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  1. I'm thinking of buying it, I want to know what you guys think about the product and its effectiveness. Thank you
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb06_Post.mp4 They say there are two tragedies in life. Getting your goals, and not getting your goals. This doesn't make much sense, at first. But consider each one. You have achieved ALL your goals. Sure, it feels good for a bit. But then what? Assume you've spent most of your adult life going after your most coveted goals. You've spent years, or even decades. Every day you wake up with burning desire. An ambition driven fire in your belly. To GET that most coveted goal. So, what do you do now
  3. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb05_Post.mp4 Imagine two or three of your best traits. Your absolutely most attractive characteristics. Not ones that exist, but ones that could exist. Ones that aren't exactly fantasy (Like being able to fly), but things you genuinely like about yourself. Things you'd also very much like to IMPROVE about yourself. Like you are really friendly. Or you've got a great sense of humor. Or even a non-personality trait. Like something you really like to study or learn. (not video game hacks!) Even something yo
  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb01_Loop.mp4 One common but rare experience is meeting somebody you just "click" with. Not necessarily in a romantic setting, but a friendship or even a random conversation. For example, when I was younger I used to play golf. I sucked, and I had some hand me down clubs, but it was fun. If only to get outside and walk around on the grass for a couple hours. But one thing you run into when playing golf is if you aren't playing with four people, you end up getting stuck with somebody. They send out groups of four every five m
  5. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec20Post.mp4 Acquired tastes are pretty cool. We tend to think of them as taking time, and not being instantly delicious. For example, once I had a Vietnamese coworker. She brought in some Vietnamese food to work. Our boss came in, took a bite and said: "Hmm, must be an acquired taste." Which is the opposite of saying: "Wow, this is delicious!" Saying it must be an acquired taste is kind of like saying you think it tastes like crap but you get that other people like it. But even that statement is not accurate.
  6. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec17Post.mp4 The flow state is a very sought after state. Normally it involves athletes that are in competitive sports. The flow state is when you've got a very high level skill trained into unconscious competence. But because it's a competitive sport, you have no idea what's coming next. A similar but completely different kind of flow state is the kind musicians talk about. But those guys practice their songs a kajillion times. But even then, the feedback loop between the audience and the musicians is unexpected. This
  7. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec16Post.mp4 Humans are learning machines. We have a both a huge collection of instincts and a nearly infinite learning potential. Infinite doesn't mean you can put an infinite amount of data in your brain. But the things you CAN learn, are infinite. But these require you spend some time learning those things. Unfortunately, most people today have a kind of misguided idea about learning, what learning really means. For most of us, we associate learning with school. Us sitting there. Some teacher telling us thing
  8. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec15Post.mp4 The idea of outcome independence is very compelling. Very compelling for two reasons. For two reasons on both sides of the equation. We all have experiences of both sides of the equation. We all know the more we want something the harder we try, and this can cause anxiety, which messes up our performance. Kind of like when you are ALMOST to the point of being unconsciously competent at something. For example, suppose you wanted to learn how to juggle. And you were getting better and better a juggling three
  9. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov27Post.mp4 There are a lot of metaphors about getting to know people. Peeling back the onion layers, etc. There are a lot of metaphorical expressions that describe what it's like to be in this process. "I think I like him/her." "I'm not sure how I feel about him/her." There's also ideas that describe what it's like to fall for somebody who is not our "type." This is something that's much easier to see in somebody else. Somebody you know falls hard and fast for somebody. Everything just kind of "clicked." Or
  10. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct08Post.mp4 All living creatures must live under the ever present laws of economics. Everything has a cost. If you are a monkey and you want to climb a tree to get a banana, that simple act will have costs and benefits. The benefits are the calories in the banana. The costs are the calories of climbing the tree. And the risk. Every creature needs energy. Every creature needs to move to get energy. This is same as the "it takes money to make money" theory. It takes energy to get energy. For nearly all ani
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  12. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar24Post.mp4 According to anthropologists, language and conscious thought is why humans eventually took over the planet. Many other animals can learn, but humans can do so collectively. This means we can discover and idea, and share it with others. Once everybody has this idea, it becomes part of the "collective consciousness." This allowed humans to learn as a group. Even from generation to generation. Even while skipping a bunch of generations. This is one of the things that ended the dark ages, and opened up the e
