As we go deeper into certainty, we look at three more aspects:
extension (the follow through after a decision), perfect uncertainty,
Welcome to Part 4, guys. If you missed the previous articles in this
series, here they are.
Understand the Triumvirate of Uncertainty. Nail down your certainty
by improving your morality, your knowledge of women, and socializing.
Figure out what you want from others, then learn how to demonstrate
these certainties in your verbal and non-verbal expressions. That will
cover most situations where you must take the lead.
But the question I raised in Part 3 remains: do you ever
really know where you’re going? Are you ever truly certain about
The answer to that question gives us two possibilities.
If one can ever be truly certain about anything, how do I get
If one can never be truly certain about anything, how do I lead
If we’re stuck with inevitable uncertainty, we can still succeed,
because for women, appearance trumps substance. If it looks like it
works and actually works, who cares what it’s made of? Practicality
wins. Thus the answer here, if certainty is impossible, is that you
don’t fake it until you make it; you fake it because there’s
no other option that works.
Even if you make the wrong play, say the wrong thing, make the wrong
facial expression, or time some move with a girl or a follower
incorrectly, you can still stumble forward without missing a beat, and
succeed. Most of my seductions are rough. Like fighting, love and sex
are messy. The better your training and experience, and the better your
fundamentals, the more smooth and error-free you are. But you can’t
always prevent error, especially with wildcards like jealous guy
friends or cockblocking girlfriends, or a resentful member of your
social circle. See, that’s all perfect execution. But this series is
about perfect certainty, not perfect execution.
And now, to answer the question. Can you ever be 100% certain about
anything, including what you want, what you know, and what you think you
ought to do?
I have three answers, starting with the most practical answer.