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When you do things right, the ball bounces your way

7 Odd Ways To Get Other People To Like, Admire, and Respect You…
And Want To Do Things For You: >> Grow Your Social Circle


Hey Guys—



Last night I saw a really cool show on the NFL Network called The

Timeline, and this episode was all about George Romero, the director
who created Night of the Living Dead, and then Dawn of the Dead,
and his connection to the Steelers.


Romero was responsible for the popularity of Zombie movies that

continue to this day, but he was also tied in with the Steelers
organization, and recently honored on the field for his many
achievements.


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In the episode, they featured several interviews with former Steelers

players such as Franco Harris, Rocky Bleier (who was wounded in
Vietnam), Terry Bradshaw and Mean Joe Greene.


Mean Joe Greene had an interesting saying that caught my ear.  When

he was drafted by the Steelers, they were a 1-13 team.  They
eventually went on to win 4 championships in the 70’s, prompting
Mean Joe Greene to say, “when you do things the right way, the ball
tends to bounce your way.”


Digging deeper, what he meant was teams that don’t work hard, don’t

study, are focused on individual achievement never seem to get the
ball bouncing their way, even though it should be random.  I’ve
seen it myself, and it’s a funny thing—when a team shows high
character, luck seems to favor them.


It’s the same saying (almost) as the one attributed to Julius Caesar:  

act boldly, and unseen forces will come to your aid.  There is truth
in that, as well as the opposite:  act timidly, and unseen forces
will act against you.


I see it all the time with men and their relationships with women.  

I see guys who are players, don’t really like women, who will say
and do anything who appear to be good with women, but upon closer
examination never have lasting relationships.  The ball just doesn’t
bounce their way—they always get caught and they acquire a toxic
reputation other women can feel.


Guys who do things the “right way,” who really like women, who go

out of their way to make women feel good and treat them well (like
Hank Moody) experience the opposite:  they acquire a good energy
that women can “sense,” and wind up having great relationships
with great women, regardless of if they get married or not.


Now, doing things the right way with women means learning the skill

of attraction and implementing it, just as doing things the right
way for football means you have to learn to tackle, block, run, and
you have to get and stay in great shape.  Doing things the right
way is all about action and skill not intention.  But I have
experienced it to be true—do things the right way with women, and
the ball does indeed bounce your way.


7 Odd Ways To Get Other People To Like, Admire, and Respect You…
And Want To Do Things For You: >> Grow Your Social Circle

On with the fun,



-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”


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