How often have you had to listen to a girl complaining about some hot guy she's crazy about? She describes how badly he treats her and how stubborn he is. She tells you that he won't do anything for her, and he never calls. While you sit there listening, nodding, and agreeing, you think, But I treat you amazing. Why don't you want me?
This girl is describing an alpha male to you. She is telling you how horrid he is to her and at the same time expressing how much she wants him. To most men, this is confusion personified; they simply can't understand why she can't see that the nice, loving, and attentive guy she dreams of is sitting next to her.
The major mistake in this kind of thinking is that you are assuming women know what they want. They don't, or at least if they do, they certainly don't say it out loud. Women claim they want nice, gentle, and loving men. While these traits are benefits, they are not the causes of the initial attraction. Shockingly, these qualities repel more women than they attract. When it comes to seduction, nice guys really do finish last!
Forget deep-space exploration, hunting for extraterrestrial life, or even searching out long-lost civilizations. In this book, world-renowned seduction psychology expert Seventy Seven is going to finally uncover the greatest mystery in the universe...how to get any woman you desire by giving her what she really want sand not what she says she wants.
Use the techniques in this book, and I guarantee you will get friend zoned less, get much hotter girls than you ever have before, and get as much a sex as you want!
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This is only the second psychology book I've read, the other being 'Influence - Robert B. Cialdini', I much preferred this one, it just gets straight to the point, and give practical examples.
I haven't listened to any of Seventy Sevens books before, but after reading this, I will be looking out for more of his books.
I listened to this book in 20 minute chunks. My only complaint, the book was so good, but just a little short.
There are a great deal of generalizations in this book, but seventy seven references this, and if you can ignore these, this is a brilliant book with practical examples, that get's straight to the point. Loved it!
- Z Matthews