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  1. Profit From Human Nature: https://mindpersuasion.com/profit-from-human-nature/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  2. The Pirate Treasure Attraction Pattern https://mindpersuasion.com/the-pirate-treasure-attraction-pattern/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  3. How To Demonstrate Real Authority: https://mindpersuasion.com/how-to-demonstrate-real-authority/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  4. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb19_Post.mp4 There's something in economics they call "excess capacity." Like if the economy is booming, and everybody is building. Say you built a bowling ball factory during the booming economy. This isn't as silly a metaphor as you might think. One of the things that boomed during the post WWII boom were bowling alleys. And when the economy is growing it makes sense to keep building. But when the economy shrinks, it's kind of hard shift on a dime. So, suppose your bowling ball factory is capable of producing 1,000,000 bowling balls per day. But as demand slows down, you produce less. And suppose you're now only producing 250,000 bowling balls per day. All that extra equipment that you're NOT using is what they meany by "excess capacity." And modern humans have a lot of excess capacity in our brains. We have the same brains, intellect, creativity we've had for a couple hundred thousand years. And up until very recently, we NEEDED all that creativity to NOT DIE. Life was harsh. Our brains were our best attribute. Scheming against animals, our environment, other humans, that was a LIFE OR DEATH scenario. Today, everything we need is pretty easy. It doesn't seem like that, but that stuff that KILLED US back then doesn't exist. Nobody needs to worry about starving to death. Nobody needs to worry about hungry bear coming into your bedroom at night and eating you. So our brains, or creativity, our imaginations have TONS of "excess capacity." Most of us use this to watch movies, play video games, etc. Or WORSE pay attention to all the nonsense on social media. But even more troublesome is how much we use our fast ninja brains to spin circles around ourselves. Go into any social situation and our brains are going CRAZY. This is kind of what Mark Twain meant when he said: "90% of my worst fears never came true." Most of the things we fear are a product of our over-active imaginations. "Over Active" isn't the best description. Our brains are ALWAYS thinking. So it's not that they are TOO active. But our brains are active in the wrong direction. Back in the day it was easy. Danger, hunger, competition, was ALWAYS there. Back in the day, there was a close match between our fears and the stuff that might actually kill us. Today, not so much. No worries, because that only needs a bit of recalibration. To use your brain powers to slowly re-build an inner core. One that will be much more efficient, and DEADLY in the modern world. Deadly, of course, being metaphorical. Not killing bears or enemies. But killing inner fears, inhibitions, anxieties and all obstacles. Get Started: https://mindpersuasion.com/inner-frame/
  5. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb09_Post.mp4 Once upon a time, a hotel had a problem. They weren't getting through to their customers. They were in an area that had a lot of drought. And if you've ever stayed in a hotel, particularly a nice one, having the people come in ever day and clean is pretty nice. They come in, make up the bed, put in clean towels. The problem was that during the drought, the city was charging a LOT for water. The hotel figured if they could get the hotel guests to re-use their towels, just like most people do at home, they'd save a lot of money. For example, say you've got 100 guests. And each guest expects a fresh towel ever day. It takes a lot of water to wash 100 towels. So, if they could convince the guests to re-use their towels, once, or even twice, that would save a lot of water, and a lot of money. So they started putting small reminders in the hotel. "Please re-use your towels to save water." Didn't work. So they tried again. "Please re-use your towels to help protect the environment." Nope. Then they called in some marketing experts. "Did you know that over 80% of guests re-use their towels to help save water, and the environment?" Bingo! Now, why did this last statement work? Particularly when the rest didn't? All the previous pleas were kind of private conversation. Hotel and guest. But then added that one extra bit. "Over 80% of guests do this, why don't you?" This added in social proof. We humans are very keen on staying safely within the pack. Look for this, and you'll find it everywhere. Any product that has social proof will sell like hotcakes. Get ENOUGH social proof, and you can sell sacks of dirt. Sounds goofy? When I was a kid, people were buying little rocks. Except they called them "pet rocks." You bought a rock. It came in a box. It had a name and a backstory. Why would people buy rocks? Because it was popular. Everybody was doing it. And everybody wants to do what everybody else is doing. This also works, as you'd guess, in social situations. You show up anywhere with a crew of pretty people and EVERYBODY is going to want some of you. Show up on your own, and people won't even notice you. This CAN be a problem if you don't happen to have a crew of pretty people. But here's the thing. Like in this hotel cards, social proof can be essentially created out of nothing. One card with a bunch of words doesn't do squat. One card with different words that CREATE THE ILLUSION of social proof convince people to re-use their towels. Can you use this socially? To get EVERYBODY to want to be on your team even if you show up alone? Why yes, yes you can. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/social-proof/
  6. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb05_Post.mp4 Imagine two or three of your best traits. Your absolutely most attractive characteristics. Not ones that exist, but ones that could exist. Ones that aren't exactly fantasy (Like being able to fly), but things you genuinely like about yourself. Things you'd also very much like to IMPROVE about yourself. Like you are really friendly. Or you've got a great sense of humor. Or even a non-personality trait. Like something you really like to study or learn. (not video game hacks!) Even something you haven't even started yet, but would really LIKE to be able to master. A hobby, a sport, an instrument, a skill. Now imagine having a couple of traits, or desires, in some kind of a social situation. And you see somebody across the room. And you would very much like to walk over and tell them about yourself. Or perhaps even deeper, not needing any kind of "communication" intermediary. You look at them, and your eyes meet, you both kind of smile awkwardly, and break off eye contact. And you are suddenly hit by a deep knowing. That if they only KNEW those things about you, it would work. If there was somehow you could convey these deep dreams and desires that you have for your life and yourself. That if there was some way they KNEW these things about you, not just superficially, but deeply. A powerful emotional connection. As if they could see your soul, appreciate your soul, and CHERISH your soul. What of life would have if you could have this "self-identity transmission process"? Meaning you could somehow convey these things about you, to them. Not through your words, as words are kind of clunky. Things that exist in our brains are far to hard to express with mere words. At least words from the brain of one human to another human in a first meeting within a social setting. But what if you could play some kind of long game? What if you could speak to them in a way that would make THEM desperate to find out about YOU? And through this filter, of them wanting to know VERY MUCH what makes you tick, they would much more likely to accept and appreciate those deep things about you. And because they genuinely wanted to know these things, they wouldn't put you on the spot. Not give you only a minute to spit out your best thoughts of yourself. But they would be patient and considerate to help you get those ideas out of your head. Because they are extremely interested in everything there is to know about you. What would THIS do for your social life? Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/first-impressions/
