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Hey Guys—



One of the books I highly recommend all men read is The True

Believer: Theory and Nature of Mass Movements by Eric Hoffer.  It
was written in 1951, and it is remarkable how prescient it is.


Now is an excellent time to read it since there are actually two

mass movements going on in the US right now, and if you read
carefully, you will be able to observe both movements in their
proper context.


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In the beginning of the book Hoffer points out that what all mass

movements have in common is they offer hope to their adherents.  
They offer hope from their frustrating, individual, meaningless
lives, an emotional lure, not a logical one.


Interestingly, some of the early adherents to mass movements are

older women, spinsters and married women who “no longer get a kick
out of their affairs and are resigned to a boring, meaningless life.”  
This was certainly true of the Nazi movement, attracting many female
adherents from the very beginning.


Now, you may not be interested in starting a mass movement, but you

are certainly interested in women, and understanding the draw of
hope to women can certainly help you succeed.


Young, single women are full of hope, hope that they will attain

the fantasy of marriage.  Women who have been married awhile have
mostly lost hope, but is something they crave.  No matter her
particular situation, if you can offer a woman hope that there is
something better than her current frustrating life, you will be a
very attractive man.


Belief in a radiant future just around the corner is another name

for hope, and if you can get a woman to see her future with you
(even if it is only a very short one) she will be attracted to you
more so than all the boring men she meets who offer no hope of any
sort of future, radiant or otherwise.


With all that being said, you personally should remove hope from

your decision making processes. Hope implies that something random
will happen, whereas developed skill and competence virtually
guarantees you can create and control the future you want.


Women may sit around and hope that today is the day they will meet

the man of their dreams, and that is well and good for you.  But if
you sit around and merely hope, you will not meet any women.  If,
instead, you hone your attraction skills, go out into the real world
and take action, make yourself interesting and enjoyable to be around,
soon you will create the future with women you desire, methodically
and deliberately.  Not only that, you will always have the skill to
do so.  Let others hope while you act.


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On with the fun…



-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”


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