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I used to have this friend that liked doing magic tricks.

It was his hobby.

But not the tricks themselves, the actual performance of the tricks.

Nowadays, with YouTube, there are plenty of people, who make plenty of money, doing tricks on camera.

For those who are introverted, yet highly skilled in technical tricks, this is a dream come true.

The more you practice, the more you learn, the more money you'll make.

My friend told me he had a "magic demon" living inside him.

Not really a demon, just a metaphor.

Whenever he saw a crowd of people he HAD to do tricks.

He always have a few large coins and some cards.

That's all he needed.

He would just start working the crowd, and doing tricks with coins and cards.

He never got any negative reactions.

Something about doing magic tricks triggers some kind of ancient filter in humans.

We LOVE the idea of magic.

So even if some goof is doing bar tricks, we HOPE they are successful.

This is something that we even talk about.

"Do anything interesting last weekend?"

"Well, sort of."

"What do you mean?"

"I saw this guy down at the bar doing these tricks, disappearing coins, things like that. It was pretty cool."

This is why doing simple magic tricks is a FANTASTIC way to pick up girls.

Which is why my buddy learned magic in the first place.

Just being surrounded by people who are watching you and listening to you will create both social proof AND authority.

Two things that instinctively trigger attraction.

But you can do magic without any props.

This is the heart of mentalism.

Doing what is essentially "word magic."

This is actually much easier than doing physical magic.

ESPECIALLY if nobody is expecting it.

If you overtly promote yourself as a mentalist, people will expect you to do some crazy things with your words.

But when you learn some simple covert technology, you can drop in brain bombs anywhere you want.

This is kind of like humor, but a little different.

Humor works by leveraging confusion with a small window.

For example, simple jokes are based on something called phonetic ambiguity.

Two words that sound the same but mean different things.

For example, what did the beach say when the tide came in?

Long time no see/sea!

But when you take this same type of technology and stretch it out much WIDER than the normally short attention span, it creates a FANTASTIC effect.

A very pleasant, "who was that guy" effect.

One that will do the same thing as actual magic.

Create social proof and authority.

And if you want, tons of attraction.

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