Once there was a professor of psychology.
She was very gorgeous, very sweet and very persuasive.
She had to be careful when she taught.
She loved to seduce people.
She loved to teach others how to seduce people.
Not just for short term flings.
But to seduce people into falling in love.
In love with life.
In love with themselves
In love with love.
In love with friendship and companionship.
But she couldn’t teach this in school.
It was forbidden.
She could only teach officially sanctioned psychology.
But she would host private parties.
And search for students of seduction.
Who would enjoy learning the ancient art of love.
The ancient art of lovemaking.
Fixer Of Things
Once there was a mechanic.
When he was very young, he enjoyed fixing things.
He enjoyed taking things apart and putting them back together.
One day, when he was leaving school, he saw a teacher.
He was frustrated, looking into his engine.
Not knowing why it didn’t work.
The student fixed it quickly and easily.
Soon word spread of his skills.
Money Making Fixer
When he graduated from high school, it made perfect sense to start fixing things for a living.
He started working for a large garage.
One day a women joked about him fixing her washing machine.
He followed her home and fixed it.
That’s when he started his own business.
Of fixing anything and everything.
Soon, it was no longer satisfying.
He was making a lot of money.
But it was too easy.
So he started fixing minds.
He would talk to people while fixing their blenders.
And help them to rearrange their thinking.
This he did covertly and happily.
So they could release all their fears.
And embrace all their gifts.
Once she had selected her students.
She would teach them the art of seduction.
But only if they promised her to remain ethical.
And not create any negative feelings.
To only create happiness and pleasure.
Teacher of Pleasure
And emotional pleasure.
For a long, long time.
Developer of Puzzles
Once, there was a jigsaw puzzle engineer.
In the world of jigsaw puzzles, there are two important pieces of data.
One is how many jigsaw puzzles are finished completely.
Two is brand loyalty of finished puzzles.
If you try to artificially create one, by making easy puzzles.
You won’t have much brand loyalty.
Balance Of Skills
If you make them too difficult, you’ll get neither.
This engineer specialized in finding a balance.
Between the difficult of a task.
And the satisfaction of a task.
He came up with a genius plan, that would do both.
Long Game Toys
Once there was a toy maker.
Who specialized in custom made toys.
Some simple, mostly for children.
Others more complicated, for adults.
But a special class of toys he made were special.
Very expensive in both money and time.
Time for the toy maker, and time for the end user.
These required a legal financial agreement.
To buy the parts weekly for at least two years.
The parts would be custom made.
And they purchaser would need to demonstrate they had the space.
Once the agreement was made, the toy maker would start.
They would send drones to make extensive studies.
Of the local neighborhood.
And create miniature sizes of local buildings.
Details and Magic
Build to perfect scale and in perfect detail.
Week by week, the user would build a small city.
That would be a perfect replica of their own neighborhood.
But what they didn’t know was that upon completion.
They would see things in a different light.
Once their miniature neighborhood was finished.
They would not only see what it looked like now.
See The Future
But what it would look like in the future.
When the lights would turn green and red.
When certain people would be certain places.
When the ice cream shop would be busy, and when it would be free.
This was kept secret, by design and by choice.
If you happened to put together a top rated puzzle, you would notice something.
The picture on the finished puzzle.
Would look slightly different than on the box.
But only if you looked closely.
If you looked very carefully you would see additional inscriptions.
On trees, ponds, the sky and buildings.
Rewards For Completion
And the inscriptions would be details on how to get a reward.
An unadvertised bonus.
To maintain brand loyalty.
This was the jigsaw engineers secret.
That a task completed is its own reward.
But only if it’s difficult.
And only if it’s balanced.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.