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January 07, 2007

Are you trying hard, but still not getting results with women?

Are you trying your best to learn attraction, but failing to get the results you want? Are you nervous and awkward around women, even though you don't want to be? Do you know what to do, but just can't seem to do it when you're in front of a woman? If you answered yes to any of these questions, I have good news for you.

The easiest way to master the art and science of attraction is to actually see it in action, to watch an expert demonstrate for you. Attraction is a very visual thing, and once you "see it," you "get it," and once you get it, all the fear and confusion disappears. At the end of the month, I am holding a very special event where I will be showing those selected to attend how to create attraction in person, and you can see the details by going to http://www.johnalanis.com/event_reg.htm The deadline for registration is fast approaching, however, so fast action is necessary on your part--don't delay.

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On with the fun...

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

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Posted by john at 04:28 PM

Rosie O'Donell vs Donald Trump

In case you haven't paid attention to the latest celebrity news (which is now mainstream news since it appears on the CNN website), Rosie O'Donnell and Donald Trump are having a spat.

What are they fighting over, you may ask? The answer is this: Rosie O'Donnell and Donald Trump are fighting over nothing.

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Trump said Rosie is fat. That's true.

Rosie said Trump had bad hair. That's true.

Trump said Rosie had failed many times. That's true (all successful people fail way more than they succeed).

Rosie said Trump had gone broke. Maybe true, maybe not, but pretty much all successful people are broke at some point in their lives.

Now, both of them are all over the news, which is good for Rosie's show, and good for Donald's show. Do I think this is deliberate on their part? No, but I think they both understand the value of publicity. Trump understands very well that he's a person others love to hate (and some love to love), and accepts his role. Rosie gave him an opportunity to play that role yet again in public, and he took it.

All of this is fine for Rosie O'Donnell and Donald Trump, but this is not an example most people should follow. Why? Because there's no good outcome for public spats, unless you have a television show. Yet, most guys will follow Donald Trump's example when a woman says something about them, and start a time wasting spat.

One of the best things I ever learned from How to Win Friends and Influence People was this: no one wins an argument, and no one ever wins a name calling match. The successful person pays no attention to other people saying bad things, or calling them names. In fact, they expect it.

So, if someone, even your wife or girlfriend, says you're fat, have bad hair, or are a failure, pay no attention to it, and use your time for better things... like attracting women, instead of insulting them.

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