Attractiveness

Attractiveness is more than just who you like, it’s about appeal. Interestingly some of the best ways to appeal appear in availibity.
Have an open body language to show that you are available and smile. It’s always okay to relax, and needed especially for those long days. But the pay off of attractiveness may be worth it. Sacrifice the sloaching and stand up tall. While doing this, is it possible you attract a new acquaintance? Yes maybe it is. If you are sloaching, what does that say about your availability? 

Let’s talk about your style. To appeal to avalibilty, whether it’s at work, class, or the public, there always seems to be a style or ideal that shows you are dedicated to this area of your life. Body language is important, but style will really demonstrate that you are available because it is achieved in free time with money. 

When it comes to talking, talk slow. Talking slower may increase the focus of your fellow chatters but also show your calm and control. Don’t focus on anything else but the person you are talking too, as focusing away can be a sign of weakness! What is so urgent that you cannot finish a conversation? Ditching a conversation will show you aren’t available to them. 

As a whole, some things to remember are to avoid being boring. Engage in emotions with people, and ignore social scripts. You shouldn’t have any reason to hold back on what you want to say. Not only is this engaging, but gives people purpose and makes them feel important. Odds are you might attract them again!

And lastly, people need to see your hands! Studies have shown that people can’t trust you if they can’t see your hands. So whip those hands out, and be more attractive!! This is Zac Spencer, saying goodnight and have a great (better) life. 

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Let’s talk about authority, second most important to success.

Note that this article is based on the physcology from the Stanford Prison Experiment, and I do not agree with the morals. We should however, understand what people in the world may use today. More will be posted tonight 8 pm PST.

Never ask anyone if you should be doing something, in fact, throw them off on your purpose for doing it. Some ways of this are: 

•Deception

•Asking misleading questions

•Do not have any qualities that point out your intentions 

•Do not ask about experiences you brought on

•Have more than one authority with you

•Be specific and clear about your a reason you’re doing something

•Avoid contact

•Don’t tell them what’s happening

But that’s just the beginning. You can keep someone exactly where you want them if you create a new identity for them. They will memorize it. 

The findings from this experiment was shared with the U.S. House Committee on the Judiciary not but a couple days after. Seem familiar? The difference between a guard and prisoner is that a guard doesn’t react differently, no matter who is observing him. He has one personality (all the time, doesn’t care if you care). If you have more than one personality, odds are that you are being a puppet for people.

But listen to this, nobody can control someone without individuality, but you need to crush others individuality just to have control. It’s you or them. Plus this may explain why girls get pleasure out of making you feel just like every other guy. It’s control. Control is all we have. With less control, humans accept themselves as lower human beings and become attached to that identity. 

To prove to you the importance of everything I’ve said today, just know that now with this study, juveniles accused of federal crimes are no longer housed before trial with adult prisoners, due to the risk of violence against them. And let me remind you that the ultimate authority that fits all these descriptions so far is in fact our government. 

Seek control, and crush others control. It’s a process, if you are starting from the bottom, people will feel inferior to you. Which means you took their control, good job.

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Although authority can be achieved, it is not going to achieve everything in your optimization journey or make you a better person. These techniques are not to be considered for use, but rather to be understood. The concept is that you may see this happening in your life, today, tomorrow, or maybe from the past. I hope you found this useful, read our other blogs on broad power and optimization. This is Zac Spencer, Sunday, expect more posts commonly once again.

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Using Ego for success

This is in part 2 to my latest blog about Manifesting. If I were a viewer I would go back and read that first or this blog might not make a lot of sense. But seriously guys, if you’re reading this today happy Tuesday! Today is a great day, many people forget that their life is lived everyday aside from the weekend. It’s always time to live. 

It’s always time to live, but it’s never time to waste your time to live. Zac, now common, that doesn’t even make sense. It does, because it’s possible to live a life of productivity while being happy, everyday. I live my week days in luxury while downgrading my weekend for it. That way, my already-happy weekend is just like every other day. We can do this by using an Ego for success.

Egos are important to us as humans in the 2000’s especially. It’s an idea of what you represent, or a code for yourself. What if you made a code for success? Now that might be impossible, but the law of attraction plays a powerful part. An educated Ego with our laws is a powerful Ego. 

Read into later tonight for part 2, anyways, love you my people for reading this blog and leaving support, with regards to that, Zac Spencer.

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Losers vs Winners

You are only here under the presence of my permission. In this case, I am the winner and you are the loser. 

That may be politically incorrect but that’s how simple this world is. A podcast I listen to everyday identified this. He went to Stanford, and did an experiment; by doing a giveaway of 1,000 dollars, and told his viewers to comment what they would use it for. One comment said “I need the money so I can” (x), and many others. The people that stood out, never needed the money. They got what they wanted on their own. Saying “I will use the money to goto the mountain and expand my profession” or “I will grow my second business”. Two years later, they posted about their positive results about how they followed through. They never waited on this guy to give them money. No “ifs” or “whens” attached. 

 A winner has a simple engine, they give out permission to the world. A loser, however, waits… and waits… (and waits) for the worlds permission. You may ask: Zac why is that? Why does that make you a winner? Because if you decide to win under your own circumstances, you will win over, and over, and over, and over, and over again. That’s how winning is done. You just find a way. Just do it. You are the permission.

Billions are held back by someone who gives them verification. If you verify yourself, you will grow all the traits you need on your own. I, for example, am not waiting on viewers to come raiding into my blog. I will grow it regardless.

So to get to the point, resist those who you don’t need to listen too. With the best intentions, Zac Spencer.

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