  7. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Feb01_Loop.mp4 One common but rare experience is meeting somebody you just "click" with. Not necessarily in a romantic setting, but a friendship or even a random conversation. For example, when I was younger I used to play golf. I sucked, and I had some hand me down clubs, but it was fun. If only to get outside and walk around on the grass for a couple hours. But one thing you run into when playing golf is if you aren't playing with four people, you end up getting stuck with somebody. They send out groups of four every five minutes or so. So if you show up with three people, you're going to get stuck with somebody. Kind of like on a ski lift, if you're single, you'll get stuck with another single. But ski lifts are short and it's pretty easy to just sit and be polite for the few minutes. But a round of golf takes a couple hours, at least. So if you get stuck with a weirdo it kinds of sucks. But sometimes, you get "put" with somebody that you kind of click with. Not that you become best buddies or anything. But you tend to share the same outlook, since of humor, world view etc. So it's EASY to pass the time while you're waiting for the slowpokes in front of you. This makes a round of golf very FUN. On the other hand, if you get stuck with an unfunny stick in the mud, it CAN suck. You have to be careful about the f-bombs and dirty jokes, etc. If you meet an attractive person socially, and you click, this is also a very cool feeling. But it's also considered to be very rare. Even the metaphors we use to describe this indicate we don't feel much in control. We say things like, "I hope I meet somebody." Meaning that are tons of random people out there, and meeting "somebody" we can click with is a rare event. But consider this paradigm, or model. Inside, we are VERY similar. We all want the same things. We all want to avoid the same things. Everybody wants more money, a better job, a better living arrangement, better sex, etc. Nobody wants to see their boss, or balance their bank account, or get up on Monday morning. Suppose, just for a minute, that meeting people you "click" with wasn't REALLY about compatibility? What if was more about simply releasing the more or less "false" exterior and letting loose with our inner selves? It turns out the inner structure of what everybody wants is pretty easy to pace. Pace with your language. So the more you talk to them, the more you'll click. The more you click, the more you'll enjoy the experience. So instead of "hoping" to "meet people" you click with, you'll be CHOOSING who you WANT to click with. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/slippery-slope-language/
  8. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec30Post.mp4 There are three very simple, yet powerful ideas, that, when put together, will make all the difference. The first one is imagined to be good, but is really bad. The second and third are thought to be neutral, but are, in really, utterly fantastic. The first one: That is the idea of SHOULD. Most everybody has an idea of what other people SHOULD do. This is the source of all frustration, as the Buddha once said. Thinking somebody SHOULD do something, and then they don't, is frustrating. You learn a pick up line or some game, and you are told it's certain to work. So you have an intention in mind. You have a fantastic opener, witty reframe, or some other conversational strategies. You are certain they SHOULD work. But they don't. Because you were EXPECTING them to work, and they didn't, you are now angry. You actually feel CHEATED. You believed they SHOULD work so much, you started to BELIEVE you were ENTITLED to what you thought SHOULD happen. But here is TRUTH. Nobody, including you, wakes up in the morning and plans their day based on what other people thinks they (you) SHOULD do. People do things because they WANT to. Not because other people think they SHOULD. Accept this hard truth and you'll be miles ahead of everybody else. The next two are easier, much easier to understand and accept once you get rid of any "should" based expectations. And that is everybody has UNLIMITED desires. This is a fundamental assumption in basic economics. Our mind-body systems are essentially walking, talking, breathing, desire generators and desire acquisition systems. Just look inside your own brain. All the things you've wanted, and gotten in the past. The things you want and hope to get in the future. This is the second idea. What's the third idea? This is kind of related to the first, our idea of what other people SHOULD do. And this is every single person, including you, including me, LOVE our own ideas. Way more than anybody else's ideas. This is why we get frustrated when other people don't do what we think they SHOULD do. After all, you've spent your time practicing those goofy openers. Those stories that everybody on the Internet said are GUARANTEED to work. So before you try them out, that idea of what you think SHOULD happen is SO FANTASTIC. So FANTASTIC it fills up your whole brain. But if you step back and see this from an objective standpoint, you are trying to IMPOSE your reality on a complete stranger. Everybody is competing by out-should-ing each other. This means NONE of our desires get out of our brains, let alone described in any articulated way. So, flip the script. Turn OFF your ego-based "should" ideas. And ask them about their DESIRES. This will make you stand out above EVERYBODY. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/desire-builder/
