up an O2. And just like in your body, if the "blood supply line" gets blocked, bad things happen. If you get a clogged artery in your heart, the blood can't deliver oxygen to your heart muscles, and your heart muscles stop pumping. Similarly, whenever the "money-goods" supply line stops, bad things happen. Even friendly conversations can be seen in this exchange model. We rarely think about this, but it's there. You share some ideas, they share some ideas back. Money for burritos. Oxygen for CO2. Opinions about the weather for opinions about the local sports teams. Even at it's most basic form, economics is all about this trade. Inside everybody's brain is a collection of things they want. And for each one of these things that we want, we have a vague idea of what we're willing to DO to get these things. Most exchanges, both scientifically, economically and mentally are discrete. Do this, get that. Drop off O2, pick up CO2. Give the guy $3.25, and get a burrito. Spit out a few words, and get a smile. But sometimes this is NOT enough. When the changes are really metaphorical. For example, if you wanted a dollar, it would be easy. Do ONE THING, and then somebody would give you a dollar. But if you wanted a MILLION dollars? It would take a LOT of "trades" over a LONG TIME. So thinking in terms of "what ONE THING can I do to GET a million dollars" is not really appropriate. Another way we over-simplify this "trade" idea is getting in physical shape. What can I "DO" to "GET" a six pack, for example. Sexy bodies and fat bank accounts have a lot in common. They are better thought of as HORIZON goals. Things you don't really just "get," but things you are ALWAYS getting closer to. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/ideal-health/
  12. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan11_Post.mp4 There's an idea in biology called "co-evolution." It's when two different species develop an overlapping relationship. Based on overlapping, self interest. The best example is like bees and flowers. The bees get free nectar from the flowers. The flowers get free pollination from the bees. Neither have self awareness, so neither has any idea what's going on. The math is a bit complex, and we'll need a bit of game theory to see how this would evolve. But we can simplify it a bit. You could imagine a bunch of different types of flowers and a bunch of different types of bees. The two that just happened to have this overlapping "selfishness" would replicate the most. Maybe some bees loved nectar, but they didn't have those prickly things. Maybe some flowers had tons of nectar, but they kept their pollen somewhere else. After however many generations of natural selection, the two species that replicated the most were the flowers with their pollen next to the free nectar. And the bees who both loved nectar and had the prickly things so while they got free nectar, they would pollinate (help the flowers have sex) by going from flower to flower. You'll see this combination a lot. Sex and energy, or sex and food. The same goes with primates. We evolved a love of fruit. The fruit has a sweet taste, just like nectar. And the payoff for the "free" fruit is the seeds on the inside. Monkeys and other animals eat fruit, and poop out the seeds. Getting free food, and in exchange, helping the provider of the food by helping it replicate. This also exists between humans. Back in the day, the best hunters would get the most social status. This was in exchange for providing the most food. The best hunters, or providers of the most food, would be rewarded with the highest social status. This social status then created attraction in the ladies. The most providers of food for the tribe got the most sex. The intermediary idea was social status. Today, it's even better. We've taken that intermediary "social status" and replaced it with something else. What is that something else? Money. As soon as humans started living in larger groups we needed money. One, because there were many more things we needed, besides some animal meat. And because we lived in larger and larger societies, having social status wouldn't quite work. So, money was a natural invention. You do something for somebody and the give you money. You can take that money and pay somebody else, who does something for you. The more stuff you do for others, the more money you get. The more money you get, the more you pay others to give you what you want. So long as the entire group is using the same money, this group can be as BIG as it needs to be. Like today, our planet has 7 BILLION people. All buying and selling things to each other. All using money, a place holder, a potential energy of this ancient overlapping self interest. Get Some: https://mindpersuasion.com/prosperity-mindset/
