Fore-edge Painting 1947 – Unusual Occupations Series
This video from the Unusual Occupations short film series is about fore-edge book painting, where a scene painted on the edges of the pages of a book. It has been shot 1947.
The “Unusual Occupations” series of theatrical short subjects was produced by Jerry Fairbanks Studios and released by Paramount Pictures from 1937 through 1949.
This remarkable collection throws a spotlight on ordinary, everyday people who chose “the path less taken” in pursuit of extraordinary odd jobs, crazy careers and hysterical hobbies. “Unusual Occupations” is also an incredible chronicle of pop culture, lifestyles and remarkable achievements by individuals the world over.
Sometimes outrageous (a woman who kills fleas, outfits them in evening attire and then sells them), often remarkable (a young illustrator shows-off his line of fanciful sculptures – the first film footage ever captured of a young Dr. Seuss) and always enlightening (meet Conchita Cintron – the world’s first female bullfighter), these astounding hidden histories are more riveting today than when they first premiered.
Filmed in beautiful 35mm Nitrate Cinecolor and Magnacolor, there are 74 individual ten minute episodes presenting hundreds and hundreds of compelling stories.
Notes are very basic there was a lot more info which you can find online or at Bindi Bindi Dreaming. I’m still learning about what country means and the lingo so please feel free to comment on corrections.
– Aboriginal folks don’t eat the same thing all year round. They have 6 seasons and are 90% veg only having Kangaroo sauce around June/July.
– Marissa talked about the different ways to wear kangaroo skin and applying oil on specific places for health and cooling.
– How they did not get ill because they eat mostly raw, no rice flour etc
Walks us around the bush
– Peppermint – oil medicinal. Story – smoking ceremony, pile on fire and hang the children upside down but not to cook them. Similar to a few tribal practices of smoking the environment or smoke ‘baths’.
– One sided Bottle brush – good for sweet honey drink – http://sercul.org.au/bushtucker/BushTuckerFactSheet_One-sidedBottlebrush.pdf
– Wattle trees use for house frame.
– Banksia candle – has sweet buds just to chew on. When they’re yellow soak in water and have a drink.
– Yellow butter cup – have the petals. Most of all this is to get the moisture and keep hydrated.
– Xanthorrhoea/Balga – the middle/heart is nice like celery, different stuff for different things like thatching, when they first start to flower it tells you you’re in the north, can be used to make fires with coal, they used to burn it to get the resin for tools and construction.
– Nut inside (Quandong) rudraksha looking thing has higher Vitamin C than orange, bitter to kick start immune system.
– Plants and people in mooro country – Get the free book here!
– Outback pride products – click here.
– Talks about spirits talking to you through the animals and nature connections with them.
So there was a lot more info but I was busy enjoying the white butterflies, taking pictures and videos which can be found on the Duncraig Edible Garden facebook page if I haven’t posted them below.
noongar culture Bush tucker Talk by @Marissa Verma from Bindi Bindi Dreaming at Duncraig Edible Garden – Click here for…
The Ultimate Goals Program – How to Get Everything You Want Faster Than You Ever Thought Possible by (Audiobook/Program) Brian Tracy
Quick note: The book has a lot of great knowledge but if you’re like me and want to get down to business just answer all the below questions but make sure you set a special time to do it as it’s intense.
Breakdown of questions/exercise/notes:
Unlocking Your True Potential
1. Imagine that you have the inborn ability to achieve any goal you could ever set for yourself. What do you really want to be, have, and do?
2. What are the activities that give you your greatest sense of meaning and purpose in life?
3. Look at your personal and work life today and identify how your own thinking has created your world. What should you, could you, change?
4. What do you think and talk about most of the time: what you want or what you don’t want?
5. What is the price you will have to pay to achieve the goals that are most important to you?
6. What one action should you take immediately as the result of your answers to the above questions?
Taking Charge of Your Life
1. Identify your biggest problem or source of negativity in life today. In what ways are you responsible for this situation?
2. See yourself as the President of your own company. How would you act differently if you owned 100% of the shares?
3. Resolve today to stop blaming anyone else for anything and instead accept complete responsibility in every area of your life. What actions should you be taking?
4. Stop making excuses and start making progress. List some of your favorite excuses. Now, imagine that they have no basis in fact and act accordingly.
