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  1. https://mindpersuasion.com/seduction-revenge/
  2. https://mindpersuasion.com/girls-like-you/
  3. There's a lot of math problems floating around online. They usually have a catchy title. Like, "90% of adults fail this third grade math problem." One I've seen a few times involves something called "order of operations." Say you've got a math problem with some addition signs, subtraction signs, multiplication signs and division signs. According to the strict rules of math, you MUST do them in the correct order. Otherwise you'll get the wrong answer. This is why many adults will "fail" those third grade problems. Because adults will FORGET the correct "order of operations." For example, consider the following math problem: 3+3x7=? You're supposed to do the 3x7 BEFORE you add the other 3. If you do them from left to right, like reading, and add the two 3s's and THEN multiply by 7, you'll get the wrong answer. But in English, this order of operations doesn't exist. It's only assumed. But this means you can have a LOT of fun. For example, say you went to a party. And somebody asked how it was. And you reported: There were a lot of pretty girls and people there. Most people would naturally assume the correct meaning. That there were a lot of people. And AMONG those people were some pretty girls. But you can misinterpret that on purpose. And assume that the group of "pretty girls" and the group of "people" are two different groups. So you might reply: "And the pretty girls, they were aliens or something?" When you learn to pay attention to the potential ambiguity in EVERYDAY speech, you can have a lot of fun. See, it's one thing to drop jokes. You say something funny, and people laugh. And then that's that. But when you purposely reframe ambiguity, it also INVITES other people to participate in. To PLAY ALONG with the joke. For example, in the pretty girls and people joke, you can EASILY go off on how "pretty girls" are a completely different species. Like they're from another planet, etc. This is the REAL SKILL of world class party humor. It's the kind of humor that can involve EVERYBODY. Not just some goof standing there hogging all the attention. And with the right inner game, you can covertly create a HUMOR CONTEST where everybody is trying to come up with the CRAZIEST examples. On whatever reframe you just dropped. All it takes is a little tweaking of how you view language. Do this and people will LOVE to have you around. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/party-hero/
  4. https://mindpersuasion.com/mind-control-plant/
  5. https://mindpersuasion.com/art-gallery-seduction/
  6. https://mindpersuasion.com/multi-levels-of-rapport/
  7. One of the most coveted interpersonal "feelings" is one of outcome independence. Meaning you are totally relaxed in the moment. The less you seem concerned about the outcome, the more likely you'll get a positive outcome. For example, let's consider two sales people. One is VERY HIGHLY dependent on the outcome. This guy would be extremely worried about NOT making the sale. Which would make him very aggressive trying to make the sale. He would come across as pushy and wouldn't take no for an answer. He might even get angry if customers didn't buy. On the other hand, consider a guy who didn't mind if he made a sale or not. Why would he not care? Perhaps he was truly concerned with customer satisfaction. He only wanted to sell if the customer wanted to buy. Or maybe he would get paid no matter what. One strong reason to be outcome independent is understanding the numbers. Even if somebody gets paid pure commission, the longer view they take, the easier this will be. If they KNOW, based on experience, that one out of ten will buy something, they can simply relax. Instead of seeing every customer and thinking, "I hope they buy!" they'll instead see each customer and think, "Hmm, I wonder if they'll buy." Talking to a customer from the second frame of mind would be much more relaxing. Both from the customer's and the salesperson's standpoint. The LONGER your view, the more you can see each individual interaction as a TINY part in the whole. The SHORTER your view, the more anxious you'll be. The more each and every conversation will feel like it's do or die. There are many ways to cultivate this long view. One is to have a lot of experience. Another is to practice seeing EACH interaction as a learning opportunity. This starts by looking at each interaction AFTER it happens. And using it as a source of improvement. The more you do this, the easier it gets. Pretty soon you'll develop a real time "outcome independent" feeling. Another way to look at it is where you put your focus. If you ONLY focus on the short term, you'll ONLY see the short term. Success is fantastic. Failure is horrible. But the LONGER your view, the less each interaction means. Pretty soon, no matter WHAT happens in the short term, it will FEEL like success. This will significantly increase your confidence, and your chances of success. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/long-game/
