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With You in Mind, Issue #35 - November, 2011 – How to Make Yourself Irresistible
November 12, 2011

With You in Mind, Issue #35 - November, 2011
How to Make Yourself Irresistible
A Newsletter about the Fascinating Way the Mind Works

In this Issue:
Way of the Mind's Article - How to Make Yourself Irresistible
Mind Boggling: Heavy Head
Mind Games: Party Handshakes
Mind Tickle, by Albert Einstein
What's on Your Mind? Your Questions
At the Back of My Mind - Next Newsletter


Already November! Where did time go? I have been busy updating my various websites, including my Palmistry website, which is getting more and more popular, and soon I'll be cruising again!
If you want to become more irresistible in preparation for the Holiday season, read this newsletter!
Enjoy your reading and remember that back issues of this newsletter can be found here.

Way of the Mind's Article - How to Make Yourself Irresistible

If you want to appear irresistible, remember that you usually have less than 20 seconds to make a good first impression. But do first impressions last? Yes, they do!
One reason is that, as human beings, once we decide that we like – or don’t like – a person, we don’t want to change our mind, unless we have compelling reasons to do so. And the second reason is that most of our decisions – some say all of them – are made by our subconscious mind, i.e. automatically. And, since we are still alive, it means that those automatic decisions seem to be the right ones, so why not trust our subconscious mind?
The seven “secrets” I am sharing here are meant to work directly on the subconscious mind of anyone you will interact with, so that they will find you irresistible as soon as they meet you… and maybe forever if you don’t blow it!

1. Appear Young and Beautiful
I say “appear” because you can do it even if you are 107 years old and look like the monster of Frankenstein! There are three ways to make yourself look young and beautiful.
a. Smile. A real smile, that is one that involves your eyes, not only your mouth, conveys:
- confidence: we are attracted to confident people.
- happiness: yes, misery loves company, but only as long as we are miserable. Otherwise, happy people are a lot more magnetic.
- enthusiasm: you are sharing your energy from deep down, en theos meaning “God inside”
- acceptance: when you smile, you are telling people you accept them, and you make them feel good.
b. Look Tall. Tall people appear to be better leaders than short people. However, if you are short but you hold your spine and your neck straight and you square your shoulders, you will give the impression of being tall. If you are already tall, never hunch. Posture is important to being irresistible! Read the rest of this article here.

Mind Boggling
Heavy Head
The human head is one-quarter of our total length at birth but only one-eighth of our total length by the time we reach adulthood. No wonder babies have such a hard time holding up their heads!

Mind Games
At a party, everybody shakes hands with each other once. There are 45 handshakes. How many people are there at the party?

You will find the solution in the next issue of With You in Mind but you still have time to think about it!

Solution of last newsletter's Mind Game:
Anne, Josée and Catherine are dating Alain, Thierry and Daniel.
Knowing that Catherine can't stand Daniel, that Josée dates Daniel's brother and that Thierry dates Josée's sister, who is dating whom?

Anne + Daniel, Josée + Alain, Catherine + Thierry

Congratulations to John M. who emailed me the right answer 11 minutes after the newsletter was sent. Quick and accurate, bravo John!

Mind Tickle
Most people say that is it is the intellect which makes a great scientist. They are wrong: it is character. - Albert Einstein

What's on Your Mind?
I would love to receive your questions, suggestions or comments. If you have an interesting question, I may decide to write an article about it!

At the Back of My Mind
Watch out for next month's newsletter. I will share ideas on improving memory.

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Till next time, keep me in mind!


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