5. See yourself as the primary creative force in your own life. You are where you are and what you are because of your own choices and decisions. What should you change?
6. Make a list of anyone you need to forgive in your life. Now, resolve today to forgive anyone who has ever hurt you in any way. Let it go. Refuse to discuss it again. Instead, get so busy working on something that is important to you that you don’t have time to think about it again.
Creating Your Future and Clarifying Your Values
1. Imagine that there is a solution to every problem, a way to overcome every limitation, and no limit on achieving every goal you can set for yourself. What would you do differently?
2. Practice “back from the future thinking.” Project forward five years and look back to the present. What would have to have happened for your world to be ideal?
3. Imagine your financial life were perfect in every way. How much would you be earning? How much would you be worth? What steps could you take, starting today, to make these goals a reality?
4. Imagine your family and personal life were perfect. What would it look like? What should you start doing more or less of, starting today?
5. Plan your perfect calendar. Design your year from January to December as if you had no limitations. What would you change, starting today?
6. Imagine that your levels of health and fitness were perfect in every way. What could you do, starting today, to make your vision into a reality?
7. Make a list of 3-5 of your most important values in life today. What do you really believe in and stand for?
8. What qualities and values are you best known for today among the people who know you?
9. What do you consider to be the most important values guiding your relationships?
10. What are your values regarding money and financial success? Are you practicing these values daily?
11. Describe your picture of an ideal person, the person you would most want to be if you had no limitations.
12. Write your own obituary, to be read to your friends and family at your funeral, exactly as you would like to be remembered.
13. What one change could you make in your behavior today that would help you to live in greater harmony with your values?
Deciding Your True Goals and Your Major Definite Purpose
1. Write down your three most important goals in life right now.
2. What are your three most pressing problems or worries right now?
3. If you won a million dollars cash, tax free, what changes in your life would you make immediately?
4. What do you really love to do? What gives you the greatest feelings of value, importance, and satisfaction?
5. If you could wave a magic wand over your life and have anything you wanted, what would you wish for?
6. What would you do, how would you spend your time, if you only had six months left to live?
7. What would you really want to do with your life, especially if you had no limitations?
8. What one great thing would you dare to dream if you knew you could not fail?
9. Make a list of ten goals you would like to achieve in the months and years ahead, in the present tense. Select the one goal from that list that would have the greatest positive impact on your life.
10. Determine how you will measure progress and success in the achieving of this goal. Write it down.
11. Make a list of everything you can think of to do that will move you toward your goal. Take immediate action on at least one thing.
12. Determine the price you will have to pay in additional work, time, and commitment to achieve your goal, and then get busy paying that price.
Analyzing Your Beliefs and Getting Started
1. “Act as if!” If you were one of the most competent and highly respected people in your field, how would you think, act, and feel differently from today?
2. Imagine that you have a “golden touch” with regard to money. If you were an extremely competent money manager, how would you handle your finances?
3. Identify the self-limiting beliefs that could be holding you back. How would you act if they were completely untrue?
4. Select a belief that you would most like to have about yourself at a deep inner level. Pretend as if you already believe this to be true.
5. Look into the most difficult situation you are dealing with right now. What valuable lessons does it contain that can help you to be better in the future?
6. Determine the reality of your current situation relative to your major goals. Where are you now and how far do you have to go?
7. Apply the zero-based thinking principle to every area of your life. What are you doing today that you wouldn’t get into again if you had it to do over, knowing what you now know?
8. Do a complete financial analysis of your life. How much are you earning today and how much are you worth? What are your goals in these areas?
9. Do a complete skills analysis on yourself and your work. Where are you good? Where do you need to improve?
10. Determine exactly how much you earn each hour and what it is you do to earn that amount. What do you have to do to increase your hourly rate in the months ahead?
11. Imagine your future were perfect in every way. What would have to happen to make that vision a reality?
Measuring Your Progress and Removing the Roadblocks
1. Determine a single measure that you can use to grade your progress and success in each area of life. Refer to it daily.
2. Determine the most important part of your job as it affects your income, and measure your daily activities in that area.
3. Set a minimum, specific amount for daily, weekly, and monthly saving and investment, and discipline yourself to put away those amounts.
4. Break down every large goal into measurable, controllable parts, then focus on accomplishing each part on a fixed deadline.
