When I was a kid I watched a lot of “I Love Lucy.”
A pretty funny TV show, even by today’s standards.
One classic episode is where Lucy and Ethel (the two protagonists) got a job working on a chocolate candy assembly line.
At first, it was pretty easy.
They had to pick the pieces of candy off the line, as they went by, put some kind of wrapping around them, and then put them back.
During the training phase, the line was moving very slowly.
Which they thought was the normal speed.
But once their training was over (about 2 minutes in TV time) they put it back up to normal speed.
This is when it got funny.
They were going by far too fast to handle, so they started taking the pieces of candy off the line, and not putting them back.
They were afraid if unwrapped candy came out the other end, they’d be fired.
So they hid them, ate them, stuffed them in their mouths.
Their panic growing faster as the assembly line moved faster.
TV Gag Time
Then everything exploded in chaotic comedy mayhem.
This idea is pretty common.
Not the mayhem part, but the part of handling things coming AT you quicker and quicker.
Slow is easy.
A little bit faster is skill kind of easy.
But the faster YOU go, the faster things come.
The most common response, wether you are playing Tetris, Guitar Hero or just living your life is to just muscle up and try and handle things as fast as they come.
But there is another way.
That doesn’t require you handle every single piece of data that comes your way.
That doesn’t require you even handle the majority of data that comes your way.
Baseball signs are a great example.
If you watch the third base coach send signals to the batter, they look confusing as hell.
But nearly ALL of that information is just misdirection.
The real signals are only a couple of short movements
Like whatever he does immediately AFTER he touches his nose is the REAL signal.
And even then, it’s only three basic options.
Swing, don’t swing, bunt, etc.
Life is like this.
Most of the data coming your way is nonsense.
At least to you.
And of the stuff that isn’t nonsense, it’s coming as RAW data.
Data that you can define.
This gives you a lot more mental space to deal with the never even data streaming hitting your senses.
To MAXIMIZE your ability to interact with the world and absolutely dominate.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.