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  1. Secret People Training Skills: https://mindpersuasion.com/secret-people-training-skills/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jan17_Post.mp4 One of the earliest "tricks" from NLP is the swish pattern. Unfortunately, like many other NLP ideas, this was treated as a once and done trick. Mainly because of how it was taught and learned in seminars. NLP seminars are like many other guru type seminars. The seminar experience is kind of an "alternate reality." Everybody is excited about all the cool tricks. And how much better their future will be. And when they try the exercise, they kind of "pretend" they work. Especially if the NLP seminar is expensive and in some exotic location, or even a nice hotel, like many are. It would feel TERRIBLE to admit you've wasted your money. So everybody kind of "pretends" that the techniques work FANTASTICALLY. So, when people do the "swish" pattern, inside the seminar, it's easy to believe it's a once and done trick. The swish pattern does work, but it takes time. You basically take some "trigger" that comes at you unexpectedly from the world. And before the swish pattern, that trigger causes an automatic and unwanted emotional response. This unwanted response is kind of like a little kid touching a hot stove. This creates an automatic "cause-effect" link in the kids mind. So they see the stove, they AUTOMATICALLY feel afraid. This is naturally overridden over time. Slowly but surely, as they grow up, they override that "hot stove = danger" with different responses. Hot stove = grilled cheese Hot stove = happy pancake party Hot stove = cooking dinner and hoping I get laid So yes, it IS possible to RE-WIRE any negative trigger-responses in your brain. But since you are essentially re-wiring a fear response, it takes plenty of time. Metaphorically, when the brain sees any kind of danger, or potential danger, any thing associated with that danger is laid down with THICK brain wiring. Those that didn't have this automatic fear-thick-wire response didn't survive. So in order to override that thick wire with pleasure, it takes time. What kind of pleasure? In the hot stove example, the fear of pain was slowly overridden with the pleasure of eating. But an even BETTER pleasure is SEX. Especially if you use the SAME trigger. Most of us have an automatic sex response like this. We see a hot guy or girl. We feel horny. That horniness makes us imagine talking to them and hopefully getting some. That causes fear and anxiety. That fear and anxiety drives UNATTRACTIVE body language. This is likely the most famous VICIOUS cycle of modern humans. The trick is to BREAK this cycle using the SAME sex urge. To stop that chain of events that leads with unattractive body language. And build in a DIFFERENT chain of events. To generate very, very attractive body language. So instead of FEELING nervous when you see a pretty lady. You'll AUTOMATICALLY feel insanely confident. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/sexual-charisma/
  3. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov16Post.mp4 Plenty of animals can be trained. Even wild animals. This is something most would disagree with. But the word "trained" is often thought to be associated with the idea of being "trained to do what we want." For example, I've seen plenty of "trained" deer in the wild. No, they didn't do tricks or sit. But they were "trained." Only nobody "trained" them. They "learned." What did they learn? That humans are a source of FREE FOOD. My buddies and I had spent a day hiking. We got to our campsite, a big flat meadow. About an hour after setting up camp, the deer slowly showed up. They were just standing around, literally, staring at us. They'd been fed enough by people, they "learned" that if you show up next to a human, you'd get free food. On the other hand, I've seen plenty of deer way up in the Sierras, where few people go. So not nearly enough people feed the deer to "train them." When you see a deer up there, you freeze. One quick move and they'll bolt. Now, you couldn't really train an animal enough to make it a pet. But most animals DO have "learning capability." They do something, get a good result, and they remember that. Sort of. It takes a few iterations before they make the connection, but it happens plenty often enough. Humans are a bit different. We have language and memories. Sure, we can also be subconsciously "trained." Most of the time we call this "picking up bad habits." But our self awareness allows us to CHOOSE what habits or skills we can learn. This may be the reason we developed self awareness to go along with our language and memory. We can learn from other people, even if we don't see what they did. They do something, show us the results and tell us HOW they got those results. Those words go into our brains. We now know HOW to "teach ourselves" how to do what they did, so we can get what they got. But we can do even better. Somebody can literally MAKE UP a story. And even though we KNOW that story is made up, that will still MOTIVATE us to get close. Some guy makes up a story about a young hunter who destroys a big evil monster. So we can apply the STRUCTURE of that story to anything we want that isn't easy. Consider this the driving force of all human achievement. People DREAMING about doing things nobody has ever done before. To get the massive rewards nobody has ever gotten before. In a way that nobody has ever experienced before. This ambition-dreaming mind is your greatest asset. Wake it up, strengthen it, leverage it. And follow it to GREATNESS. Get Started: https://mindpersuasion.com/ambition-generator/
  4. Wizards and Protectors: https://mindpersuasion.com/wizards-and-protectors/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Nov12Loop.mp4
  5. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug20Post.mp4 One of the common ideas in all the Rocky movies is strange training techniques. In the first one, this was famously Rocky hitting huge slabs of meat. In another one, Mickey, his trainer, had him chasing around a chicken. In still another one, when he fought the Russian guy (Ivan Drago, played by Dolph Lundgren) they had a kind of interesting juxtaposition. They'd show the Russian training on a bunch of high tech equipment, then they'd show Rocky lifting up rocks or pulling people up mountains in carts. You'll find this kind of thing quite a bit. Both in movies and real life. Perhaps the most famous is the, "wax on, wax off" idea from Karate kid. That doing a whole bunch of really boring movements will train in some muscle memory. This idea is interesting because it's completely different from "common sense." That if you want to get better at boxing, you MUST practice boxing. Or if you want to become a better martial artists, you MUST practice martial arts. These ideas, of hitting slabs of meat or doing wax-on-wax-off exercises to kind of side step the expected kind of exercises are very much hacks. And we humans LOVE hacks. In fact, you may even say the entire creation of modern society, going all the way back to the first agricultural societies were hacks. Some guy was doing some really boring job, over and over and over again. While he was doing that, he had the very common thought: "There's GOT to be a better way to do this." Even a few comedies have little kids who hack their way around the necessary lawn mowing. They tie the lawnmower to a post in the middle of the grass. The lawn mower goes around and around in a circle, getting smaller each time. We see a kid doing this in a movie and it's believable. This suggests we have a kind of "hacking instinct" in our brain somewhere. One way to think about EVERY invention is a hack, a way to spend less time and effort to get the same result. Or how to better use ANYTHING in our environment to get a better result. Like in Karate Kid and Rocky. This is good news. Because since this really IS an instinct, we CAN figure out a way to hack our way around anything. This DOES NOT mean there are shortcuts. Wax on wax off is a fantastic hack, but it is NOT a shortcut. The kid still had to do that simple movement a kajillion times. Rocky STILL had to lift up boulders and drag his friends around. But you still can hack your way into many useful skills. Like interpersonal communication, and creating a dominating social presence. Without ever really needing to practice those skills. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/stage-wizard/
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