  13. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan05Post.mp4 A very useful skill is to be able to "go meta." Meaning look at the big picture, outside yourself. And as objective as you can. For example, it's very EASY to see the biases in others, but hard in ourselves. It's easy to see somebody else trapped in a dangerous relationship or habit, but very hard to spot in ourselves. Going meta is also another way to find out, or at least get closer, to some very "eternal" questions. Questions like, "why are we here" or "what is our purpose." For example, suppose there as an invisible alien outpost just outside of Earth. A very advanced race of aliens put these observational outposts around all planets that might develop life. Earth developed life long ago, and "it" evolved into "us." Self aware sentient beings. And suppose some alien came to collect the data, and had to go back home and give a short presentation. In the form of: "Humans are X, Y, and Z, etc." Maybe there were a few dozen aliens giving data summaries that day and he or she or it or whatever had to be succinct. What would they say? How would you describe humans over the past 50,000 years? In the past 10,000 years? In the past 500 years? What is it we DO more than anything else? Or perhaps one representative of Earth was at a cocktail party with a bunch of other aliens. And some alien approached him or her and said: "So, Earthling, what do you do?" What would they say? What is the ONE thing that humans DO? The pessimists say we might like to kill each other. But that can't be THE reason, because population keeps getting BIGGER. If killing each other were our main purpose, we'd have gone extinct a long time ago. So, Earthling, what do you do? We build stuff. We make stuff. We invent stuff. Suppose our secret alien observer was comparing "human planet" to "kangaroo planet." If you looked at Kangaroo Planet every 1000 years, it would be the same. It would be an equilibrium between kangaroos, whatever kangaroos eat, and whatever ate kangaroos. But if they checked in on Earth every few hundred years, every single time there would be more STUFF. The NEXT questions (maybe at the cocktail party) would be WHY do you guys on Earth keep inventing so much stuff? Because it's fun? Because it serves your fellow man? Maybe. But there's something else that keeps INCREASING every time our imaginary observer checks in on us. Every single time, there would be WAY more money. The stuff keeps increasing. The money keeps increasing. This would create a puzzle in the mind of the alien cocktail conversationalist. Why do you Earthlings keep making more stuff? So we can get more money. Why do you want more money? So we can get more stuff. THIS is what humans do. THIS is our purpose, or at the very least, what we DO. Making money so we can get stuff. Making stuff to we can get money. Join The Party: https://mindpersuasion.com/prosperity-mindset/
  14. Metaphorical Money Streams: https://mindpersuasion.com/metaphorical-money-streams/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec17Loop.mp4
  15. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov20Post.mp4 A very good "meta strategy" is based on the golden rule. To treat others the way you would like to be treated. This idea has been around for a long time. It's so common, it sounds childish and even ineffective. It's often put together with similar sounding thoughts like "turn the other cheek." But it can be useful, but ONLY if you understand it and calibrate it. For example, the phrase "you gotta spend money to make money" is absolutely true. At the same time, it's far from guaranteed. You might even say this has been the IDEAL since the dawn of human history. Even BEFORE human history. Wait, what? Every animal NEEDS energy or else they'll die. Duh. But every animal needs to MOVE to get energy. For animals, you need to EXPEND energy to CONSUME energy. But if you just run around in a circle, you won't get squat. All animals, including humans are hard wired with this impulse. Animals are driven by instincts to feel GOOD when they are getting closer to energy. And to feel BAD when they are moving away from energy. The same goes with money. If you put $20 in a slot machine, and it comes up with three X's, you get crap. That feels BAD. But if you put in $20 and get out a few hundred, or MORE that feels good. If you SPEND MONEY to buy some raw materials, and sell them, and get back LESS than what you spent, that feels BAD. If you get back MORE than what you spent, that feels good. So good you WANT to keep doing it. This is the MAIN reason people keep inventing stuff. To come out on the positive side of the "spend money to make money" idea. Now, back to the "golden rule." If you ONLY walked around treating people the way YOU wanted to be treated, people would treat YOU like a doormat. That idea is just a START. But when you CALIBRATE and make sure it's not GUARANTEED, then you've got something. How's this work? You figure out how THEY'D like to be treated. Then you treat them that way, so they'll FEEL GOOD. Then split. For example, suppose your were walking down the street really thirsty. You didn't have any money and you were lost. Then some sexy lady comes out of nowhere and hands you a lemonade. Smiles sweetly as she hands it to you. If she SMILED and then left, you'd be wondering WHO she was. You'd be wondering HOW she knew that. You'd be wondering IF you'd ever see her again. A much BETTER version of this new, calibrated "golden rule," is to do unto others, in a way they you KNOW they'll like very much. And then make THEM come to you for MORE. Do this with a few people every week, and you'll have an ARMY of eager lovers. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/telepathic-enhancer/