  9. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec26Post.mp4 There's an interesting scene from the old movie, "Jaws." That movie has a lot of iconic scenes. This isn't really one of them. But it is kind of interesting. Not likely an original scene, as this particular scene, in different forms, but the same structure, can be found everywhere. Not just the movies. Anyhow, it was early in the movie. A few people had washed up dead. A bunch of people were arguing over what to do. Nobody had any real authority. Everybody was talking over everybody else. The one dude shut them all up by dragging his fingernails over the chalk board. Once they all shut up, he explained what was what. Another similar scene was in "The Road Warrior." Part II of the original Mad Max. Max had found a relatively safe compound. But they needed to move, but they had to smuggle out their secret stash of petrol. Similar to the scene from Jaws, everybody was talking over each other. Finally Max silenced them all by whistling. Once he had their attention, he gave them the solution. "Two days ago I saw a vehicle that can haul that tanker. You wanna get out of here? Talk to me." All humans are driven by instincts. Food, sex, safety. And a ton of social instincts. As much as we pretend we don't care what others think, we do. If we show up and people stop talking, look at us, and then pretend nothing happens, that feels HORRIBLE. On the other hand, if we solve some problem, and then return to our "group" and they spontaneously give us a standing ovation, that feels fantastic. Most of the time, we are safely in the middle. Doing everything we can to avoid the negative side. And trying our best to come up with any answer to any potential problem. Normally this evolves into those "idea contests" where everybody is talking over each other. Our deep fantasy is to be that guy that has the REAL answer. To wait patiently, send some signal for everybody to shut the F up, and then drop in the solution. And then calmly drop in the Mad Max solution: "You wanna get out of here? Talk to me." In the movies, this has to be heavily dependent on content. Content that is part of the story. How to find and kill the shark. How to escape the crazy motorcycle killers hanging around outside your compound. But this desire, to be "the guy" with the solution is WAY more ancient. Which means it's NOT based on content. It can't be. It's based on deep confidence, deep feelings of certainty. This simple idea, "you wanna get out of here, you talk to me," does not even need words. The right glance, the right head movement is often all you need. And when you can speak like a true leader, with true authority, words won't matter. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/commanding-voice/
  10. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec21Post.mp4 Presuppositions are pretty cool. If you understand how to read them. How to use them. For example, if you are selling anything, you'd have a much better time if the product was popular. But if you said: "This product is very popular," it would only work if it matched what the customer was already thinking. Meaning if you knew it was popular, and you knew they knew it was popular. So you'd be pacing what was already in their mind. This is good. On the other hand, if you weren't sure if they knew it was popular, just telling them it was wouldn't work. Because any time one person tells something to another, three things can happen. One, is they'll take your word for it. This rarely happens between strangers. Two, is they'll PRETEND to take your word for it, while they secretly wonder. Three is they'll openly ask you for more information. Not necessarily argumentatively, but conversationally. "Really? I've never heard of this." It's much better to PRESUPPOSE the popularity. For example: "One of the reasons this is so popular is that it's got all these hidden features." Then as you are going over all the hidden features, the idea that it's popular will kind of just slide right in. And in case you hadn't noticed, there's another presupposition in that sentence. "One of the reasons..." Which means it's popular for another reason, or more, other than all the hidden features. You can deliver presuppositions linguistically, by carefully building sentences. Or you can deliver them behaviorally. For example, supposed you found yourself in a conversation with an attractive, friendly, and charismatic person. They were sending you all the signals of attraction. You covertly checked their finger, and no ring. The conversation didn't show any evidence of them having a significant other. They are laughing at your jokes, you are laughing at theirs. They don't show any signs of nervousness. Only pure confidence. But then when they leave, they say something like this: "Hey, it was nice talking to you, see you around..." This will create a lot of unanswered questions in your mind. Why didn't they close you? Were the not attracted to you? Do they not swing your way? Do they have a significant other and you just missed it? Even better (or worse depending on your perspective) is THEY ended the conversation before you WANTED it to end. This will leave a lot of UNANSWERED questions. Our brains HATE unanswered questions. So you will wonder about them. You'll NEED answers to all these things that weren't mentioned, nor even presupposed. It's one thing to wonder about what the other reasons might be for a products popularity while you're looking at all the extra features. But it's another thing completely to wonder about a person's confident, outgoing, charismatic and MYSTERIOUS personality. So if you can ACT like this, as your regular, go-to behavior, what will happen? You'll have TONS of people wondering WHO you are. And hoping they'll see you again. And just a few of them might CLOSE YOU before you get away. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/relationship-generator/
  11. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec18Post.mp4 A common question regarding any social situation is what went wrong. Or what did "they" mean when they said "that." This does seem logical. Nobody likes problems. Everybody likes to get over problems. To understand problems. This is part of our makeup. Our wiring. To learn from our mistakes. This is the BEST way to learn. To make an UNEXPECTED mistake. Then figure out what happened. And do better next time. So it seems logical to use this strategy socially. You're having a conversation with an attractive person. Because you get a good feeling when talking to them, when thinking about talking to them in the future, it feels BAD to not get your outcome. Whether you're looking for friends or lovers, the strategy is very basic. And exists deep beneath conscious understanding. We see somebody and we ENJOY looking at them. We talk to somebody and we ENJOY speaking with them. So the natural and automatic desire is to create a future where we can look forward to interacting with them again. This doesn't matter if they are potential friend, or a potential lover, or even a friendly guy at the meat counter. We enjoy interacting with certain humans. If we showed up at the meat counter and asked about friendly meat guy and found out he'd died, we'd be SAD. For a while, every time we bought meat we'd be SAD. This is normal. So when you're having what you THINK is a friendly conversation, and it goes south, that feels BAD. We don't like bad feelings. We want to know how to DECREASE bad feelings. So, the common response is "what did I do wrong?" This is even a common movie question when one person is breaking up with another person. "What did I do wrong?" Unfortunately, this is the WRONG response. If you are making a recipe, and it comes out terrible, that's a valid question. If you are playing a song on the piano, that question doesn't even need to be asked, since you KNOW what you did wrong as soon as you did. If you are driving somewhere and get lost, that question, "what did I do wrong" is not really thought, but that "feeling" of having done something wrong is what makes you backtrack and find the right directions. Now, WHY is that question, "what did I do wrong" NOT the best question for failed relationships, or conversations? Because relationships are NOT based on right or wrong. They are based SUBJECTIVE feelings. And subjective feelings DO NOT live in the world or right or wrong. Some people will dig you. Some people won't. The question, then, is HOW can you make MORE people dig you? Turns out this is the OPPOSITE of the "do it right" or "do it wrong" strategy. Understand this, and you'll enjoy MUCH more social success. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/relationship-generator/
