Approach within three seconds.
Wait at least a day before calling, but don’t wait more than three.
Never leave a voicemail.
Only send one text per day.
Never compliment her on her looks.
These are just some of the “rules” you’ll hear in the seduction community, and on various forums and blogs.
While rules are helpful, we’re not making a cake here. We’re talking to real people, with real emotions, and real baggage.
No matter how many rules or techniques you memorize, you’re never REALLY going to know what’s coming.
Imagine if you were a door to door salesman. You had a hard a fast rule that you only knocked three times, and never waited for more than 93 seconds once you knocked. If nobody answered, you’d move on to the next house.
So you knock on the door of one particularly large house. You knock three times. You wait 93 seconds, and you turn and walk down the long driveway.
Then you hear a voice from an upstairs window, “Hey, are you selling vacuum cleaners?” You are, in fact selling vacuum cleaners. But it’s already been 130 seconds. Do you turn around, or obey your “rules”?
You decide to turn around. The lady of the house was upstairs, struggling with diarrhea.
She tells you to please wait. Finally, after about twenty minutes, she comes downstairs.
Turns out she works for a large vacuum cleaner distributor, and wants to buy 1000 units. You’re profit on each unit is $50. Not a bad day.
Is this story realistic? Of course not. But it does illustrate a point. If you ONLY follow your hard and fast rules, some hot, read to go honeys are gonna slip through the cracks.
How do you know when to follow the rules, and when to throw ’em out the window?
Only your experience can tell you.
That is the one secret most gurus and self proclaimed experts don’t want you to know.
Your experience, by far, is your best teacher.
How much experience is enough?
There’s never enough. That means that every time you go out in the field, and try something, anything, regardless of what happens, you are getting more experience.
That’s why there’s really no such thing as “failure,” since the idea of “success” is really only temporary.
So get out there, and get some experience!