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  1. Subconscious Language: https://mindpersuasion.com/subconscious-language/ https://mindpersuasion.com/live-training/
  2. How To Improve Intuition: https://mindpersuasion.com/benefits-of-delayed-gratification/ https://soundcloud.com/mindpersuasion/how-to-improve-your-intuition https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/July20Loop.mp4
  3. I had a boss a while ago that wasn't very computer literate. Not only that, but she had her own PC, and the PC the rest of us in the office had to use. She would always put new programs on the group PC. When we would complain, she would always act like our complaints were unfounded. "But it just runs in the background," she would say. As if not seeing a program running means you wouldn't be influenced by it. Since she didn't use that particular computer, she didn't experience how utterly slow all these other programs made it. We'd be trying to do our work, and all these other programs that were "running in the background," would be making things impossible. It's common to notice your PC is running slow, so you open up the task manager. If you see some weird looking software name that's using 90% of your system resources, it's common to look up the name. And if you find out it's safe to turn off, you can turn it off. Once you turn it off, your computer is fast and usable again. Sometimes these programs are part of the OS. They are built so you CAN'T turn them off. You just have to wait until they are finished running. Our brains work very much like a PC operating system. We have stuff running in the foreground, our conscious brain. And the stuff running in the background, our subconscious brain. Sometimes the stuff running in the background slows us up considerably. For example, if you are doing a mentally intensive task, like studying calculus for an exam, but you're worried about something, it's IMPOSSIBLE to concentrate. On the other hand, if your brain is free from worry, it's a lot easier and a lot more effective to study. Sometimes we give each other advice, that SOUNDS good, but it's also kind of useless. Like we'll be trying to do something, but we can't. We can't because something is bothering us. Like one of these background programs hogging up our resources. A friend will notice and ask what's up. "I can't stop thinking about X," we say. "Dude," they reply, "It's useless to worry about something you can't control," they advise us. "Just let it go," they proclaim. Easy in theory, impossible in practice. How, EXACTLY do we "let something go?" If if were that easy, it wouldn't be bothering us in the first place. Are they REALLY expecting us to say: "Oh, just let it go! Why didn't I think of that!" Unfortunately, getting rid of background programs isn't as obvious as hitting Control+Alt+Delete and just hitting "end program." But there IS a way. And once you learn how, you will gain back TONS of mental processing power. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/eq/
  4. If you can talk a good game, you can go pretty far. Stand up comics make tons of money by telling stories. If you learn the basic structure of humor, and learn how to tell a string of essentially basic stories, you can make a lot money. Of course, learning how to do this takes a lot time. Most people simply cannot speak very articulately. Even the "man on the street" TV interviews are rehearsed. People often misunderstand to be some kind of "fake news conspiracy." But in reality, the reporters ask the guy or gal some questions, and they practice answering those questions over and over. Until they can say a fairly articulate and well thought out answer. A pretty simple rule of thumb is that ANYTHING you see, either on TV, or YouTube, is either practiced, or edited. Even those goofy videos where they do pick up examples, magic tricks, or just simple questions to show how "dumb" people are, are heavily edited. They may interact with 20-30 people in a day and then show the 4-5 that look the BEST. The bottom line is if you walk up to ANYBODY, and expect them to be able to speak cleverly or articulately, you will be disappointed. This is why walking up and trying to IMPRESS somebody often backfires. You walk up, say something clever and witty (and rehearsed). And they feel very much on the spot. And if they can't respond in kind, it won't be very enjoyable for them. On the other hand, if instead of trying to impress people with your awesome wit and cleverness, instead make it as EASY as possible on them. Ask simple questions that are EASY to answer. The first few should ONLY serve to CREATE an interaction. Once rapport is established, then start to ask questions about them. Forget about talking about how awesome you are. Instead, ask them questions that simply by answering will make them feel good about themselves. No need to talk about yourself at all. Which means ANYBODY can do this. Bling, looks, game, charisma, none of that will matter. And if you READ their answers, they'll subconsciously tell you EXACTLY the follow up questions you should ask. So you can keep asking them questions they will ENJOY answering. Soon they'll be subconsciously associating all those good feelings with you. Which will make them VERY interested in you. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/deep-mind-persuasion/
  5. One commonly known "truism" is that you cannot not communicate. This means no matter what you are doing, you are "communicating." Often this happens whether you know it or not. How you sit, for example, gives off certain information. Even just relaxing and listening to music, we are communicating a great deal. If you are relaxed, comfortable, and open, that will reflect in your body language. If you are worried, anxious and closed off, that will reflect in your body language. All it takes is one quick glance for EVERYBODY to notice this. Most will notice unconsciously. So most of this communication that we cannot not do is done FROM our unconscious TO the unconscious of others. When we use actual words, we are up on the surface level of conscious to conscious communication. But even then, it's not always clear what we mean. We even say stuff, and other people ask what we mean, and we don't know. A lot of our communication comes out of our mouths before we really even have an idea of what we want to say. If you've ever gotten into a fight with a close friend and said something harsh in the moment, it's hard to undo. Why did you say