  12. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec17Post.mp4 The flow state is a very sought after state. Normally it involves athletes that are in competitive sports. The flow state is when you've got a very high level skill trained into unconscious competence. But because it's a competitive sport, you have no idea what's coming next. A similar but completely different kind of flow state is the kind musicians talk about. But those guys practice their songs a kajillion times. But even then, the feedback loop between the audience and the musicians is unexpected. This is perhaps, why high level musicians tend to speak about "otherworldly" forces joining them on stage. This is also different in a completely different way. In a competitive sport, like tennis or boxing or basketball, both teams or both players want OPPOSITE outcomes. Player A wants to win, and B to lose. Player B wants to win, ad A to lose. Very, very confrontational. On the other hand, a world class guitarist riffing up on stage is giving the audience EXACTLY what they want. And the guitarist is getting exactly what HE wants. Very, very NON confrontational. From a purely, mind body engineering standpoint, flow states under competitive sports are much more interesting. Because they are much, much rarer. It's one thing to practice something over and over until it becomes second nature, or unconsciously competent. Every time you drive to work or sing in the shower you are essentially in the flow state. But because it's a low level flow state, it's not so interesting. This might be ONE of the reasons video games are so compelling. No matter what level you play at, so long as you are slowly improving, your unconscious competence, within a competitive scenario, is always improving. Being the flow state FEELS very, very good. But sometimes we make things competitive when they shouldn't be. When some guy is jamming up on stage, getting MASSIVE positive validation from the crowd, all while playing original music, that ALSO feels fantastic. That's when those rare conversations with people where we just "click" also feel good. They are not the confrontational type. Where both of are trying to win. It's the mutual enjoyment type. Where each is enjoying other. This is how we are SUPPOSED to engage. But one way to kill this wonderful feeling before it starts is to WANT something FROM the other person. This is why seduction and persuasion conversations can feel so confrontational. Like a frame battle. But if you re-calibrate how you see ALL social engagements, you'll flow naturally and regularly. Just like it's supposed to be. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/relationship-generator/
  13. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Dec07Post.mp4 One of the coolest ideas, in my option, about the big bang is the idea of time and space. Meaning that time and space itself expanded after the big bang. For example, imagine a balloon, existing as a tiny speck. Then the balloon quickly inflates. And suppose there are a bunch of self aware, really tiny societies living on the surface of the balloon. So long as the balloon will continuously expand (like they think the universe is) every society will think THEY are the center of the universe. No matter which point of view you take, you'll look at all the other societies and see them as ALL going further away from you. At the same time, EVERYBODY started at that same tiny point. So everybody is expanding away from everybody else. AND everybody has a legitimate claim on being the center of the universe. One of the biggest confusions within our self-aware monkey brain is correlation and causation. For example, say something happened a long, long time ago. But nobody remembers it, since it was so long ago. And everything that happens TODAY is an "effect" for that thing long, long ago. This is one of the reasons we confuse causation for correlation. If event A causes events B, C, D, and E, then B, C, D, and E will all be correlated. But if you don't remember or know about A, then trying prove anything OTHER than correlation between B, C, D, and E will be futile. Even WORSE is everybody will have their own pet theories of HOW B, C, D, and E are related. But since nobody remembers A, they'll all be CLOSE but not entirely correct. Close enough so they think their idea is the RIGHT one. But not able to prove anything, so everybody else can have a REASON to disagree. This is, essentially, the modern dating market. What do girls like? Guys with money, right? Nope. Otherwise ex-con bad boys would never be able to get laid. They like pretty boy Chad types, right? Nope, plenty of evidence of ugly ass dudes getting plenty of action. They like famous people like rock stars and movie stars, right? Nope those dudes get raked over the coals during divorce just like everybody else. All these ideas of what women "like" are like the B, C, D, and E. They are all RESULTS of "A," which is what they REALLY want. B, C, D, and E USED TO BE signs of A. But that was long ago. Now, you may have B, C, D, and E but NOT A. B, C, D and E are all outward expressions. Money, fame, looks, gorgeous face and six packs. A is very INTERNAL. A subconscious view of yourself and the world. And it comes out through how you speak, walk and act. It is IMPOSSIBLE to fake. So when YOU build it, you WILL dominate. Over EVERYBODY. Get Started: https://mindpersuasion.com/social-dominance/
  14. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov24Post.mp4 I love horror movies. Good horror movies are hard to find. But the ones that ARE good, are really good. Believable character arcs. A careful calibration of deep and ancient human fears. Especially ones that have a really SICK reveal at the end. Who the villain is, etc. One such movie is "Orphan." Good build up, horrific ending. Starts out pretty predictable. Couple is thinking about adopting. They adopt a kid that SEEMS normal, but then everything falls apart. I remember one scene in particular. One that made me shrink in my seat. The family had a son, and right off the bat, the adopted daughter and the blood son were in conflict. The son had a tree house. He was starting to suspect she was EVIL. So he was hiding behind a rock, watching her walk to his tree house. She was getting ready to light it on fire or something. The audience was seeing things from the little kid's point of view. He hiding behind the rock, her walking perpendicularly toward the tree house. About twenty yarsd away. Then she STOPPED, and at the same time STARED right at the kid. And the audience. This is very, very ancient fear. Of watching some predator HOPING they don't notice you. If the predator stops DEAD in it's tracks, and STARES right at you, it's all over. If you run, they'll chase you and eat you. If you stay where you are, they'll closely walk closely to you and eat you. There's even one REAL photo of guy JUST BEFORE he got eaten by a tiger. Horrific. Dude fell into the tiger cage. He was crouching down, head bowed, his over his face. Tiger was starting DIRECTLY at him. Tiger's head was about a foot higher than the poor guy. That would be a HORRIBLE way to die. The WORST imaginable. Eye contact, especially from a stranger, kicks of that same, flight or fight response. If you are checking out a pretty lady and she glances at you WITHOUT smiling, you feel like you've committed a felony. But at the same time, eye contact is the most FANTASTIC thing you can ever experience. You meet a pretty lady. You have some nice sex. You're laying in bed together, looking at each other's reflections in each other's eyes. Your brain is shut OFF, and you are in LOVE MODE. At least temporarily. Now, here's the question. Suppose you could CREATE that kind of eye contact with strangers? To send them a signal of mutual self acceptance and appreciation? What would THAT do for your confidence? Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/seductive-eye-contact/
