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Way back in the day, life was pretty easy.

At least, in some ways.

In other ways it sucked.

But one of the ways it was relatively easy was we silly humans didn't have to make a lot of tough choices.

You went to school long enough (high school or college) and then got a job.

So long as you did what you were told, you could make enough money to live a decent life.

Of course, that's not true for hardly anybody anymore.

Nowadays, you've always got to stay on top of things.

Which on the one hand, gives us a lot more flexibility and freedom.

But on the other hand, it can be pretty terrifying.

An age old argument is freedom vs. structure.

Both have their own merits.

Unfortunately, few humans ever get to choose.

We show up, and we got what we got.

If you don't mind always thinking outside the box, you can do pretty well.

If you need to be told what to do, step by step, not so much.

This is true not only in our economic lives but in relationships.

Back in the day, everybody lived in the same areas their whole lives.

You met somebody growing up, and ended up with that person.

The next generation repeated the process.

Not, the dating game is nearly chaotic.

If you wait for it to "happen" you might be waiting a long time.

Luckily, if you are willing to think outside the box, you can do MUCH BETTER than those who just showed up and "let it happen."

This requires that you understand the process.

And be able to manage the process.

Which requires doing things that aren't intuitive.

In fact, in order to build the strongest relationships, you have to do the OPPOSITE of what your instincts are screaming.

This is the hardest part.

Not knowing what to do, but being able to do it.

Luckily, if you start slow, and build your way up, you can develop these skills just like any other skills.

And with relationship building skills, you can create any relationship you want, any time.

Learn How:

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