5. Make it a game with yourself to set benchmarks, measures, scorecards, targets and deadlines for every goal, then focus on those numbers and dates. The goals will take care of themselves.
6. Resolve to accomplish at least one specific part of a larger goal each day, and never miss a day.
7. Identify a major goal and then ask, “Why aren’t I there already? What is holding me back?” List everything you can think of.
8. Look inward and face the possibility that it is your own fears and doubts that are your biggest roadblocks to success.
9. Identify the constraint or limiting factor, in yourself or the situation, that sets the speed at which you achieve your goal.
10. Develop several definitions of your major problem or obstacle. Ask, “What else is the problem?”
11. Define your best solution as a goal, set a deadline, make a plan of action and then get busy on your plan. Work on it every day until the problem is solved or the obstacle is removed.
Becoming an Expert and Getting with the Right People
1. Resolve today to join the top 10% of people in your field. Make a lifelong commitment to excellence.
2. Identify the key result areas of your job, the things you “absolutely, positively” have to do well to be successful in your field.
3. Identify your weakest key area and start a “do-it-to-yourself” project to become excellent in that area.
4. Determine the additional knowledge you will need to get to the top of your field, then develop a plan to acquire that knowledge.
5. Dedicate yourself to lifelong learning. Read, listen to audio programs, attend courses and seminars, then put what you learn into action as quickly as you can.
6. Make a list of the most important people in your work and business life. Develop a plan to help each person in some way.
7. Make a list of the most important people in your personal life and determine the kind of relationships you want to have with them. What will you have to do to achieve these relationships?
8. Identify the groups and organizations in your community and your field that would be helpful for you to join. Phone today and arrange to attend the next meeting.
9. Make a list of the top people in your community, or in your field, and make a plan to get to know them personally.
10. Look for every opportunity to expand your social and business circle. Send people letters, cards, faxes, and emails. Build bridges at every opportunity.
Making a Plan of Action and Managing Your Time Well
1. Make a list of everything that you can think of that you will have to do to achieve your goal. Leave nothing out.
2. Organize your list by priority; what is the most important task or activity? The second most important? And so on.
3. Organize your list by sequence. What must be done before something else can be done?
4. Determine how much time and money it will take to achieve your goal or complete your task. Do you have the time and resources necessary for success?
5. Revisit and revise your plan regularly, especially when you get new information or when things are not going as you had expected. Be prepared to change if you need to.
6. Make a list of everything you would like to be, do, or have in the months and years ahead. Analyze your list and select those items that can have the greatest possible consequences on your life.
7. The evening before, make a list of everything you have to do the next day. Let your subconscious mind work on your list while you sleep.
8. Organize your list by priority using the 80/20 Rule and the ABCDE Method. Before you begin, separate the urgent from the non-urgent and the important from the nonimportant.
9. Select the most important task, the one with the greatest possible consequences for completion or non-completion, and circle it, making it your A-1 job.
10. Begin immediately on your most important task and then discipline yourself to concentrate single-mindedly on this one task until it is 100% complete.
Your Goals — Review Regularly and Visualize Continually
1. If you haven’t already done so, write down 10-15 goals that you would like to achieve in the foreseeable future.
2. Create a set of 3×5 index cards with your goals written out in the positive, personal, present tense. Carry these with you wherever you go.
3. Each night before you go to sleep, visualize and imagine your goals as they would be when you have achieved them.
4. Think of three things you could do to achieve each of your goals. Always think in terms of specific actions you could take.
5. Discipline yourself to rewrite your goals every day, without reviewing your previous list, until you become absolutely convinced that achieving your goals is inevitable.
6. Project forward and imagine that your life were perfect in every respect. What would it look like? Whatever your answer, imagine this picture regularly.
7. Cut out pictures of the things you would like to have and the person you would like to be in the future. Look at these pictures and think about what you could do to turn them into reality.
8. Practice mental rehearsal before every event of importance. See yourself in your mind’s eye as performing at your very best in everything you do or attempt.
9. Continually feed your mind with clear, exciting, emotional pictures. Remember, your imagination is your preview of life’s coming attractions.
10.Design your own dream house, dream business, or dream career. Write down every ingredient it would have if it were perfect in every respect. Visualize this as a reality every day.