that? We really don't know. The truth is that there is a HUGE gray area between unconscious and conscious. A common metaphor is that our unconscious is like a powerful ship. And our conscious mind is like the captain. But this is WAY oversimplified. It is very, very rare where we have a thought, carefully plan and rehearse how we intend to transform that thought into words and then make it reality. Even if you ever have to give a speech, you might not remember much of giving it. It's very rare that we are WHOLLY consciously aware of what we are doing. The BEST conversations we have when we are IN the moment. When we DON'T plan what we say. In fact, the more you THINK of specific things to say in situations like that, the more we tend to mess up. Most everything we do is like that. A blend of subconscious and conscious. And not real clear area of where one ends, and one begins. Sure, some things are purely conscious. But these are things that require a very high level of skill. And YEARS of practice. Anything else is a mix. No matter what you are doing then, you'll be on the border. Your skills, your conscious, your unconscious, and the outcome. The more you try and FORCE a specific outcome, the harder it will be. The more you relax and let it happen, the easier it will be. And the more freedom you give yourself to mess up and try again, the quicker you'll improve. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/self-help-fail/
  6. https://mindpersuasion.com/hidden-treasure-beneath-the-surface/
  7. Chaos theory is a pretty interesting concept. It states that despite living in a deterministic universe, we can’t predict things very far into the future. This has nothing to do with the accuracy of the measuring equipment, nor does it have anything to do with Quantum Physics. They figured this out when they started looking at computerized weather modeling. Even though weather has only a few variables, it’s impossible to predict. They took a starting point, and let it run a few weeks in computer time. They end point was a certain weather system. Then they took that SAME starting point, and altered it as slightly as they could, and let it run for the same few weeks. The results were COMPLETELY different. It turns out the longer out you need to predict, the more accurately you need to measure the staring conditions. The problem is when you compare the two. If you want to increase the time, by say twice as long (from two weeks to four weeks) you need to make the measurement TEN TIMES as accurate. If you want to go out eight weeks, you need to increase the accuracy of measuring the starting conditions by 100 times. This is why they will NEVER be able to predict weather more than a few days out. No matter how much technology they invent, they’ll never be able to do it. This is how they get the idea of the Butterfly Effect. Small changes can lead to HUGE results. A butterfly flaps his wings in Brazil, and causes a hurricane in Texas two weeks later. When most people show up to a social situation, they hope for the best. Most people have a very vague idea of what they want. But the problem is that everybody is ALWAYS communication. No matter WHO you are, you are always sending and receiving TONS of non-verbal signals. This means you are impacting their frames, and their frames are impacting your frames. And since most people have VERY WEAK frames, you end up with a Junior High School dance phenomenon. Girls on one side, boys on the other. Both looking and wishing they could communicate. Of course, in modern places, it’s not so simple. It’s actually MUCH WORSE. Every person and their own crew is like an island among many islands. All wanting to communicate, but all being afraid to get it going. And when you consider the chaos theory as it applies to inter-frame communication, it makes sense. But it’s also VERY EASY to dominate. Because if one person has frame strength that is significantly stronger than everybody else’s, everybody will know it. And everybody will know that everybody knows it. And everybody will soon being competing with everybody to be part of that frame strength. And if YOU happen to the be THE ONE with that frame strength, then you’ve got it made. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/pre-framing/
  8. Human language is a paradox. Not the thing itself, but how we think about it. If you wanted to walk across the bar and talk to somebody, you would worry considerably about what, specifically, to say. You might want to have a emotionally difficult discussion with a loved one but can't find the words. When you're having a conversation and both parties suddenly go quiet, this can become very uncomfortable. Both people want to say something, but both people can't think of anything, and the more this goes on, the worse it gets. We humans put a HUGE amount of emphasis on the words we say. At the same time, spoken language has only been around for a brief blip in our history. We lived together as "pre-humans" LONG before we invented language. Even academic studies show that words make up LESS than 10% of all communication. If words are only a recent invention, and words don't make up that much communication anyway, WHY do they seem so important? As far as communication goes, the words are the tip of the iceberg. Consider that words are an EFFECT of our inner state. That if we are calm, and relaxed, OUR inner state will resonate with THEIR inner state. And the words don't matter that much. Whatever YOU say and whatever THEY say is pretty much irrelevant. It's the deeper energy that's so important. Think about a few times you were hanging out with close friends. Does it really matter WHAT you talked about? So what happens during those uncomfortable silences? Consider they are RESULT of both of you having nervous energy. If you plan a lot of things to say, that can COVER UP that nervous energy. But once you run out, all is left is the energy. Have you ever been around somebody when NOBODY needed to talk? And it felt perfectly fine? THAT is what happens when your underlying energy is stable. Congruent. Centered. Can you reproduce that state? Yes, actually, you can. But understanding what it is, and how to practice it. And like anything else, the more you practice, the better you get. Once you can turn on that POWERFUL deeper energy AT WILL, it will have a positive impact on everybody around you. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/presence/
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