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Your own company should always be a good date

For Older Men Who Want To Date And Bed Hot, Tight, Younger Women: 
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Hey Guys—


There are many people who get into a relationship or knowingly go

on a bad date because they hate being alone.  Maybe they don’t
really like themselves, maybe they feel anxious alone, maybe they
think they’re a loser if they’re by themselves.


The truth, however, is that you will attract better women and have

better relationships if your own company is always a “good date.”


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What I mean is this:  if keeping your own company (i.e. hanging

out by yourself) is time well spent (a “good date”) then, by
definition, you will only accept dates that are better than good. 
You will also turn down dates and relationships that are not good.


Many men don’t like to be alone because they don’t have much else

going on in their lives and a bad date or bad relationship IS
better than keeping their own company.  Clearly, this is a bad
place to be.


One thing I have always done in my life is made myself good company

for myself and others.  If I decide to stay home, I have an ever
increasing stack of excellent books to read, a business to work
on, whisky and wine to enjoy (if I choose to drink), and friends
all across the country to talk, text, or chat with.  I find all
of this exciting and intriguing, and therefore a date with a woman
must be more exciting and intriguing.


As a result, I forego a lot of possible dates.  The time I spend

is personally rewarding, mentally expansive, and stress free… and
that cannot always be said for a date.


Of course not all dates turn out good, but if you adopt this

mindset, you will turn down dates you know have a good chance of
being bad.  And when you can say no to a woman, it makes you all
the more attractive to women in general.


To keep good company with yourself, however, you have to make

yourself interesting.  That means developing an interest in books,
in writing, in business (perhaps), in the finer things in life
and then devoting time studying them.  This leads to a richer
experience of the world, the ability to see things other people
simply are not equipped to (for example, I am personally enjoying
this election season due to the history I have read the last
few months).


All of this again makes you more attractive to those women you DO

choose to go out with, giving them a much better experience.  It
also makes you better company to your friends, and to new people
you meet.


It is, in essence, a quality mindset—either you will spend time

with a quality woman, or time by yourself enhancing your own
quality.  Few men do this which is why they have so many bad
dates and are so damn boring.  Make yourself interesting, keep
your own company more often than not, and soon others will
prize your company.


For Older Men Who Want To Date And Bed Hot, Tight, Younger Women: 
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On with the fun…


-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”


PS Got something for me personally?  Email it to: questions@johnalanis.com

 

 

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