  15. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov23Post.mp4 My very first experience with legal, commercialized gambling was as an observer. Way back in college, my buddy knew this guy that was a big time gambler. We drove a couple hours to watch him play. All I knew were the characters on TV. This guy was nothing like that. Since then, I've been to a lot of casinos. And most gamblers are, more or less, like the dudes on TV. But this guy was different. My buddy and I followed him around the casino. Finally he stopped at a table. A card game. He stood watching for a while. Finally he plopped down a huge bet. He won, took his winnings and with a big smile on his face, said, "That's it, we're done." We found some late night Thai restaurant and ate quite a lot. There's that famous joke about the plumber. The dude who shows up at a guys house, go fix his flooded basement. He spends an hour or so looking around. Finally he tightens on part. Then he charges the homeowner $500. The homeowner is angry, since he only made one small adjustment. The plumber explains it's not the adjustment, it's knowing WHERE to make the adjustment. There are plenty of examples of this. Of people studying a situation, and then jumping in, doing something very small, and seemingly insignificant to observers. But that seemingly insignificant input creates MASSIVE output. The one straw that breaks the camels back. The one snowflake that causes the avalanche. Malcolm Gladwell wrote an entire book about this, called "The Tipping Point." This is also the idea behind the famous "butterfly effect," which is an aspect of Chaos Theory. A butterfly flaps his wings in Brazil, and two weeks later there is a hurricane in Texas. This is describing the "chaos" embedded in the math of weather. A system that has only a few variables, (wind, humidity, temperature, etc.) but is IMPOSSIBLE to predict more than a day or two out. Because of chaos theory. So, how is it possible as humans to jump into a system, and after careful observation, make MASSIVE changes with very little effort? First, get OUT of your head. If you force everything through your conscious mind, you will miss TONS of critical information. We evolved to use mostly INTUITION to understand what and how to do things. We have genetically programmed intuition, which allows us to do things like read a room, read between the lines, or as the Japanese say, "Read the air." To know people's feelings BEYOND what is obvious. This is possible because our mind-body systems, YOUR mind body system, are emotional tuning forks. We send, and are capable of picking up MASSIVE amounts of data. Take your time using your intuition to read a room, and know WHO to approach. Know exactly WHAT to say, and how to say it. And the results will be astounding. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/telepathic-enhancer/
  16. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov23Post.mp4 My very first experience with legal, commercialized gambling was as an observer. Way back in college, my buddy knew this guy that was a big time gambler. We drove a couple hours to watch him play. All I knew were the characters on TV. This guy was nothing like that. Since then, I've been to a lot of casinos. And most gamblers are, more or less, like the dudes on TV. But this guy was different. My buddy and I followed him around the casino. Finally he stopped at a table. A card game. He stood watching for a while. Finally he plopped down a huge bet. He won, took his winnings and with a big smile on his face, said, "That's it, we're done." We found some late night Thai restaurant and ate quite a lot. There's that famous joke about the plumber. The dude who shows up at a guys house, go fix his flooded basement. He spends an hour or so looking around. Finally he tightens on part. Then he charges the homeowner $500. The homeowner is angry, since he only made one small adjustment. The plumber explains it's not the adjustment, it's knowing WHERE to make the adjustment. There are plenty of examples of this. Of people studying a situation, and then jumping in, doing something very small, and seemingly insignificant to observers. But that seemingly insignificant input creates MASSIVE output. The one straw that breaks the camels back. The one snowflake that causes the avalanche. Malcolm Gladwell wrote an entire book about this, called "The Tipping Point." This is also the idea behind the famous "butterfly effect," which is an aspect of Chaos Theory. A butterfly flaps his wings in Brazil, and two weeks later there is a hurricane in Texas. This is describing the "chaos" embedded in the math of weather. A system that has only a few variables, (wind, humidity, temperature, etc.) but is IMPOSSIBLE to predict more than a day or two out. Because of chaos theory. So, how is it possible as humans to jump into a system, and after careful observation, make MASSIVE changes with very little effort? First, get OUT of your head. If you force everything through your conscious mind, you will miss TONS of critical information. We evolved to use mostly INTUITION to understand what and how to do things. We have genetically programmed intuition, which allows us to do things like read a room, read between the lines, or as the Japanese say, "Read the air." To know people's feelings BEYOND what is obvious. This is possible because our mind-body systems, YOUR mind body system, are emotional tuning forks. We send, and are capable of picking up MASSIVE amounts of data. Take your time using your intuition to read a room, and know WHO to approach. Know exactly WHAT to say, and how to say it. And the results will be astounding. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/telepathic-enhancer/
  17. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov21Post.mp4 Jigsaw puzzles are fun. When I was a kid, way back in the day, they were fun. They are fun today. Go to any hobby type shop and you'll find tons of jigsaw puzzles. They say humans like puzzles in general. It feels good when we solve them. It feels good when we find two missing pieces that are supposed to be together. This ancient instinct, of solving puzzles, helped us to find food when it wasn't obvious. Stick a bunch of atoms in a container, add a little bit of heat and they'll start hooking up. (Unless they are those snobby noble gasses that are too good for that sort of thing.) Put a bunch of random kids in a room, and they'll start forming friendships. An old school copywriter, one of the original gurus back when Madison Avenue and the real life Don Draper types were taking over the world, shared his secret of copywriting: To "enter the conversation already going on in their mind." Or if you want to sell people coats, don't walk up and start talking about coats. Walk up, talk about whatever they are talking about, and then slowly slide the conversation toward coats. In modern, "NLP" language this is pacing and leading. Pace their body language, lead their body language. Pace the ideas in their mind, lead the ideas in their mind. For a sales page, it's the same thing. Pace whatever problem they are having, and