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In this official US Navy photograph, we get a rare look at the inside of a Japanese midget submarine as it was being dismantled. At this point in the process, engineers were carefully removing the batteries, which, if you've listened to this week's episode, you'll know was a daunting task.
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Why are there individuals who are extremely skilled at reading others’ mind and making great guesses on what they're actually thinking or even feeling. Have you ever dream to understand your peers thoughts before they had the chance to speak them? To be capable of read the minds of the others? Did you know that there is an evidence that we can develop our perceptual skills and become better at reading other people’s feelings and thoughts.
That's why we have Jonathan Pritchard the founder of Like a Mind Reader who can help us unlock the secrets and powers of mind reading. He will share with us his stories on how it all started and how he become a Professional Mind Reader. We will dig deep into this episode as we talks more about: * How do mind readers communicate with their audience. * Ways to discover and work in your Zone of Genius. * The power of personal Narrative. * Benefits of being a mind reader. * Tips to become a better mind communicator.
Japan built hundreds of midget submarines during the course of the war, but the ones used at Pearl Harbor were unique--namely because of their front. In this official US Navy photograph, we see the front of Kazuo Sakamaki's HA-19. The bulbs at the top and bottom were the torpedoes he never got a chance to fire, and the figure-eight piece of metal is an anti-submarine net device, built to cut through any nets that the men might encounter. This device was found only on the subs used on December 7.
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