The Big LIE about women and confidence

by admin on August 15, 2011

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I have some very bad news for you.

You’ve been lied to. Lied to about women and confidence. Everyone says women want a man who’s confident, yet how many confident men fail miserably with women?

A lot. In fact, most of them.

So if confidence isn’t the key to attracting desirable women, what is?

The answer is revealed in this shocking, tell-all video:

http://www.johnalanis.com/magnetic-secret.htm

On with the fun…

-John Alanis
“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”

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The best time of your life?

by admin on August 15, 2011

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Hey Guys,

Ever seen the movie Dazed and Confused with Matthew McConaughey and a very young Ben Affleck (in a minor role)?

It’s a fun movie, if not spectacular, and the first time I saw it was in 1994 in the oil fields of Alaska (North Slope).

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It’s a movie about high school, and does a good job capturing the moment of kids moving from high school to junior high, from junior to senior, etc.

When I saw it the first time, I was with a group of wireline hands who were seeing it for the first time. Most of these guys had started working in the oil field right out of high school, and never knew anything else.

After the movie was over, several of the guys got a bit emotional, saying “man, that was just like when I was in high school…it brought back a lot of memories.”

At first I was a little perplexed by this—I’d enjoyed high school, had a great time in college, but now I’d moved onto to other things with no desire to go back.

All of the guys I’d watched the movie with said they wished they could go back in time and relive those memories again. And then, I finally understood why.

One of the older guys (older meaning in his late 30’s) stood up and said, “man, that was a movie about the best days of my life,” and everyone present agreed (except me, although I didn’t say anything).

I thought that was pathetic then, and I think it even more so now, 17 years later. If high school is the best time of a man’s life, then he’s squandered the rest.

Looking back on my time since high school, I’ve had my share of ups and downs, but I’ve experienced a lot of amazing things because I’ve made it a point to. I’ve been places and seen things few men ever will simply because I decided to live an interesting life, not let it pass me by.

People live lives of quiet desperation because they choose to, plain and simple. All of the hands I worked with in the oil field were trapped because they didn’t have the courage to design and craft their own life. I imagine many of them are still there, if they’re not dead or injured, peeing their lives away while pining for the good ol days of high school.

Your life is, in the end, what you decide to make of it. Remember the past, but don’t live in it, and make it a priority to be sure you have even more exciting things on the horizon.

Ronald Reagan always said, “the best is yet to come,” and that’s good advice when deciding how you want to live your life. It is, after all, your choice.

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On with the fun…

-John Alanis
“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”

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Copyright, Art Of Steel, Inc. MMXI

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