Activating Your Superconscious Mind and Remaining Flexible
1. Recall a time when you had a superconscious experience that solved a problem or enabled you to achieve a goal. Reflect on the process and think about how you can duplicate it.
2. Select your most important goal, your major definite purpose, and visualize it clearly, over and over, with complete confidence that it will materialize at exactly the right time for you.
3. Begin the daily practice of solitude and meditation. During this time, just let your mind relax and float from subject to subject until exactly the right answer to the right question pops into your mind.
4. Make it a practice to take action on a superconscious idea as soon as it comes into your mind. Don’t hesitate. Have complete faith that only the best can happen when you trust in this power.
5. Try to solve your problem with single-minded concentration. If that doesn’t work, get your mind busy elsewhere. At exactly the right time, the ideal solution will emerge from your intuition or appear in your life.
6. Regularly ask yourself the question, “What do I really, really want to do with my life?” Then make sure that your current goals and activities are in harmony with your answer.
7. Be completely honest and realistic with your life and goals. Resolve to see the world as it is, not as you wish it were or could be. What changes does this practice suggest?
8. Be willing to admit, in each area of your life where you experience stress or resistance, that you could be wrong or that you have made a mistake. Resolve today to cut your losses wherever possible.
9. If the situation has changed, or you have new information, be willing to change your mind and make a new decision based on the facts as they exist today. Refuse to persist on a course of action that does not make good sense.
10. Look into each problem or obstacle you face and seek the valuable lesson or benefit it contains. Should you change your direction or course of action based on new information or experience? If so, do it now.
Unlocking Your Creativity and Moving Forward Every Day
1. Select your most important goal, or biggest problem, and write it at the top of a sheet of paper as a question. Then discipline yourself to generate 20 answers to that question, and immediately implement one of those answers.
2. Systematically approach every problem by defining it clearly, developing possible solutions, making a decision, then implementing the solution as soon as possible.
3. Think on paper. Write down every detail of a problem or goal and look for simple, practical ways to solve the problem or achieve the goal.
4. Identify the best and worst things that could happen to you in the months ahead. Determine what you could do to reduce the effects of the worst outcomes and maximize the benefits of the best possible outcomes.
5. You are only as free as your options. Develop a plan B for every important area of your business and personal life.
6. Resolve today to pick up the pace in your life. Move faster from task to task. Walk quickly. Develop a higher tempo of activity.
7. Imagine you were going away tomorrow for a month and you had to get caught up on everything before you left. Work as hard and as fast as you do just before you leave for vacation.
8. Practice tight time planning. Imagine that you only had half the time available to get the job done, and work with a sense of urgency all day long.
9. Continually ask for more responsibility, and when you get it, complete the task quickly and well. This one habit will continually open doors of opportunity for you.
10. From now on, resolve to get up one hour earlier and get going immediately. Work through lunchtime and coffee breaks. Stay an hour later to get caught up and ready for the next day. These additions will double your productivity and put you onto the fast track in your career.
Persist Until You Succeed and Take Action Today
1. Identify the biggest challenge or problem facing you today on the way to achieving your biggest goal. Imagine that it has been sent to test your resolve and desire. Decide that you will never give up.
2. Identify the occasions where your determination to persist was the key to your success. Remind yourself of those experiences whenever you face difficulties or discouragement of any kind.
3. Resolve in advance that as long as you intensely desire your goal, you will never give up until you achieve it.
4. Look into every problem, difficulty, obstacle, or setback for the seed of an equal or greater benefit or opportunity. You will always find something that can help you.
5. In every situation, resolve to be solution-oriented and action-oriented. Always think in terms of the things you can do right now to solve your problems or achieve your goals, and then get started! Never give up.
When things go wrong, as they sometimes will.
When the road you’re trudging seems all up hill.
When the funds are low and the debts are high.
And you want to smile, but you have to sigh.
When care is pressing you down a bit.
Rest, if you must, but don’t you quit.
Life is queer with its twists and turns.
As every one of us sometimes learns.
And many a failure turns about
When he might have won had he stuck it out.
Don’t give up though the pace seems slow —
You may succeed with another blow.
Success is failure turned inside out —
The silver tint of the clouds of doubt.
And you never can tell how close you are.
It may be near when it seems so far.
So stick to the fight when you’re hardest hit —
It’s when things seem worst that you must not QUIT.
