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Other people's processes

How To Give A Woman Absolute Pleasure Each And Every Time:
>> She'll Return Time & Time Again For More of You!


Hey Guys—



When I was a kid, I was shy.  I didn’t like trying new things because

I didn’t know what I was doing, and I didn’t like knowing what I was
doing.  I liked doing things I was comfortable with because I could
do them well, and I could do them quickly.


But, I soon discovered that I was not going to get anywhere in life

if I only did things I was comfortable with or good at, and that to
get anywhere, I was going to have to do new things that to start
filled me with anxiety.


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At first I pushed through the anxiety, and while I figured out that

once I did the new thing a few times it became an old, comfortable
thing, I still didn’t like the prospect of doing new things.  I
didn’t like the confusion that comes with starting something new,
and even though I knew I could push through it, I still didn’t like
doing it, and that was still inhibiting.


Then one day I discovered something very interesting.  Even small

new things produced a feeling of anxiety, even something like trying
a new eatery where you weren’t familiar with the ordering process
while other people there are.  


A buddy of mine told me about a cool new dining establishment, so I

went there by myself, and was confused from the moment I stepped in
the door (very bad marketing on their part, as I would come to
understand later in life—confused customers don’t buy).  I was
literally thinking about leaving, when the thought hit me— “clearly
there is a process by which to order food and eat, and while I don’t
know it, the employees do.”


So, I walked up to the counter, told the dude there I’d heard about

this place, but had no idea how to order, where to sit and… what
were his recommendations?


Man, you should have seen his face light up.  First off he was happy

to hear someone else had referred me (saying good things about him)
and secondly, he was happy to show off his expertise to someone who
was interested in it.  Even if it was something as simple as how to
order and where to sit at a restaurant, he was an expert, and I was
seeking his counsel.  That made him feel good, as it does all people.


So, he gave me a tour of the menu, told me the ins and outs of the

place, and gave me a very good recommendation of what to order.  
When I got back my friend asked me how it was, and I told him all
about it.  Wow, he said, I had no idea you could get all that cool
stuff there.  Turns out by using other people’s existing processes,
I had gotten a better experience than those who simply walked in.


Ever since then when I try something new (especially when interacting

with women) I’ll always ask myself “what are the processes OTHERS
have already developed, and how can I use them without spending the
time to learn my own?”


Each and every time I find a process someone else has come up with,

miles better than any I ever could.  And each and every time I do
something new without anxiety because I am no longer confused… I
found a process that works, and I used it.


So, whenever you are doing or learning something new, first search

for any processes others have already developed and ask to use them.  
You will be pleasantly surprised at the results you get, and you’ll
have much better experiences than most people ever will.
 

How To Give A Woman Absolute Pleasure Each And Every Time:
>> She'll Return Time & Time Again For More of You!

On with the fun,



-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”


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