then slowly slide down the slippery slope to the solution. Even on such a confrontational place like a car lot, the same strategy applies. Walk over and PACE whatever is happening. Talk about whatever THEY are doing or thinking. Then slowly lead them to make a purchase. The same goes in social situations. This is when people forget this ancient and obvious wisdom. To pace and then lead. To enter the conversation already going on in their mind. Imagine you're on a car lot. Maybe thinking of buying a car, maybe not. Some goof comes out of nowhere, doesn't even introduce himself, and lets loose with a ten minute pitch about the car you are looking at. Will that give you warm and fuzzy feelings, make you desperate to buy? No, it will not. But this is the SAME strategy people use when creating friends and lovers. They go over, and let loose with a string of ideas of WHY the other person should hop into their bed. Instead, consider the old school advice. Of entering the conversation already in their minds. Pacing their body language. Making some very, very accurate "guesses" about what they are thinking about Once you pace them on this level, you can lead them ANYWHERE. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/telepathic-enhancer/
  18. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov08Post.mp4 One of the curious things about us humans is our self awareness. The concept is incredibly simple, but it's also extremely baffling. Neurologists and other scientists really have no idea what it is. We sort of know how to describe it, and we know when it's gone (when we're sleeping or passed out). But exactly HOW it works is a mystery. All we know is we are aware of our own thinking process. But this can make us think we have much more power than we really do. Being aware of something doesn't mean you can control that same thing. You can walk through a forest, and be aware of all the trees. But that awareness doesn't give you the power to rip the trees out of the ground with your mind power and make them float around. It's possible that our self-awareness is the same. This is hard to accept, as our ego thinks doing so will KILL us. Way back in the day, a strong ego was closely associated with survival. Every since humans invented fire, and used it as a strategic hunting tool, life has been an "idea contest." Whoever could demonstrate that their idea was the best, would get the most food, the most social recognition and the most sex. This is still true and VERY helpful today in many places. A bunch of scientists arguing over who has the best theory will generally produce the best theory. A bunch of engineers arguing over the best design will generally produce the best design. But this idea falls apart when we are in one on one situations. Idea contests work PERFECTLY when all the competing brains are operating under the same frame. Trying to create the BEST outcome. The best strategy, the best design, the best way to attack the castle. But when two STRANGERS are talking, this idea contest is the WORST strategy. Because the two strangers have to DIFFERENT frames. This is why sales conversations FEEL very confrontational. It's a frame battle. A battle of wills. And it's also why successful sales people are stereotypically EXTREMELY charismatic and strong framed. And this CAN work, in both sales and seduction, but only if you HAVE a massively strong frame and extreme levels of charisma. But you don't need those things. In fact, just that strategy puts you at a disadvantage. Instead, consider a different strategy. One that is very non-intuitive, but paradoxically VERY effective. It means shutting down COMPLETELY the ideas in your brain. This is just like NOT stuffing your face with chili cheese fries. Of telling your ancient instincts to TEMPORARILY take a hike. So, what do you focus on instead of the ideas in YOUR brain? The ideas in their brain. Not just any random idea. The best ones. The most hypnotic ones. The ones that create the most emotional PLEASURE. Because when you do that, they'll AUTOMATICALLY associate those pleasurable feelings with YOU. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotic-communication/
  19. 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 story listening mind. Old guys tell stories to the kids. Stories about heroes who do great things, kill huge monsters and get the great rewards. These stories have powered humans since the dawn of time. Kids lay next to the smoldering fire and dream of growing up to be the hero. Those ancient humans that were the hungriest did better than those who were less hungry. Those ancient humans that were the horniest, and could ONLY get laid after demonstrating productivity (killing monsters) did much better than those without that ceaseless sex drive. Those that were motivated the most by those stories did better than those who weren't. Feeding our dreaming mind is just as critical to our survival as feeding our guts. Today, however, most everything is a trainwreck. It's HARD to dream when everything comes easy. At least enough food to not die. And sex if you're willing to lower your standards and wear some thick beer goggles. But that dreaming instinct still lives there. Otherwise, movies, books, fiction, video games wouldn't exist. All those serve the same purpose. To allow us to imagine we are much better than we are. To allow us to believe we are much more capable than we've been. But here's the thing. It's very, very easy to elicit that same dreaming mind conversationally. The hardest part is keeping your yap shut. Keep your yap shut and NOT try and impress them with the ideas in your head. And allow yourself to BE IMPRESSED by the ideas in their head. Particularly their fantasies and dreams. When we are openly wondering about a potential future this is VERY hypnotic. Similar to movie hypnosis. Sure, if you can talk a good game, you can create the same effect. But that's very difficult. It takes a lot of practice. But when you use the ideas that already EXIST? And you build them as BIG and BRIGHT and COMPELLING as possible? Their wonderful hypnotic future fantasies will be subconsciously connected to YOU. Particularly your voice and your presence. Give ANYBODY this gift, and they will NEVER forget you. Ever. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/hypnotic-communication/
  20. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct29Post.mp4 One of the reasons we love fiction so much is it's much more entertaining that regular life. From a purely instinctive standpoint, ancient stories and archetypes served to give us something to live up to. This same idea showed in Dale Carnegie's books and trainings. If you want to motivate somebody to do something, give them a positive idea or image to live up to. Imagine little cave kids sitting around a fire. They're listening to the old storyteller tell another story about hero's and monsters. They hero kills the monster, is loved by his people, and gets the gorgeous young princess. All the little kids hear that and think that same thing: "That's what I want to be when I grow up." But that idea, of watching a hero in a story, and wanting very much to BE like hero, requires an environment that both allows it and requires it. For ancient humans, the requirements were simple. If you don't kill, you don't eat. But there was also the very positive motivation. Whoever was the BEST killer, would get the BEST of everything. Respect, admiration and plenty of sex. This two-sided feedback loop is required. Pain if you don't try to emulate the hero. If you