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Every day, millions go in their cars, invest time, energy, money, buy coffee, pay $5 – “normal” behavior. There’s little logic behind many decisions – responsible, healthy choices are often ignored – what controls action – thought, feeling, decision, choice – free will?
Cigarettes, coffee, alcohol, soda, candy, video games – people rarely choose what’s logical for them – millions die each year fighting addictions they already want to stop – yet desperately crave – and can’t ignore or control – most popular decisions are not made with logic.
Goals fail more often than not never succeed (weight loss) – because something more powerful than logic drives behavior – craving (ice cream) – choices is often feelings – little craving for carrots, broccoli (logic) – lots for soda, candy, coffee, cigarettes, music (feelings).
A smoker can have a hole in their throat, cancer, dying – whole life destroyed – continue paying their killer often ridiculous prices for the “privilege” of continuing – without ever thinking how illogical action is – nobody’s obsessed with, craves, often wants, or chases broccoli (logic).
It’s not that we don’t want happiness or health – we’d rather choose what makes us happiness – but logical wants aren’t often the true force behind behavior – craving often ruins goals – because logic rarely controls choices, which drive action, and cause real-world results.
A brain – hijacked by a feeling – desperate to satisfy craving – will throw all logic out the window – do anything to satisfy craving – if we try influencing by logic, we fight against what has for centuries been scientifically and psychologically been proven to control most behavior.
Ever hear of Nestle, Reese’s, Pepsi, Hershey’s, Nabisco, Coca-Cola, McDonald’s? Why do we all know them? The billion dollar titans dominate for centuries selling craving – know any billion-dollar spinach – logical – titans?
Master influencers become experts in packaging desire – often totally ignore logic – sell pure craving – and, in return, have lifetime loyalty from millions who desperately want to quit their products – while ignoring healthy choices – paying whatever price they want for no benefit.
These influencers remain the most powerful, wealthy, and successful for a reason – people choose them not because they sell logic – because they never do – they offer craving – consider what’s offered as the benefit:
- High cholesterol?
- Heart attacks?
The answer is processed sugar – a highly addictive substance – they know it’s bad – but don’t care – ignore healthy choices – the craving which controls much of people’s behavior – that “high” that make us feel good – how do we apply this to control behavior?
We obviously can’t feed people sugar all day – we must create this “high” in others externally?… Social media, sports, tv, storytelling, music, movies – all do this perfectly – let’s explore step-by-step how it works:
Decision is often regulated by one question: will this make me feel good now… please my emotional mind – make me feel a “high”, desperate for the substance, more than others?… the sugariest snack gets 99% of the focus (emotional)- broccoli and carrots (logical) 1%.
Justin Bieber is rich, famous, and powerful – if Justin says “jump” – millions of women go, “how high?” and fight (often to insanity) for HIS approval… but why are they desperate for his approval (not someone else)?
Imagine, Justin – same person inside – never famous – works at McDonald’s, no money, lives in parents’ garage… do the millions – all who claim to “worship him”, be his “biggest fan”, “obsessed” with him (not his status) – is the interest in him – or the image he projects?
The value is the image – entertainment value – the “holy grail” in influence is emotion – never logic – best-selling (overpriced) products are clothing, jewelry, makeup, drugs (cigarettes, Tylenol, etc.) – not education – all one purpose: change an emotional state or reaction.
A smartphone, car, celebrity – is popular – until a newer, flashier model comes along – then it’s typically “old”, “outdated”, no longer desired – or the “B” word – BORING – broccoli or brussel sprouts – if that cigarette can’t stimulate emotion – the brain labels it no longer relevant.
Scientists, firefighters, mathematicians, physicists, teachers – all work very hard – many do the right thing – often dedicate enormous time and energy to helping – meanwhile, celebrities are worshiped far more for entertainment – giving others (often superficial) pleasure.
Many logical heroes exist – but don’t give that excitement “high” society is addicted to – most don’t crave logic – so the logical value is filtered out after 30 seconds – (logical) real heroes are often pushed to the side.
Imagine – for a moment – you possess the power to engineer irresistible craving in anyone… remember YOU don’t matter – our results are based on what our image says and does to others – with words and action – here’s an example:
Ever experience a relationship story, where the person has gone suicidal saying, “I can’t live without THEM!”?
