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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug17APost.mp4 Cialdini made a huge impact with his first book about persuasion and influence. He is a psychology professor, but he did his experiments, and came to his conclusions, as a true marketer. There is a long known about phenomenon in psychology that people rarely tell the "truth" when answering surveys. They do tell the truth, but it's a "altered truth." For example, imagine you saw an ad on Craigslist or somewhere. They paid you $50 to come in for a day and taste a bunch of different snack crackers and give your feedbac
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug16APost.mp4 Goal setting is a common idea. And the strategies range from completely unconscious and automatic, to pure metaphysical nonsense. On the metaphysical side are things like vision boards. You take some time putting up a bunch of pictures of things you want. Then wait around for the magic wish fairy to show up at your house. On the unconscious automatic side is waking up in the middle of the night to use the toilet. Both have the same structure. You have something in mind you want. You send that "outcom
  3. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July23Post.mp4 There are a lot of reasons we like somebody. Not just guys liking girls or girls liking guys. But how we subconsciously choose our friends. The people we end up hanging around at school and work. The subconscious things they project that we subconsciously pick up on. The way we kind of "sniff each other out" when we first meet them. Some new guy or gal is hired at work. They're introduced around, and we quickly form an opinion. Then as we continue to work with them, our opinion is either proved correc
  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr26Post.mp4 Some of the best conversations I've had didn't include words. One was when I was haggling with a street vendor in Thailand. It was some kind of souvenir. A carved elephant or something. But what made the conversation so memorable was that the woman selling the items was deaf. But she was VERY animated in her haggling. We relied on a calculator to back and forth on price. She wanted a higher price, I wanted a lower price. The conversation lasted twenty minutes, and was very enjoyable. Another in
  5. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr15Post.mp4 I've lived in, and have been to, plenty of countries where few people speak English. The first few times was pretty scary. It's one thing to be a tourist, and go to tourist places that are expecting you to not speak the local language. But if you're going to some neighborhood grocery store to buy something to eat, unexpected communication requires a lot of thinking. Two things that don't normally go together. Especially when they say something you don't understand, yet they are looking at you with a friendly, pleasan
  6. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar13Post.mp4 The other day I saw this pretty cool gif. One of those short, animated ones. It was (I think) a lady sitting on the edge of a cliff. Not really a cliff, a huge rock formation. The edge wasn't really an edge, more like an ever increasing slope. And since it was a rock, and not dirt, she seemed to have a lot of grip, due to the surface of the rock. But she kept sliding forward. Because the curve was pretty gradual, it looked liked she might go sliding off the edge at any point. Then the camera zoomed out
  7. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct28Post.mp4 Everything comes with costs. This is the unavoidable facet of economics. It's one reason why economics is called the dismal science. Everybody loves the idea of free stuff. Politicians love to promise free stuff. People love to believe we are entitled to free stuff. PT Barnum famously said there is a sucker born every minute. And that we are suckers because we are willing to believe something that is too good to be true. This is always in the form of getting something that we don't have to pay for.
  8. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug29Post.mp4 One time I was hanging out in my friend's back yard. I was talking to her husband about something. Something related to gardening. I don't know how this particular noun phrase came up, but I said, "worm poop." Something about fishing or fertilizing. But since I was trying to crack a joke, I paused just before the phrase, and said it with a little bit of emphasis. "blah blah blah.....WORM POOP!" My joke worked, and my friend laughed. But their kid, who was running around, stopped and smiled. She lo
  9. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July1Post.mp4 It's a very common idea in pop psychology that communication is mostly non-verbal. This is mostly evident in situations where people are kind of "feeling each other out." If you were writing a technical report, short story or script, then the words are obviously WAY more important. But in any one-on-one communication, when you don't know each other well, the words aren't really that important. In job interviews, for example, plenty of companies toss out really off the wall questions NOT because they are interested in the
  10. I'm a big fan of Star Trek. Well, not really a huge fan, and not for all Star Trek. I like some of the shows, and not others. Some of the movies, but not others. In one of the series, they had a woman that was an empath. But a really strong empath. She could read very detailed emotions of others. So whenever bad guys were pretending to be good guys, she would know. When good guys were trying to negotiate, she would help them. Of course, they gave this character this power because it's a commonly wished for trait. The ability to read people's mi
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