  13. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar10Post.mp4 One of the top compelling forces of persuasion is scarcity. Even when it's blatantly fake, it still works. The less of something there is, the more we want it. The less of something there is, the more we value it. This was famously demonstrated in the cookie jar experiment. A bunch of people were asked to take a cookie from a jar, eat it, and then fill out a taste questionnaire. When the cookie jar was nearly full, it had an average level of quality. When the cookie jar was nearly empty, it had a much HIGHE
  14. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb23Post.mp4 One of the interesting paradoxes is whatever you prepare for doesn't happen. But if you don't prepare, it will. Sometimes, this is kind of silly, like if you think it's going to rain. If you DON'T bring an umbrella, it will rain. If you DO bring an umbrella, it won't. This is a common idea in many martial arts movies. The whole reason to train and learn how to fight, is so you don't need to fight. If you walk into a bar while radiating SCARED energy, you'll become a target for those types who like to pick o
  15. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb22Post.mp4 There's an economist named Basiat, who is known pretty well in certain economic circles. One is most famous sayings is, "It's not what you see, it's what you don't see." This describes how "reality" really works. Our monkey brains evolved in a very different environment than the one we live in. We could get by, back then, but thinking in very simple, very linear terms. Do X, and you'll get Y. If you get Y, you'll get Z. For most dudes for most of history, there were only three things to think about.
  16. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb03Post.mp4 Motivation is a dangerous thing. It's also a very misunderstood concept. Motivation is the biggest associated ingredient to any kind of success. If you want more money, you need to learn more skills. In order to learn more skills, you need motivation. If you want better health, you need to exercise. In order to exercise, you need motivation. If you want a better relationship, you need to get out there and meet people. To get out there and meet people, you need motivation. This is one reason why
  17. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept10Post.mp4 You can buy a lot of cool stuff online. When I was a kid, if you wanted to buy something NOT from a store, you had to mail order it. Usually stuff that was in the back of comic books. You'd send them a check, and wait for WEEKS for it to come. Yes, WEEKS! Today, if it doesn't come next day, we get angry. On the one hand, it's cool to have stuff so quickly and readily available. On the other hand, it can ruin our ability to delay gratification. Being able to delay gratification is one of the most impor
  18. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept09Post.mp4 What does it mean to put the cart before the horse? Normally horses pull carts. Horses have a lot of strength. Which is why horsepower is a unit of power. Power is energy per time. A cart, on the other hand, can only hold stuff. It can't do anything. So putting the cart before the horse means to get things backwards. Or to misunderstand which part is doing the work. And which part is being effected by the work. Another similar metaphor from self help is "the wake doesn't drive the boat."
  19. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept07Post.mp4 One interesting aspect of our language is the metaphors we use. The problem with MOST of these metaphors, is that we really have NO idea why they were chosen. For example, a common expressions is "raining cats and dogs." Everybody knows this means it's raining pretty hard. But nobody really knows why. Sure, there's a few theories, but it's impossible to know. Because who knows how long people used them BEFORE writing them down. Way back in the day, there wasn't much stuff being written. Books and news
  20. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept04Post.mp4 A long time ago, our taste buds were carefully calibrated to our environment. The stuff we liked to eat happened to be very healthy. Maybe once upon a time there were some goofy cave people who liked eating tree bark. Or maybe tree bark mixed with dirt. But since tree bark and dirt isn't part of a healthy caveman diet, those guys all died. So today, nobody has the "tree bark is delicious" genes. It's an interesting discovery that people who existed before the agricultural revolution had slightly different bodie
  21. Red Pill vs. Blue Pill: https://mindpersuasion.com/nawalt-red-vs-blue-pill/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July21Loop.mp4
  22. https://mindpersuasion.com/relationship-success/
  23. https://mindpersuasion.com/maximum-compatibility/
  24. The best relationships happen spontaneously. For women, the best romantic idea is to get swept off your feet. Unexpectedly. For men, it’s commonly taught that the best way to talk to a woman is under the idea of “outcome independence.” If you are specifically trying to get a specific outcome, you’ll be much more nervous and upset if it doesn’t happen. Paradoxically, the less you are concerned with an outcome, the more likely it will happen. However, this only works in the contexts of male-female relationships. If you tried this strategy when baking a cake, it
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