  16. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov11Post.mp4 It's commonly hoped that changing your thinking can change your outcome. This is possible, but only in certain situations. One is when you get a new idea in your brain, and that new idea is connected to existing skills. For example, if you are a skilled piano player, and you get a new piece of music, you could play it pretty easily. The new music is the new idea. The skills are your piano playing skills. But if you don't have a lot of practice playing the piano, that new idea won't do much. Even if somebody tells you the necessary information. How the notes on the paper match to the keys on the piano. This is something you could pretty easily learn from an academic standpoint. To quickly map each note on the paper to a key on the piano. But added in to this is the beats and rhythm. Even then you might be able to hum the right notes and tap out the right rhythm. All without going anywhere near a piano. It's fairly straightforward to match the notes on the page with the specific sound they are supposed to make. But connecting all three together takes a lot of practice. Consider that most everything we want in life requires a lot of skills. Learning things is boring. Or it usually is boring. Think about this metaphor. If you worked for $10 an hour, and if you got fired you'd become homeless, that would suck. Especially if what you did was hard, brainless, manual labor. Picking up bricks from one pile and putting them in another. You would HATE that job. But now consider the SAME physical behaviors, of lifting up bricks and putting them somewhere else. But these bricks are made of GOLD. And you putting them in the back of your truck. You've got eight hours to do it, just like regular job. But in the gold job, you get to KEEP everything. Same exact movements, but a much BETTER payoff. This is the ONE thing that will make ALL practice enjoyable. Of having a tangible and positive outcome on the other side. What's the BEST tangible outcome? The one that's been the driving force of human behavior since the dawn of time. Fame, money and plenty of sex. This is why practicing algebra SUCKS. But practicing something like the guitar, that could LEGITIMATELY get you more money, fame and sex, is easier. This does take time, but without this BELIEF that there is a pot of gold, and fame, and sex, at the end of the road, it's hard to get there. With this drive, everything is much, much easier. Without this drive, you'll end up like everybody else. Sitting around WAITING for something to "happen." But build this drive strong enough, and you will MAKE things happen. Whatever things you want. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/ambition-generator/
  17. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July05Post.mp4 One of the biggest myths of modern society is where money comes from. This is definitely a conspiracy theory that is true. Most people have a belief that money comes from the government. That it is a reward for good behavior. Like when we're kids, and we do our chores, and we get an allowance. On a much deeper level, this childhood view of the world is why most folks have such a hard time. We believe so long as we do what we are "supposed" to, we will get a reward. This is a common complaint among people whose lives aren't what they expected. I did what I was told. I did was I was supposed to. Where's my reward? This is an extremely painful idea to accept. That our society is run by folks who really don't care about us as much as they pretend to. But if you step back a bit and study history, this has always been the case. In fact, one historian has the opinion that ALL LEADERS from all societies had a very common way of getting money. And that was to TAKE IT. From their neighbors, and from their citizens. Everybody else has to work for a living. Meaning they have to DO THINGS that others voluntarily pay them for. These guys are the creators. The inventors. Edison is famous for being an inventor, but he was more of a businessman. Even the most famous, modern musicians, who are thought to be artists, creators of music and lyrics, are ALSO very shrewd businesspeople. Consider that in order to become a world famous rock star, you MUST have music skills, and you must have business skills. The starving artist, on the other hand, has artistic, creative skills, but not a lot of business skills. What does all of this have to do with anything? One is that we do live in a messed up society. And if you are lucky, and happen to have a job that pays well and is guaranteed in some way by dudes in charge, that's good. Count your lucky stars. But most people don't. But that's OK. You still have a brain. You will have your ancient instincts of creativity and money making. Why these two? Because every single thing that was ever invented was done for ONE reason. To get paid. Even way back in the day, before they knew how to fix longitude, the British Government knew they couldn't do it. So they created a big, fat, monetary reward. This is why everything around you was once an idea in somebody's brain. But the process that transformed it from a thought to a thing was a desire to GET PAID. All you need is two basic brain ingredients. One, an idea, any idea. Any idea that is BETTER than most of the junk out there. And two, your ancient desire. The desire that says: "If I can turn this thought into a thing, I can make a TON of money." Get Started: https://mindpersuasion.com/creativity/