don't at least TRY to become the best hunter, you won't get squat. The positive side of the feedback loop is also required. The better you do, the more rewards you get. This is why modern movies don't motivate us NEARLY as much as they used to, way back in the day. Very few kids watch Iron Man and think: When I grow up, I'm going to be a billionaire genius and invent all kinds of cool things. But even then, the same drive is there. "When I grow up, I want to do great things." This deep drive exists in everybody. So we'll always have this meta structure built into movie heroes. But since we have conscious brains, and can point our decisions in deliberate directions, there is another trait we can emulate. One that is almost ONLY found in movies. But this trait is INSANELY compelling real life. One because it is instinctively compelling. Two because it is so RARE in real life. And since trait is VERY compelling in the movies, if you CAN emulate this in real life, you will be a kind of social hero. The super charismatic guy or gal EVERYBODY wants around. What is this trait, specifically? The ability to speak articulately and passionately about ANY story or topic. It turns out WHAT you are talking about isn't nearly as important as HOW you talk about it. Specifically when you're talking about intangible ideas and stories. Ideas and stories that EVERYBODY has in their brains but few can describe. So when YOU show up, and YOU describe these with energy, articulation and charisma, they'll be mesmerized. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/creativity-accelerator/
  21. 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. Some movies are so carefully written, based ONLY on the things that happened in the movie, it could go either way. Inception was like that. In the end, was he finally awake, or was he still dreaming? This is also a very common metaphor you'll find. Are we awake, or are we dreaming? One the coolest things about science is you get these same basic structures happening over and over. Atoms bounce around and form molecules. Why do they form molecules? It's easier, from a purely energy standpoint, to exists as a molecule rather than two single atoms. And going all the way up from this very simple structure, you can find your way into human nature. Atoms become molecules. Inorganic molecules become organic molecules. Organic molecules become life. Life replicates and makes more life. Then a bunch of stuff happens (stuff science might never understand) and you get humans. But humans continue this. We bounce around and create relationships. Stick a bunch of strangers together in kindergarten and we'll form friendships. Stick a bunch of strangers together who've all past puberty, take your eyes off them for a second, and they'll start banging each other. Well, not literally, but once kids pass puberty there is a WHOLE different dynamic. A whole new level of energy. Give them enough time, and MORE PEOPLE will pop into existence. This, of course, has been going on since the dawn of time. Nobody had to teach anybody how to do this. If you took a bunch of random people from around the world, and put them on an island with enough supplies, you'd eventually get more people. Even if they specifically chose one person each from each language. Humans hang out, make friends, fall in love, and make more people. Just as repeatedly as atoms will form molecules. Nobody needs to learn how to do this. But many of us need to REMEMBER how. Get rid of false expectations, drop some false fears, and get in the game. (Just be sure to bring a couple condoms... just in case...) Get Started: https://mindpersuasion.com/personal-magnetism/
  22. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct21Post.mp4 It's very compelling to take a sideline approach. To take a break, study the game, and get ready to get back in. But it's easy to "stay" on the sidelines. Much longer than we need to. There's an interesting parallel between reading self help books and reading fiction. When we read fiction, a really good story, it "pulls us in." A good story has relatable characters. A compelling story arc. Both resonate with our ancient instincts. Stories are just as necessary as food or sex or social validation. Anything that's been part of any culture during any time can be thought of as an instinct. But self help books also trigger the "story instinct." If you read a story, we imagine is us along with the heroes. We can imagine ourselves helping the hero, or BEING the hero, as we slay the dragon. This is why stories are part of our necessary brain food. Life has always been difficult. So the stories can help us to get it done. But they can start to feel like a replacement for the real thing. Imagine you're in the game. Any kind of social situation, where you need to "get it done." A desirable but not easy outcome. It's perfectly legitimate to spend time ON the field. Then some time OFF the field. This is how ancient humans lived. How our instincts were calibrated. By day, we hunted, we tried to kill the big animals. At night, we listened to stories about great heroes who demolished great enemies. When we were resting our bodies, we were filling our brains. Today however, it's easy to STAY on the sidelines. There's a very dangerous transition that happens. Stories are meant to HELP US get out there and get it done. But it's very, very easy to use stories to deceive ourselves. Why it's not our fault we CAN'T get it done. This is when we stay on the sidelines for WAY too long. Trying to overanalyze every single behavior for all those people who are in the game. This is very, very easy, and very, very common in modern dating and relationships. Everybody can easily find TONS of excuses, stories, carefully calibrated academic theories WHY the game sucks. Why the game is "rigged" or "unfair" or "corrupt." But this doesn't change the reality. That beyond all our opinions and ideas and reasons and excuses, there are ONLY two places to be. In the game, and on the sidelines. Both need to be in balance. Game, sidelines, game, sidelines, etc. Get back into this ancient resonance and play. Get Started: https://mindpersuasion.com/personal-magnetism/
  23. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct12Post.mp4 Feedback loops are critical. Not just for humans, for all living things. Even species require the necessary constraints of nature's feedback loop. For example, consider a human technique for self improvement. You have an objective in mind. Something simple, like playing a simple song on the piano. You look at the notes as your guide. You take your understanding of the notes, through your eyes, into your brain, and try to make your fingers move. If they move at the right rhythm and hit the right keys at the right order, you will get a pleasing sound. A positive emotional feeling. On the other hand, if you don't match the rhythm or the keys, you will get a haphazard order of notes. A negative emotional feeling. Successful action creates positive emotional feelings. Unsuccessful actions creates negative emotional feelings. If you practice long enough, this natural feedback loop will create better and better feelings. Driven by more accurate playing. Humans like positive feelings, and we like to avoid negative feelings. The more you practice, the more you move away from negative feelings, and more toward positive feelings. Now think about any typical animal. But not over the course of any one animals day or even life, but the entire species. The animal exists, that's the "guide" kind of like the