One very important idea that is kind of hard to wrap your mind around is the idea of qualifying.
This is something that is built in to our subconscious.
How we qualify is how we sort for stuff in the world.
When you go shopping for example, you’ve got a certain amount of money you can spend.
You wander up and down the aisles and compare all the times.
Each time you look at an item, you are qualifying that item.
Should I get it, or not.
Very rarely do we have objective criteria while shopping.
It looks good, etc.
It fits my diet, etc.
I can afford it, etc.
Even these are barely conscious.
This is why we are so easy to trick by the way supermarkets are laid out.
By convincing us to buy things we didn’t know we wanted.
When you go on a job interview, you are qualifying yourself.
You’re trying to convince the hiring manager that you are “more qualified” than everybody else.
This is normal and expected.
When you try out for a sports team, you are trying to convince the coach that you are “more qualified” than anybody else.
When shopping around for a house, you are trying (through your offer) that you more qualified than any other potential buyers.
This idea of “qualifying” is even built into basic economics.
Imagine if you have a burger shop.
And you can only make 200 burgers per day.
You sell those burgers to the 200 “most qualified” buyers.
The ones who are willing to pay the maximum price WHILE still being able to sell all 200 burgers.
When you are wandering the aisles of the supermarket you are looking for the “most qualified” products.
This is completely normal and part of our natural makeup.
But we can get into trouble when we qualify ourselves socially.
Even dudes who claim they spit mad game are qualifying themselves to the ladies.
Particularly guys who use “learned techniques.”
Guys that either actively or subconsciously qualify themselves to the ladies.
When are purposely alluding to your job, your car, your income, you are qualifying yourself to her.
Just like in a job interview.
“Please gorgeous lady, pick me!”
This is also pretty normal.
Men compete to be the “most qualified” candidate for the best ladies.
This is normal.
This is ancient.
But there’s a better way.
When you are operating socially, to NEVER qualify yourself.
Just have interesting conversations with interesting people.
And people will begin qualifying themselves to you.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.