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How to Pick Up Girls: The Success Factor, Part II

how to pick up girlsNote from Chase: this is Part II of V in our series on How to Pick Up Girls: The Success Factor. Be sure to read How to Pick Up Girls: The Success Factor, Part I first before reading this post, if you haven't already.

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For the longest time, I believed in “game” as the most important factor in picking up girls myself… and I invested a lot of time working mostly on that part of the equation. And I got pretty damn good at it.

The more experiences you make in the real world, however, the more likely you are to run into guys who apparently have no game to speak of, yet have a magic vibe that makes even the most idiotic lines work for them.

And once I came to that realization, I decided to focus all my efforts on decoding this piece of the puzzle. I was going to reverse engineer this X-factor like a mad scientist.

I had some theories; I thought it must have a lot to do with how you FEEL about yourself and your life. Not just state, since state is something temporary… it had to be something much, much deeper than that; and something very subtle.

State is how you feel RIGHT NOW. Whereas this magical vibe seemed to have something to do with how you feel about EVERYTHING. About your life, your status, your wealth, your future and your social connections. How happy you are, and how much you feel like you're in control of your life and in the flow with everything.

That was, however, just a theory… I had to dig deeper.

Ricardus DominoAbout the Author: Ricardus Domino

Ricardus was one of the most prolific and respected coaches in the men’s dating advice industry. He’s dated some of the planet’s most beautiful women, ranging from a Miss World contestant, to a model for Coca-Cola, to one of “Brazil’s Next Top Models.” His specialty is daytime street stops. He is most remembered for his “Are you single?” opening line. Ricardus is currently retired from the dating advice industry.

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Veaire's picture

The thing I love most about these blogs is that you usually go in depth with certain actions and behaviors, and the reason why. The "reason why" and those background items like the X-factor are the kinds of things I'm always looking to observe. Being a very logical man, this blog caters to my needs as it thinks exactly the way I do. I love it, and can't wait for part three.

Anonymous's picture

I have a problem with expectations.

When I was very little in school, I had literally all the girls in my class have a crush on me. I was the leader of the class. And almost everybody was obsessed with me, even my self, I thought it was a gift to be me, and it was, really enjoying all the succes. I was that blonde pretty funny kid that everyone liked.

But in high school everything changed, i hit puberty, my nose changed in a really weird bumpy way, not horrible by the opinion of many people, but horrible to me because i thought alot of my succes was beacause of being the blonde cute kid everyone liked.

Now everyone tells im very attractive physically, i know im smart, funny and witty. But I just cant feel my expectations filled up, because i feel i have to have the succes i had when i was a little boy, it feels horrible to have lost, "it" and i want to get "it" back.

But by reading your post it came to me, what happens if i change my expectations to very little, maybe that what i did when i was little, maybe this would make me happy and "whole" and enjoy the succes i did before.

What should I do in order to get my expectations straight after enjoying all that succes and then losing it?

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