Before the Industrial Revolution, there was the “Industrious Revolution.”
The Industrial Revolution was based primarily on the discovery of fossil fuels.
The steam engine had been known about, at least in concept, for a while.
The basics of plenty of science had been thought about and sketched out for a while.
But if you had a train driven by a steam engine, the only thing that would make that feasible is coal.
You could shovel a bunch of wood in the steam engine.
But wood wouldn’t burn hot enough or long enough to make the train go very far, or very fast, or carry a lot of people.
Burning coal to make things move is far, far more effective than burning wood to make things move.
It burns much hotter and much longer.
But burning coal was kind of the last piece of the puzzle.
A puzzle had been going on for a few hundred years BEFORE the Industrial Revolution.
Mainly the aforementioned “Industrious Revolution.”
Industrious meaning people were working very hard, very creatively very efficiently.
Why did they do this?
Compare these industrious types to a serf.
A serf lives on land he doesn’t own.
He has to produce a certain amount to give to his Lord every month.
If he produces extra, he gets to keep it.
But every single month, the LORD is coming to collect.
This is has agriculture worked since the dawn of time.
Most of the time, being a peasant or a serf SUCKED.
You had to work as HARD as you could JUST ENOUGH so your Lord wouldn’t give you a beating every month.
So what changed to create the “Industrious Revolution?”
For whatever reason, way back in the day, England changed the rules.
No longer did you have to be born into a Nobel family to own land.
If you were a normal dude, all you needed to do was work hard enough.
If you worked hard enough, lived beneath your means, and SAVED enough money, you could BUY your own land.
And owning your own land was the dream of everybody.
To have enough land, to grow your own food, so you could give the world the FINGER.
This is was motivated folks to work as hard as they could, for as long as they could, to finally have their own property.
The dream of owning your own private property was the ONE THING that kicked off the chain of events that led to the Industrial Revolution.
Another version of modern private property is your brain.
Your ideas, your thoughts, your sense of self, the ideas and creative fantasies that may one day make YOUR fortune.
People would LOVE to intrude on the private property of your brain.
Most people allow people to run around in their brain, putting in ideas, and discounting others.
Consider that your own brain, your own thoughts, your own dreams to be your most precious resource.
One to protect at all costs.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.