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

how to pick up girlsNote from Chase: this is the final post in our 5-part series on How to Pick Up Girls: The Success Factor. Check out Part I, Part II, Part III, and Part IV before reading this post, if you haven't already. In this last post in the series, Ricardus discusses how to take everything you've learned in the last four installments... and apply it to cleaning up in seduction.

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By now, you’re starting to get a pretty clear idea of how we can control our own emotions… completely internally, without having to rely on alcohol, “warm-up sets” or having company around.

Two questions remain: What kinds of states should you put yourself into… and how can you transfer these states to other people?

The truth is there are several different states that can work well to meet and attract women… different things work for different people. What’s always going to work best to attract feminine women, however, is the masculine vibe of a sexual man.

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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Crazyman's picture

This is really solid stuff Ricardus! Definitely something I'm going to be reading again and again for everything to sink in. I'm sure when I say that guys all around the world are grateful to you and Chase for doing what you do.

Braden's picture

Wow. You guys really hit the nail on the head. You guys have really evolved from just PUA advice into advice for becoming better men. Thank you guys so much.

Sebastian's picture

Hey Chase I've been reading alot of your articles and not to seem like a "badass" or something but I noticed that many of the things you say to do with girls I would already do naturally if I felt confident or I just really went for it. But a thought that occurred to me and is kind of bothering me is, I don't want to be a "clone". What I mean by this is that I don't want to be just another dude who can pick up chicks you know? I know it might sound kind of funny but I want to be myself, which I am, I am just worried that myself is the same as some other blokes around the world. And another thing, basically if the "strategy" for picking up chicks is basically the same I really don't want to treat all women the same you know? Not to be disrespectful towards them but I don't want some girl I am taking seriously to have the same treatment as some girl I just wanted to have fun with one night. I hope my writing was clearly understandable

P.S. I still have learned a couple of tricks from your articles that I plan to use in Cancun this coming week, so thanks man ;)

lucifer7's picture

This is actually interesting.

If people all read and follow the same advice, will there be a lot of people who act and behave and partially think, the same?

I think not so much in the end, there will always be smaller nuances from different people.
But I have to say it worries me a bit as well, to have an army of people doing the same things because they've studied that that's what they should do..

Doug's picture

Thanks for the great article man. I came looking for a couple good ideas, but found a great deal of knowledge that will enrich my life.

Have you ever read Epictetus? He was a Stoic philosopher who spoke prolificly about the essential truth that it is our thoughts that determine how we feel, and how important it is to control them to lead a good life. He never talked about actual techniques to exercise this control, though, which is one of serveral things this article accomplishes superbly.

Awesome's picture

Really great article, I love this site. Helps me in my dating life, relationships and in life!
I start to think that this way of thinking and controlling your mind to get the emotions you would like to feel should be learned in school!

Ricky13's picture

Absolutely brilliant. To truly exercise this, use it everywhere, not just for social contexts and getting girls. This x factor can be applied to your career!

I just have found the solution to a problem that had been bugging me for a while, and this is literally like the most golden teaching anyone can ask for in life. As said in these 5 articles, what we want to emotionally feel is what is driving us. Makes sense. Here's how you can control your life from now on. This is pure gold, great fucking job!!

Anonymous's picture

WOW. Truly inspirational stuff. I have read a number of different articles about anxiety/depression, and nothing i have ever read comes close to how well this explains a way out, and the funny thing is that i wasn't even looking for that kind of an article!

I don't think there is any one person in this world that couldn't benefit from reading this, I'm even going as far as recommending it to a few of my friends!

Thank you so much for taking the time to write this out. Reading this article is literally life changing.

TMontana's picture

I really appreciate all these great articles. But after reading the five parts on the Success Factor, I was absolutely blown away with it's importance and relevance. I really don't have time to read all these articles, but I was wondering if you good suggest to me a core twenty or so that were the key articles and covered the most information, in a similar way that the Success Factor series held so much depth and weight.
While I realize that all these posts are insightful, I would really appreciate if you could recommend the articles that are critical to cover.
On a separate note, I was curious about how much money you made writing these blogs. I am a writer myself, with considerable knowledge about psychology and human behavior (which is why I picked up on the genuine research and value behind these posts), and thought it might be worthwhile to inquire to see (if you were interested in hiring) if a job would be beneficial.
Thanks so much.

Anonymous's picture

I wasn't really 100% sure where to ask this, so I'll Just ask here. Is Neal Caffrey from the TV show White Collar a good role model? I've been wondering if it would be beneficial to emulate him or his persona? He appears charming and suave to me, but I really don't know. Any help is appreciated!

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