1. Unlock Your Potential — Always remember that your true potential is unlimited. Whatever you have accomplished in life up to now has only been a preparation for the amazing things you can accomplish in the future.
2. Take Charge of Your Life — You are completely responsible for everything you are today, for everything you think, say and do, and for everything you become from this moment forward. Refuse to make excuses or to blame others. Instead, make progress toward your goals every day.
3. Create Your Own Future — Imagine that you have no limitations on what you can do, be, or have in the months and years ahead. Think about and plan your future as if you had all the resources you needed to create any life that you desire.
4. Clarify Your Values — Your innermost values and convictions define you as a person. Take the time to think through what you really believe in and care about in each area of your life. Refuse to deviate from what you feel is right for you.
5. Determine Your True Goals — Decide for yourself what you really want to accomplish in every area of your life. Clarity is essential for happiness and highperformance living.
6. Decide Upon Your Major Definite Purpose — You need a central purpose to build your life around. There must be a single goal that will help you to achieve your other goals more than any other. Decide what it is for you and work on it all the time.
7. Analyze Your Beliefs — Your beliefs about your own abilities, and about the world around you, will have more of an impact on your feelings and actions than any other factor. Make sure that your beliefs are positive and consistent with achieving everything that is possible for you.
8. Start at the Beginning — Do a careful analysis of your starting point before you set off toward the achievement of your goal. Determine your exact situation today and be both honest and realistic about what you want to accomplish in the future.
9. Measure Your Progress — Set clear benchmarks, measures, metrics, and scorecards for yourself on the road to your goals. These measures help you to assess how well you are doing and enable you to make necessary adjustments and corrections as you go along.
10. Eliminate the Roadblocks — Success boils down to the ability to solve problems and remove obstacles on the path to your goal. Fortunately, problem solving is a skill you can master with practice, and thereby achieve your goals faster than you ever thought possible.
11. Become an Expert in Your Field — You have within you, right now, the ability to be one of the very best at what you do, to join the top 10% in your field. Set this as a goal, work on it every day, and never stop working at it until you get there.
12. Get Around the Right People — Your choices of people with whom to live, work, and socialize will have more of an affect on your success than any other factor. Resolve today to associate only with people you like, respect, and admire. Fly with the eagles if you want to be an eagle yourself.
13. Make a Plan of Action — An ordinary person with a well thought-out plan will run circles around a genius without one. Your ability to plan and organize in advance will enable you to accomplish even the biggest and most complex goals.
14. Manage Your Time Well — Learn how to double and triple your productivity, performance, and output by practicing practical and proven time management principles. Always set priorities before you begin, then concentrate on the most valuable use of your time.
15. Review Your Goals Regularly — Take time every day, every week, every month to review and reevaluate your goals and objectives. Make sure that you are still on track and that you are still working toward things that are important to you. Be prepared to modify your goals and plans with new information.
16. Continually Visualize Your Goals — Direct the movies of your mind. Your imagination is the preview of your life’s coming attractions. Repeatedly “see” your goals as if they already existed. Your clear, exciting mental images activate all your mental powers and attract your goals into your life.
17. Activate Your Superconscious Mind — You have within you and around you an incredible power that will bring you everything and anything you want or need. Take the time regularly to tap into this amazing source of ideas and insights for goal attainment.
18. Remain Flexible at All Times — Be clear about your goal, but be flexible about the process of achieving it. Be constantly open and aware of new, better, faster, cheaper ways to achieve the same result. If something is not working, be willing to try a different approach.
19. Unlock Your Inborn Creativity — You have more creative ability to solve problems and come up with new and better ways for goal attainment than you have ever used. You are a potential genius. You can tap into your intelligence to overcome any obstacle and achieve any goal you can set for yourself.
20. Do Something Every Day — Use the “Momentum Principle of Success” by getting started toward your goal and then doing something every day that moves you closer to what you want to accomplish. Action orientation is essential to your success.
21. Persist Until You Succeed — In the final analysis, your ability to persist longer than anyone else is the one quality that will guarantee great success in life. Persistence is self-discipline in action, and it is the true measure of your belief in yourself. Resolve in advance that you will never, never give up!
