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  1. High Frequency Wizard: https://mindpersuasion.com/high-frequency-wizard/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec09Loop.mp4
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug11Post.mp4 An ideal role model for becoming an effective public speaker is Marcus Aurelius. He was a famous orator and Roman emperor. But he's not a good role model because of his success. He's a role model because of how he achieved his success. When he was young, he had a speech impediment. Today, that's enough to destroy your self-confidence for life. Imagine how it must have been back in the Roman times. But that didn't stop young Marcus. Not one bit. He spent the days of his youth down at the beach. Not wishing things were better. Not waiting for somebody to come and fix his problems. Not praying to the gods to intercede in his behalf. He spent his days screaming at the ocean. Not in anger, or frustration. But in practice. He would fill his mouth with stones. And yell. In his mind, it was him vs. the sound of the ocean. He was PRACTICING. He was building up ability to speak loudly and confidently. And by filling his mouth with rocks, he was CONSCIOUSLY training his mouth. His lips and his tongue and his teeth. By the time he was a young adult, he had the confidence, the logic, and the articulation to move large crowds. A far cry from being a kid that talked funny. Later, as a successful statesman and politician, he was a prolific writer. His most famous book is still read today. Meditations. One vital line in there speaks great truth to human nature: "Everything is opinion." This is very similar to something Socrates discovered. Socrates discovered that nothing is true. And he made his career by proving nobody around him REALLY knew anything. This got him killed. Marcus had the same realization. But instead of using it as buzz kill skill, he did the opposite. Socrates had the notion that he would walk around and PROVE that everybody was wrong. Maybe he thought that would get him laid. Maybe he thought that would gain him some respect. It did make him famous. But only after he was killed. Marcus, on the other hand, took that same idea and leveraged for MASSIVE power while he was alive. If you KNOW that ALL the ideas that exist in other people's brains are NOT TRUE, there are two ways to respond. You can prove they aren't true, like Socrates. Or you can make YOUR ideas more compelling, like Marcus. The choice is yours. Which will you do? Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/watching-mind/
  3. Everybody loves a fantasy. One of the biggest inflection points of the hero's journey is in the beginning. Usually, the hero is offered an opportunity to go on a journey. But they turn it down. Later, something happens, and they are FORCED to go on the journey. We normal humans like this very much. Why? Because we all have a love-hate relationship with our comfort zone. On one hand, we hate that it's so constraining. We'd LOVE to be able to step outside of it and get some of the good stuff that we KNOW is out there. But at the same time, the idea of deliberately going outside of our comfort zone is TERRIFYING. So much that we hate the idea of doing it alone. Which is why we LOVE this part of the hero's journey. When the hero is FORCED to go outside of his or her comfort zone. When they don't have a choice. Because we would LOVE something like that to happen to us. This is essentially how most of us live our lives. WAITING for something to happen. Because most of us are terrified of making something happen. This is true on big, life changing levels. This is true on tiny, daily, normal social situation levels. For example, we're at a party with some friends. We go to parties because we love the idea of meeting new and exciting people. And having new and exciting experiences. But we're also kind of too scared to make that happen. This is where YOU come in. Because with a little bit of thinking, YOU can be the one to set people free. YOU can be the one to give them an exciting experience. It's all based on how you speak to them. Because smack dab in the middle of every word you speak and hear is MAGIC. (Here is magic...) Potential to make every conversation a life changing experience. A memorable experience. Needless to say, if you walk the Earth giving out experiences like this, people will remember YOU as the one who set them free. That same archetype who teaches the young and clueless hero what's what. You'll find one in every hero's journey story. And you can BE one everywhere you go. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/party-hypnosis/
  4. What's it like when you have fun? When you are relaxing with friends? One necessary element is that you feel relaxed, open and playful. Most folks are dependent on their environment to create this state. This is why have friends. We choose people we get along with. People we naturally vibe with. We also go places where it's easy to have fun. On the other hand, if you go to strange places alone, it's very difficult to feel relaxed, open and playful. Any given person can be a playful extrovert in some situations, and a shy wallflower in other situations. It's completely normal to be quite and reserved at first. And then slowly become friendlier and more comfortable. We all tend to believe we are "shy" at first, but when you "get to know us" you'll find out how "cool" we are. This kind of puts the burden on the other person. We leave it up to THEM to get to know us. What if we could flip the switch? Most people feel