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Hey Guys—



As you might imagine, I’ve been on many dating advice email lists

for years. Many advice givers come and go, but it seems like they
repeat the same stuff over and over.


For example, I always see advice givers talking about “openers.”  

And while, yes, you do have to start a conversation with a woman
in order to attract her, at some point you actually have to have
something intriguing to say, and this is where most men fall down.


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To women, most men are interchangeable.  They say the same things,

do the same things, know the same things (not much), and are, on
the whole, boring.  Boring is death to the female mind which needs
to be constantly stimulated and engaged.  That’s why women want to
meet a man who is “different,” because “the same” is boring.


One of the ways to be different in conversation is by having a

depth of knowledge about a wide variety of topics that other men
don’t have.  Women love to listen to a man who can tell them unusual
and engaging things they didn’t know, and other men surely don’t.


Moreover, you want to be able to talk with authority and passion

about such things.  One guy, for example, can be into wine but make
it so boring the woman he is talking to is turned off.  Another man
can have the exact same knowledge, but make it so engaging and
exciting, the woman he is talking to is drawn in by his passion.  
That’s why you want to have a lot of knowledge about things you
are passionate about.


In one sense the topic really doesn’t matter, but in another, you

want to make it relatable to her.  Talking passionately about, say,
electrical engineering concepts using obtuse language (my degree,
incidentally) is not as relatable as, say, interesting facts about
Abraham Lincoln relating to today’s political environment (hint:  
Donald Trump is as much a Whig as Lincoln was).


You will discover this skill is transferable to relationships in

general.  If you are interesting, others will want to spend time
with you, and that leads to opportunity.  But never forget you are
conversing instead of lecturing.


Conversing means that while you talk, you also listen to what she

has to say, and reflect upon points she brings up.  Talking at
someone while ignoring what they have to say is a sure way to bore
them.  


Discover what you are passionate about, then go get some in depth

knowledge on it—you can find anything in the world on Amazon now,
so there is no excuse for not learning.  Once you have interesting
and intriguing knowledge to share, share it via conversation, not
lecture.  You will discover that is the easiest way to be different,
turning on the female mind in ways most men cannot.


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-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”


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