Not Much Choice
Way back in the day, a normal life went through some basic phases.
We didn’t have a choice.
We were very much constrained by our environment.
We were born and we were kids for a while.
We were utterly dependent on adults.
We asked, and if we were lucky, we received.
Then we went through the all important transition.
Of shifting from asking and receiving to planning and achieving.
Each human needs few basic things to stay alive.
Food, shelter, a tribe of other humans.
But we are all programmed with a massive ambition.
This is kind of like eating, in that it has a kind two stage process.
The first stage is when you see something to eat.
Then you suddenly “realize” how hungry you are.
Like you don’t think you’re hungry then you see somebody on TV eating some ice cream or something.
Then you feel like ice cream.
The second stage happens when you take the first bite.
This kicks on you “eat everything at all costs” instinct.
This is why it’s nearly impossible to get a spoon, open the fridge and take ONLY one bite of ice cream.
Our instincts are like the Borg.
Run But Not Hide
Resistance is futile.
The most important instinct to ancient humans was the ambition instinct.
Once you shift through the transition phase from childhood to adulthood, it was on like Donkey Kong.
All the adults competed based on productivity.
Whoever produced the most food, got the most admiration and respect from the tribe.
This “feeling” was ever present.
Like water to a fish.
Dudes fell asleep at night dreaming about how they could be more productive.
They went out hunting every day and when they saw some massive producer, a world class hunter, the natural response was, “I wanna be like THAT guy.”
Back then, everything was perfectly calibrated.
A perfect system to made everybody, for their own selfish reasons, want to be as productive as possible.
Today, it’s much, much different.
Not a lot of people have ambition.
Most people are still very much in the childhood mindset of “give me.”
Nobody in the past had to worry about motivation or willpower.
It was always there.
Today, if you want to be better than average, you need to build your own willpower.
You need to create your own momentum to keep you motivated.
Nobody is going to do this for you.
But if you can manage to slowly build in these traits, you can absolutely dominate.
In love, in life, in finance, in your career, and everywhere else you’d like to dominate.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.