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October 07, 2006

Why I never worry about women

Dear friends and subscribers,

I've always loved Alfred E. Neuman's "What, Me Worry?" saying from Mad Magazine. To tell you the truth, that kind of describes my view on women and relationships. Why? Because I know if one goes bad, I just put my own "system" to work for me, and two (or more) great ones show up. To be as "worry free" as the King, go to http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm right now.

Then you too, can say, "What, me worry?"

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

PS Don't delay--or you may spend a lot of time worrying that you missed out on what may be your last chance to choose your own relationships with women forever! Go to http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm at once.

Posted by john at 04:37 PM

Why "it" will never "work for you"

Hey guys,

I have a very unique perspective on human behavior. Since I mail a lot of letters and send a lot of emails, I get a lot of responses, not only in orders, but in commentary. Some of it is sad, some quite amusing, and some downright rude--but none of it is unique.

In fact, you'd be amazed at how many letters I get from different people that are almost the same, word for word. It just goes to show you that people are NOT unique, and in fact, fall into certain, predictable categories.

A whole new approach to dating, women, and relationships that allows me to choose my own relationships with women, anytime, anyplace, anywhere, devoid of all heartbreak or misery, and I'm convinced any man can copy what I'm doing, no matter your looks, age, or income. Why would any sane man reveal these secrets if they were true? To discover the answer go to http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm right now.

One of the most common letters I get goes like this: "If your product is so good, send it to me for free right now, and if it works for me, then I'll pay you double. I've been ripped off too many times, so I need to see if it will work for me before I pay you any money."

The funniest thing about this letter is the fact that the writer thinks he's written something unique. My ass. I've seen that exact same letter for years in other businesses, and goofusses have been writing it ever since postmen have been delivering mail. No one ever offers to pay triple or quadruple, always double.

The truth of course, is they will never use the product and "it" will never work for them. I had friend who did an experiment once, sending his tested and proven product to every joe blow who wrote that letter to him--not one did anything with it, in fact when he followed up by phone, he found that most had never even opened the package!

Whenever someone refers to an "it" succeeding for them, you know they have no chance of success. They are already assigning blame for their future failure to something else--an "it," not them.

In every testimonial I get, people always take credit (as they should) for their own success. "I got your product, took action, and attracted a woman I used to be afraid of." There are no "it's" in that sentence--the buyer took responsibility for his success AND his failure.

Understand this: if you want to succeed in any endeavor, you must understand it's all on you. There's no magical "it" that will succeed for you. You have to get good information, take action,
fail first (that's called real world learning), get up again, take more action, then get results. That's how it works in reality. Get rid of all the "it's" and replace them with "I's"--that's when you'll finally succeed.

On with the fun....

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

PS Ready to step up to the Big Leagues and lead a lifetime of power, success, and choice with women? Go to http://www.johnalanis.com/ultimate_system.htm right now.

Posted by john at 10:32 AM