There's a movie out there, which I still have not watched, called The Tao of Steve.
In it, a schlubby, overweight kindergarten teacher beds scads of beautiful women by adhering to a 3-rule philosophy.
The movie itself isn't fiction.
It's based on a real-life schlubby kindergarten teacher named Duncan North who, just like the film's protagonist, lays women with the same three rules.
While I haven't seen the film, its 3-rule philosophy intrigued me when I read it.
I realized when I came across it, it was the same philosophy I followed as a middle school and high school student.
When I used it, I had all the prettiest girls in school -- from the super popular head cheerleaders to the slutty grungy punk girls -- chasing after me.
I gave the philosophy up when it stopped working for me in university. My school was too big, my opportunities to make this approach work too small, and I eventually shifted over to a much more active path in the pursuit and bedding of women.
But the Steve approach absolutely works, given the right conditions.
It makes women downright chase after you.
And if you know what you're doing with it, you can apply it in all kinds of situations.