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January 31, 2006

What do these three men know about attraction that you don't?

Dear friend and subscriber,

As you may or may not know, I'm holding a free "attraction breakthrough" teleseminar where I will be revealing "forbidden attraction secrets" I could never reveal in an email. I'm writing you today because I have good news.

Three of my prime doers have tested out these secrets in the field, and I've gotten them to agree to appear on the call, and share their own experiences with you. Why is this valuable? Because no matter how many secrets I reveal, there's nothing like hearing it from other people who have taken my secrets, implemented them, and gotten results with their own unique style.

You simply must hear what they have to say. To make sure you do, go to

http://www.johnalanis.com/teleseminar

right now, before it's too late. Due to technology limitations, I can only allow a limited number of people on the call and I'd hate for you to miss out. Seats for the call are filling up, but if you hurry you should be able to claim one. So to be sure you're accepted for this unusual tele-seminar, go to

http://www.johnalanis.com/teleseminar

right now, before it's too late.

On with the fun,

John Alanis,
The King of Let 'em Come to You

P.S. You'll definitely want to hear what these three guys reveal on this teleseminar. Go here to reserve your spot, before it's taken by someone else: http://www.johnalanis.com/teleseminar

PPS My friend Shelly McMurtry will be hosting the call, so you'll get to hear a woman's perspective on these attraction secrets.

Posted by john at 04:50 PM

It's beyond me why most guys continue to do this

Hey guys,

Before we get started today, I want to remind about the free, upcoming "attraction breakthrough" teleseminar where I discuss things I could never tell you in an email. It's filling up fast, but if you go to www.johnalanis.com/teleseminar you can still get a seat.

A few days ago I met with a friend of mine who was down in the dumps. He was unhappy because it "just wasn't working" with his girlfriend. "It started out so good," he said, "but then we just started fighting and arguing all the time. She keeps bringing up little things from the past, and it pisses me off. Why does she keep starting fights?"

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While I rarely give free advice, I decided to make an exception.
"The reason she keeps starting fights, " I explained, "is because you let her. You have no authority. She says a few words, and you get bent out of shape. She doesn't want a puppet, she wants a man."

"Every time you react to her prodding, you lose more and more authority. People with authority don't argue or fight--they simply choose not to engage in such behavior and don't respond to prodding. Quit arguing and fighting and start attracting. Who cares if she brings up something from the past, or calls you a name--that's her problem, not yours."

I don't know if he quite understood what I was saying, but I think he did. We'll see. The reality is though, I know a lot of guys with the exact same experiences as my friend. They argue at the drop of a hat, and then wonder why women don't want to be with them.

Arguing and fighting are worthless processes, and have nothing to do with influence and persuasion. One of the things women always say about me is, "You're so different from other guys--you never argue or fight." They're correct--I refuse to engage in such a waste of time, and if she wants to fight, I go find something more productive to do until she realizes I'm not going to argue with her.

If she always wants to fight, then I replace her with a better woman--I don't want that in my life. Some guys do, and that's fine--but not me. She gets the message pretty quick that if she wants to spend time with me, there won't be any fighting or arguing. If she doesn't like something I do, she can tell me about it, and I'll make a decision whether to cease or continue.

But I won't argue or fight about it. I just gently and firmly tell her how it's going to be, and that's how it is. If she doesn't like it, she's in control of her feelings and can come back when she's in a better mood. But how she feels doesn't affect my mood in the least.

What do you think happens when I do this? Pretty soon I have a happy woman on my hands because we never fight or argue. She feels a strong sense of authority around me, knowing that if she has an issue she can bring it up, and I'll make a quick decision with no arguing, fighting, or belittling.

Life is a heck of a lot better when you simply decide not to do the things that make you miserable. Pretty funny how that works.

On with the fun....

-John Alanis
"The King of Let 'em Come to You"

PS Don't be left out of the attraction breakthrough teleseminar: go to www.johnalanis.com/teleseminar to register, before it's filled up.

PPS Are you ready to step up to the Big Leagues and live a lifetime of power, success, and choice with women? Go to http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm right now.

Posted by john at 10:04 AM