I want to make a brief side trip from seduction today to talk about a broader social distinction you will run into that it’s vitally important to understand.
That is the distinction between artificial hierarchies and personal appeal.
In the broader social arena, when it comes to getting hired on jobs, or dealing with legal issues, or negotiating mano-e-mano, or differentiating even between social circle game and cold approach pickup, you’ll find that most people seem to be stronger in one area – navigating and leveraging artificial hierarchies, or appealing to and swaying individuals personally – than they are the other.
And when you’re in your element, you will often find things easier; conversely, when you’re out of it, things will often become fiendishly hard and you will not know why.
The reason why frequently is because you’re trying to achieve your objectives using the wrong strategy for the situation at hand... because each of these two types of power structures require very different approaches.
Very few people ever come to grasp this well enough to move fluidly back and forth between the two.