Game of Thrones: How Power Really 7 Red Flags In Dating You Should NEVER 2 days ago   11:03

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Game of Thrones: How Power Really Works

Game of Thrones is all about power games. What many people don't realize is that behind those power games are clashes of the way people see the world. There are clashes of frames. The people who can control these frames (like Tyrion Lannister and Tywin Lannister) tend to win over the Game of Thrones people who struggle more often (like Robb Stark).

There are tons of ways you can use this understanding of frames in your normal life. We'll look at three in this video

Note: the spoilers go up only through season 4, so if you haven't seen all the way to season 6, you are still good to watch

1) Breaking frames for persuasion (Tyrion vs. Shagga)
2) Frames in insults (Tyrion vs Robb Stark and Robb Stark vs. Jaime Lannister)
3) Frames to create options (Tyrion vs. Tywin and Tyrion vs. Lysa Arryn)

Let me know how you feel about these fictional breakdowns! I have never done one in the past and would love your feedback. Especially let me know if you like Game of Thrones related breakdowns, because there is a lot more I could potentially cover (like Tyrion's charisma and persuasive abilities)

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Nathaniel Smith
I absolutely love this video and the other one about persuasive techniques
Someone calls you Son, you say you're the Son of God.
Irene D.
Wow! That tiny actor has a strong, deep voice. Shocking! Usually like the Vernon actor (?) they have a very high pitched voice. This would be like Anthony Robbins having a helium voice. Weird! I've heard of this show but never seen 1 scene b4: I typically shun trendy crap and I don't like medieval times settings at all. Anyway, I don't understand British accents so thanks for the CC. Interesting video. I guess that's what I naturally do with cops: I disarm them (what you call break the "frame") by giving them the unexpected. By the time they left grinning, they never realize I what I did is I completely manipulated them & they did my bidding while I was pretending to do theirs. (Ya can't disarm a cop with a weapon, you'll lose every time!) Works every time. I learned that from yet another TV show.
Vince Peterson
Nice work. Loved it.
So....frame is intention, or how you are portraying an intention even if it's not how you feel genuinely?
Jorge Rubalcaba
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Colin McKENZlE
You will never see this, but would like you to frame Bruce Willis in the last boys scout. The scene when he uses humor to get the thug laughing and then kills him. Also when he ask's another bad for a light
Ebrahim Johnson
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Janice Murphy
If you demand a trial by combat you better have the tools to win that challenge. A W
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does the creating options thing apply to the us presidential election as well?
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I don't think this will work everytime
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7 Red Flags In Dating You Should NEVER Game of Thrones: How Power Really 2 days ago   09:43

Discover The 4 Emotions You Need To Make a Killer First Impression:

7 Red Flags In Dating You Should NEVER Ignore

One of the difficult things about dating is that sometimes people put a version of themselves forward that doesn't correspond to who they really are. So you can start a relationship, think you're dating this wonderful person and find out after several months that that's in fact not the case. And that's why in this video, I want to give you seven red flags that you absolutely need to be aware of to avoid dating someone that you don't want to be with. And this is true of both men and women and I'm gonna focus on things that aren't so obvious and not just jealousy or clinginess — things that might be happening that you're not noticing that if you did, you could save yourself a lot of pain.

So the first thing is that if the person that you are dating has friends that you don't like, chances are the person you're not like. dating is someone you eventually will Now, of course you want to treat them as an individual, right? You're saying, "They're not like their friends. They don't have these qualities so why should I ascribe to them qualities that I see in these other people?" And if that's a wonderful feeling but the truth is we are all products of the five people that we hang out with the most. We're like our friends especially if we spend a lot of time with them.

0:37 Check out the friends of the one you're dating
1:20 Check out how they treat waitstaff or service people
2:17 Be wary when they tell secrets that aren't supposed to be told
3:18 They're heavily engaged in social media
4:33 They had short-lasting relationships
5:38 They put all the responsibility onto their ex when they broke up
7:05 They have the idea of their partner being perfect

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