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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan02_Post.mp4 One of the most common frustrations before ANY meaningful conversation is knowing what to say. Especially if it's with somebody you don't know. Even if it's somebody sitting next to you on an airplane. This is something that most people wish they could do better. Having a regular, friendly conversation with a stranger. So much so that people who are naturally good at this are admired. They make EVERYBODY feel comfortable. A social magnet. Normally, this isn't a big deal. We are born, slide throug
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec29Post.mp4 Let's do an experiment. A kind of future fantasy visualization experiment. Imagine, for a moment, it's a couple years in the future. And you have, somehow, become famous. Think about that. Being famous, but only in the BEST way. The way that you would imagine being the best way. The perfect balance of fame and anonymity, according to your own preferences. First, what would you LIKE to be famous for? For of a creation, like an invention, or a best selling novel? Or more like a behavior? L
  3. Uncover AI Love: https://mindpersuasion.com/undercover-ai-love/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec28Loop.mp4
  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov09Post.mp4 Effective copywriters can make a ton of money. And it's something you can do from pretty much anywhere. So it's a very, very desirable job for a lot of people. The idea is pretty simple. To understand human nature. To understand things like the seven laws of Cialdini. To understand the problems people have that products will alleviate. If you can combine this understanding with some clever and intriguing writing, you CAN make a fortune. Especially if you want to promote any kind of evergreen product.
  5. Toothpaste Apocalypse: https://mindpersuasion.com/toothpaste-apocalypse/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct30Loop.mp4
  6. Wasabi Flavored Dirt: https://mindpersuasion.com/wasabi-flavored-dirt/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct22Loop.mp4
  7. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct01Post.mp4 It's always good to keep some in the tank. It's always good to have a back up plan. Plan A, plan B, plan C, etc. If you only have plan A, and it fails, you won't be in good shape. If you run out of gas in your main tank, and you have a backup tank, you'll be much less likely to get out of trouble. This is common sense, and plenty of saying and anecdotes describe this. Plenty of ways to skin a cat, for example. If you're in sales and you have a lot of flexibility, you'll sell a lot more. If you're in
  8. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July11Post.mp4 There are a lot of sales jobs that have the same basic structure. Low entry requirements. Very little training. If you can manage to sell, you can make a lot of money. Most do not. This is the Pareto Principle in action. Or the 80-20 rule. 20% of folks do most (80%) of the work. Work, of course, being relative. 20% of any books for any given publisher will get most of the sales. 20% of dudes will bang most of the ladies. 20% of the salespeople at any sales company will make most of the
  9. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Apr22Post.mp4 Once I was looking to buy something. Something that I could only find from some woman a couple of cities over. We talked on the phone, and negotiated a price. I went to her place, cash in hand, but she started to get cold feet. Even though she hadn't used it in years, she was worried that as soon as she got rid of it, she would want it, need it, and not have it. I understood her concerns. She was still the owner, and she was within her rights to change her mind. But for some reason, I decided I wasn't going
  10. 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,
  11. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Mar27Post.mp4 Structure is everywhere. Joseph Campbell found that most myths from around the world have the same structure. One he called the "monomyth." Commonly called the "hero's journey." Same basic structure, over and over. Similarly, most popular music has the same basic chord progressions. Once you tune your mind to hear these common chord progressions, you'll see them everywhere. Structure is something that we need to choose to see. It's not something we normally see. Even if you've studied music or
  12. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb15Post.mp4 When it comes to sales, there are two extremes. On one side, you spend tons of time with each potential client. Build rapport, elicit criteria, leverage criteria, close, overcome objections, close, etc. On the other side you spend the absolute minimum time possible. You give a pitch in less than twenty seconds, and check for interest. If there is ANY interest whatsoever, you covertly put the burden on the customer to qualify themselves. Most beginning salespeople are terrified of this. If you don't have
  13. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb05Post.mp4 It's very easy for us silly humans to mix up cause and effect. Or to not notice all the variables that are going on. Take a common example. A guy is talking to a girl, and it's obvious the girl is into the guy. All the guys watching this are wondering WHAT he is saying. The idea is if we can UNDERSTAND what that guy is saying, and somehow emulate that, we can get the same results. This is based on a META assumption about human interactions and communications. We see somebody. We want something from
