“I Feel Fine” was a groundbreaking song by the Beatles.
What was so special about this?
A couple of very cool things.
One is how innovate they (or their sound engineers) were way back then.
This song was released in 1964.
The specific technique on that song was similar to a style of music they used on Helter Skelter.
Helter Skelter was about a roller coaster.
That you like to ride over and over.
Again and Again
Like if you happen to be at an amusement park early in the morning or late at night, with few people.
And you can ride the roller coaster over and over.
The song is generally thought to be the first “heavy metal” song.
Any how, back to the 1964 innovation.
The song, “I Feel Fine,” is the first song to specifically use feedback in the song.
The sound coming out of the amp “feeds back” into the pickup on the electric guitar.
That high pitched, annoying loud sound is normally BAD.
Turn Negatives Into Positives
But the Beatles decided to use this normally “negative” thing.
Consider this to be a prime ingredient of any kind of success.
To see something others would think of as bad (like feedback) and think:
“Hmm. How can I use this?”
But on a much bigger scale, feedback is not bad.
Feedback is very, very good.
Not music or electric feedback.
But all feedback.
Scared Of Negative
Unfortunately, we tend to think of feedback as “good” or “bad.”
Like if you shoot a free throw, and miss, that is bad.
Or if you take a test, and get a C, that’s bad.
But humans absolutely CANNOT learn if we DON’T have feedback.
Think of how little babies learn to walk.
They see all the adults walking and they want to copy them.
So they try.
Sometimes they make it a few steps, most of they fall.
But when they fall, they laugh.
Because ALL feedback feels GOOD.
Before education brainwashes us to only see good feedback as good.
Think of how humans lived for tens of thousands of years.
When we are young, we look at all the adults doing cool things.
And we copy them.
And copying means learning from natural feedback.
When you are practicing free throws, you need BOTH results.
What TO do.
What NOT to do.
The more you get of BOTH, the better you’ll get.
Love All Feedback
This works for EVERYTHING.
For making money, for talking to gorgeous people, for being persuasive, or any other skills you have.
Life is a never ending, forward momentum feedback loop.
Consider that this feedback loop is something that you absolutely CAN NOT escape from.
Every single thing we do, is based on this same process.
Create an objective.
Update your information.
Repeat as needed.
Most of the time, our objectives are to STAY SAFE.
Or to be lazy.
Or to hide out on the sidelines.
So, if you want better outcomes, update your objectives.
Instead of having the objective as staying as safe and protected as possible, consider changing them.
To get more love, more money, better relationships, better careers, etc.
And charge on ahead.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.