  18. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July04Post.mp4 Most people are familiar with the plateau idea. If you've ever done any kind of exercise, you've experienced this. When you first start any kind of physical based sport or activity, the gains in the beginning come pretty quickly. You put in X amount of effort and get Y amount of gains. The plateau comes when you are putting in the same X amount of effort, but the gains, Y, are getting less and less. This can be maddening, especially if you have a particular target in mind. The time it will take to get to your target is a function of your daily gains, or Y. And when you start, you tend to underestimate how long it will get there. You want to lose fifty pounds, for example. Week one, you put in X amount of effort, and you lose two pounds. Cool, you think. Twenty five weeks, and I've hit my target. But after a month or two, you're STILL putting in the same weekly time and effort, but now you're only losing ONE pound per week. This means your goal is now further out in the future. This is the plateau that everybody has problems with. There are plenty of strategies and mental techniques to deal with this. This type of idea shows up pretty much everywhere. Health, money, relationships, career, etc. Put in a little effort, get some results. Based on the efforts and the results, we extrapolate. Only to later find out we underestimated the time it is going to take. This is even a function of natural selection and evolution. They call it "punctuated equilibrium." A species will unchanged for a LONG time. Then something drastic will happen, and they'll go through tons of changes in a very short time. This is also what happens when you learn to "love the plateau" as many recommend. Instead of focusing on the end point, just learn to love the journey. And allow those sudden shifts described by "punctuated equilibrium" to show up whenever they show up. This is a fine strategy. A very useful, life long, self development strategy for nearly every area of life. Why, "nearly"? There's one area where this doesn't hold true. And that is in the realm of human inventions. These are a function of human creativity. We look out into the world, and see a bunch of stuff. We imagine better stuff, and make it happen. Every time anybody does this, the "stuff" out there changes. This means the stuff that exists in the world, the stuff that was first an idea in somebody's brain, doesn't follow the "punctuated equilibrium" theory. It's more like a continuously increasing EXPLOSION of stuff. What is an economic description of stuff? Wealth. What do you GET when continue to create more and more wealth? Money. A TON of money. This is what your brain is capable of. Every single day, there is more "stuff" out there to use as raw material. To CREATE better things. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/creativity/
  19. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun05Post.mp4 Once I was in Las Vegas, playing blackjack. It was in the early morning, and my buddies and I had just arrived. It was three of us and one other guy. We are all in a good mood, at the beginning of our trip. I don't remember exactly what had happened, but everybody noticed it. Even when we were all talking and laughing, the dealer made a mistake. And even though NONE of us were looking directly at the dealer, we all noticed the mistake. But it was a kind of mistake that if the dealer caught it BEFORE he dealt the next card, he could have recovered. But if he dealt one more card, we all would have won by default. The way the energy changed was pretty amazing. There we were, chattering and laughing and telling stories and then BAM! We all froze. But NOBODY looked directly at the dealer. We ALL had the EXACT same idea in our brain. "Don't say anything, pretend nothing is wrong, but watch him carefully and hope he makes a mistake." The dealer NOTICED the sudden shift in energy at the table. And I think that's what caused him to make a mistake and deal another card. As soon as he did, we all resumed our natural, happy, conversational state. Then he realized his mistake and paid us. This is only ONE example of how much we are always perceiving. The main reason we noticed this was MONEY was on the line. It's kind of like when you're walking down the street, and you see some green paper out of the corner of your eye. Like your subconscious jumps up and says, "HEY! Look over there!" Your train of thought is suddenly yanked off the tracks, and now you've got some money. This is essentially what happened at the blackjack table. Only it happened to all of us. And not for MONEY, but for a MONEY OPPORTUNITY. This is how our brain works. We have our brain, we have plenty of filters, then we have TONS of data hitting our senses. But most of us don't see ANY of that data, unless there is a BLATANT reason. Like money, or somebody calls our name, or there is suddenly a gorgeous woman with huge boobs smiling right at us. But guess what? You can learn how to perceive ALL that data that is hitting you. For example, we'll all suddenly shift our attention if a sexy person is looking right at us. That is very blatant. But what about ALL the people sending very subtle signs that they would like to get to know us? How many of these do you miss, every single day? Find Out: https://mindpersuasion.com/intuition/
  20. Brainwave Drumming Techniques: https://mindpersuasion.com/brainwave-drumming-techniques/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/May30Loop.mp4
