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  1. Wizards and Protectors: https://mindpersuasion.com/wizards-and-protectors/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov12Loop.mp4
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb14Post.mp4 Science is pretty cool, but also pretty wacky. Not really, since our brains can't really handle much. At least not intuitively. We can only make sense of very simple interactions. We see A happen, and we can sort of predict that B might happen. Even Bastiat, and old school economist from a couple centuries ago noted this. He said it's not what you see that's important, it's what you don't see. He wasn't talking about ghosts or spirits. He was talking about the more complex outcomes of the things we see
  3. Rich Romans and Broke Samurai: https://mindpersuasion.com/broke-samurais-and-wealthy-romans/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July22Loop.mp4
  4. If you were to train a dog, you would use something called "operant conditioning." Meaning that when the dog did something you liked, you would give it a positive reward. And when he did something you didn't like, you would give negative feedback. But you would need to make it seem random. If you gave him a doggie treat with every good behavior, the dog would EXPECT the good behavior. So you have to be careful and SLOWLY decrease the frequency. At first, when the dog sits, you say, "good dog," and give him a doggie treat. Then when he sits, you only say, "goo
  5. There’s a common metaphor of a “branch swinging monkey.” It’s often used by disgruntled men to describe certain women, but it can pretty much describe anybody. As the disgruntled men use it, it refers to women who stay in one relationship until the next one is firmly established. Kind of like a monkey who swings from branch to branch. Men who get cheated on use it to describe their exes. They didn’t want to leave the current relationship until the next one was firmly in hand. But that metaphor isn’t entirely accurate. Meaning if you’ve got the metaphorical mo
  6. One of the myths of NLP is in it’s most common name. “The Study Of Excellence.” The idea is you can find something that is “excellent.” Then you can study it. And if you study it well enough, you can recreate that excellence yourself. This is how NLP was created in the first place. By COPYING people who were ALREADY excellent communicators. But there are a couple problems with that. Imagine a regular mall. Imagine that mall over the course of about thirty years. Shops come and go. Some last longer than others. Trends change. Demo
  7. https://mindpersuasion.com/original-entrepreneur/
  8. https://mindpersuasion.com/the-edison-metaphor/
  9. https://mindpersuasion.com/the-necessity-of-risk/
  10. If you live in the states then you've heard of "March Madness." A yearly college basketball tournament. It's a big event in offices. People choose randomly, choose favorites, and make "bets" in all kinds of different ways. Going as far back as you can in human history, gambling of some sort has always been around. One of the reasons people like it is because there is a CHANCE that you can get "something" for nothing. You put fifty bucks on some wager (color, team, number, etc) and by "magic" that fifty bucks can turn into a hundred or even more. And if you've ever
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