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Dreams In Straightjackets


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Once upon a time a guy was at the end of his rope.

His business was failing, he was in debt, and he didn't know what to do.

He and his wife just had a kid, and they were on the brink.

So he went to a park to off himself, hoping his wife would get the insurance money.

That's where he met Warren Buffet.

He told Buffet his problems.

Buffet said that most successful businesses only come after failure.

That in failure is the seed of great success.

But just in case, he gave the guy a check for $1,000,000.

The guy was grateful.

He went home, put the check in a safe place and went to work.

A year later, he was successful. 

Really successful.

And he never needed to cash the check.

So he went to the park to try and find Buffet to thank him.

He waited for a while and then saw him wandering around in the bushes.

He approached him, but before he got there, a couple of guys in white suits came and started putting a straightjacket on him.

"Hey! What are you guys doing?" our hero asked. "That's Warren Buffet!" he cried.

"No, he just thinks he is. He keeps escaping from the mental institution."

The guy was dumbfounded.

His whole business had been built on the alleged safety of his "backup check."

Of course, the moral of the story is beliefs don't have to be true to work.

The guy believed he had a million bucks in backup money, and acted accordingly.

Of course, he had a reason to believe in the backup money.

He didn't just decide one day to believe he was rich.

The belief was based on his observations, and something tangible.

(How a mental patient got checks with Buffet's name on them is not important...)

Beliefs are important, very important.

But it's very hard to conjure up beliefs out of thin air.

You need to have a legitimate, reality based reason for your beliefs.

This is exactly what happens when you practice skills.

As you practice the skills, you're also slowly building your belief to use the skills.

Both are necessary for the skills to be useful.

What kind of skills should you practice?

Ultimately, that's up to you and what you want to achieve.

But consider learning the structure of language.

There's a lot more than most people realize.

There is a way to practice them to both build in powerful beliefs about yourself, and extremely useful defensive skills against any enemies.

Because unfortunately, most mental patients don't wander around handing out checks.

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Weaponized Hypnosis


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