notes. Every generation, there will be "mistakes." Some will be good mistakes, and will work better. Easier food, easier sex, better "feelings." Some will be bad mistakes, and will not work so good. Harder to get food, harder to have sex, more negative "feelings." The natural environment provides the feedback loop. The generational random mistakes, and genetic drifts, are trying random things within that constrained environment. This feedback loop can be found everywhere. It's BEST when it's harsh. Humans living under a "don't kill don't eat" are FORCED to compete. Successful humans reproduced. Unsuccessful ones didn't. Over time, we kept getting better and better. What does all of this mean? If you want to get better, you NEED a feedback loop. Normally this easy. It's called practice. Now, practice is pretty boring, and if you're just starting out, it can be frustrating. It's very easy to come up with excuses. But if you DON'T practice, you won't get better. Ever. Even studying is practice. You are practicing remember harder and more complex information. But there is ONE basic skill that will help you in pretty much EVERY situation you might find yourself in. Whenever you need to talk to another human, and get any kind of outcome. Discounts, better seats, special deals, upgrades, etc. Job interviews, getting raises, convincing your boss to give you the good assignments and the crappy ones to the other guy. This seems to be too wide of range of skills to find ONE feedback loop. Paradoxically, there is ONE powerful way to practice overall conversational strength, general persuasion, and frame domination. And it's hiding right out in the open. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/nice-guy-killer/
  24. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct10Post.mp4 Self deception is one of our most powerful traits. This was very necessary back in the old days. If humans were like Vulcans, who only were based on pure logic, we would have died out a long, long time ago. Imagine a group of ancient "logical" hunters finding some wooly mammoth tracks. They followed them, and found some wooly mammoth poop. Then they'd calculate how far ahead of them the wooly mammoth was based on how dry the poop was. If they were purely logical, they would have had a certain cutoff. Maybe if the probability was less than 20% they'd catch him, they'd give up and find something easier. But suppose they were competing with another tribe of non-Vulcans in that same area. And that non-Vulcan tribe found the same type of scenario. They'd see the wooly mammoth poop and IMMEDIATELY get excited. We're gonna be rich! Even if they only had a 20% chance of getting that wooly mammoth, that "bias" of being way overconfident would give them an edge over time. The opposite would also be true. If the Vulcans thought they would die, due to some unexpected calamity, they wouldn't try hard to survive. But the humans would keep trying, due to their biases. Today, these biases can mess us up big time. Most of our instincts get in the way of success, while in the past they helped us to succeed. A lot of guys have trouble with women today. Attracting them, "keeping" them, having regular relationships with them. The modern dating scene is pretty much an irreversible trainwreck. There are plenty of reasons for both teams to take their ball and go home. But this is missing out a HUGE amount of opportunity. For a guy, there are many, many benefits from interacting with women, EVEN IF you never, ever want to be in a relationship. Even if you NEVER want to have sex. How the heck is this possible? For one thing, being able to create attraction in a women through simple conversations requires a LOT of underlying skills. Confidence, congruence, a strong frame, conversational skills. These SAME underlying skills will help you in plenty of other ways. All else equal, having "attraction creation" skills will help you make more money. All else equal, having "attraction creation" skills will help you make more and better friends. They'll help you start up conversations with strangers, be more successful within any potential networking opportunities, and in many ways you can't even imagine. So even if you're utterly disgusted with the dating scene, if you NEVER want a relationship, simple conversations with attractive women are a FANTASTIC measuring tool. Even better, if you chat up a lady, create some attraction, and then SPLIT without even asking for a number, she'll be wondering WHY. And walking away from a women you JUST created attraction in, while SHE wishes you'd come back will do WONDERS for your confidence. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/nice-guy-killer/
  25. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct03Post.mp4 If you want to get a girl to like you, you've got to spark her ancient interest. Logic won't do the job. Attraction between humans works pretty much like attraction between humans and food. I know, silly metaphor, but go with me on this. You're hungry, and glancing over at the various things at the buffet. Fries, chicken wings, potatoes, maybe some baked lasagna. Your brain is not going over a bunch of logical proofs to help you decide what to get. You are looking and see which food makes you FEEL the best when you imagine eating it. Of course, you've got to pace yourself. And depending on who you are with and where you are, you'll make different choices. If this is a job interview over lunch, and it was your potential boss' choice, you'll make some very conservative decisions. On the other hand, if it's Friday night, you're hammered and with your buddies, you'll make some different decisions. But the ONE factor that is true in ANY case is your decisions is largely based on TASTE. Pure, irrational, ancient human TASTE. When you're with your boss, you'll choose something that TASTES good, won't fill you up, and won't have a high probability of not getting all over your short. With your buddies on Friday night, it will be ONLY about TASTE. So, back to the ladies. With food, and with dudes looking at ladies, the decision is easy. Men are pretty simple in this regard. We choose what LOOKS good. But women have a tougher time. They have to choose based on PERSONALITY. Strength of character. Strength of FRAME. Any ancient women who ONLY chose based on looks didn't last long. Natural selection, mother nature is VERY harsh and unforgiving. So the strongest instinctive attraction in the ladies, for the men, is based on personality traits. Self confidence. Thinking skills. Creativity. Social skills. Conversation skills. All these are BRAIN BASED. Don't get me wrong, if you show her how to do solve partial differential equations, she'll run in the opposite direction. The kind of "intelligence" she, or rather her instincts, are looking for are NOT obvious. That's why the ladies always test men. The more tests you pass, the more attractive you are. Passing tests requires are certain type of intelligence that can ONLY be shown through an organically evolving conversation. NOT the kind of intelligence you use to MEMORIZE a bunch things for a test. Luckily, the GOOD kind of intelligence is something you can practice. To increase your conversational fluency. To increase your frame strength and flexibility. To increase your creative thinking. To increase your ability to quickly and attractively overcome every test she tosses your way. What happens next is up to you. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/mental-strength/
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