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  1. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov30Post.mp4 The idea of a hack is very compelling. Especially a "legal" hack. Things like counterfeiting is a hack. If you had a program on your PC that could print out realistic looking money, that would be pretty cool. But it would also be extremely illegal, and the chance of getting caught would be too high for it to be any kind of benefit. There are plenty of blogs and videos about regular hacks. The kind that are kind of like shortcuts. Since the dawn of time, people have been always looking for easier and better ways to do things. On the one hand, that can make us suckers. The kind that PT Barnum talked about. But that same drive, to do or get more with less, has been the driving force of human inventions since the dawn of time. That desire, to get more with less, is what drove Dr. Erickson to invent covert hypnosis. At the time, there was only direct hypnosis. The kind where you swing a watch and tell your clients they are getting sleepier and sleepier. But for Dr. Erickson, this was taking too long. He wanted a quicker way to reach inside their brains and rearrange their thinking. So he did some experimenting. He practiced with various language patterns. Various reframing techniques. His only requirement was that it worked. He didn't really care if it made his patients confused. He didn't really care if they couldn't remember what he'd just talked about for the past couple of hours. He only wanted a very quick and very effective technique. One that would allow him to reach inside their mind, rearrange their thoughts, so they could remove fears. To remove their inhibitions. To increase confidence and charisma. Lucky for us, he wrote most of his techniques now. Case study after case study, book after book. People have applied these techniques to all kinds of things. If you are skilled enough, meaning if you are patient and can practice enough, you can do pretty much anything with these patterns. Talk to people make them feel happy, excited, however you'd like them to feel. Give them amnesia so they won't remember you. Get them to remember things that didn't happen. Or, if you just want to have some fun, you can add in these techniques to regular conversations. To make them more exciting, more enjoyable, and funnier. So they'll remember you as being more exciting and enjoyable. Or to remember you however you want them to remember you. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.teachable.com/p/party-hypnosis/
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept18Post.mp4 There's a reason few people understand economics. And there's a reason why economics is known as the dismal science. It has to do with why we also HATE doing things like balancing our bank accounts. Or when we go to the ATM, nobody likes to see their balance. Everybody has a very DEEP fear of running out of money. This is for a lot of reasons. One is instinctive. A healthy fear of NOT getting our needs met was necessary to get us out of bed every morning. It's also based on how beliefs are transmitted from parents to children. It's pretty simple. We don't need metaphysics . If you've been around kids you know sensitive they are to the emotions of the adults. If you're holding a happy baby, and you get angry, (like if you're on the phone) the baby will know. The baby will sense your angry energy. Similarly, all of us grew up around adults that were very much like us. Worried about money. So whenever they talked about money, they did so with negative energy. Negative energy, of course, is a metaphor for all the subconscious and non verbal body language and facial expressions associated with anxiety. Even if we didn't have any clue what they were talking about, we knew it was bad. Later, when we slowly picked up money vocabulary, we hooked it up AUTOMATICALLY to all that negative energy. Then as we grew up, we knew having money was good. But every time we ASKED for money, and were told NO, that VERIFIED those deep negative feelings. So even if you don't recognize this consciously, even if you KNOW you have plenty of cash in the bank, you still have the ATM effect. Even though you're getting YOUR money from a machine, it feels FAMILIAR to all the times you've asked for money and were told NO. So the idea of sitting down, calculating HOW MUCH money you have coming in, and how much you have going out, is TERRIFYING for most people. Even if it's not terrifying, it's not fun. Nobody looks forward to doing it. Nobody enjoys doing it. Economics is like this but on STEROIDS. It forces us to ACCEPT that everything costs something. That nothing is free. Problem is, we LOVE the idea of free stuff. We love the self-help idea of ONE WEIRD TRICK. Of finding any kind of short cut. This is EXACTLY why PT Barnum said there was a sucker born every minute. Because suckers are willing to believe something that is too good to be true. If your strategies are based on magic, shortcuts and other ideas of getting something for nothing, you might want to reconsider. Truth is PAINFUL. But truth is EFFECTIVE. Get Started: http://mindpersuasion.com/seven-rules/
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