Lakes Are Different
I remember a fishing lesson I learned once.
Way back in boy scouts.
This was the first time I’d fish in a lake.
Before, it had always been in the ocean.
Either off a pier or one of this big party boats.
Anyhow, the guy teaching me said it’s a bit more complex than fishing off a pier or a boat.
Fishing off a pier or a boat requires you only toss your line in the water and wait.
But in a lake, you need to participate in the process.
First, cast your line out there.
Let it plop into the water and sink down a bit.
Let all the fish know it’s there.
Then slowly reel it in.
So the fish that are interested can follow it.
Then if you get a bit of a nibble, you have to interact effectively with the nibbler.
If you suddenly yank like crazy, you’ll lose it.
You have to let the fish take its time.
And you have to wait until the fish commits.
Nibbling is different than taking a bite.
Nibbling is curious, slightly interested.
Biting is a little bit more.
But taking a chomp and then making a run for it is commitment.
You can think of dating the same way.
Most people without a lot of experience imagine it as being over simplified.
Like you walk up, say a few lines, and she’s hooked.
But words themselves don’t create attraction.
Her thinking about you.
Or you thinking about her.
You see a girl and she’s physically attractive.
You exchange a few words and leave for whatever reason.
THEN you think about her.
As you think about her, you build up your desire for her.
This is just like in sales.
Most customers need to see an offer plenty of times before buying something.
It’s very, very rare for a salesperson to cold approach somebody and get a sale.
A much better approach is to slide them down a sales funnel.
With products, with ideas and with dating.
Talk to her (or him) and make them feel good.
Give them time to think about you.
Let their desire for you grow in their mind.
Then hit them up again.
Build more desire, and then split.
Just like a sales funnel.
Now, how do you make them feel good?
It’s just like fishing.
You need “bait” that you know they’ll like.
How can you possibly know this if you’ve never met them before?
Because deep down, we all like the same things.
Talk to them (anybody) about these things and they’ll feel good.
Make this part of your natural personality and EVERYBODY you talk to will feel good.
This can create a much easier, and much happier life for you.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.