  8. There are a lot of common themes in movies. One very common idea in movies with a romantic theme is the odd character that finally finds somebody who "gets them." Everybody has a huge collection of ideas in our brains. But we all equally suck pretty hard at describing those ideas. The other night I was watching a documentary. And I noticed how articulately all those "common people" in the doc were explaining the situation. If you think about it, most people in documentaries, who are allegedly normal people describing un-normal things, are much more articulate that regular folks. But that's the whole point of documentaries. To give us a window into an event. But they are also commercial products. Documentaries are made by people hoping to earn a profit. For the documentary makers, it's their job. And just regular movie makers, they want to make the BEST product possible. So when they interview those "normal" people, they want to make it INTERESTING. So even though they are giving the average person's viewpoint, it is VERY practiced. They've likely been given the questions ahead of time, and have had plenty of time practicing. Many "takes" even. So they sound more articulate than most "normal" people. If you were to walk up to a random person on the street and ask them what they thought about any current event, they wouldn't be NEARLY as articulate as anybody on TV. What does this mean? That we are ALL walking around with very COMPLICATED ideas in our brains. And most of us SUCK at describing those ideas with very much detail. So how the heck are we supposed to CONNECT with other people if WE can't express ourselves very well, and THEY can't express themselves very well? The answer is actually pretty simple. The trick is to NOT worry about expressing yourself. Nor is it to put THEM on the spot and expect THEM to do all the work. The trick is to use a simple question process that helps them EXPAND what's in their mind. By asking very EASY to answer questions. That help them get MORE and MORE expressive and detailed. This also allows you to find all the SIMILAR ideas inside your brain. This makes it easy on them. This makes it easy on you. And this creates a LOT of deep connections. Deep connections that will be memorable and profound. Ones they won't find anywhere else. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/deep-mind-persuasion/
  9. There's a powerful technique in the Milton Model. Of course, there are many, and this is but one. It's called the, "I'm not going to tell you..." pattern. It works because as soon as you utter those words, people's brains kind of turn down their defensive shields slightly. So if you say something like, "I'm not going to tell you to buy this product." It is a sneaky way to slip in the "buy this product" command. But it's very useful if you add on a bunch of stuff after. And that it seems like the stuff you add on after is the main part of the sentence. It's kind of like a magic trick. If you study magicians, they often to the "trick" part very early on in their routine. Then they do a bunch of talking after. If they can spit some pretty good game, the talking part is kind of a "mental cover" so you'll forget what happened before. So when they do the "reveal" it will seem much more magical. So when you use the "I'm not going to tell you..." pattern, it works the same way. You put in the command directly AFTER the "I'm not going to tell you..." and then you add on a bunch of stuff that will give them a reason to do EXACTLY what you said you weren't going to tell them to do. For example: I'm not going to tell you to BUY THIS EBOOK, because I want you to decide for yourself whether you would like to significantly increase your charisma and seductive powers. After all, many people find they don't like having gorgeous women following them everywhere and begging for sex. But you can also do this in a much subtler and more profound way. You don't ever actually SAY, "I'm not going to tell you." But you CREATE that feeling. Whenever you approach somebody, either a romantic target or a customer, it's hard to do so and pretend you aren't. If you are a guy, and you walk up to a girl in a social situation (or vice versa) it's pretty obvious what's going on. It's even MORE obvious if you are a salesperson and you approach somebody browsing in your shop. But there IS a way to approach WITHOUT any sales or romantic energy. And then through VERY relaxed and VERY subtle conversation, TURN UP their desire (buying, romantic or otherwise). And do so SO delicately they believe it is COMPLETELY their idea. They will actually believe that they are SPONTANEOUSLY feeling buying or romantic desires. For THEIR reasons. Which means there will be very little, if any, internal resistance. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/deep-mind-persuasion/
  10. Most normal adults are terrified of public speaking. Most are MORE afraid of public speaking than death. Most normal people also have a certain amount of approach anxiety. Sure, a lot of folks won't admit it. But ANYBODY that is normal will be at least a little nervous when they approach somebody they don't know. ESPECIALLY if this person has something. It could be a hiring manager at a networking event. It could be a famous movie star who's autograph you want. It could be a potential customer. It could be a potential romantic interest. But it is absolutely NORMAL to feel nervous when doing this. And there are two perfectly reasonable reasons for this. One is that every single human has a very rude awakening around 2 or 3 years old. That is we LEARN that expressing ourselves is dangerous. This isn't done to us on purpose. But we all have TONS of memories, hard wired in BEFORE we really became conscious, of this two step process. The first step is we have a need, so we express it. The next step is an angry adult shows up and tells us to be quiet. Since this has happened HUNDREDS of times to any normal human, we develop belief. That expressing a desire EQUALS somebody getting angry. That's the first reason. The second reason is much deeper. Genetic. Evolutionary. And that is for the HUGE majority of human history, we ONLY hung around people we knew. Only in the last few seconds of our existence on this planet has the opportunity to approach strangers ALONE been open to us. Our social instincts are NOT calibrated to deal with one-on-one interactions with strangers. This is why anything like approach anxiety is pretty much built into our system. It's also why it's so hard to get rid of. But there IS a workaround. The anxiety is strongest when we feel we are presenting OUR