We all know there’s two aspects of game. Inner game, and outer game. If you study any teachings of any guru, you know they’re heavily focused on outer game.
Is this the best course of action?
Sure, there’s the idea of being to “fake it till you make it.” You can effectively “pretend” you’ve got solid inner game, and put on a strong outer game, and pretty soon your inner game will catch up.
There’s also this idea of “form follows function, and function follows form.” This means that your inner game will follow your outer game, and your outer game will follow your inner game.
For example, if you were in a neutral state of mind, and you forced yourself to walk around with your hands in your pockets, your shoulders slumped, and staring at the ground, pretty soon you’d feel like crap.
Your eventual inner feelings (crap) will follow your outer expressions.
The opposite is also true. Starting from neutral, if you threw your shoulders back, walked upright, and forced a bit grin on your face, pretty soon you’d be laughing and in a pretty good mood.
However, this isn’t always equally viable in both directions. Sometimes your inner game (good or bad) will have a much, much greater effect than your outer game.
No matter how hard you try, if you’ve got weak inner game (low self esteem, low self confidence, low self image, low self worth) walking in to a room full of playboy bunnies is going to be nerve racking no matter how many “killer openers” you’ve got memorized.
Especially if you look around at the competition, and see plenty of A-listers with tons of cash to spend.
On the other hand, when you’ve got rock solid inner game, where you believe deep down in your core that you’ve got more to offer than any other guy out there, you can walk into any room, anywhere, any time, and suddenly become the center of attention.
In truth, strong inner game will ALWAYS trump outer game, no matter where you are.
You know this.
If you’ve incredibly strong inner game, you could go over there and talk about pancake recipes and she’d still want to slip in between your sheets.
She’d later tell her friends that there was just “something about him that made her crazy…”
That “something” is incredibly solid, confident and unwavering inner game.
Luckily, there’s an easy way to get some.
Combining the powers of hypnosis, metaphor, and brainwave entrainment, which opens up your mind to a deep level of permanent learning, you can quickly transform your inner outlook, for massive outer success.
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