No, I’m pretty sure the machines hate me

No, I’m pretty sure the machines hate me

I recently posted an article about Cybermen. Like half my articles, it was about mind training. It even has the phrase “personal growth” in the headline.

It’s hard to find public domain photos of these Doctor Who villains, though, so I used the next best thing as a banner image: symbolism. In this case, a machine (representing the ‘logical’ style of thinking) playing a piano (representing personal growth).

Sure, I put some thought into that image. But really I picked in on a whim.

Like all my articles, I published it and forgot about it.

Until I noticed it was attracting more likes on LinkedIn than usual. I looked into it and quickly found why: someone with more followers than me (not hard) shared it with their followers.

And added the tag #ai.

Uh… huh.

It’s not about AI. It mentions neither ‘artificial’ nor ‘intelligence’; neither ‘machine’ nor ‘learning’. It is, funnily enough, about personal growth.

(I’m pretty sure the machines hate me – and if they don’t yet, they will in a few days when I talk about how to fight back against automation. If you’re here for the latest goss on neural networks, I only talk about the squishy kind.)

As of this writing, it even attracted a comment… that was based on my choice of picture. Nothing to do with the article itself.

What’s my point?

Well, I have something that’ll help boost your natural intelligence. I know that’s a big claim, but that’s because I have powerful tools. Using hypnosis, you can easily enter a state of mind where you’re open to learning.

Sometimes ideas click easily for you. Other times it’s a struggle. The difference isn’t in the material – it’s in your approach to it.

That’s why people who are ‘untalented’ in something – sports, maths, languages, singing… – can become superstars. It’s about hard work, enthusiasm and changing the way you think about the topic.

So change the way you think about it.

But here’s the bad news:

This product I offer… well, you can’t just look at the image. The image is pretty neat – a stack of books with some words nearby. But if you want the benefits, you actually have to listen to the hypnotic audios.

I know, I know, I ask a lot of my readers.

I think you’re capable of it though.

And if you have been putting in the work with enthusiasm, and you’re not getting the results you want yet, this will get you there easier and faster. What a difference the right state of mind makes.

It’s as simple as visiting this page:

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