desires to another person. When we feel like we are asking FOR something FROM them. When it is reasonable and logical for them to say NO. Just like that deep cause effect. We ask and the adults say no. So anything that FEELS like that is going to bring up those deep beliefs. The answer is to NOT ask. At least not ask FOR something. Nearly all social anxiety involves the thought of ASKING for something and getting rejected. So stop asking FOR something. Instead, ask ABOUT something. Turn OFF your own ideas and beliefs and requests. And BECOME INTERESTED in the other person. Turns out there is very easy way to ask them a bunch of easy to answer questions. Questions that they will ENJOY answering. Since they are about THEM. And the more they answer, the better they'll feel. And they will associate that good feeling with you. And since those good feelings will be coming from inside THEM, there is no possibility of rejection. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/deep-mind-persuasion/
  11. I've had a lot of sales jobs. Every one of them involved memorizing a pitch. Either a loose structure, or a word by word pitch. Selling cars, for example, involves a ten step process. And just like a sales letter, the whole point of each step is to get to the next step. It took me a while to figure out exactly WHY sales companies do this. It's the same theory as selling itself, or even talking to girls or guys to get numbers. It's all based on percentages. If you are selling vacuum cleaners door to door, then it's just a matter of knocking on enough doors. Once you have your pitch down, and you've got your numbers figured out, it's pretty mechanical. Knock on 30 doors to sell one vacuum cleaner. If that one vacuum cleaner makes you $100 in commissions, that comes out to $3.33 per door. Same with cold calls. Once you figure out the numbers, it's mechanical. But this is EXACTLY how sales companies see salespeople they hire. Pure numbers. If you see a neighborhood with 300 doors, that means ten sales. Any company KNOWS that they are locked into the Pareto principle. Otherwise known as the 80/20 rule. They know that 20% of their sales staff will sell 80% of the stuff. How do they know which is which? That's the thing. They don't need to know. Nor do they need to care. For every ten people they hire, they figure two will be decent. The other eight? They treat those JUST LIKE the vacuum cleaner sellers treats the folks who DON'T buy. Everything CAN be seen through this numbers game. Talk to enough people, and you'll eventually figure out your own numbers. How many calls you need to make before you make a sale. How many girls you need to approach before you get a number. How many job interviews you go on before you get an offer. But this ASSUMES that each one of those (girls, calls, jobs, etc.) is seeing the SAME YOU. The same you shows up and gives the same pitch. This is easy, once you memorize your pitch. But it's very time consuming. And worst of all, you've got to face a TON of rejection. Luckily, there is a much EASIER way. One that doesn't involve ANY rejection. What IS rejection? You make an offer, and they say, "No thanks." Your "offer" (whatever it is) is REJECTED. This other method doesn't involve making ANY OFFER. Instead, it is only about asking questions. Question about them. Questions that are EASY to answer. Questions that make then FEEL GOOD about themselves. The more of these easy questions you ask, the better they'll feel. And pretty soon they'll start to subconsciously associate those good feelings with YOU. And they'll be the ones making YOU and offer. And pleading with you to accept it. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/deep-mind-persuasion/
  12. https://mindpersuasion.com/magic-love-money-algorithm/
  13. Brain dead simple persuasion and seduction techniques https://mindpersuasion.com/deep-mind-persuasion/
  14. The halo effect is an interesting phenomenon. It exists and has been proven through various studies. But it's also something that nobody benefits by admitting. If you are particularly attractive, the last thing you want to do is chalk up any success to your looks. If you want to make an attractive person angry, tell them they are ONLY successful (or even partially successful) due to their looks. But normal looking people also don't like to acknowledge the halo effect. That would mean since we normal folks aren't gorgeous, we'll be limited. The good news is that plenty of studies also show some interesting things about physical beauty. Physical beauty is enough to get attention. And it's enough for things that aren't that consequential. But the more that is riding on any given relationships, the LESS physical appearance starts to matter. Studies of the types of women that men choose for partners illustrates this. In one long-ranging study, they found that for short term flings, men only really care about looks. But for long term relationships, (families, children etc.) looks were not very important. This very good news. Because if you are attractive, and that's all you've got, the clock is always ticking. All your other characteristics can only get BETTER with age. When it comes to any individual, we can think of three different categories. Inner game, outer game, and looks. Looks matter only in the short term. Next is outer game, how they behave, communicate, and interact with others. The most important is inner game. Intelligence, sense of confidence, short term and long term goals, etc. Inner game drives outer game. So if you only work on building up inner game, outer game will be easy. And looks will be unimportant. Inner game is kind of like a muscle, but better. Meaning if you started to exercise your muscles, the more you exercised them the stronger they'd get. Up to a point. After a certain point, you'd start get diminishing returns. Consider jogging, for example. At first, it might take a while just to jog a mile without stopping. Then you might shoot for jogging a mile in under ten minutes. Then eight minutes. Then six minutes. But pretty soon, the more work you put in, the less results you'd get. But with inner game, there is no limit. Since it's all built on mental strength, which can be increased infinitely. The more you put in, the more you get out. This means the longer you live, the better you get. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/attractive-personality/
