Team Of Experts
I used to be a huge fan of Michael Crichton books.
They all had pretty much the same overall theme.
There was some kind of problem that required a scientific solution.
And somebody would assemble a group of experts to solve the problem.
This same type of idea shows up in plenty of movies.
There is a problem, and a group of people need to solve the problem.
I recently watched one where the problem was a haunted house.
But the ghost in this haunted house had a message.
That the person who killed them wasn’t who everybody thought it was.
This is also a common ghost theme.
The ghost with an important message.
But in this particular movie, the group of people who solved the mystery were a group of kids.
Team Of Kids
The complete opposite of most Crichton stories.
The kids were kind of organically put together by the situation.
They didn’t know each other when the problem presented itself.
They were best buddies after having solved the problem.
And they, and the ghosts, all lived happily ever after.
This is a very close approximation of human nature, and human history.
Problem solving has been an absolute necessity since the dawn of time.
And solving problems from a group standpoint is much easier than doing it alone.
So we all have a collection of “social instincts” that makes it very, very easy to get together with strangers and solve problems.
Otherwise, international endeavors like the International Space Station wouldn’t be possible.
Way back in the day, all the different countries were racing to lay claim to different parts of the Earth.
Safe Ice Zone
The very LAST place this happened (on the actual earth) was Antarctica.
So everybody agreed to leave this as a pure scientific exploration place.
Countries as well as humans can go two ways.
We can team up and solve problems.
Or can fight each other to the death.
Both are always right behind the other.
This is why they say that strong fences make good neighbors.
Kind of a reminder that this is my stuff, and that is your stuff.
Once we accept this, we can be friends.
By trading my stuff for your stuff.
This is a dichotomy that exists in everybody’s mind.
When we look at an interesting person.
Fight Or Trade
Friend or foe?
Will they help me, or will they hurt me?
But aside from any overt signs of aggression or creepiness, humans automatically get into rapport with one another.
It’s like an automatic “let’s be friends” response.
Why not create rapport from a much deeper level?
A “let’s work together to solve mutual problems for mutual benefit” frame.
How can you develop this frame so it is your “go-to” frame?
How can you develop this mindset so it pushes ALL the social anxiety out of your brain?
For easy friendship and relationship building?
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.