  14. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec11Post.mp4 One common problem both salespeople and social persuaders have is an inability to close. Sales people can give the most fantastic presentations ever, but when it comes to the close, they flounder. Guys and girls can talk a great game, but when it comes time to close, it goes sideways. Both people feel it. Both people know that SOMEBODY should say something. But both sit there, mumbling and suddenly avoiding eye contact. "So, uh, yea, wow, gee..." There are two ways to get around this common problem. On
  15. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct22Post.mp4 In sales there is an idea of the laydown. A customer who puts up zero resistance. They walk in and say they are thinking buying one of your products. You give a short presentation or demo, and boom. Bob's your Uncle. "Sounds great!" They say, pulling out their credit card. A similar experience happens with dating. But since dating is much more complicated, and subconscious, we tend to use more complex metaphors. For sales, it's easy. Since the buyer was easy to persuade, you can use metaphors to d
  16. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct18Post.mp4 The first job I ever had was the one of the most fun. It was at movie theater. Lots of high school and college kids. Working the counters on Friday and Saturday nights was pretty fun. People waiting in line, on dates or with friends. Buying junk food and looking forward to a couple hours of relaxing entertainment. Everybody in a good mood. People happy to buy, and people happy to sell. When little kids go door to door to sell stuff, it's kind of the same situation. Since they don't feel a connecti
  17. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct12Post.mp4 Pretty people have it much easier than non pretty people. This is something that everybody kind of feels, and knows, but it's extremely hard to talk about. But it happens to be one of those things that can lead to some stunning realizations. A rough metaphor would be if you have deep money anxiety. Like most people do. Most people hate to balance their bank account. You go to the ATM, and even if you know you just got paid, you got this horrible fear of getting the dreaded, "insufficient funds" message. Thi
  18. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July6Post.mp4 One way to think about sales is pure numbers. You can certainly increase your success by learning techniques. You can definitely increase your success by studying your mistakes, and the stuff that worked. It's kind of a "fantasy desire" to get 100% success, but this is impossible. So ultimately, it WILL boil down to numbers. If you talk to ten people, you'll make three sales, for example. Once that gives you a decent daily income, then you start to increase other things. Like how QUICKLY you can disqualify
  19. Twin Flame Hypnosis and Reunion: https://mindpersuasion.com/twin-flame-seduction/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun17Loop.mp4
  20. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun14Post.mp4 Most sales is a numbers game. Especially direct to consumer. Business to business sales is a little different. Since there's usually a lot more money, and they money being spent is not usually coming out of anybody's pocket. Business to business sales is not as dependent on commissions. But retail sales of large ticket items usually is. And numbers is king. If you are a salesperson, the more people you talk to, the more chances you have. Even from the owner's standpoint, it's the same. The more pe
  21. One of the greatest sales pages ever was for the Wall Street Journal. It told a simple story. One of two guys. Each came from an average town. Each went to an average college. Each got an average degree. Each had an average family. Each had an average job. But one guy had access to information. Information that many others didn't. And because of that information, that average person (with an average background and average education and average job) had extraordinary success. The message, of course, was simple. That even if you are ave
  22. Linguistic reframes are a powerful tool. These are when you take a meaning assumed by somebody, and flip it around until it means something else. Whenever two people are having a conversation, one person will set the frame. The other person will accept the frame. Consider the idea that even among old friends, there is always a very subtle frame contest going on. The word "contest" is too strong. It implies some kind of overt competition. But this is rarely the case. Imagine an old couple. Who has been married for decades. They've evolved a kind
  23. https://mindpersuasion.com/thousand-virgin-sacrifice/
  24. A useful statement is that you can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him drink. A horse is trained to obey the rider. You pull one way, the horse goes that way. You pull the other way, the horse goes the other way. Speed up, slow down, stop, the same structure. Now, why would a horse be in front of water and NOT drink? Obviously, because he's not thirsty. Another way to express this truism is you can kind of manipulate people's actions, but you can't really manipulate their internal desires. Supermarkets and those who engineer them have been tryi
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