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  1. Who's Richer Than Scrooge McDuck?: https://mindpersuasion.com/whos-richer-than-scrooge-mcduck/ https://mindpersuasion.com/3x3/
  2. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug30Post.mp4 Human nature is much simpler than most people realize. That's because our "nature" was calibrated for a much simpler life. Get food, stay safe, and have sex. All of these were tied together. The more you produced, in excess of consumption, the more of an "alpha" you were. This was mostly true before we invented agriculture. The dudes who killed the biggest animals, and shared the excess, got the most social love. The dudes who did this consistently, had the highest status. Those with the highest status triggered the desire in the ladies. This was a perfect system. This ensured that most successful hunters, and the youngest, healthiest ladies would populate the next generation. This is why all men, when they see a lady they like, instinctively imagine doing something magnificent, so that they may win her attention. This is why the hero's journey is what it is. It matches this ancient human drive. To leave home, build skills, conquer the villain, and come home a hero. If you wanted to write books that would sell, makes sure they match this structure. What about the ladies? We can kind of "reverse engineer" the ancient desires of the ladies by looking inside the best selling romantic fiction. For example, take a look at the Twilight movies. A young, otherwise plain high school girl is swept off her feet by a vampire. That he's a vampire is not the main point. The main point is he is a very POWERFUL male, that can pretty much destroy all the competition. Imagine an ancient, young, beautiful cave lady. What would her dream be? To be "picked" by the most alpha killer. To be "made famous" by being picked by the most alpha killer. If you want to persuade men, either one on one or from the stage, make sure you pace the deep and instinctive dreams of men. Of being the alpha killer who saves society and gets the rewards as a result. If you want to persuade women, either one on one, or from the stage, be sure to leverage the "being picked for your beauty" instinct. For men, you can go as big as you want. One on one, selling sports cars for example. Or from the stage. But for women, you can do this very effectively in one on one situations. How? Ask them how they'd like to become famous. Not just blatantly, but ease the conversation in that direction. Just like every man dreams of becoming the hero, every woman dreams of becoming famous. Get her talking along those lines, and she'll feel REALLY good. And if you're careful, she'll associate those good feelings with YOU. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/metaphor-mastery/
  3. https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Jun15Post.mp4 Why do goals often fail? Is it a lack of willpower? No, it is not. It's actually based on simple economics. Not the kind economics that government goofs talk about. The real kind that exists inside of your head. For every action we take, there are costs. No animal would survive very long if they consistently took action where the costs exceeded the benefits. Think about this from a basic calorie standpoint. If you are going after a piece of food that will give you 500 calories, it only makes sense if expend less than that many calories in getting that piece of food. But for us humans, there are two costs to any action. The kind of costs we need to actually spend. Monetary costs, calorie-energy costs, social exposure costs. But there are also the opportunity costs. Opportunity costs are things you CAN'T get once you go after any one thing. Here's where it gets kind of complicated. When we decide to go after something that may take a few days, we have to IMAGINE both the costs and the benefits. Here is a very silly and extreme example. Suppose you're in a bar, and you see a cutie across the room. You are flirting with them, they are flirting with you. You'd like to go and talk to them. What are the imagined benefits? A nice conversation with a cute person AND a potential romantic relationship. What are the imagined costs? The social exposure, the risks of getting shot down. If she never looked at you, the risks would be very high. Which would make the imagined costs greater than the imagined benefits. But suppose she was REALLY flirting with you. Now the imagined costs are much lower. The imagined benefits are much higher. So you waltz on over, thinking you're in like Flynn. When you get there and say hey, she smiles back at you. But it turns out she's a vampire! Her eyes are gleaming with that evil vampire glint, and her fangs are still dripping blood from her last victim. You flee in terror, happy to make it out of there alive. The imagined costs and benefits turned out to be WAY different than you'd imagined. Based on your initial assumptions, walking over was the LOGICAL thing to do. But once you saw her fangs and the blood thirsty look in her eyes, running away was the LOGICAL thing to do. This is, at it's core, why most goals will ALWAYS fail. Before you start, you have an idea of the costs and the benefits. But as you move closer to your goal, the costs turn out to be bigger than you'd imagined. The benefits turn out to be less than you'd imagined. This means giving up on a goal is JUST AS LOGICAL as running away from a vampire. What's the solution? Change a few filters, and learn to more ACCURATELY estimate both costs and benefits. Do this and you'll start hitting your goals automatically. Learn How: https://mindpersuasion.com/willpower/
  4. Vampires and the Collapse of Society: https://mindpersuasion.com/vampire-parasite-nation/ https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Aug21Loop.mp4
  5. https://mindpersuasion.com/free-energy-vampires/
  6. Hey George, thanks a lot for all videos, they are very useful, all of them. I am writing because I saw you did one for being a vampire. However, I have been leaving at home with an emotional vampire since 8 years ago. I really would love to have a video for setting a strong defense against the "victim" manipulation and the "claims" of not being perfect and all this sort of stuff that people that intends to manipulate others uses in the everyday relations.
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