I watched a movie once about a brother and sister.
It was very vague about the why, but both were messed up.
Something horrible had happened to them when they were younger.
Something that was only alluded to a few times.
The dude was a sex addict.
And while I was watching the movie, I got interested.
So I found a few forums about sex addicts, recovery, health care professionals who deal with sex addicts.
And they have developed a kind of “second sense” for other sex addicts.
In the movie this was shown by a simple look.
Like the guy would be on the subway.
He’d look around and find another sex addict.
They’d share a certain look of understanding.
He’d get off, she’d follow him.
They’d find a secluded enough place, get it done, and go their separate ways.
Deep Language Only
Often without exchanging any words.
One way to interpret this very common situation is how far people are willing to go to satisfy an addiction.
But you can interpret this much differently.
How we CAN fine tune our non-verbal communication.
Our non-verbal awareness.
The movie scene is only one example our non-verbal communication calibrated to find a very specific and very unhealthy opportunity.
But beyond the content (sex addiction) this same structure can be leveraged very, very powerfully.
To train yourself to see things others miss.
To find yourself being in the right place and the right time more and more often.
Some people think of that, being in the right place at the right time, as nothing but pure luck.
Absolutely outside of our control.
But the future is ALWAYS uncertain.
They can’t even predict the weather more than a few days out.
How many variables does the weather have?
How many variables does life have?
A society of a couple hundred million people?
How many variables are involved in our day to day thinking?
Far too many to count.
It’s very, very easy to use hindsight to say “right place, right time.”
AFTER everything has unfolded.
But what if every single encounter with every single person could be one of those events?
One that will later be remembered as “right place right time?”
You see somebody at the supermarket but don’t say anything.
Nothing happens and you forget about it.
Or, you could say something.
Create a conversation, exchange numbers.
Meet one of their friends and collectively come up with an idea.
And idea that turns into a million dollar business.
What Is Luck?
Is that lucky?
Is that random?
Or is that based a deliberate actions?
Does it really matter?
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.