Simplicity Brings Success


Staff member
Jun 3, 2003

Simplicity Brings Success


Oftentimes the deciding factor between
success and failure is caused by something so
simple, so easy that you overlook that
critical difference that would have brought
you victory.

It’s like that time you spent an hour and a
half looking for your car keys—you overturned
every couch cushion and checked every dusty
nook and cranny in your house only to find
that they were in the pocket of the jeans you
wore yesterday!

If you had just checked the most likely
location first you would have found them,
instead, you unknowingly made things more
complicated than they needed to be.

So it is with many things in life...
particularly with getting women.

After hearing so much increasingly in depth
and complex advice on getting women you may
start to ignore the simple; glossing over it
as "heard-that-before-information" or, worse,
searching for that elusive phantom secret
that will make everything click; magically
transforming you into the stud you know you
should be.

This is bad because the simple stuff usually
makes the BIGGEST difference while the more
complex and, admittedly, interesting stuff is
more for fine tuning an already well-oiled
machine - it actually makes LESS of a
difference to your "game."

In other words, you being successful at
dating and attracting women has less to do
with deep psychological analysis and
understanding the evolution of the female
mind (or any other such speculation and
theory spouting) and MORE to do with all that
"simple stuff" that you were so quick to skim
over and ignore in the past.

Here are some simple solutions for success
with women that can make a BIG impact on your

>>> Change your routine:

I can’t tell you how many women I have met by
simply doing something differently than I
normally would.

Do you usually take the bus? Try walking.
Like to eat at that one small Italian deli
for lunch? Try the Greek place down the
street. Do you normally workout at night? Try
going to the gym in the morning. Do you
usually hang out with your two best friends
on Saturday night and go play pool? Go out
with different people to a different place.
Do you generally stay in on Friday nights?
Good heavens man... GO OUT!

A simple change in routine will put you in
different situations where you will run into
different women. You’ve heard it before (and
I hate to be the one that says it again) but
"If you always do the same thing you will
always get the same results."

>>> Get a mantra:

I’m sure you’ve noticed that just hearing a
short, powerful quote has motivated you to
think about or do something that you normally
wouldn’t. For some people hearing one simple
yet powerful sentence has provoked them to
completely change their lives. At the very
least, it can put things back into
perspective for you.

Find a quote that sticks with you and really
strikes your core and make it your mantra.
Repeat it to yourself at critical moments
when you feel your courage and motivation
waning... like when you see a hot girl you
know you should talk to but can’t seem to
muster the nerve!

Repeat it many times a day and make it your
mantra. Here’s mine:

"The measure of any man is in action"
- Pindar

>>> Think positive...

Good, I’m glad you are still with me. I was
worried you would leave after seeing the
title of this one... you’ve DEFINITELY heard
that one before, huh?

So many times in your life you didn’t meet
that great new woman because your sour,
pessimistic mind wouldn’t let you—it talked
you down until you had nothing to say and no
idea what to do ... you were too busy
dwelling in negativity:

"What should I say? Oh, it doesn’t matter,
she’s too far away now I’ll never catch up."
"I wonder if she has a boyfriend? Oh yeah,
it’s probably that guy she’s talking to."
"Why can’t I meet any women? Life sucks."

It’s thoughts like these that are ROBBING you
of the proactive action that would lead you
to getting dates with beautiful women. Begin
to think positive, confident, and optimistic
thoughts and you won’t have any room in your
head for doubt, second-guessing, or

Three simple changes:

- vary your routine
- get a mantra
- think positive

... just might mean the difference between
being "that lonely guy" and being that chap
that every girl has on her wish list.