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We want what we can't have. This is one of the "laws" of persuasion. Expertly demonstrated by Dr. Cialdini in his book, "Influence." Both experimentally and by illustrating all the myriad ways advertisers use this rule. If we like something, AND we think it's scarce (either in short supply or not going to be around for long) it will SIGNIFICANTLY increase how much we like it. This is a deeply instinctive trait that was built into humans LONG before language was ever invented. So it lives in the "feeling" level of our experience. How can you leverage this with girls? Easy. Behave in a way that will increase her attraction. And then split. Now, this sounds very counterintuitive. And it's the direct opposite of what most guys do. Most guys get one look, one half-smile and then hang on for dear life. This creates attraction and then kills it two seconds later. That's why a girl can be attracted to you from across the room, but as soon as you walk over, she smells your desperation and her attraction vanishes. Think of this as the "hit it and quit it" method, or the "hit and run" method. If you practice this for a few days, something pretty amazing will happen. Every time you leave a girl (just after getting her to smile at you) you'll have an experience of "that girl was into me.) Do this for a few days or even weeks, and you'll build up a belief, built on REAL EXPERIENCE that says, "girls dig me." This will make you INSANELY attractive to women. If you can keep it up long enough, and build up enough attraction that radiates out from you wherever you go, girls will start to approach you, and do their best to close you. Click Here To Learn More
I have been doing some thinking on this. How are we supposed to know when to break discipline in order to follow our subconscious intuition? George has taught us to listen to our intuition, but we also need discipline. So, as it would seem we must learn when to follow our intuition and when to not. This is obviously tricky because how are we supposed to know which choice is right and which is wrong? Is there a way or do we just follow our intuition and see what happens afterwards? For example, pizza randomly popped in my mind at 10:30PM for no particular reason. I could ignore it or I could act on it. I plan on acting on it for now, because my gut is telling me to. But, this is one of those weird cases that I can see both being acceptable. When to follow your intuition vs knowing when to have self-discipline that is the question.