Cigarettes and coffee (consumed objects), are a shift from relationships and phones, which never enter within our body, or control us directly – but realize far more powerful is external influence – billions have committed suicide over love – never on coffee or cigarettes.
As children, we don’t need “things” for happiness – our imagination is often beyond enough – why, as we age, do we think we “need” things we never required to be happy – suddenly craving just “appears” – and is “required” – or we’re an incomplete life?
If we never smoked, or drank, we don’t magically crave things we’ve never got an addiction for – addiction equals conditioning… what do we condition into people? Their own emotions (cravings for pleasure).
If we blocked eyes, ears, nose, and put smokers together, no one could react to the cigarette – won’t know it exists – but still crave for one – because the urge always was conditioned in THEM – not the object itself.
The promise of a FEELING (reward) their brain will give them is conditioned – over time they will feel a desperate need to fulfill that urge to have that thing, or person, because “withdrawal” (pain) at the mere thought of not having it makes them hurt.
They need things to be happy they never did – are miserable without – with no logic – the only remedy is their brain having that exact thing – but, if something could replicate that feeling – the object is irrelevant – they’ll pick whatever gives the feeling they’re after.
How does a brain decide what it want to fire cravings for, and what never will? How do we know when an action will stimulate addictive feelings, but another never will – here’s the formula:
A. Makes me feel better than now = “I want”… push toward pleasurable relief from thing/person.
B. Makes me feel NOTHING (or worse) = “stay away”… negative emotion pushes away from thing/person.
Person, food, smartphone, slot machine, anything – is it A or B? If it’s A, how do we make it B? Even the most boring story can be exciting with a change in storytelling.
It’s nothing to do with the person – it’s our action – whether they make others feel “A” or “B” – which control reaction, results, and reality g- we must only know how to choose successful behavior – behavior which reaches a desired result? But most people settle.
Many people normally don’t care when they feel “good” – they care about pain and pleasure – they’ settle for “normal” – as long as it relieves the pain – even for a minute – because they don’t see a better option.
A smoker rarely (if ever) feels “amazing”, nor coffee drinker, phone addict, alcoholic, gambler, or anyone in addiction – they’re scratching an “itch” – never get “orgasm” feelings – but even at outrageous prices – pay for small moments of relief, often with big costs later.
Why don’t parents use broccoli as a reward on children? It builds good habits, immune system, health – all logical things… and one problem – it’s not addictive (doesn’t deliver satisfaction for cravings).
In the 3% – not 97% – the child (and adult) wants that feeling inside the 97% – we must focus on giving it to them. – most parents “reward” children with cake, candy, cookies, video games… we’re conditioned from childhood to chase things which feel good NOW.
A child fears disappointing Santa, not because they’re worried about Santa’s feelings, or he’s a nice guy… they know – if they do – their reward (source of pleasure) may not come, and be replaced with pain-inducing punishment – many grow this strategy as adults for control:
If an adult wants to punish someone (partner, child, employee etc.), they may withhold (sex, sports, pizza, etc.) – whatever most emotionally motivates the other person to go under their control, they’ll threaten fear of loss – here’s what’s important:
People never withhold logical “rewards”… punishment is always fear of uncomfortable feeling – which motivates or demotivates us toward their desired action – what we’ve begun learning are the strategies to counter their manipulation (only better) – we get how it works.
Society encourages manipulation (they’ll never admit, through their action, often calling it “making a positive impression”) – at their core, they too are ususally trying to influence others – often saying, doing, and looking whatever they think will get the response they want…
Every time a person combs their hair thinking they’ll impress someone, get a job, or get a response, they plan their dress, talk, and act according to what they think will get the other person to give them the result they want – people often don’t say what they truly think/feel.
When this manipulation works they’re happy… when it doesn’t they often are upset, bitter, even angry at all the time, energy, and money wasted… but plenty of people are charismatic, persuasive, and still 110% their natural selves, not changing, just enhancing.
Manipulation is a gamble – persuasion isn’t – you’re not changing behavior – just being influential – uncover the truth about behavior, and perhaps change your life forever – get your free eBook – just enter your name and email below to get begin, then click “NEXT”: