3-Minute Mental Hack to Take Control of Your Subconscious

Colin Galen
21 Feb 202311:24

Summary

TLDRThis insightful video explores the power of the unconscious mind and its influence on our most significant brain processes, such as creativity and problem-solving. The speaker, a top competitive programmer, shares personal experiences and strategies to harness this mental force for success. By identifying primal emotions like happiness and fear, viewers learn to condition their unconscious mind to care deeply about their goals. The video offers a simple daily habit to associate tasks with key motivators, encouraging the unconscious mind to work actively in the background, ultimately leading to improved performance and achievement.

Takeaways

  • 🧠 The unconscious mind is a powerful background process that controls many vital brain functions, including intuition, creativity, and much of our thinking.
  • πŸ’‘ Successful people are adept at harnessing the power of their unconscious mind to focus on their goals, often by thinking passively about problems during everyday activities.
  • πŸ€” The speaker, a top competitive programmer, attributes their rapid rise to the top to the unconscious mind's investment in their success, constantly generating ideas and improving problem-solving skills.
  • πŸ”‘ To control the unconscious mind, one must get it to care deeply about a task, which can be achieved by associating the task with strong emotions like happiness or fear of failure.
  • πŸ’­ The unconscious mind is likened to an ultra-powerful computer, with consciousness acting as the keyboard, directing what the computer does.
  • πŸ” The process of getting the unconscious mind to focus involves breaking down complex tasks into simpler parts that the unconscious mind can handle.
  • πŸ”— The concept of 'chain of motivation' is introduced, where one must trace back their motivations to fundamental primal emotions to truly engage the unconscious mind.
  • 🎯 To condition the unconscious mind, one should visualize success and happiness or the dread of failure while performing a task to create a strong association.
  • πŸ“ˆ A daily habit of a few minutes is suggested to reinforce this association, which involves understanding one's key motivators and linking tasks directly to them.
  • 🚫 The speaker warns against artificial motivators like money or prestige, as the unconscious mind does not inherently value these and will not be engaged by them.
  • πŸ’ͺ Ego can be a powerful motivator, and taking failure personally can drive the unconscious mind to work towards success.

Q & A

  • What is the primary function of the unconscious mind according to the video?

    -The unconscious mind controls many powerful brain processes such as intuition, insight, creativity, and most of the thinking that occurs in the background without conscious awareness.

  • How does the video suggest successful people utilize their unconscious mind?

    -Successful people are described as being able to focus the power of their unconscious mind on their goals, even during passive activities like showering or skydiving.

  • What is the speaker's claim to expertise in the video?

    -The speaker claims to be one of the world's best competitive programmers, attributing their success to the unconscious mind's investment in their problem-solving abilities.

  • What does the video suggest is the key to controlling the unconscious mind?

    -The key to controlling the unconscious mind is to make it care about something deeply, which can be achieved by caring about that something with strong emotions like love or fear of failure.

  • What is the 'chain of motivation' concept mentioned in the video?

    -The 'chain of motivation' is a method of questioning why someone wants to achieve a certain goal, tracing back through their motivations until reaching a fundamental, primal emotion that the unconscious mind recognizes and cares about.

  • How does the video describe the relationship between the conscious mind and the unconscious mind?

    -The conscious mind is likened to a keyboard that tells the unconscious mind, an ultra-powerful computer, what to do. The goal is to give the unconscious mind tasks that it will be motivated to help with.

  • What is the habit suggested in the video to keep the unconscious mind focused on a task?

    -The habit suggested is to spend a few minutes a day conditioning the unconscious mind by associating the task with key motivators, such as happiness or fear, through visualization and emotional association.

  • How does the video recommend associating tasks with primal emotions?

    -The video recommends visualizing success or failure while performing the task to create an association between the task and the emotions of happiness or dread, respectively.

  • What is the role of ego in the speaker's personal motivation chain?

    -In the speaker's personal motivation chain, ego plays a significant role as a motivator. Success boosts their ego, and failure makes them feel worthless, which strongly motivates the unconscious mind to contribute to their success.

  • What pitfalls does the video warn against when trying to condition the unconscious mind?

    -The video warns against feeling entitled to success, as this can lead to a loss of interest in the goal and disengage the unconscious mind. It also advises against creating artificial happiness or avoiding hard tasks for the sake of easy dopamine hits.

  • How does the video suggest maintaining the association between tasks and key motivators?

    -The video suggests maintaining the association by consistently performing the conditioning habit daily, which will help the unconscious mind recognize and care about the goal more effectively over time.

Outlines

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🧠 Harnessing the Power of the Unconscious Mind

This paragraph introduces the concept that the unconscious mind controls many powerful brain processes, including intuition, insight, creativity, and most of our thinking, which occurs in the background. It suggests that successful people have learned to harness this power. The speaker, a top competitive programmer, shares personal experiences of how the unconscious mind contributed to their success. The paragraph also explains the unconscious mind's role in automatic bodily functions and its potential to aid in complex thinking if the task is engaging enough. The speaker proposes a habit that can be practiced daily for a few minutes to focus the unconscious mind on desired goals, emphasizing the importance of making the unconscious mind care about the task at hand.

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πŸ”— The Chain of Motivation and Conditioning

The second paragraph delves into the 'chain of motivation', a method to identify and understand what drives an individual at a primal emotional level. It uses the example of studying computer science to illustrate how one might trace their motivations back to fundamental emotions like love or fear. The speaker advises focusing on these key motivators and associating tasks directly with positive or negative emotions to condition the unconscious mind. The concept of Pavlovian conditioning is introduced as a strategy to create a direct association between task progress and emotional responses. The habit suggested is to spend a few minutes each day reinforcing this association by visualizing success or failure while performing the task, aiming to make the unconscious mind care about the task by linking it with primal emotions.

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πŸš€ Maintaining Motivation and Avoiding Entitlement

In the final paragraph, the speaker discusses the importance of maintaining the conditioning to associate tasks with happiness and avoiding the trap of seeking artificial happiness through easy tasks. They caution against feeling entitled to success and emphasize the need to continue working towards goals. The speaker also shares personal insights on how ego can serve as a powerful motivator and encourages taking failures personally to spur the unconscious mind into action. The paragraph concludes with advice to keep the associations strong and to avoid letting them fade, suggesting that this practice can significantly impact one's life. Additionally, the speaker reflects on the style of the video and their intention to present new content.

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Keywords

πŸ’‘Unconscious Mind

The unconscious mind refers to the part of the mind that operates automatically and outside of conscious awareness, controlling many powerful brain processes such as intuition, creativity, and much of our thinking. In the video, it is emphasized as a significant force that can be harnessed for success. The script mentions that successful people know how to focus this 'incredible source of brain power' on their goals, highlighting its importance in achieving success.

πŸ’‘Intuition

Intuition is the ability to understand or know something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning. The video suggests that the unconscious mind plays a key role in intuition, which can be a powerful tool for problem-solving and decision-making. It is one of the processes that the unconscious mind handles, often leading to insights that can be crucial for success.

πŸ’‘Insight

Insight in the context of the video refers to the sudden understanding or realization of something, often coming from the unconscious mind. The speaker shares a personal experience where their unconscious mind provided a solution to a difficult problem through insight, demonstrating how the unconscious mind can work in the background to solve complex issues.

πŸ’‘Creativity

Creativity is the use of imagination or original ideas to produce something new and valuable. The script implies that the unconscious mind is a major contributor to creativity, as it is responsible for much of the background thinking and idea generation that leads to innovative solutions and creative works.

πŸ’‘Conscious Mind

The conscious mind is the part of our mind that is aware and in control of our thoughts and actions. The video contrasts the conscious mind with the unconscious mind, suggesting that while the conscious mind is weaker, it acts as a guide for the more powerful unconscious mind. The script uses the analogy of the conscious mind being like a keyboard, directing the 'ultra powerful computer' of the unconscious mind.

πŸ’‘Habit

A habit is a routine or behavior that is regularly performed and usually unconscious. The video proposes the development of a habit to keep the unconscious mind focused on desired outcomes. The habit involves a few minutes of daily practice to condition the unconscious mind to associate tasks with key motivators, such as happiness or fear.

πŸ’‘Motivation

Motivation in the video is described as the driving force behind actions and behaviors. It is essential for getting the unconscious mind to focus on and invest in a task. The speaker introduces the concept of 'key motivators' as primal emotions that the unconscious mind recognizes and responds to, such as happiness, fear, and survival.

πŸ’‘Pavlovian Conditioning

Pavlovian conditioning, named after the psychologist Ivan Pavlov, is a learning process in which a neutral stimulus comes to evoke a response after being paired with a stimulus that naturally triggers that response. In the video, the speaker suggests using a form of Pavlovian conditioning to associate tasks with positive or negative emotions, thereby influencing the unconscious mind to focus on those tasks.

πŸ’‘Ego

Ego in the context of the video is a person's self-esteem or sense of self-importance. The speaker discusses ego as a powerful motivator that can drive the unconscious mind to succeed. They share that their unconscious mind is highly invested in their success because any failure feels like a threat to their ego, which in turn, compels the unconscious mind to contribute to achieving goals.

πŸ’‘Success

Success in the video is portrayed as the achievement of one's goals or tasks. It is closely tied to the concept of motivation and the unconscious mind's investment in those goals. The speaker suggests that associating success with happiness or positive emotions can help focus the unconscious mind on achieving those outcomes.

πŸ’‘Failure

Failure is the inability to achieve a goal or the falling short of an expectation. The video discusses the importance of associating failure with negative emotions such as fear or dread. This association can motivate the unconscious mind to work towards avoiding those negative feelings, thus driving focus and effort towards the task at hand.

Highlights

The unconscious mind controls many powerful brain processes such as intuition, insight, creativity, and most of our background thinking.

Successful people know how to harness the power of their unconscious mind to focus on their goals.

High achievers can think about complex problems passively during everyday tasks, keeping their unconscious mind engaged.

The speaker, a top competitive programmer, credits their success to the unconscious mind's investment in improvement.

The unconscious mind is a background process that operates without conscious control, handling tasks like body regulation.

The unconscious mind is incredibly powerful and can assist with complex thinking when engaged.

Consciousness acts as a keyboard directing the unconscious mind, an ultra-powerful computer.

To engage the unconscious mind, one must care deeply about a task, evoking primal emotions like happiness or fear.

Artificial motivators like money or prestige do not inherently engage the unconscious mind; they must be tied to primal emotions.

The 'chain of motivation' is a method to identify primal emotions that can drive the unconscious mind.

Visualizing success and associating it with happiness can help the unconscious mind focus on a task.

Pavlovian conditioning can be used to associate tasks with positive or negative emotions to drive focus.

A daily habit of a few minutes can condition the unconscious mind to associate tasks with key motivators.

Understanding personal motivation and using it to condition the unconscious mind is crucial for success.

Ego can be a powerful motivator, driving the unconscious mind to avoid failure and preserve self-worth.

Avoiding feelings of entitlement and maintaining a strong association with goals is key to harnessing the unconscious mind.

The video introduces a new style to address the issue of originality and engage the audience.

Transcripts

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hi your unconscious mind is absolutely

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cracked seriously it controls so many of

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your most powerful brain processes

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intuition Insight most of creativity and

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basically the vast majority of the

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thinking you do all goes on in the

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background some have claimed your

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unconscious mind is hundreds or

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thousands of times more powerful than

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your conscious mind and I would say one

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of the biggest advantages that

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successful people have is that they know

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how to focus this incredible source of

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brain power on whatever they're trying

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to accomplish there's a famous post by a

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former world number one competitive

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programmer that claims the same thing

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the best people are all able to think

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about things passively even during

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random tasks like showering or skydiving

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and keep their unconscious mind focused

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on the tasks they're trying to figure

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out so you may be asking now how do you

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do this too how do you control the raw

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power of your unconscious mind and get

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it to listen to you and I'm going to

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offer you a habit something easy in fact

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something you only have to do for a few

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minutes a day to keep your unconscious

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mind focused on what you want but

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despite its Simplicity it'll work very

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well because it draws upon what drives

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your unconscious mind in the first place

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and that sounds really nice it is really

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nice so enjoy the video but first let me

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tell you who I am all my points are

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going to be logical but it'd be good if

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you can trust my experience too so I'm

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one of the world's best competitive

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programmers that means problem solving

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and I had an extremely quick rise to the

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top and probably the biggest reason for

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this is that my unconscious mind was

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extremely invested in My Success because

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even when I wasn't consciously thinking

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about problems my unconscious mind was

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churning out ideas in the background and

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constantly rewiring itself to get better

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and better at problem solving because it

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cared so much about Improvement and the

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hardest problem I ever solved in a

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contest was solved through Insight which

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is when you're unconscious mind out of

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nowhere gives you a really good idea in

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fact I personally kind of lost interest

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in the problem I thought it was too hard

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for me but my unconscious mind stayed

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focused and cooked up ideas in the

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background eventually gave me a really

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good idea that ended up being correct so

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my unconscious mind is very much on my

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side and after this video you're going

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to learn how to set that up for yourself

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too but before we start that let me give

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a bit of info on what the unconscious

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mind is and does for us and I'm not

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going to make the sciency so don't worry

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about technical stuff just some basic

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facts so what's important for this video

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is that your unconscious mind is a

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background process something you don't

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have conscious control over so by

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default it's doing random things like

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regulating your body temperature and

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making sure you're still breathing that

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you're breathing manually now that I

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mention it you're welcome and it's

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unbelievably powerful just think about

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how much your body does automatically

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things you don't even realize are

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happening even a fraction of that raw

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power can be incredibly helpful to you

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like let's do a speed test add two and

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three that was instant right probably

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before I even finished the sentence

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that's because the task was so simple

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your unconscious mind just decided to

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handle it for you now add these two

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numbers probably not so instant right

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you can break it down into a bunch of

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easy parts to your unconscious mind can

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handle but it probably can't do the

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whole thing and that's because you

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probably don't have the addition

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algorithm ingrained in your head so what

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you had to do is consciously perform the

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steps of addition with carrying and such

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and feed those smaller tasks to your

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unconscious mind to handle but that was

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orders of magnitude slower because your

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conscious mind is weak so you want your

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unconscious mind to do as much for you

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as possible and it's capable of a lot of

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complex thinking such as offering

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insights and intuition but only when

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it's interesting enough and there's a

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comment on my Android social media that

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summed up all my points better than I

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could basically your unconscious mind is

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this Ultra powerful computer and your

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Consciousness is like the keyboard

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telling that computer what to do and

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that's pretty much what's Happening Here

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your goal is to give your unconscious

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mind the task of helping you with

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whatever you're trying to do you may

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have to simplify your task you may have

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to break it into smaller pieces But

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ultimately you want your unconscious

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mind to focus its power on your task and

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the tricky bit is it's usually not

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necessarily just try the task for some

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people it is and we'll cover why very

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soon but for most people you have to do

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some extra work to get your unconscious

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mind really invested in it and finally

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now we'll talk about how you do that so

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now the question becomes how do you

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control your unconscious mind and give

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it a task for it to focus all its power

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on and the key is to get your

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unconscious mind to care about something

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and this will sound very dumb but to get

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your unconscious mind to care about

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something the only thing you have to do

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is to care about that something but I

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don't just mean caring I mean caring