  15. https://mindpersuasion.com/witch-seductress-professor/
  16. Frame is a very squirrely concept. Mainly because the frame of any situation is shifting consciously. Also because frame is very, very subjective. It's never anything that can be proven or disproven. It's very much a "might makes right" kind of thing. That term, "might makes right" tends to be associated with physical battles and quests for military power. But it's very appropriate when speaking of inter-personal frame battles. Whoever has the strongest frame will determine the outcome. Strongest is very similar to being the "mightiest." In a sense, saying that the whoever has the strongest frame will get their outcome is essentially another way of saying "might makes right." A car salesman is talking to a customer. Both have their own intention. The customer wants the cheapest price possible. The salesman wants the highest price possible. The word "might" doesn't seem to apply. Especially when they finally agree on a price, it's usually a compromise, they shake hands, and they are BOTH happy. But you could also say that their "joined frame" of cooperation over a single goal, the transaction itself, become the strongest or mightiest frame. This is what creating win-win outcomes is all about. It STILL obeys the rules of the "strongest frame" or "might makes right." Even Sun Tsu said the best way to "conquer" and enemy was to make him your friend. One of the strange ways in which the frame control idea presents itself is how we present ourselves to others. Particularly strangers, and particularly non-verbally. We all walk the earth projecting our state whether we like it or not. We are also reading the state of others as they are projecting. Since most of us are in our heads most of the time, nobody ever notices this. But there is always a TON of information being sent and received. Every time there are people around. Subconscious, non-verbal communication is ALWAYS happening. And WHAT we are communication is ALWAYS related to our "state." How we feel about ourselves. How we feel about ourselves related to the situation. In a sense, there is ALWAYS a "might makes right" frame battle going on. OUR idea of ourselves, that we are projecting, and THEIR idea of who we are, based on WHAT we are projecting. Most people don't even notice that this is happening, let alone realize that VERY MUCH of this is under our control. Because with a little practice, you CAN project a VERY STRONG frame. It's a lot like learning how to walk and move with a more confident posture. Kind of like learning to walk and move with a more confident mindset. With a little practice, the results can be astounding. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/walk-away/
  17. https://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotic-stripper-witch/
  18. https://mindpersuasion.com/sweet-seductive-sociopath/
  19. There are two basic ways to influence somebody. One way is the common way. To try and use the ideas in YOUR head and convince them to do what YOU want, for YOUR reasons. Most salespeople use this technique. Ultimately, it’s based on the very ancient “might makes right strategy.” It’s in the form, “MY ideas for what you should are better than YOUR ideas for what you should do.” This can come across as a gentle persuasion, or a hard sell. But it’s still a might-makes right strategy. The opposite is by turning OFF the ideas in your head. And carefully pulling the ideas out of THEIR head. Then carefully re-arranging THEIR ideas into YOUR suggested behaviors. Since you are using THEIR ideas, it will seem like THEIR decision. This is essentially the Dale Carnegie strategy. The one that says you can get anybody to do anything so long as you can get them to believe it was their idea. But there is another way. A much deeper way. One that goes BEYOND the idea of “separation.” Both of the above strategies are based on the assumption that YOUR ideas and THEIR ideas are two DIFFERENT ideas. But the much DEEPER technique involves going DEEPLY enough so that you both share the SAME ideas. It involves reading them below the level of conscious communication. Below the level of language. Even below the level of conscious thought. Kind of like if you had two separate castles behind two large and separate walls. And a huge river in between them. On the SURFACE they would appear to be two different kingdoms. And communication between the kingdoms would require a huge amount of effort. Until you find the DEEP passageway connecting them. One that was built LONG AGO. When they were once the SAME kingdom. Humans are the same way. We SEEM separate on the surface. But deep below, we are really the same. When you communicate on THAT level, they will REMEMBER the connection. Subconsciously. Deeply. Powerfully. What’s even better, is they don’t need to speak. You “read” them, and speak to them using a very careful set of hypnotic language patterns. They only need to listen, and REMEMBER the deep connection. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/cold-reading/
  20. https://mindpersuasion.com/cia-interrogation-seduction/
  21. https://mindpersuasion.com/bar-tricks-and-puzzles/
  22. https://mindpersuasion.com/seduction-trifecta/
  23. https://mindpersuasion.com/re-calibrated-sexual-energy/
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