Table of Contents
Session 1: Unlocking Your True Potential
Session 2: Taking Charge of Your Life
Session 3: Creating Your Future and Clarifying Your Values
Session 4: Deciding Your True Goals and Your Major Definite Purpose
Session 5: Analyzing Your Beliefs and Getting Started
Session 6: Measuring Your Progress and Removing the Roadblocks
Session 7: Becoming an Expert and Getting with the Right People
Session 8: Making a Plan of Action and Managing Your Time Well
Session 9: Your Goals — Review Regularly and Visualize Continually
Session 10: Activating Your Superconscious Mind and Remaining Flexible
Session 11: Unlocking Your Creativity and Moving Forward Every Day
Session 12: Persist Until You Succeed and Take Action Today
– You may be broke but you’re not broken.
– Man disconnects from nature and because of that he hurts it, in-turn hurting himself.
– The ‘system’ has demonized tobacco (mapacho) by adding their own chemicals and crap. The real stuff is sacred and is still used as protection by the shamans.
– Puking – Get it out, give it to mother earth.
– The right song can fix anything.
– As influencers you need to be heard.
– Nature rewards courage.
– Smell bypasses intellect and goes to the heart. Good way to meditate and no wonder they were constantly spraying stuff in the seminar.
– Leads > Sales > Fulfilment = Business
– I think my friend Malindi started the Chocolate Yogi thing but wow had most of their flavours and they’re sooo good!
– I gazing exercise and hugging.
– Talks about plant medicine and shamanic work.
– Free resources at http://www.thegrandinitiative.com/#!videos/c1246
– We have been working with drums, fire, plants, real food, music longer than we have been without.
– Marketing his products of course and doing some drumming around a guy working with animals. That whole I sense something in you stuff.
– American Apparel don’t use touching up or photoshop their models… look it up.
– Just when I was thinking that he didn’t talk about he started with the 30 day challenge not to eat meat. And advice for Vegans was to stop being such higher than thou pricks.
– 5 minutes of telling each other our stories. Talks about every exercise where people where given talking sticks and they talked about what matters to them and their values, never once is money mentioned.
– Own the computer, don’t let it own you.
– Body lotions, shampoo etc. If you can’t eat it don’t put it on your body.
– Getting fondled at the airport (cracked me up).
– 3 papers NLP exercise. Present State, Present +1 State and Desired State. Something Hypnotica really backs and been meaning to do it so glad was finally taken through it.
– I want to clear up this notion that the curries you eat in restaurants or what ‘tourists’ taste in India is not real Indian food so for Jeffrey to make it sound like that is what everyone in India eats is just ignorant.
– Ask for the sale – This is it do you want it? Then tell them how to buy it. Don’t chat, sell properly and listen well.
– Best thing we can do for ourselves is what we do for our clients.
1. Who is your perfect customer.
2. Evaluate 10 customers you have (are they close to the perfect customer?).
3. Does your marketing attract such customers? Do sales training if you need it.
4. Package and position well. Use customer language vs. your language. Also keep actual results vs. precieved results in mind (what they see on google and SEO and FB likes etc). Where is the imbalance there?
Nature Is Speaking – Julia Roberts
A Higher Conscious Conversation – From the film My Dinner With Andre
Questions before 1st Shamanic Journey
A – What could really challenge you?
B – What terrifies me?
C – What are you not willing to let go of?
D – What is your biggest gift to the world?
Draw a stick figure and specify where you feel fear.
Questions before 2nd Shamanic Journey
A – What are you willing to let go of?
B – What fears are you willing to let go of?
C – How might I experience my own medicine?
D – What greatness lies within me that I am afraid to see and feel?
E – What fear do I have about my sexuality and creativity?
F – What is my intention for this journey?
– Amazing shamanic journey. The drums, flutes, dongs, aromatic spray and burning smells of mapacho/tobacco etc reminded me of gong puja and yagnas etc. Felt like I was lucid dreaming until the screams lol. Then the music was driving me nuts I wanted the remix of the yeha noha sacred spirit song and rattles and drumming by Ono Teave. Very tribal.
– Love your client 1st.
– Before having the coffees – qualify. Know if you’re chatting or selling and if you’d both suit each other.
– Be curious about the person, what they want and why.
– Ask if they are a decision maker in a subtle way.
– What do they want, their values and frustrations.
