Attract Women Through Honesty
Dating and Relationship, Personality Development
28 July 2011
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Mark Manson is a self-help author, personal development consultant, entrepreneur, and blogger and an author of three books titled as Models: Attract Women Through Honesty, The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life and Everything Is F*cked: A Book About Hope.
Marrige & Long Term Relationship, Dating and Relationship, Personality Development, Love & Romance.
“Rejection exists for a reason — it’s a means to keep people apart who are not good for each other.”
“And ultimately, that’s what women want, a strong, independent, high status male, who “doesn’t take shit from anybody” bad boy – but they want this bad boy to have a depth and a sensitivity that they only open up and show when they’re around her.”
“I see every rejection simply as some form of incompatibility. Whether she thinks I’m a total creep, or she’s crazy about me but we live on different continents, or she’s in a horrible mood when I ask her out, or she thinks I’m cute but has different values and interests than me — whatever the reason, if a woman ever rejects me, it’s because she’s not compatible with me. It may be a permanent incompatibility. It may be a temporary incompatibility. But the point is that if she liked me enough, she’d be willing to work at making it happen with me. And if she doesn’t, then that just means it’s wrong person or right person, wrong time. And that’s fine.”
“Get out there and expose yourself. Open yourself up and find what makes you happy. Yes, that will mean you’ll probably get hurt. But so what? The best things in life don’t come easily.”
“The first step to being more attractive is to see rejection as a means to eliminate women who won’t make you happy from your life. It’s a blessing, not a curse.” “The first step to being more attractive is to see rejection as a means to eliminate women who won’t make you happy from your life. It’s a blessing, not a curse.”