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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov07Post.mp4 There are three basic categories of all persuasion. Most everybody, including seasoned sales people, use the first one. This is the stereotypical TV salesman. He or she is very charismatic and well spoken. A guy or gal who radiates genuine frame strength, based on a lot of factors. One is that they're a genuinely good person. Somebody who has finally found their niche in life. Selling TVs or cars or whatever else they are selling. They are like the stereotypical Zig Ziglar door to door salesman who USE
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov05Post.mp4 A very important aspect of human nature is our dreaming mind. Ever since humans invented fire, the battle for hierarchical supremacy has been a thinking contest. All the young cave kids would look up at the stars at night and dream. Now they might somebody slay the monster like the hero of the stories. Life way back then was VERY harsh, but very simple. The two critical things for ANY living entity is food (energy) and sex. For humans, this was manifested through the dreaming mind. The storytelling and stor
  3. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct24Post.mp4 One of my favorite shows from a few decades ago was the X-files. Not just because it was about aliens or anything. But how it was written. Specifically, the two characters could each describe what had happened, during any particular episode, according to their own viewpoint. The doctor could always and legitimately describe things scientifically. The UFO guy could always describe things paranormally. Many movies that this kind of ambiguity build in. When it ends, nobody's sure what really happened. Som
  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July19Post.mp4 When it comes to meeting new people, we have a best case outcome and a worst case outcome. The best case and the worst case are time dependent. The increase of one creates a fear of the other. Because they are two sides of the same coin. The worst case is rejection. But not just your average run of the mill, "I have a boyfriend" rejection. A deep, personal, "I see who you really are and I want nothing to do with you" rejection. This is the deep fear ALL humans carry around with us. It is so deep, it i
  5. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun25Post.mp4 If you've ever made the switch from regular soda to diet soda, it might be a little harsh at first. But it's easy to get used to. And if you drink regular soda by accident, it will taste like pure sugar water. This happens to your taste buds, if you gradually shift to a healthier diet. If you get into the habit of eating healthy, processed food taste really bad. If you re-calibrate your taste buds to the natural sweetness of fruit, eating some ice cream would be too much. If you work out regularly, but can't for
  6. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/May05Post.mp4 One man's problem is another man's opportunity. The same situation, seen from a more resourceful mindset, looks much, much different than it does to somebody with a more limited mindset. For example, plenty of guys get at least a little bit upset when their lady gushes over movie stars or musicians or athletes. Some see this as a sign of disrespect. That she should refrain from speaking about such feelings. Or even having such feelings. Most guys have a false beliefs that they are super hero alpha killers.
  7. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar29Post.mp4 There are a lot of ways to leave a positive impression on somebody. Meaning you interact with them, the interaction ends, and you go your separate ways. The more you can leave a positive impression, the more they'll think about you. The more they think about you while they are away from you, the BETTER they'll tend to think about you. If you are a salesperson, and you leave a positive impression on them, as they are shopping around, they'll compare all other salespeople to YOU. The BETTER of an impression you leave,
  8. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec28Post.mp4 Many things have two time components. Short term and long term. These are almost always inversely proportional to one another. For example, sleeping in and then eating carne asada nachos along with a bottle of Jack Daniels feels very good in the short term. But it will kill you in the long term. On the other hand, getting up early, doing some calisthenics, and carefully monitoring your caloric intake most definitely SUCKS in the short term. But it will generate some very LONG term gains. Another common huma
  9. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct16Post.mp4 Once I was hanging out a buddies house. We had just come back from a long backpacking trip. Since his apartment complex had a pretty large laundry room, we decided we'd do all our laundry there. While we were hanging out, I grabbed a magazine and went the restroom. While I was in there, I saw a spider. A big one. I immediately recoiled. But then I laughed. We'd just got back from backpacking. No showers for a week. Sleeping on a tarp, on the ground. Surrounded by bugs and fish (that we c
  10. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct11Post.mp4 They say that no man is an island. What does this mean, specifically? Nobody can exist on their own. Even you happen to have a fat enough bank account, and nice cabin far away from society, it is impossible to survive without other people. The stuff you buy has to be made by other people. The plumbing and electricity in your home has to be maintained by other people. Once a science writer tried, as an experiment, to make a toaster from scratch. Something that you can get for $20. Something so simple we
  11. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept15Post.mp4 Humans tend to externalize quite a bit. It's a very useful instinct. Imagine an ancient dude is out hunting. He tosses his spear at a animal and misses. If he got angry or upset at himself, that would NOT be very effective. Externalizing, on the other hand, would be very effective. Getting mad at the animal. This would cause anger. Anger would create more energy and motivation. This worked perfectly back in the day. When it was US vs. our environment. US were the people we lived with.
