Be The Top
Plenty of studies have been done to demonstrate human hierarchies.
They stick ten people together and give them a task.
They quickly, automatically and subconsciously self organize into a hierarchy.
How, specifically, do they do this?
If you were a seasoned pickpocket, you’d be able to pick out victims pretty easily.
People that had a high likelihood of having some cash in their wallet.
But NOT people who had a confident stride.
NOT people who looked like they were “on purpose.”
People that would tend to have a more “worried” or anxious energy about them.
Stooped shoulders, head looking down instead of straight ahead.
This is how we self organize.
By a body language demonstrated frame strength.
A guy with clear frame strength would be a disaster for a pick pocket.
He might not fight back, but he would definitely stare the criminal dead in the eye and remember what he looked like.
He would definitely go straight to the cops and give them a description.
And since he know the criminal had his address, he’d stop by the sporting goods store on the way home and pick up a couple extra boxes of bullets, just in case.
Don’t Be A Sucker
On the other hand, a weak framed person wouldn’t do any of that.
Hierarchies centered around a specific task are the same.
The guy who has a strong frame of “I’ve got this” would be the leader.
Most others would have a frame of, “Somebody tell me what to do.”
Adam Smith, in his famous book, “The Wealth of Nations” said that people operate in their own self interests.
All the time.
Guys who sell stuff don’t work hard to make products because they care about us.
They want our money.
But they know that we’ll only give them our money if WE get something we want in return.
This overlapping selfishness, or mutual beneficial selfishness can be found EVERYWHERE.
Between all kinds of species.
Nature Of Life
Bees and flowers, domesticated animals and humans, those little fish who clean sharks’ teeth.
And in SOME hierarchies.
All the “tell me what to do” people in those social experiments want to solve the problem.
The guy at the top wants to solve the problem.
So when they guy at the top does the thinking for the entire group, EVERYBODY benefits.
This is human nature.
This is the way it used to be.
But today, the system is jacked up in all kinds of ways.
The people doing the thinking are benefiting.
The people “copying” those ideas are not.
This is NOT a case of overlapping selfishness.
This is a case of one group benefiting AT THE EXPENSE of another group.
Which means that most “tell me what to do” people today are DESPERATE to be told what to do.
But BY a person that can create a mutual benefit situation.
If you can BE that person, you can gain massive benefits.
Socially, romantically, and financially.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.