How you can use social media and other methods to create a public image, reputation and persona of a man who is happy, successful, confident and popular with women, so you can attract like-minded lovers, friends, clients and the lifestyle you’ve always wanted.
In this video coaching newsletter, I discuss an email from a viewer who wants to know what he can do to create the perception that he is successful with women and successful in life to attract the kind of women he really wants, without creating a bunch of fake social media posts and a phony image of himself. He believes that posting things about himself to social media is a beta male move and has actually deleted his Facebook profile because he also feels it is approval seeking behavior.
I explain how and what kinds of things he should be posting to social media and also the kinds of things he should be doing to create a great life and reputation that will effortlessly deliver an endless supply of like-minded women to date and friends he can socialize with. My comments are in (bold parenthesis like this below) in the body of his email.
First off, I want to say thank you for being fucking awesome. You are a gift to this world. You are affecting many lives in a positive way, and your work is greatly appreciated. I really enjoy reading your book. (Thank you. I share things with the world that I’m passionate about, that I believe in and that I know work.)
I have a question regarding pre-selection. Obviously, women are more attracted to a man who they think gets a lot of attention from other women, regardless of his looks or if she is attracted to that man initially. (It’s absolutely true. If women think you’re already successful and popular with other women, they will assume you must be a good guy to be around.) How can a man give off the vibe that he is fun, fucking awesome, and has a lot of women in his life, without pulling the beta male move of purposefully posting manipulating bullshit on social media? For example, celebrities don’t need social media because their success is already portrayed through TV. (Yes, but most of them are on social media. It identifies your personal brand. You should use it to market yourself and your professional life, because you will continually attract more and more like-minded people that will interact with your content.) How can the average guy “show” women that he is successful in all aspects of his life without seeking approval from others by posting bulllshit on social media?
I deleted my Facebook, and even when I had my Facebook account, I hardly posted shit because I believe it is approval-seeking behavior. (If you’re doing it to get something, that is the wrong mindset. You should do it to promote the things you’re passionate about.) It helps your attractiveness when a woman visits your Facebook page and sees a bunch of pictures of you having fun, being the center of attention, being the man in the middle of your group of people, and just having pictures with other women in general. (It’s true. If you want to meet more women, it’s a mistake to hide your Facebook profile. The content you post will continue to benefit you in the future.) However, I feel that it is such a beta male move to post pictures like that, because a true alpha male does not need to post shit like that, because he does not need the approval of others and does not care what others think of him. (That’s a true statement, but what you post is what you are. You’ve got to think about marketing yourself. They will be viewed by potential employers. You should think about the personal brand you start building today. Does it make you look good, more confident, easy to get along with, are you a likeable person? You’ll need this your whole life.) I guess the best-case scenario would be if other women posted pictures of you rather than posting shit like that yourself. Your help on this topic would be appreciated. (Social media services are free, and it’s great for your social life. It will help you create the life and lifestyle you’d like, so you should definitely utilize that.)
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“You attract how you act. Like attracts like. People who like the same things tend to like each other. In order to meet like-minded friends, clients and lovers, your social media profiles should reflect your hobbies, interests, lifestyle and things that are important to you. By consistently posting content on a regular, daily basis that you and your like-minded friends, family and peer group have mutual interest in, their interacting with your content will electronically make it easy for other like-minded people to discover and interact with. People who have the most interest in the types of things that you do will find their way to you and seek you out. You also should socialize with like-minded people who share the same interests. This way, your life, lifestyle and social media profiles will effortlessly deliver a constant stream of new potential lovers, clients and friends.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne
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