It was a Saturday the weather was beautiful so I decided to have my lunch outside.
While climbing the deck, I looked down at my feet, and fear shot through my body.
I noticed a coiled-up rattlesnake sunning itself.
I jumped back and ran faster than light.
My heart was beating so hard I thought it would tear out of my chest.
But I decided to go back and have a second look at it.
So I moved towards the snake slowly.
And I noticed the rattler hadn't moved an inch.
I squinted my eyes to focus…
And saw fibers coming out of it, it was an old rope.
Yes, I Almost Gave Myself A Heart Attack For A Rope!
That day I understood, our mind is like a scared little puppy.
One little cue from the environment and it starts imagining the worst possible scenario.
In psychology, this tendency of our mind has been named “negativity bias”.
So why the mind has this negativity bias?
Because it wants to keep you alive.
For survival purposes, the brain evolved to learn quickly from negative experiences.
Back when we were living in the caves, ignoring a single threat meant getting eaten.
In the last few hundred years, our living situations have improved a lot, we are not living in a eat or be eaten world anymore.
Today the negativity bias no longer serves you.
It's trying to keep you safe, but holding you back from getting what you want.
For example, one cold-eyed stare from a beautiful girl is all it takes to trigger the negativity bias.
You start imagining all the reasons why she wouldn't go for you.
You are not tall enough, you are not good-looking enough.
How she would ignore you if you approach her.
Or worse insult you in front of everybody!
Once you start imagining these kinds of scenarios, your body tightens up, you start doubting everything you say.
And you know how that ends.
But if you stop for a second, you might realize it's another “rope as a snake” situation.
The negative bias is trying to keep you safe by imagining the worst.
Maybe you misread her body language.
Maybe it wasn't a cold stare after all.
Maybe you caught her checking you out and she pretended to be disinterested (We girls do this more often than you think.)
Most men don't have any clue how the “negativity bias” is destroying their chances of getting the girl they want.
But you do.
So now you must be thinking…
“Okay Marni, tell me how do I get rid of the negativity bias?”
The truth is you can't get rid of it.
It's hard-wired into your brain.
But you can override it.
Once you do this, game over, you are out of the rat race forever.
You won't even need any more dating tips or tricks!
Your subconscious will do the heavy lifting for you.
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