The Gambit Angle
I have a friend who does bar tricks and bar magic and bar conversational gambits that he uses to successfully get a lot of women, but he doesn’t use them like most people use them.
What most people do as they go up to their actual target and they try to use magic or gambits or tricks to demonstrate authority in the hopes that their target will recognize that authority in their target will become attracted to them.
What this does is every single time it doesn’t work that radiates a kind of attraction a failed pickup attempt that everyone in the bar notices. So the longer you do this unsuccessfully the less likely is going to work.
The way my friend uses this technique is the opposite. The longer he does it the more likely it will work. The more likely will work on more people he starts off by going up to groups any presents them with a kind of a puzzle usually a word puzzle that’s based on some kind of pseudo-logic.
Solve This Get A Free Drink
He says if you can solve this puzzle I will buy you a drink or by everybody drink but if you can’t solve this puzzle you have to buy me a drink. These puzzles are based on pseudo-logic.
The difference between puzzles and actual difficult subjects is that difficult subjects take a long time to learn. For example if you went to college to study computer programming any kind of programming language you would take a long time. There would be a definite learning curve.
As you spent time on the learning curve you would understand the subject. Puzzles, as soon as we see the answer we understand the answer. This makes puzzles much different than actual learning.
Puzzles present themselves in a couple of interesting ways in the world naturally. The first way is in inventions, every invention is almost like a puzzle. Once the invention happens everybody sees it and everyone kind thinks it’s genius, why didn’t I think of that.
Why Didn’t I Think Of That?
As soon as somebody invents something, everybody sees it, everybody uses it. It’s very simple to understand, but for some reason most people have these biases to seeing puzzles before the answer is shown to them.
If you can re-calibrate your brain to step back from your biases and see things more objectively, it will be a lot easier to solve puzzles first before anybody else does.
If you want to be an inventor you can solve puzzles first it can help you to make a lot of money. Another way puzzles present themselves whenever we have a conversation with another person whenever you walk up and talk to someone whom you have any kind of intention.
That intention in order to get that intention it’s like trying to solve and interpersonal people puzzle the thing about interpersonal people puzzles is there much easier to solve then inventions and other pseudo-logic.
Reverse Bias Polarity
Most people project the way to solve their own puzzles. Most people have a lot of nonverbal body language that will at least tell you if you’re getting close to solving the puzzle browser.
A logic puzzle just sits there. It is an abstract thought and it doesn’t change at all when you’re thinking about it, trying to solve but it. If you’re talking to another person and you’re getting closer to solve their puzzle they almost project the combination to their lock. The structure of the key that will unlock the intention that you want from them.
To be able to solve people puzzles is a lot easier than solving pseudo-logic puzzles because people project the answers to those puzzles.
One of the more interesting inventions that was so easy to see after it was invented but it took a long time to create the solution was the stirrup.
History Changing Invention
For up to 1000 years, people fought on horseback without using a stirrup. Historians tell us that whoever invented the stirrup gave that particular army a significant advantage. It essentially changed the structure of history.
Whoever had the stirrup for their army had a significant advantage. This changed how they were able to fight on the battlefield.
What my friend does is he walks up to these groups, he presents the puzzle to the group and most of the people can’t solve the puzzle. He gets his free drink and he moves on to the next group.
While he’s doing this to the groups he doesn’t radiate any sexual energy. He doesn’t try to pick up any of the girls in the group. What he does is he goes through the entire bar he talked all these different groups and each time he does it each time he presents the puzzle each time they can’t solve the puzzle.
Long Game Authority Angle
Each time he gives them the answer to the puzzle and they laugh and smile and thanked him and buy him a drink he’s creating massive authority for himself.
After about an hour of doing that, the entire bar the entire club, the entire social event sees him as a massive authority. There’s massive social proof that sees him as an authority that’s when he turns on maximum sexual energy.
Once he has established authority and social proof and he fires up his sexual energy. That triggers the subconscious seduction competition among all the women.
Sit Back And Wait
All he has to do is sit back and wait for the hottest girls to come to him and invariably he takes them home with him.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.