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Personality power

Godfather of the Female Orgasm: 200 Year Old Secret


Hey Guys—



Henry Kissinger, former Secretary of State during the Nixon years

has said many quotable things.  But one of the most important things
he said that gets little attention is this:


“When I taught history as a professor I thought it was impersonal.

When I participated in the making of history, I realized it was all
about personalities.”


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Later on in the week I am going to break down exactly why Trump is

beating everyone so badly, and why the media is so confused, but
one of the reasons is personality—he has one (and has developed it)
and none of the other candidates have.  But we’ll talk about that
later.


You can almost distill the equation, personality attraction, and

while it’s not quite that simplistic, it IS close.  If you do not
have a personality, your odds of attracting women are slim, if you
do, you have a huge competitive advantage.


The good news is, personality is an eminently learnable skill. Trump

honed his on Apprentice and Celebrity Apprentice, George Patton
developed his by reading and studying great personalities from the
past, and I have developed mine over the years the same way.  If
you’d met me in elementary school, there is no way you’d ever think
I would have developed a personality—but I did so deliberately.


When you have a personality, people want to be around you because

they feel good in your presence.  They feel comfortable telling
your personal things, and asking you for advice.  And just as
importantly, they tell people they know about you.


If you think back to your best teachers, professors, coaches, and

leaders, they all had a personality. Because they had a personality
you looked forward to their teachings and retained their teachings.  
You told stories about them, long after you stopped taking their
classes.


Personalities are exciting, and people want to be excited.  Those

without personalities are boring, and they kill excitement.  
Developing an attractive, memorable personality gives you power.


Moreover, when you develop your personality it is uniquely you.  

No one can mimic it, no one can imitate you.  While you may add in
elements of other personalities you find attractive, your own style
makes you unique, giving you the ability to deliver an experience
that cannot be found anywhere else.


Make it a point to develop your personality day in and day out,

even if you feel you don’t currently have one.  Build it one small
brick at a time, and you’ll get there.  As a child I was timid and
scared, not a social animal at all.  But little by little, I
developed my personality, and that brought all the friends and
opportunity that is now in my life.  That would not have happened
had I stayed impersonal.  Dr. Kissinger is right on, not just on a
national and world level, but on a personal level too.  It’s all
about personalities.


Godfather of the Female Orgasm: 200 Year Old Secret

On with the fun…



-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”


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