Once You See Them
Many things are invisible.
But once you calibrate your mind to see them, you’ll see them everywhere.
Their not really invisible, but intangible.
A description of a process.
One such metaphor is the reinforcing cycle, or loop.
For example, think of something as simple as practicing a sport.
To begin, the person practicing has a desire to get better at the sport.
And when they practice, this leverages a very ancient, mind-body learning feedback loop.
Good Gets Better
When they do something that indicates improvement, it feels good.
When they do something that indicates anything that indicates non-improvement, it feels bad.
Since we monkey people are motivated to both move away from bad things and toward good things, this is a perfect learning system.
On a short term level, good results feel good.
Bad results feel bad.
But on a meta level, they’ll have both a short term AND a long term memory of the RATIO of their good to bad ratio.
For example, if most of the things they tried gave them good results, on any particular day, that is a GOOD practice day.
The reverse, where most of the things they tried DIDN’T work, that would be a BAD practice day.
So they can look back into their history, and see how the good to bad ratios are increasing.
I’m Going Somewhere
If they feel they are increasing, that feels good.
So they continue.
The more they practice, the better they get.
The better they get, the better they feel.
The better they feel, the more they are eager to practice.
This is a very simple, three step loop.
Step one, go to Step Two.
Step two, go to Step Three.
Step three, go to Step One.
Positive feedback loops don’t have a natural end point.
Particularly in anything competitive, like sports.
Red Queen Competition
They more YOU practice, the more THEY practice.
So whenever you meet in “combat” you keep playing with higher levels of skill, make each competition more rewarding.
Negative feedback loops DO have an end point.
You try something, and it doesn’t work.
“I’ll just keep practicing,” you say.
So far so good.
But you never reach a tipping point.
Where that simple three step loop is created.
Your “Not good” to “good” results is always upside down.
You have more “not good” that good.
Pretty soon, you’ll look back in your past, and you won’t see any improvement.
This points to zero improvement in the future.
And if practicing causes any pain, which yields zero improvement, it’s RATIONAL to quit.
But once you quit, you NEVER reach the positive, three step feedback loop.
What’s the answer?
One, never quit.
Two, go a little bit slower, and simpler, so it’s EASY to get more bad than good.
Three, RE-WRITE how you reference your history.
So you that you ARE getting better.
This process will flip the polarity of any negative feedback loop into a positive self-sustaining, pleasurable, NEVER ENDING positive feedback loop.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.