Seemed I touched off a nerve recently.
I mentioned something that most would like to remain unmentioned.
See, one of the problems with human nature is we are all black belt Jedi ninjas when it comes to self-deception.
One of the hardest things for people to do is to take responsibility for their actions.
If you’ve ever called a girl (or a guy for that matter) on their B.S., it’s amazing how squirrely their arguments can get to avoid admitting any sort of wrong doing.
The danger with this type of thinking is not how we avoid responsibility to others, but to ourselves.
Any time you don’t get what you want, there’s two things you can do.
Chalk it up to a lack of skills, experience, or personal behavior.
Or blame somebody.
I don’t need to tell you that most of us are quick to blame others, regardless of what happened, and slow to take a good, hard look in the mirror.
(Incidentally, politicians have been making use of the facet of human nature since the dawn of time)
Regardless of who’s REALLY to blame, looking in the mirror, rather than pointing our finger, gives YOU ultimate power.
Say a pick up goes south. Maybe you didn’t get a number, she brushed off a kino advance, or didn’t show up when she said she would.
Sure, it helps the ego, gets you support from your buddies, and eases that emotional gut punch to blame her, or blame women in general.
But this is just short term relief. It won’t motivate you to increase your skills.
It will just make it easier for you to blame “her” next time.
Is it sometimes her fault? Absolutely. But so what? Blaming her gets you nothing but a bunch of other like minded fools (who also aren’t getting any) telling you what a horrible world it is.
But look in the mirror, and ask yourself:
“What could I have done differently? What could I have done better? What can I learn from this?”
BEFORE you go pointing your finger.
You do this after EVERY interaction, and you’ll suddenly see something most guys don’t.
That you can get SOMETHING out of EVERY interaction with women.
Experience, learning, practice.
But you won’t get any of this if you go crying to your boys every time about how evil and manipulative and flakey women are.
After all, you want to develop mad skills with women, right?
You want to keep getting better and better, so you have more and more choices, right?
You want to develop such incredibly persuasive seductive skills that women will be lining up to just have a spot in your black book, right?
Of course you do!
One thing that can make it quicker is if you leverage the insane powers of hypnosis to jump-start your assertive skills.
The backbone of any seduction.