So I'm not any kind of dating guru or pickup artist but I've figured out how to get about 4-6 new friend requests a week from single, attractive women on Facebook. I don't have go to bars, join dating websites or post craigslist personals, Facebook conveniently delivers me fresh prospects on almost a daily basis. Here's how
Changing your life and mindset requires exploring outside of your comfort zone. I have a social experiment I would like you to conduct; it's going to make you the center of attention for a night, people will stare at you, it's going to make people remember you months or years from now. It's going to make you bolder, funnier, probably even more charming, and it's going to cost you approximately $77.
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For guys having no car can put a damper on your dating life, but only if you let it. Like many young men I once lost my driver's license due to some small bad decisions and I had to get rid of my car, here's how I kept my dating life active and fun.
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Business to business sales (B2B) is a difficult nut to crack, especially if you're used to dealing with decision makers for smaller or local companies only. Why does it seem like every startup is antsy to gobble up your helpful services, but the large C-level corporate heads couldn't care less about you? Do not be discouraged, friend. Industry professionals who have "been there, done that" have a few suggestions to help you and your business break into this lucrative market.
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You want to experience career success at a young age? You want to be the youngest person at your office? You want to make your coworkers scratch their heads because you're getting paid the same as them at half their age with a fraction of their education? You want investors and established business people to open their check books to you even though your track record in business is pretty much none existent? We'll you need a learn how to play the young & ambitious card.
Playing the young and ambitious card doesn't mean you don't work hard or that you don't educate yourself, it just means that you take the path of least resistance to a successful career.
"You exceeded my expectations!" the beautiful Brazilian girl beside me exclaimed, in her exotically accented English to the Barista in the gourmet cafe. The Barista had created one of those cute little paintings with creamer on the surface of her latte which apparently exceeded her expectations.
That entire day, even after we finished our coffee and she left with an effortlessly enunciated ciao, I couldn't help but smile at how damn cute the way she talked sounded. I'd spent quite a lot of time around foreign ascents, even hung out with a fair share of Brazilian's but something about her's was unique.
After 7 months in Central and South America spent learning Spanish and making friends with travelers hailing from Iceland to Pakistan, I've finally figured out what made the Brazilian in the cafe so charming.
The Problem: You feel tired and unfocused at times when you need to be productive. This can be a complicated problem and it is certainly worthy of introspection and self quantification but luckilyit's productivity robbing symptom, feeling tired and unfocused, is easy and cheap to fix.
Before we talk about accelerated language acquisition, using some exciting technologies, Memory Systems, Dual N-Back Pro and SuperMemo, let's talk about accelerated personal development. Why is it that some people languish in personal development purgatory for years or decades while other people read a book, take a course, listen to a podcast, apply the knowledge and get meaningful (or profitable!) results fast? The most practical, measurable and none woo woo answer to this conundrum is that the person who gets more results, faster has a mind with healthier Neuroplasticity mechanisms. Neuroplasticity, is a chemical process that occurs on the molecular and cellular levels of our brain's gray matter, it results in new brain cells being manufactured and synaptic connections forming in the mind.
In the past few weeks I've found a seriously awesome free app for streamlining my online video consumption, Incoming TV.
Watching online videos presents some serious information consumption problems for the savvy lifehacker: Distraction, a YouTube video turns what was supposed to be a 30 second visit to Twitter into a 7 minute distraction from work in the middle of a busy morning. Buffering, how often is your viewer experience and the creator's original vision molested by bandwidth buffering? How many valuable moments of your life have been wasted waiting for a video to buffer? Ads, online video is becoming decreasingly ad free, as a lifehacker I do abhor paying my finite attention to a 30 or 60 seconds ad before the video I'm watching. Wifi Connectivity, as an international digital vegabond, sometimes the moments I'd most like to spend watching Youtube video I don't have a wifi connection. While I'm waiting in line at the airport I'd like to catch up with a few of my favorite video bloggers. Or watch a documentary about infamous drug lords while I'm on a bus ride.
The traveler's trail is a boulevard of tragic stories of lost iPhones, Android Devices that (like in their clever commercials) grew legs and ran away, pilfered ergonomic earphones, stolen laptops, absentee underwear and most seriously, misplaced passports. Losing your stuff while traveling sucks, not only because of inconvenience, the stress, the replacement costs but more importantly because of the time it takes that could be spent enjoying travel, doing cool things and connecting with interesting people. This article will present some bizarre memory systems, life hacks and uncommon yet practical solutions for not losing your valuable stuff while traveling.
Consistency of Placement
The most common sense (yet uncommonly practiced) solution to not losing your stuff is this simple: keep your things in the same place. One of the biggest reasons people lose things, temporarily and permanently, is that they leave them in new places because of convenience or absentmindedness. You are rushing to meet friends for dinner so you leave your shaver in the hostel bathroom or you are exhausted after a long flight so you fall asleep with your laptop on your bed. Resist this temptation, and create a system for keeping your stuff in the same place. Here's a few practical examples:
My passport - Goes in the back internal zipper container of my backpack or in my left pocket next to my wallet.
My iPod Earphones - Goes under my pillowcase while I'm sleeping or wrapped around my Android in my pocket.
My Fancy Fedora - Goes under my bed behind my toiletries case.
My Laptop - Goes in my backpack under my bed or in a safe box.
My USB Cables - Goes next to my underwear compartment in my luggage.
Here's a stupid thing to say that also guarantees you are NOT going to be very persuasive: There are studies showing that [blank]... The [blank] is a point of view someone is trying to prove or convince others of and almost 100% of the time this statement fails to do so. There are several ways that people are persuaded: by objective evidence (data), 3rd party reports or testimonials or by appeals to their own experience. Claiming that studies exist to support your point does none of these things.
If you say this without giving supporting, specific details about the study anyone worth convincing will successfully challenge the validity of the nameless study you are citing. While this seems like terribly common sense, you hear people say it all the time, during discussions, debates and even on interviews.
The Solution: Is to remember just a few specific details of the study and data it produced.
The country or university it was conducted at?
Date or time period over which the study was conducted?
Specific statistics or data from the study.
Books you read that referenced the study.
The Problem: If you're like most people you probably are not great at remembering this kind of specific information. What a great opportunity to practice memory systems when you most need to be persuasive!
A Limitless Mindset is not just about the scientific persuit of optimized neurotransmitters or a herculean athletic practice of mental gymnastics. It's also about living a kickass, fun lifestyle and getting more of what you want sooner.
These articles were once a $47 multimedia ebook (which you can download for free now). A specific diet of brain power rich foods is a corner stone of a Limitless mind. It's really impossible to become truly limitless without practicing a purposeful diet.
Social dynamics is the study of the art of charm in social, business and dating situations. Check the articles below for tactics and strategies you can start using immediately to become more persuasive.
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