  12. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept14Post.mp4 There are a lot of cartoon events that make for useful metaphors. A common one is when Wiley E. Coyote runs off a cliff. And he doesn't know he's no longer on solid ground. He stops, looks the viewer, and holds up a sign. He has to hold up a sign since coyotes can't speak. The sign usually says something like, "uh oh..." This is a very applicable metaphor. Useful for when describing something that has gone on too long. And what worked before is no longer working. Only nobody realizes it. Th
  13. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept13Post.mp4 Being told what to do is a comfortable feeling. If somebody tells you what to do, there isn't any worry or anxiety. If somebody tells you what to do, there is little risk. If somebody tells you what to do, so long as you follow the instructions, even if it doesn't work, you can't get in trouble. There are also many drawbacks to being told what to do. You are limited by the person telling you what to do. If they run out of choices, so you do. If they are up to no good, and they keep that from you, you may g
  14. 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
  15. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept06Post.mp4 Few people would disagree that the modern dating scene is a train wreck. A train carrying a bunch of dumpster fires. Headed toward a cliff. Being driven by some drunken clowns. And everybody riding the train is hammered and passed out. OK, so maybe a little over dramatic. But spend any time on any of the online dating sites and apps, and it's like walking through a jungle at the edge of time. All kinds of monsters and witches and ghosts. Acting all sweet and friendly on the outside. But secretly
  16. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept05Post.mp4 I've always liked science. When I was a kid I'd read science books. Once in high school, our teacher was talking about some obscure scientific concept. He asked if anybody had heard of it, and I raised my hand. He asked me where I'd heard about it. And I said it was from a science magazine. That brought a chuckle from everybody else. I guess high school kids reading science magazines isn't quite normal. In physics, their are four basic forces. Two nuclear forces, electromagnetism, and gravity.
  17. 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
  18. https://mindpersuasion.com/love-instinct/
  19. One question that is tough to answer is what you do for a living. You could be in the middle of a conversation with a cutie and everything could be going smoothly. But then the "what do you do?" questions pops up. There are a couple of things to understand about this. One is there are always two layers of communication. Conscious and subconscious. If the conscious layer sounds good, but the subconscious doesn't, it will come across as incongruent. This is why movie acting isn't as easy as it appears. On the surface it seems pretty easy. Just remembe
  20. One of the biggest killers of attraction is to make your intentions known. One of Dale Carnegie's most helpful insights is the idea that you can get anybody to do anything so long as they believe it's their idea. Which means if you are CONSCIOUSLY trying to create attraction, it won't work very well. Best case is you are her only choice. And she ALREADY has a baseline level of attraction. But if you come out of nowhere, and start talking to her, it's very difficult to CREATE attraction from nothing. It's especially hard if she sense's that is your intention.
  21. It's very common to want a surefire set of techniques. Either for persuasion or seduction. The idea that you could memorize a set of phrases and lines that would work on everybody. There certainly ARE a large collection of courses that teach that. But when you understand how marketing works, it makes sense. There are a lot of courses that teach memorized patterns simply because there is a lot of demand. Just like there is a lot of demand for super hero movies, that's what they make. But is it REALLY possible? If you have a LONG ENOUGH set of patterns, an
  22. Some of the deadliest or most dangerous ideas are the ones that seem the safest. For example, there’s the idea of our comfort zone. By definition, inside is safe, outside is dangerous. So it makes sense to stay inside. At least in the short term. But the longer you stay inside, the harder it is to go outside. This goes way beyond simple things like social skills. Since the dawn of time humans have been oscillating between safety and catastrophe. We stay as safe for as long as we possibly can. Then something FORCES us to move. And that “thing” i
  23. 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
  24. One of the biggest “deep skills” you can develop is the long game. This is considered “deep skill” because it’s not only intangible, but it’s something that isn’t testable. Developing the ability to play chess, for example, is a mental skill. But it is something you can test and measure. The same with many mental skills. Usually this happens in school, or in any kind of work related certification. You are given some information, you are tested on this information, and then if you can demonstrate that you KNOW this information, you’ll be given a piece of paper as
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