the environment is the CAUSE and our inner state is the EFFECT. When we are around familiar people and in a familiar situation, that familiar EXTERNAL environment will CAUSE a familiar feeling. On the other hand, when we are in a strange environment and all by our lonesome, that UNFAMILIAR environment will CAUSE an unfamiliar feeling. But you can flip this natural polarity. So you can CHOOSE any internal state you want. And YOU can be a CAUSE and the environment will be the effect. This you can choose to feel natural and outgoing. If you feel natural and outgoing, so will everybody around you. If you feel playful and extroverted, so will everybody around you. This takes practice. Very much like doing situps and pushups. And just like situps and pushups, the MORE you practice, the stronger and more INSTANT you can choose any state. How do you practice? By doing mental rehearsal exercises. Journaling exercises. Five, ten minutes a day. Do them consistently, and you can be the LIFE of any party. Even in non-party situations. Like when you see an attractive person. Or you just want to goof off while passing the time in line at the supermarket. Or anywhere else. This has NOTHING to do with "faking it till you make it" or any other silly advice. This is exercise for your emotional state. And it works just like exercise for your physical state. This means you can build ANY inner state as STRONG as you want. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/party-hero/
  5. Humor and hypnosis have a lot in common. The only difference is time, and scale. For example, a common technique in humor, especially short jokes, is ambiguity. Specifically, phonetic ambiguity. Phonetic ambiguity is when two words sound the same but have a different meaning. You'll find this is the structure of many playground riddles. What did the beach say when the tide came in? Long time no sea. (get it? Long time no see - long time no sea) Which building in town has the most stories? The library! stories (floors) - stories (once upon a time...) This is the same structure of covert hypnosis. Perhaps the most famous "phonetic ambiguity" is the cheesy, "buy now." Buy now, Mr. Customer, you realize what a great deal this is and BUY NOW, you might be wondering what kind warranty we offer... But there are many other ways to use ambiguity. In jokes, and in the common, "buy now" example, the ambiguity is quick and spontaneous. If you "don't get" a joke, it's not funny. The double meaning has to hit your brain all at once. But for much longer effects, there are many different types of ambiguities. Most people think of covert hypnosis for sales, therapy or even seduction. This is possible, and takes some practice. What is much easier is using drawn out ambiguities for humor-like effects. When using covert hypnosis for seduction, sales or therapy, you need to create a specific outcome, and calibrate your target accurately. And through a long and careful conversation, slowly guide them, using hypnosis, to your outcome. But when you are just going for a laugh or a goofy, "WTF?" effect, it's much easier. Embedded within the techniques of covert hypnosis are plenty of techniques that are PERFECT for party tricks. Even direct hypnosis, when everybody knows what's going on (you, the subject, everybody watching) is pretty easy once you understand the structure. This makes it pretty straightforward to slowly build up a MASSIVE party hypnosis arsenal. Since making people laugh (or confused, or tranced out, or all three) is much easier. And soon you'll be able to create a party atmosphere EVERYWHERE you go. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/party-hypnosis/
  6. I saw this goofy movie with Kevin Hart the other night. Called the "Wedding Ringer." About a guy who was a "best man for hire." For guys getting married that didn't have any friends. The two of them (the guy getting married and the fake best man) were coming up with a believable backstory. Kevin Hart's character explained what to do if somebody asks a question and he didn't have an answer. "If it's man, say something that doesn't make sense. If it's a woman, compliment her on something." Since this was a comedy, the guy of course got it backward. He was complimenting dudes and saying weird things to girls. However, the reason this was funny, was because it touched on one of our "common human fears." And ANY movie will be successful (comedy or not) if they touch on and deal with these common human fears or worries. In this case, being in a conversation, having somebody say something, and then have NO idea what to say next. This is one of the things that keeps guys stuck talking to their buddies instead of cute girls. "I don't know what to say!" This CAN be difficult if you are thinking on a CONTENT level. The actual stuff you talk about. But when you think on a STRUCTURAL level, it's EASY. You can take anything that anybody else says and rearrange it, slice it up, and shuffle it any way you like. You can spend the REST OF YOUR LIFE trying to learn CONTENT based skills. The actual STUFF you talk about. Having new and exciting experiences. (In the movie, they faked a bunch of "adventure" pictures to paint an exciting picture of their imaginary past together). But with STRUCTURE, any experience will work. In fact, you can take just a few ordinary, mundane experiences and by applying different STRUCTURES, you can be the most exciting guy at ANY party. And you'll be the one that everybody else will want to talk to. Learn How: Click Here To Learn More
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