One of the most important things to a fish is the thing they cannot see.
They focus on food and predators and making more fish.
They are surrounded by water.
Water to fish is like the air to humans.
It is so ever present it’s easy to take it for granted.
A similar “thing” exists whenever two people are talking.
Or interacting in any way.
Flirting across the room, texting back and forth, etc.
But unlike water or air that is just kind of there, this “thing” has a lot of variables.
The stronger this is, the easier life is.
The weaker this is, the harsher life is.
And just like a muscle, this can be strengthened.
Slowly, consistently, deliberate.
This “thing” is your frame.
How you feel about yourself.
Not superficially, but deep down.
The things you know that are true inside your head.
How you express these things.
Who you express them to.
Even something as simple as across-the-room-eye contact reveals TONS about your frame.
Most humans tend to freak the heck out when making eye contact.
In the movies the hero will gaze at his love interest with zero fear.
He meets her eyes.
He maintains eye contact.
He slowly allows a smile to grow.
She sees this and allows the excitement to grow.
She becomes nervous and glances away.
But she is DESPERATE to look back.
She does, and noticing he is still gazing at her with both open appreciation for her and MASSIVE self confidence.
This is an ideal for most people.
To hold eye contact with so much charisma and presence.
But for the fictional movie here, this is only the beginning.
He slowly walks over and lays out a wonderful first conversation.
Him leading and teasing.
Her playfully retreating just enough for him to chase.
But not too much so he’ll lose interest.
But movies and real life are different, right?
Not A Promise
One thing that people completely misunderstand about movies is they are absolutely NOT meant to be promises about how life should be.
Movies, and stories that we’ve been telling to each other since the dawn of time are supposed to MOTIVATE US.
To hear stories of heroes who slay monsters.
And think to ourselves:
“I hope I can be like THAT guy one day.”
So consider seeing movies about super confident lady-killers as IDEAL role models.
To strive to BE LIKE.
Be Like Them
To continuously increase your frame.
To speak more confidently to more people.
To see your frame as something that is ALWAYS in progress.
Always getting bigger, stronger, more resilient.
Because as mentioned before, your frame is the ONE VARIABLE that will make all the difference.
So why not learn from those that have had the strongest frames in history?
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.