A long, long time ago, I used to play a lot of golf.
I had some cheap, hand-me-down clubs.
There was a nine hole course near my Junior High School.
It cost $5 or something.
So my friends and I would sometimes play after school.
I liked playing nine holes.
Eighteen holes, not so much.
Way too long and boring.
But nine holes was short enough to be fun, so long as it was cheap enough.
I also had a pretty repeatable slice.
I would aim straight, but the ball would ALWAYS start drifting to the right.
And back then, I had two options.
The first was to hire a golf coach.
Or rather, that was my dad’s choice.
Since he was a big golfer.
But I hated it.
I had to change my grip, and re-program that into my swing.
To take something that was already at the level of unconscious competence.
Bring it up to conscious competence.
And train the crap out of it until it was back to unconscious competence.
Which I thought was a really dumb idea.
I never wanted to be a professional golfer.
I never really even cared what my score was.
I just enjoyed banging around on the course.
So I gave up on the golf lessons.
And reverted back to the better option.
To fix my “slice.”
Work It In
Which was to aim left.
Since I knew I’d always slice, why not just aim left?
My friends always thought I was a nut job.
“Dude, why you aiming way over there? The hole is up ahead.”
Then they’d see my ball slowly slice over toward the hole, and they’d understand.
Changing something that is programmed in is difficult.
It takes a lot of work.
A lot of boring effort.
And sometimes, it’s not necessary.
For example, plenty of people spend a lot of time practicing things like “game.”
Studying various methods of conversations.
How to amplify, how to close, how to pass frame tests.
Something that USED to be natural has now become very, very academic.
All of this is unnecessary.
Ditch Vulcan Brain
It’s an attempt to learn something that is already programmed into you.
Humans are social animals.
We have TONS of pre built-in social strategies.
Once upon a time, there were very few people on Earth.
Now there’s nearly eight billion.
Very, very few of these eight billion people were the product of “practiced game.”
Nearly all humans are the result of “natural game.”
And natural game is the EASIEST to improve.
Just ditch all conscious and rational thinking.
Let your natural social instincts run the show, and you’ll continue to get BETTER and BETTER results.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.