Slow And Steady
Everything takes practice.
The old joke about Carnegie Hall spells this out.
Guy asks how to get to Carnegie hall.
Other guys says, “practice.”
First guy wanted only directions.
Second guy assumed he meant, “How can I play at Carnegie Hall?”
There’s a pretty common theory that it takes 10,000 hours to master something.
To become world class.
World class athletes, musicians, performers, artists, etc. have been practicing since they were very, very young.
Look up your favorite actor or actress and you’ll find they started acting when they were at least in Junior High School.
Many people would LOVE to play an instrument well.
Or sing well.
But that takes a lot of boring practice.
So they give up.
Many people would love to have shredded bodies.
But that takes a lot of “practice” so they give up.
But it turns out the one skill people don’t think can be improved with practice is the EASIEST to practice.
Yet at the same time, because it’s perceived to be the SCARIEST to practice, people refuse to accept you can get better with practice.
What skill is this?
Basic social skills.
Take something basic like learning the piano.
Long, tedious and frustrating.
You practice every day for an hour or so, for a few months, and you’ll be able to play a simple song.
When you play that simple song, it feels really good.
But pretty soon, learning how to play a song is not a big enough benefit to keep practicing.
We learn things like instruments so we can be popular at parties or maybe even up on stage.
But once you see how long it takes to play one simple song, and then extrapolate to how many songs you’ll need to play up on stage, it’s kind of depressing.
That’s why practicing social skills is much easier.
Because the rewards are instant.
Instant Social Love
And they feel much, much better than playing a simple song.
When you learn just a few simple techniques, you’ll get responses from others that feel really good.
People looking at you with admiration and respect.
People laughing at your jokes.
Everybody else seeing them laugh at your jokes.
Giving you social proof and authority.
This feels WAY better than playing a simple song on the piano.
If you go slowly enough, and have JUST a little bit of patience, you’ll get nearly instant results.
Simple things like how you hold eye contact, where you put the pauses in your sentences, these will make you a party hero in no time.
And you can practice this all by yourself.
At home, on walks, in the car.
Even better is you can ALWAYS get better at this.
Which means you’ll ALWAYS get better results.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.