  21. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/May28Post.mp4 Everything is made of energy. Even particles, according to particle physics, are actually tightly packed energy waves. We humans can be described as "energy pumps." We need to consume at least 2000 calories per day. We eat organic matter, and when we digest it, we get the energy from the chemical bonds. We can be called "pumps" because we consume energy, and expend waste. But our waste goes back into the Earth, and the cycle continues. Bees and flowers have an overlapping, selfish relationship. The bees think they are getting free nectar. Free energy. But the flowers think they are getting free help cross pollinating. They evolved together, to help each other out. They call this "co-evolution." It's essentially how all animals became domesticated. We didn't go out, capture animals and then train them. The process of domestication takes plenty of generations. We find the smartest, most docile, most human-liking animals among the entire herd. Then each generation, we keep picking the smartest and most docile animals to breed. This is kind of a human-driven co-evolution. Other co-evolution happens between fruit trees and primates. We primates evolve a sense of color, and a affinity for the sweet taste of the fruit. Those fruit trees evolved sweet and colorful fruit around the seeds. Pretty much the same relationship between bees and flowers. The bees get the sweet stuff, and in turn they help the flowers reproduce. Primates eat the sweet fruit, and poop out the seeds, and help the tree reproduce. You'll find this kind of overlapping, co-evolved behavior among plenty of different species. Mostly between insects and plants. Since there a kajillion different kinds of each. But this also happens between humans and humans. Even among the same tribe. The dudes all compete to see who can kill the biggest animal. Their selfish reward is social validation. The people giving the social validation are getting the benefit of all the calories from the slain beast. Nobody thinks about this. It just comes naturally. An overlapping instinct that works perfectly to keep the tribe healthy. This is EXACTLY what Adam Smith described in his book, "The Wealth Of Nations." People don't work hard to produce stuff because they care about us. Or because it's part of some goofy "social contract." People work hard to make stuff because they want our money. And we happily give them our money in exchange for the stuff. Very much like ancient people "gave" social validation in exchange for plenty of delicious protein. This "money-instinct" rests directly on top of this mutually selfish instinct. The kind that exists between ALL KINDS of living creatures. This means money is a natural part of a healthy society. A natural part of life. Embrace this ancient instinct, and get in the game. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/money-magnet/
  22. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/May26Post.mp4 There are many ways to differentiate us human animals from the rest of the animals. One is that animals all play the zero sum game. Evolution is driven by natural selection. Natural selection is accurately described as "survival of the fittest." You've got a jungle that can support 100 monkeys. Every generation, 120 monkeys are born. Those that can hack it in monkey jungle get to survive. Those that don't, well... Sucks to be them. This is a zero sum game. For one monkey to get more bananas, another monkey has to get less bananas. There's no magic banana tree that grows an infinite amount of bananas. And monkey's aren't really known for their fairness and their ideas of democracy. Whoever finds and gets the bananas gets to live. Those who snooze, go extinct. So, what makes us humans different? What do we have that makes everything different? The first major human, well pre-human, breakthrough came when we discovered fire. Energy that we could use OUTSIDE of our bodies. Like old school capitalists, we used this energy, outside of our body, to get MORE energy, outside of our body. Use "wealth" to get more "wealth." How? We used fire to hunt. This required planning, strategizing, abstract thinking, and quarterback like communication. You guys go up there and light the fire. You guys go hide behind the bushes over there. When the animals come by, running away from the fire, you guys bash them in the head. Before fire, we had to use the energy INSIDE of our bodies. Namely, chasing animals until we could catch them. But once we figured out how to use energy OUTSIDE of our bodies? Use energy (fire) to get energy (food). This made our brains triple in size over a couple million years. The next level was even better. Plant a bunch of seeds in the ground, and wait around for them to grow. Especially grain. Why grain? That was energy you could STORE. Real wealth. The very next invention, fast on the heels of stored grain was MONEY. And with money came accounting. And mathematics and writing and everything else. But today, many people play the zero sum game with money. They get some, we don't. But the BEST way to get money is NON zero sum. You make something that DIDN'T exist before. And somebody gives you money for THAT. A happy, voluntary, mutually beneficial exchange. All that is GOOD in the world came from these NON zero sum exchanges. Tune your mind to this idea, and get paid like crazy. Get Started: https://mindpersuasion.com/money-magnet/
