by: Yevgeniy Grytsenko
Imagine you can know top 7 desires people are biologically programmed with…
This means that subconscious minds of people are automatically pulling them to achieve these desires, usually overcoming any reason and logic. So, next time you wonder “why do people who can barely afford it finance expensive cars and pay premium insurance by giving their heard-earned dollars to look cool”, you’ll know the answer.
And yes, this also means you can intercept these same hard-earned dollars in your pocket. Don’t feel bad about it, you aren’t robbing anyone, in fact you are helping them find a solution to their problem. If these dollars won’t go in your pocket, they WILL go to someone else’s. But the bottom line is the dollars will go, they won’t stay, because people love spending money on what they love buying. And what do they love buying most? That is the real question.
Basically, the answer is tangible and intangible “things” that help them attain their top 7 desires.
Here they are in a nutshell:
1. Survival, enjoyment and life extension. Think of the illusive diet powders, magic youth pills, health products and even safer cars.
2. Freedom from fear, pain and avoidance of dangers. Think of medications and safety courses but also think of “avoidance behavior” too – what people don’t do because of this desire. Meeting this desire can easily block one’s progress.
3. Relationships. People want to have good relationships (either short term or long term). The dating sites are very prevalent everywhere today. They can be subtle or obvious. Think of “dating” sites, alcohol, short skirts, muscle t-shirts and certain behaviors that’s conducted to meet this desire. People want to feel sexy. In fact, rightly or wrongly, people will go to the extreme to fulfill this desire!
4. Comfortable living. Think of larger house, better apartment, things inside the house, furniture and relocating.
5. Superiority and victory. Think of “my child is better than yours”, expensive designer brand clothes, luxury cars, abuse of the credit card, compulsive shopping for expensive non-essentials and “The
Joneses” movie with David Duchovny. “The Joneses” movie clearly demonstrates how to cash-in on this desire as well as real dangers of it. While it is technically a movie, I personally witnessed over 90% of the behavior when I lived in California. It is very real!