– 80% questions, 20% statements (10% of which should be metaphors).
– Sell an experience and come out from behind the brand, be the face.
– Take the value/vibe down by asking what is not working.
– Then take it back up by asking what would happen if things go the way they want it to go. That is where real value/trust/authenticity is created.
– Now it’s time to act! Get that yes! Or the NLP 3 yes’s.
– Details: Time to sell the product with the positives.
– Money talk. Their profit and your price. If there is a hesitance, address it.
– If you’re international you need a .com site.
Terence McKenna – On Culture and Language: You Matter (Video)
– Wake up no snooze and to sunlight. No electronics near the bed or on air-plane mode.
– Lot of water.
– Jumping for 20 seconds (wow this felt so good).
– Cold press/coconut oil pulling.
– Morning smoothie with all sorts especially reishi mushroom extract. Get it from superfeast.com.au He likes avocado in there too but said ayurveda don’t so look that up. Get wild and organic stuff.
– Feet in the dirt (Jeffrey has video on grounding).
– Weed is getting legal because it’s purity has been hijacked.
– What is your glass ceiling, keep questioning deeper, be your own CCTV.
– Do you embody your mission, vision and value?
– Make a list specific to what you want.
Breaking News: Some Bullshit Happening Somewhere
– Know what you’re selling when you get on stage.
– Usually 90 minute sections for each goal when talking. e.g. Stuart Zadel and his crew.
– Plant in the centre, look around the room. Connect with someone for 3 seconds.
– Walk around. Guys should touch only guys first and not women and they are watching!
– Vulnerable speakers hit home more.
– Ask for permission before telling a story.
– How many of you… question with your hand up strong and sure will get better results.
– Presentation slides should be pictures which get emotions.
– Xavier Rudd – Spirit Bird
– Ono Teave – Shamanic Journet Drumming and Rattling (1 hour or 30 minutes of beats)
Not the most captivating books form Malcolm. Hell I think my audiobook was not even complete and I didn’t care… so most of the summary is taken from elsewhere. Update: As I typed down the table of contents I realised it’s not a bad book. I just can’t use most of the info in my life.
– Paying extra for loreal because of the illusion of being worth it.
– Dropping 2 Alka-Seltzer instead of one in adverts and double sales.
– Scud missiles detection pictures and cancer diagnosis not done properly because of not well trained people mistaking trucks.
– Politics of sampling, copying. Intellectual property.
– Warnings and clues for 911 and Kenya bombing.
– Choking = thinking too much, panicking = thinking too little.
– Blacks fail in tests, whites can’t jump under stereotype threat.
PART 1 – Obsessives, Pioneers, and Other Varieties of Minor Genius
– The Pitchman: Ron Popeil and the Conquest of the American Kitchen
– The Ketchup Conundrum: Mustard Now Comes in Dozens of Varieties Why Has Ketchup Stayed the Same?
– Blowing Up: How Nassim Taleb Turned the Inevitability of Disaster into an Investment Strategy
– True Colours: Hair Dye and the Hidden History of Postwar America
– John Rock’s Error: What the Inventor of the Birth Control Pill Didn’t Know About Women’s Health
– What the Dog Saw: Cesar Millan and the Movements of Mastery
PART2 – Theories, Predictions, and Diagnoses
– Open Secrets: Enron, Intelligence, and the Perils of Too Much Information
– Million Dollar Murray: Why Problems like Homelessness May Be Easier to Solve Than to Manage
– The Picture Problem: Mammography, Air Power, and the Limits of Looking
– Something Borrowed: Should a Charge of Plagiarism Ruin Your Life?
– Connecting the Dots: The Paradoxes of Intelligence Reform
– The Art of Failure: Why Some People Choke and Others Panic
– Blowup: Who Can Be Blamed for a Disaster like the Challenger Explosion? No One, and We’d Better Get Used to It
PART 3 – Personality, Character, and Intelligence
– Late Bloomers: Why Do We Equate Genius with Precocity
– Most Likely to Succeed: How Do We Hire When We Can’t Tell Who’s Right for the Job?
– Dangerous Minds: Criminal Profiling Made Easy
– The Talen Myth: Are Smart People Overrated?
– The New-Boy Network: Do Job Interviews Really Tell Us?
– Troublemakers: What Pit Bulls Can Teach Us About Crime