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https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun30Post.mp4 In some situations, it's pretty easy to con people. In other situations, it's almost impossible to con people. For example, back when TV's were really big, the manufacturers noticed that the ones that were heavier sold more. So they started purposely making them heavier. People would tend to think it was more valuable if it was heavier. This is a kind of easy con because it's based on our common short memory. If you spend an extra $50 for a TV, thinking it's worth it (when it really isn't) you won't buy another TV for a few years anyway. This is the kind of "con" that's arguably not really a con. More like very, very shrewd marketing. Another type of con works, but for different reasons. Like when I was a kid, in the back of comic books they'd always have these silly things being sold. X-ray glasses. They even had a picture of a kid looking through a ladies dress. Most people buy things like this not because they actually work, but because of curiosity. So you buy it NOT because you think you can suddenly get X-ray vision from a $3 pair of glasses, but just to SEE what the deal is. Then you get them, satisfy your curiosity, and aren't really surprised when they don't work. Other cons are much, much more elaborate, and much, much more deceptive. Like many, many foods are being marketed as "keto friendly" meaning they have few carbs. For example, consider a tortilla company that says they are low carb. And supposed this was a blatant lie. They KNEW they had carbs but they purposely lied. How, specifically, would anybody know? The FDA doesn't spend a lot of time on things like this. No individual consumer is going to spend millions of dollars suing the tortilla company over a $3 product that had more carbs than it promised. And even if somebody suspected they had carbs, the food companies can say they were using a different definition of carbs, or some other thing. All these cons are large scale, "institutional" cons. But other cons we try and play on each other. We pretend to be friendly with people we really don't like. We pretend to be more than we really are. We inflate our resumes, and downplay our "bad past." In the dating arena, this comes across as guys "lying" to women. Now, some guys have no problem with this. They blatantly lie, knowing they are only in it for the hit it and quit it. This is pretty easy. In fact, you might even say this is a two-way lie. The guy pretends to be something he isn't, and the girl, who is equally interested in a short term fling, pretends to believe it. But what if you don't want to lie? What if you don't want to need to, or have to lie? What if you just want to show up, and automatically CREATE attraction in most ladies? That's where your deep, honest, and attractive frame comes in. Learn More: https://mindpersuasion.com/seductive-frame/
There are two types of hypnosis that aren't really hypnosis. They are based on setup more than anything. Without that setup, the "hypnosis" is much less effective. The first is stage hypnosis. Consider everything that goes into getting "hypnotized" on stage. For one, the hypnotist has to have a ton of authority. Enough to sell tickets. Then he begins by "hypnotizing" the audience. And while he's doing this, he looks out to find the BEST subjects. Then he calls people up to the stage. And once they are up on the stage, he usually gives them another hypnotic test. The ones who pass get to stay up on stage. The ones who don't are kicked off. So far, what this is a VERY rigorous sorting process. What is he sorting for? The people who are the most SUSCEPTIBLE to hypnosis. Think of a guy who advertised his hypnosis show on Facebook. The ad was seen by maybe 50,000 people. Of those 50,000 people, 50 bought a ticket. Of those, 10 people came up on stage. Of those ten, 8 stayed up after the hypnosis test. He hasn't even used any hypnosis yet, but he's already found the 8 people out of 50,000 that are the MOST SUSCEPTIBLE to hypnosis. And guess what? If you have 8 people out of 50,000 who are INSANELY susceptible to hypnosis, you don't need much hypnosis. You just basically TELL THEM what to do, and they'll do it. And if you watch any stage hypnotist, this is what they do. What about YouTube hypnotists? They do the same thing. The FILTER out the most susceptible people who are the EASIEST to hypnotize. They do it a bit differently, but they still do it. They try their hypno-game on a couple hundred people a day. But the edit out all the ones that don't work. It might take them a week, but they'll eventually get 5-10 people who are VERY EASY to put into a trance. If you try this yourself, you'll find that 1-2% of the population will basically do whatever you tell them. Stage hypnosis and YouTube hypnosis are a sorting process to FIND these people. Once you find those people, the actual words don't matter. But what if you don't want to sort people? What if you want to actually LEARN hypnotic words? Words that will work on most everybody? You can. Because such a kind of hypnosis exists. Because it's COVERT hypnosis, nobody but you can know you are using it. And if you take the time to learn it, it will make you incredibly powerful. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/party-hypnosis/