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This video uses a class of high school students to demonstrate a psychological concept known as “learned helplessness.” It shows how quickly people can be conditioned to believe they have no control over their current situation, resulting in their acting helpless in future situations.
The following Wikipedia page offers a more in-depth look at this concept:
It turns out that the psychological profile of a compelling leader (think of tech pioneers like Jeff Bezos, Larry Ellison, and Steve Jobs) is also that of the compulsive risk taker, someone with a high degree of novelty-seeking behavior. In short, what we seek in leaders is often the same kind of personality traits that are found in addicts, whether they are dependent on gambling, alcohol, sex, or drugs.
My Total Experience Immersion program takes men from normal to superhuman in 60 days. If you are wondering exactly how I accomplish that, you may want to have a look at the all new Total Experience Immersion page on my website. It’s been completely rewritten and expanded to include information about the science and medical procedures I use. You will also find CPT-4 procedure codes that you can download to find out what parts of the program will be covered by your medical insurance provider. More information is available on the following webpage:
In last month’s newsletter, I told you about the “Everything I Do Is Wrong” campaign, which made fun of how women go insane once a month with PMS. The campaign’s solution was that men should buy milk for their women, which the campaign claimed would calm the women back to something closely resembling sanity. As I predicted, it pissed off a bunch of people.
Simply brilliant marketing. Half of the people responded with “How dare they make fun of that! That’s sexist!” The other half of the people (like me) just laughed their asses off. Either way, everyone was telling their friends about it.
What disappointed me was what they did with the “all publicity is good publicity” they received. They took down all the advertisements and replaced the website. When you go to the old website at:
You will be redirected to the new website at:
A friend of mine voiced his disappointment in an email to me by saying, “I guess the ad guys at the Milk Council ended up being just like the dudes in their ad …whipped bitches… everything they do is wrong.” I couldn’t have said it better myself. You can go to the following webpage to see some of the absolutely hilarious ads they pulled down.
That’s it for now… Go make it happen!