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October 02, 2006

The broken link

Dear friends and subscribers,

A few days ago I sent you the following email, and many of you wrote me to let me know the link I gave you was broken (thanks, guys). Since this is really good information (if you can't start a conversation with a woman, you can't attract one), here's the message again, this time with a link that works.

Do you ever feel stuck or tongue tied when it comes to starting a conversation with an attractive woman? Many men do--and let a great woman walk out of their lives because they didn't know what to say to get the conversation started.

If this describes you, then I have good news for you. My good friend Chet Rowland has just finished putting together a new system entitled "Instant Conversation Starters" that allows you to easily and effortlessly start a conversation that leads to attraction with any woman, any time, any place, anywhere. For details, go to http://www.chetsdatingsystem.com/products/instant_conversation_starters.htm

Most men fail with women simply because they don't know how to start talking to her, afraid they will say something stupid and embarrass themselves. Don't let this happen to you--go to http://www.chetsdatingsystem.com/products/instant_conversation_starters.htm
right now.

On with the fun....

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

PS Imagine, easily and effortlessly talking to desirable women while your friends look on with envy. Go to http://www.chetsdatingsystem.com/products/instant_conversation_starters.htm
to discover how you can make this happen.

Posted by john at 04:34 PM

Why common sense ain't so common

Hey guys,

Well, Terrell Owens looked OK to me--45-14 is a fine ending to another media created much-ado-about-nothing-we-desperately-wished-was-something week. Enough about that, though--let's get on with today's lesson.

I guess it's just human nature. People just can't leave well enough alone, can't resist fixing what isn't broke. It doesn't matter if a business has a successful website, a single guy has a system that works for attracting women, or a copywriter has an ad that works--they just can't resist fooling with it, and the results are usually devastating.

Why do people do this? This one I have no answer for--it might be out of boredom, lack of self discipline, or ignorance. I don't know for sure, and it doesn't really matter. What does matter though is resisting the urge to "fix."

What if everything you ever thought you knew about dating and relationships was just plain wrong? Would you keep doing the same things and getting the same results? Or would you try something new and radically different? To stop dating, and start living, go to http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm to discover how to live a lifetime of power, choice and success with women.

It tends to happen with website more often than not. A company puts up an ugly, direct marketing website, does very well with it, then decides they need to hire some "professionals" to do it right. The professionals come in, put up a very slick, "professional" looking website that conveys just the right "image" the company wants to show, charge 'em a butt-load of money, then disappear into the night.

What usually happens is the new, professional website drives away everyone, sales go in the toilet, and what took years to build is destroyed in months. But, hey, they got their image out there.

The same thing happens with guys who want to attract women--they've got a "system" that works, but their friend tells them something else, then they junk it and go try the new thing. Luckily in this arena, it's much easier to go back to what worked than it is with a website or business, but in the interim you can miss out on a really great woman because you wanted to fix what wasn't broke.

Now, don't confuse "fixing" with testing. Testing is a different game--you change one variable in what you do, measure the results, and if it works add it in. If it doesn't work, stop doing it, and test something new. The crucial thing to remember about testing is, your test should be with something that has a good chance of working--it is based on sound history and psychological principles, not something that sounded good from your brother in law.

By all means, test new, different approaches in what you do, but don't you dare "fix" what ain't broke. Sounds like common sense, but, as you know, that particular thing is pretty rare, and getting rarer every day.

On with the fun....

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

PS Want to learn about other neat ways to "declare independence" with women? Well then, go to http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm right now!

Posted by john at 11:22 AM