Every man has the potential to become sizzlingly seductive to women. But not every man is willing to put in the effort.
Resistance is arguably the most frustrating experience in a new game student's journey to improve his sex life with cold approach.
After working up the courage to open - and begin a new interaction - it can appear in different forms, like:
These obstacles can even bring headaches to a skilled seducer.
However, there is a quality so tempting most women find it just about impossible to resist.
You’ve most likely heard of it before. It’s called charm. But what is it exactly?
The Algerian seducer and philosopher Albert Camus said:
““You know what charm is: a way of getting the answer 'yes' without asking a clear question.”
In other words, instead of asking new women blunt questions when trying to pick them up, you just speak and behave in deliberately suggestive ways. When done right, the girls you meet find you extraordinarily persuasive because your suggestions allow them to convince themselves they want you, instead of the other way around.
A charming man masks his cleverness by deflecting attention from himself and focusing it on his girls. He understands their point of view, boosts their self-esteem, and brings pleasure to the subconscious mind.
He appears as an indulging beam of light, making them feel big and powerful. He is the grand mage - who has internalized the law of least effort - to cast spells targeted at the weakest points of the women he meets:
We will be breaking this process down today.
First, note that people love to exaggerate their importance, even if it's only in the private world of their own mind. This, incidentally, is what makes even the most desirable women in the world vulnerable, since even these dream-caliber babes don’t tire of having their self-worth validated.
The satisfaction of this primal desire underpins the state of generalized addiction to social media we find ourselves in today. Still, a flickering screen can’t compete with the presence of a charming man, for his social graces have led many a woman into complete dependence.
Another quote to consider in today’s article is a classic:
““With great power, comes great responsibility.”