  23. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/May25Post.mp4 There are plenty of ways to view the world. There are plenty of ways to view ourselves with respect to the world. It's easy to see oppression, lack, scarcity, anger, etc. This is easy. This is the default setting. Why is this? One reason is most of us today are stuck in the childhood mindset. Way back in the day, before we invented large cities, but when we still had are same mind body systems, we had to hunt. This meant getting our needs met was very difficult. Very dangerous. Everybody had to do their part. And do so as soon as possible. Any ancient tribes of people who had a bunch of slackers wouldn't last long. Everybody was forced to grow up as quickly as possible. Children receive from adults. From a purely economic standpoint, they consume more than they produce. But eventually they need to grow up. And produce more than they consume. In fact, whoever produced the MOST, in excess of what they consumed, had the most status. The guys who consistently killed the biggest animals. Since they couldn't eat a woolly mammoth on their own, they had to share. They didn't share because they were nice guys. Or that it was some goofy sounding "social contract." The shared because of the social validation they got. That mad respect and admiration from their tribal members. This very basic, and ancient economic system motivated EVERYBODY, for their own selfish reasons, to be the MOST productive. Those who were the most productive got the most rewards. The aforementioned social status, validation and sex. This was an INTERNAL driving force that motivated kids to WANT to grow up. So they could get out there and GET SOME. Today, it's like we're living in opposite land. Where most of the world is still in the childhood mindset. Of waiting for somebody else to GIVE THEM something. This, of course is a problem. It's also why every single society has eventually collapsed. The reasons for this are WAY too complex to get into here. But consider this idea. That modern financial and economic trade is built ON TOP OF our ancient instinct. We do great things, and we get great rewards. In ancient times, this was killing big animals and getting mad social status and sex. In modern times, this is providing REAL VALUE to REAL PEOPLE. And do you get in exchange? Money. Happily given to YOU for your accomplishments. Your achievements. Your creations. This instinct lives in EVERYBODY. You, the creator, and all your customers, the happy payers of money. Wake up the your inner money maker, and get some. Get Started: https://mindpersuasion.com/money-magnet/
  24. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/May24Post.mp4 After the Industrial Revolution, the guys running things had a problem. There were all kinds of factories being built. People from the boonies were flocking to the cities. Henry Ford was one of these guys. Bored on the farm, he went to the city to find work. This is essentially how all cities are built. A couple of people start building and selling stuff to each other. The more people there are, the more opportunities they are. A historian drew an interesting parallel between this phenomenon and the formation of stars. Once upon a time, there was only dust floating around the universe, after the big bang. Pretty soon gravity started pulling these clouds of dust closer and closer. This is how stars and solar systems were formed. Civilizations are kind of built the same way. You start off with a bunch of nomads out all wondering around. Somebody settles down and stars growing stuff. Others come in and set up other endeavors. This creates a kind of "gravity" that pulls others closer and closer in. Pretty soon you got a big city. Eventually, these collapse, just like stars will eventually supernova. This happened throughout history. Until the Industrial Revolution. Now they had WAY more people. Way more endeavors. This kind of presented a problem. If you have a slow trickle of people, over a few hundred years, coming into a slowly growing city, that's OK. The people find people who'll train them. But the Industrial Revolution needed people trained FAR quicker and in FAR greater number than ever before. This is when mass education was created. One way to describe "schools" are as factories that produce factory workers. Basic math, English, etc. That is essentially what schools are today. They teach you the very basics. For the longest time, that was enough. Go through the factor worker factory, and find your place. Today, the world is changing VERY rapidly. Those who don't notice, or who don't WANT to notice, will get left behind. Today, you've to take control of your brain. You've got to take control of your skills and your choices. Nobody is going to do that for you. Luckily, we all come pre-programmed with some basic skills. See, this is how life was BEFORE the Industrial Revolution. Like Henry Ford, when you decided to head off to the city, you had to make your own choices. Make your own decisions. Take responsibility for learning enough to make a living. This is the way it has ALWAYS been. Which means all you need to do is re-discover how. Get Started: https://mindpersuasion.com/money-magnet/
  25. Black Magic Alchemy: https://mindpersuasion.com/black-magic-alchemy/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/May24Loop.mp4
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