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How To Meet And Date The Kind Of Women You’ve Always Wanted

 

I’ll show you the exact steps and specific directions to help you be more successful with women and dating—and you don't have to be rich or handsome to do it...
Dear Friend,
       Recently I was out with some friends at a local club. I looked over and saw a very attractive woman. I decided that I'd like to meet her and get her number so I could get a date with her later.
       I walked over and said a few words to her. Within about 3 minutes she was writing her name and phone number down for me. Keep in mind, this was at a popular club where she was being hit on all night. And I was the one who got her number.
       Other guys buy drinks, dance, and try for hours— and usually wind up with nothing in these types of situations. But I was able to talk to her and get her number almost instantly.
       The question is: What did I say to her? How did I do it?
       If you would have asked me if this was even possible a few years ago, I would have said "No way." But now I do it ALL THE TIME.
       It's not uncommon for me to go out for an afternoon or evening and come home with 3 or 4 phone numbers from attractive, interesting women.
       And it doesn't matter where I am. I can go shopping at a mall, out to a nightclub, or even shopping at the super market, and still meet one woman after another. As a matter of fact, my techniques work EVEN BETTER in coffee shops and other 'normal' places.


     Leave any negative feelings at home; bring only your positive, upbeat self to the interview. Pledge to be friendly with everyone with whom you come in contact, including the receptionist, the interviewer's secretary, and everyone else introduced to you. Managers often ask others who come in contact with a candidate for their evaluation.

     Be committed to speaking positively and kindly about other people, including fellow students, professors, and previous employers. If the interview has come through your college placement office, there is a good possibility you will know some other students with whom you are in competition. If their names come up, avoid the natural temptation to point out something negative. Rather than enhancing your own potential for getting the job, you diminish yourself in the interviewer's eyes.

     Potential employers want "proof" of the things you say, so be ready to present examples of the skills and abilities attained in school and in previous jobs.

     Be alert to your surroundings and listen carefully to what the interviewer says. Often, you'll learn what the interviewer likes and doesn't like in a candidate, as well as gain insight into what the job demands. A good listener is able to build upon that knowledge and come back with the sort of responses an interviewer wants to hear.

    Remember that any answer you give to a question is likely to be followed by additional questions. If you're asked if you like to read, simply saying "yes" isn't sufficient when the interviewer follows up with, "What books have you read lately, and which have impressed you most?"

     Avoid accepting offers of food or beverages during the interview. Spilling coffee on yourself does nothing to enhance your image. If the interview should involve lunch or dinner, order smart. You may love spaghetti, but it can be pretty messy to eat. Also, decline the offer of alcoholic beverages.


    Every interview should be followed with a short, courteous note thanking the interviewer. The note could indicate something positive in your favor that you forgot to bring up during the interview itself, as well as express your continued interest in the position.

I know that you want to be more successful with women. Every guy does. But what do most guys do about it?
       Nothing.
       They sit back and take whatever they can get—which is usually nothing. Sure, once in awhile most guys have a little luck and meet a girl that will go out with them. But this usually doesn't happen very often.
       And just about every guy I've ever talked to would like to have more skills and success when it comes to women. But here's the interesting part: Most guys won't go out and learn how to be successful with women. They just won't do it.
       It's as if they had someone say to them when they were young: "You're a loser if you have to learn how to meet women" or "If you're not just acting natural and being yourself then there's something wrong with you."


       You weren't born knowing other skills like how to walk, how to speak English, or how to drive a car. These are basic skills that you LEARNED when you needed them. Success with women is just another skill, and any man can learn it if he wants to.

   Have you ever looked at some of the 'relationship' books like “Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus?” Those books would be great—EXCEPT THAT THEY DON'T TELL YOU HOW TO MEET WOMEN!
       All most books talk about is what to do after you're already dating a woman. They don't tell you ANYTHING about how to meet and attract women. These books only work if you've already got a girlfriend - they do almost nothing to teach you HOW TO GET ONE IN THE FIRST PLACE! And the books that do teach you how to meet women are mostly old, outdated, or just plain bizarre.
       Even worse, there are books out there like "The Rules" that teach women exactly how to manipulate men in order to get them to buy women expensive gifts and marry them by playing mind games.
       The sad truth is that most men give up and never have the kind of success that they want with women—they give up and settle for a woman that isn't what they REALLY want—or worse—they settle for no women at all.