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like loving something so much that just

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doing it brings you significant

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Happiness by default or on the other end

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of the spectrum caring so much that if

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you fail at something you feel like

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you're very survival is threatened you

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feel genuinely afraid of failure and

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these are things that your unconscious

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mind can recognize happiness fear

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survival very basic Primal fundamental

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human nature emotions that results from

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your caring your unconscious mind wants

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to be happy if you get good at your task

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or even just do your task you'll be

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happy Therefore your unconscious mind

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will focus on the task doing what you

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love is one easy way to accomplish that

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if you fail the task your survival will

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be threatened your unconscious mind

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doesn't want that so we'll focus on not

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failing the task and nothing artificial

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will work there's no inherent Primal

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value in money or Prestige or success or

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any of the things that motivate most

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people your unconscious mind just

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doesn't care and therefore I won't try

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to help you so if that's what you're

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working for you're gonna have to turn

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these artificial motivators into Primal

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emotions that your unconscious mind will

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care about so let's get into exactly how

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you do now let's start with an idea I've

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dubbed the chain of motivation so let's

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imagine a conversation with someone

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who's studying computer science they'll

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say I want to study computer science

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I'll ask why they'll say something else

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if their answer is that they love it

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then they've already won over their

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unconscious mind but they probably won't

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say that so let's imagine what else they

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can say for example they can want a good

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job and I'll ask why and they can say so

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they can earn a lot of money and I'll

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ask why and this can again Branch you to

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a bunch of different reasons let's

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imagine a common scenario they would say

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they want to support their family so I

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can again Ask Why and maybe this is the

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point where it becomes about happiness

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or love or emotional connections or

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whatever eventually it will reduce the

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sum set of Primal emotions or nothing at

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all and if it reduces to nothing then

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you should seriously consider why are

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you doing this at all what's the point

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if there's no benefit are you really

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just wasting your time if you don't get

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anything out of your thing this method

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won't help you but at the same time if

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you don't get anything out of it the

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thing might not be helping you at all so

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really consider that but if it does lead

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to some Primal emotions then your goal

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should be to focus on those and let's

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call these Primal emotions your are key

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motivators things that your unconscious

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mind recognizes and will focus on in the

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ideal scenario you love what you're

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doing and therefore your key motivators

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are right next to you that means your

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unconscious mind is by default focused

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on those key motivators and therefore

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also on the thing you're trying to do so

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you win but if you're watching this

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that's probably not the case your case

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probably looks like more like the

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hypothetical CS student so you want to

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turn your case into the ideal case and

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how do you do that well as an example

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try to visualize yourself achieving your

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goals for example having a lot of money

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being able to buy nice things Etc it's

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nice right probably brings you good

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feelings just think about how happy

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you'd be if things worked out for you

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let that happiness bleed into the

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present so what you ultimately want to

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do is associate your task directly with

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those good feelings skip the long chain

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of because this is what I want this task

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is how I get there nothing in between

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burn that Association into your head

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you've probably heard of pavlovian

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conditioning by using a metronome to

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Signal the arrival of food Pavlov got

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dogs to salivate just by hearing the

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metronome since ultimately they form the

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associate station between the metronome

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and the food that's ultimately your goal

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here you want progress on this task for

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example a success to directly associate

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with happiness and your unconscious mind

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will recognize this Association since it

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has to do with the key motivator and on

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the other end you can also try to get

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failure to associate with negative

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emotions and this is a risky game

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because you can make yourself unhappy

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but it will probably let you be even

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more focused since your unconscious mind

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will work on avoiding those negative

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emotions so I promised you a habit

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something you can do for only a few

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minutes a day what can you do to make

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this conditioning happen and the first

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thing you have to do is figure yourself

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out so on day one take some time out to

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figure out how your motivation Works

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have the why conversation with yourself

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inspect your motivation chain like

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literally draw out this diagram if you

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need to understand what drives you

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figure out what your key motivators are

