If you’re like most guys, you want to learn more about how to pick up women.
The problem is that when you start looking for more information, you find most guys making this stuff WAY too complicated.
That’s why with everything I teach, I try to make things as simple as possible. So today I want to help you out, by giving you 3 specific “Big Picture” things to focus on when you’re figuring out how to pick up women.
Here they are:
1) Social dominance. Being socially dominant, means making sure that you are the center of attention in any conversation. It means controlling the conversational topics, doing the majority of the talking and most importantly speaking in a loud, clear voice.
2) Fitting a Sexualized Stereotype. You don’t need to re-invent the wheel when it comes to seducing women. You want to model your style, presentation, voice tone, etc on a sexual stereotype that the media has already created for you. It doesn’t matter if you’re fat, old, bald or ugly there is a sexualized stereotype that will make you come off as sexy.
3) Social proof/status. Social Proof is one of the most scientifically proven tactics of persuasion. Social Proof invokes group think and has led scientifically to almost 90% of women reporting more attraction to a man who is seen in the company of other women or seen getting good reactions from other women versus a man seen alone. Social proof and social status are the mechanisms that allow ordinary looking men like myself to regularly date and sleep with women who have modeled for Maxim, Playboy, FHM and more.
Women are biologically designed to look to mate with someone higher than them in a social hierarchy. If you can prove you’re that guy using my tested strategies, the world of more women than you can imagine becomes yours.
So rather than focus on a million things when you’re getting started with this whole learning how to pickup women thing, focus on being socially dominant in all your interactions, adopting a sexualized stereotype persona, and lastly building and leveraging the principle of social proof/status.No comments