Imagine you’re at home.
Sitting on your couch, watching a movie.
You’ve got a couple of friends over.
They haven’t seen the movie.
But you have, a few times.
And this is so good you don’t mind watching it again.
So you’re chilling, enjoying the show.
These are close friends, so you’ve got an understood, “make yourself a home” feeling in everybody’s houses.
So you feel zero concerns for not being a good “host.”
So when you notice a somewhat boring part of the movie coming, you get up to get something to eat.
While you’re doing so, you’ll still kind of paying attention to the movie.
You grab a bag of chips.
Pour some in a bowl.
Find some cheese in the fridge.
Dump some on top of the chips.
Put it in the microwave for a minute.
Game Set Match
It comes out and the cheese is perfectly melted.
You smile inwardly for having done a perfect job.
As a final touch, you dump some salsa on top.
Just in case, you leave everything out, in case your buddies want to copy you.
Then you sit down on the couch with your perfectly prepared movie snack.
Just in time for the best scene, coming.
Then your buddies stare at you.
“Dude! How did you make that?”
You look at them, curiously.
“The bowl, the chips, the cheese, and the salsa?!”
You’re wondering if maybe your friend is need of medical assistance.
“Um,” you repeat, motioning toward the kitchen.
“Yeah, but how?” your friend replies.
Is this a likely scenario?
No, because most people know how to dump chips into a bowl, put on some cheese, nuke it and put some salsa on top.
Now imagine another scenario.
You’re hanging out in a bar.
You and the same friends.
You’re talking about some random things and you catch cutie looking at you furtively.
You look over, smile, wait for her to smile back, and then turn back to your buddies.
You wait for a lull in the conversation.
You slide on over.
Start talking to the cutie.
Five minutes or so.
She’s laughing, you’re laughing.
You’re touching her, she’s touching you.
You glance over at your buddies and decide to back.
You glance back at your new friend, get your number and wander on back to your buddies.
They look at you, they look at her, flabbergasted.
“You got her number?” they asked.
You nod, as if that’s a silly question.
They look at you, incredulous.
“But… But… How?!” they ask.
Why So Confusing?
Now for the money question.
Why is their incredulity about the chips seem silly, but their incredulity at the number close seems more normal?
More importantly, how can you learn to talk to and number close gorgeous people as easy as making some nachos?
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.