Online Dating

Beggars Can’t Be Choosers

Adam Gilad
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And yet most men online feel like they are begging for attention from women.

Don’t do that!

Be a chooser.  In my program, Instant Confidence With Women, I show how to believe, embody and communicate the self definition:  “I am choosy and I choose you.”

But today, I want to give you a small tip that increases your status online.  I came across it accidentally when I was traveling a lot.

I added one simple line and it created an interesting response.

This is the line: “I travel a lot these days and I don’t check in very often. So please feel free to bother me twice.”

What did that accomplish? First of all, it communicated that I had a lot of time to travel so that’s already interesting on a few levels.  Chances are, it sounds like, my life is not the normal one.  Maybe I travel for business, maybe for leisure.  If I was thinking harder, I might have said “I’ve been travelling a lot to the islands” or something exotic.

Second, it created a sense of “scarcity.”  You know how when you long on to a dating a site, and there’s a girl on all the time?  She feels desperate.  This toss-off line made me sound as if I was the opposite.  That I was only half interested.

What happened?  I started getting all these emails that said, “tee hee – I’m bothering you a second time!  Are you around or somewhere exciting?”

That one line, combined with a very well crafted profile which established high moral bar, humor, high status, and all the other elements I outline in www.DeepOnlineAttraction.com, literally put women in the position of feeling as if they were “bothering” me!

When if fact, their interest was just the opposite.

To learn more ways to attract the women you desire online – get Deep Online Attraction today.

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  1. Catherine Smith
    June 8, 2012

    Exaggeration and a smattering of self-delusion can be a healthy advantage, as long as you dedicate yourself to continual and conscientious improvement so that you will, eventually, live up to your own mental billing. – artofsexualawesomeness.com

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