If you can talk a good game, you’ll have an advantage over pretty much every body else on the planet.
This is true in pretty much ALL aspects of life, but it’s especially true of seduction.
Why? Humans left behind all other mammals a long, long time ago.
Meaning that when the girl is scanning the “pack” to see who the “alpha male” is, humans have a far more complicated strategy than all other animals.
Peacocks have huge colorful tails, silverback gorillas have sheer size, wolves have ferocity, but humans have something much more civilized.
Now, I know this can be hard to accept. Especially when Hollywood has some idea that alpha males are the type who crush anything in their path and have super kung fu macho skills.
Keep in mind that these “alpha” characters are written by largely “beta” script writers, based not only on what they THINK alpha would be like, but what they think they masses (the paying movie goers) are conditioned to BELIEVE that “alphas” are like.
But if you’ve ever known a guy that was a REAL alpha, not just with women, but in business and regular relationships as well, he wasn’t a cyborg kung fu fighter who beat the crap out everybody that disagreed with him.
He was more likely a very personable, likeable character, who had one massive skill.
He didn’t speak in grunts or short sentences. He spoke in thoughtful, elegant thoughts that captured the imagination of everybody that was listening.
He had enough verbal flexibility to overcome and outframe any argument, all while maintaining his charm and charisma.
Not only did he “win” arguments, but people felt good about themselves when he did.
This is the sign of a true “alpha.” Somebody that interacts with others, and makes them feel better for it. Not worse.
If you want to gain the verbal skills of a true alpha, there’s a set of incredibly versatile language patterns that will help.
Originally designed for therapy, and later applied to sales, these are an essential set of tools in your seduction tool kit, giving you the verbal charm and charisma to move people’s emotions to just where you’d like them to be.