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A person who believes a huge financial gamble is about to pay off experiences the same brain activity as in one about to get a hit of cocaine, and the thought of a financial windfall is even more...
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As you market, consider that people are getting more comfortable talking to robots, but they want you to really be you.
A person who believes a huge financial gamble is about to pay off experiences the same brain activity as in one about to get a hit of cocaine, and the thought of a financial windfall is even more powerful than the sight of a naked body, he writes.
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