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June 19, 2006

Nervous around women? Here's how to be an "effortless communicator"

Dear friend and subscriber,

Do you feel nervous and awkward when it comes to talking to women? Or, do you "clench up," never knowing what to say next, then watch her walk away, knowing she could have been yours if only you knew what to say?

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"The King of Let 'em Come to You"

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Posted by john at 04:30 PM

When it's time to go...

Hey guys,

Back in early 1995 a good friend of mine from college got married. A month or so before the wedding, we gave him the obligatory bachelor party which was somewhat of a mini-reunion.

One of the guys who showed up, Brad Slocum, was going through Naval Flight School (he and I were in the same ROTC Unit together) at the time and we got to talking about some of the other people there.

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Brad was commissioned in December of 1993, at the same time I would have been had the Navy not found an eye problem with me three months earlier, and dispatched me into the civilian world (under my loud protests) with a free education and a pat on the back.

He and I, while obviously on separate career paths, had both moved on from the college lifestyle. But some of the other guys there hadn't. Even though they went to school (UT Austin) at the same time we did (starting in 1989), they hadn't graduated, and were still hanging onto their college days.

They still lived in the college apartments, working as bartenders and waiters, taking part time classes, and partying their lives away. Talking to them was a bit surreal.

Why? Because it was time for them to go, and they hadn't gone. They were stuck in a time and lifestyle appropriate for younger people, and they were being left behind. You could feel it.

Brad said this to me: "Look at all these idiots, prancing around on the six year college plan, working as waiters to make money to survive, then peeing away their money on partying. They're on a hamster wheel, never going anywhere."

He was absolutely right. You could literally "feel" the other guys there were "stuck," and we were moving ahead, leaving them behind.

If there's one lasting life lesson I've learned that's served me well, it's this: when it's time to go, it's time to go. That applies to jobs, careers, college, relationships, friendships, women, etc. When it's time to go, it's time to go, time to move on to the next thing. Some things are lasting--like relationships with the right friends, and the right women. But to get to those, you have to move on from lesser things, have to make the leap to bigger and better things so you'll find those things that last. And when you do recognize that it is time to move on, you must do so fast.

Otherwise you'll just be left behind, watching those in front of you disappear into the future, a future you should have been a part of.

On with the fun....

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

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Posted by john at 10:03 AM