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and on the rest of the days you can work

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on this conditioning you want to get rid

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of the stuff in the middle so Embrace

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Pavlov start doing your task and while

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you're doing your task think about

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whatever your key motivator is Imagine

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success imagine yourself getting what

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you want imagine happiness or imagine

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failure and Dread if you don't succeed

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in the task make yourself feel these

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positive or negative emotions while

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you're doing the task so that those

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emotions get associated with the task

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again nothing in between ignore the rest

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of the motivations in the chain just

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your task and the key motivator

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condition yourself to recognize that

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your task will directly lead to your key

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motivator in a similar vein you can

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reward or punish yourself for success

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and failure doing that will give

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yourself a direct short-term way of

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feeling those emotions as a result of

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your task and also visualize that reward

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or punishment while doing the task so

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you can associate those emotions with

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progress and that's the Habit spend a

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few minutes a day conditioning yourself

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you don't need to do it for a long time

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there are diminishing returns anyway you

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can do it multiple times a day or as

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often as you feel like and the more time

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you put in the faster your unconscious

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mind will recognize your goal but you

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don't have to do it that often for it to

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work just do it consistently and that's

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all you really need to do convince your

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unconscious mind to Care by associating

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your task of Primal emotions that it

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cares about mental change is achieved

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through repetition so do this daily and

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you'll see results fairly quickly just

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as Pavlov did some other things to note

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ego can be a very good key motivator so

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let's do out an example what's my

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motivation chain how does this work for

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me so why do I do competitive

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programming there are a lot of reasons

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for one I love problem solving and I

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also love coding so there's two good

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things but there's another reason that

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trumps both those and that's ego I did

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this problem solving stuff ultimately

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because I want to prove I'm smart so any

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success is a decent ego boost and any

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failure makes me feel basically

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worthless so obviously my unconscious

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mind has an incentive to contribute here

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and I've sort of done this conditioning

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automatically but I take any failure

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very personally it hurts to fail like

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physically it hurts I would say I'm that

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guy that equates failure with

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threatening my survival so my

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unconscious mind is very invested in My

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Success it's not exactly the healthiest

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setup but it works very well and you

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should take failure personally too for

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example suppose you can't learn

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something or you can't get good at

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something or whatever how can you let

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this minuscule task make a fool out of

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you it should bother you that you can't

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accomplish this I mean others probably

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have you should take it personally take

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it as a hit to Your Ego then your

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unconscious mind will want to preserve

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your ego so it'll help out a couple

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other things get this conditioning set

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up and make your task associated with

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happiness but then don't waste it don't

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like go out of your way to do easy tasks

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to get quick dopamine hits you should

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still do hard things do what you would

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normally do and do the tasks normally

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but just add in this conditioning every

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once in a while don't try to game your

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own system and create artificial

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happiness because that's not productive

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and won't get you anywhere and finally

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one easy trap to fall into is feeling

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entitled to success but don't no matter

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what you still have to work for your

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goals if you feel entitled you'll

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naturally lose interest in the goal and

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so your unconscious mind so block those

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feelings out don't give them any space

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in your mind stay focused on your task

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and your goal okay to finish up not that

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much to say like I said you can do this

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for a few minutes at a time you can do

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it multiple times a day probably for

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better effect but you don't have to do

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it for that long at a time and you

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should do it for a while keep the

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association strong and don't let it go

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away this will make a world of

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difference in your life so keep it up if

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you happen to already be doing what you

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love this won't help you because if you

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love it your unconscious mind will love

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it too but I suspect that's not the case

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for the vast majority of people and

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that's why this video exists to help

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those with other forms of motivation

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recognize that they need a more direct

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connection for their unconscious mind to

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get involved

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uh what else this is a different style

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of video or at least the title is I

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realized that a large issue with my

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recent videos has been originality so

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I'm trying this out to present something

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new for everyone and I hope it works but

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we'll see and I suppose that's it so

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that's all goodbye

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