Tell Women What They Want to Hear
The most effective way to seduce a woman is to tell her what she wants to hear. Women already realize this fact, as they fix themselves up to show what men want to see by dying their hair, getting hair extensions, applying makeup, wearing fake fingernails, and wearing high heels. They may also go to extremes by getting breast implants, plastic surgery, and Botox. They do all that and much more to appear more attractive to men, and it is completely acceptable and often appreciated, as long as it is done in moderation.
But males cannot make such drastic improvements in their attractiveness by altering their looks, since females are more attracted to a male’s behavior than his body. He can, however, alter his behavior, including telling women what they want to hear, to become more attractive to them.
Most people jump to the wrong conclusions when they hear that the best way for a male to seduce women is to tell women what they want to hear. Many have moral objections to it because they believe it only means lying to women, which is socially unacceptable, unlike when females lie to males. These people do not understand what women want, though, because they are stuck with the beliefs that males need achievements and amazing stories to impress women and prove their worth, or they believe that all that women want to hear are promises of eternal love or marriage.
In that mindset, lying seems inevitable and therefore quickly comes to mind, but it is not the mindset that you will have after reading my book and finally understand what women want.
Avoiding lies should not be a problem as long as you understand that you do not have to agree with women on everything for them to like you, that you should not be afraid to say something that could upset them, that women love your candid opinion, that you do not need to impress them with amazing stories or grandiose achievements, and that it is not necessary to make promises you do not intend to keep.
Only males who are under the influence of bad socialization—those who lack confidence, self-esteem, and understanding of what women want—feel so inadequate that they pretend to be more rich, famous, successful, and ambitious than they really are, thinking this will make them more attractive.