Thursday, September 3, 2009
QUESTION FROM A READER......
I've become a very generous guy lately. To all my male friends,I'm giving them the gift of your newsletter. To all my females, I'm giving the gift of missing me.
I'm a recovering wuss. I took a few months off of women and worked on my inner game, with great results. I've started talking to new women again, along with old girlfriends. I find that when the c/f (Cocky & Funny) starts rolling, or even just my new found confidence, I often get a lot of compliments. What's the best way to deal with a girl coming out and saying “oh, you're so cute/funny/etc...”? Should I ignore it and keep the c/f going? Should I address it in a cocky way? I'm assuming that graciously accepting the compliment is never the right answer...
What would you say to a girl who compliments you directly? (other than “Do you do third input?”) What would your tone/body language/eye contact be like?
New Hampshire, where men are men, women are few, and sheep are nervous.
You know, this really is a great question.
One of the most important things to understand as a man is what to do when things are WORKING... so you don't SCREW IT UP!
If you use the materials that you're learning from me, you will start to have a magical thing happen more and more often... women will start to do and say things that clearly indicate that they LIKE you.
Sometimes it will be a touch, sometimes a compliment, and sometimes a smile. But these things WILL happen more and more as you get better and better.
I always laugh to myself when I bust a woman's chops really hard, and she laughs and says “You're so funny!” or “You really are good!” etc.
I still shake my head and wonder why the hell it took me so long to figure this stuff out.
But I digress... you know, while I'm digressing, what's with you ending your email with:
“>From New Hampshire, where men are men, women are few, and sheep are nervous.”
This is probably the third or fourth time that I've seen this at the end of an email.
Tell me the truth... do chicks dig this?