How to make dates with women you encounter while living your life that lead to sex, dating and successful relationships. The importance of chemistry and mutual interests and how they make pickup, dating, relationships and sex, easy and effortless.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss two different emails from two different viewers. The first email is from a viewer who is moving on after his marriage ended. He met a woman he really liked at a restaurant he frequents, read her obvious attraction, but did not ask her out. The next week he went back, but she was not there. However, there was an even more beautiful woman there this time around… upgrade! She also gave many indicators of interest. This time he casually made a date to meet up for dancing. It’s a good email to illustrate the progression of going from fearful to confident and successful when it comes to overcoming approach anxiety.
The second email is from a guy who just started dating a woman that knocks his socks off. He started following my work because he has always been good at meeting women, creating attraction and seducing them successfully, but they always seemed to disappear shortly after he sealed the deal due to over pursuing and trying to lock women down to a commitment. He wants to make sure he does not screw this one up.
“Attraction isn’t a choice. People who like the same things, who share the same type of goals, values and interests, will have way more chemistry and fun than two people who are just physically attracted to one another. Sex is a small part of any intimate relationship. You will have much better experiences, more fun, more fulfillment and more enjoyment with someone who you actually like hanging out with and listening to. Focus on picking up, dating and having relationships with people who you have a lot of chemistry and fun with. If you do, your personal life will be effortless and easy. If you insist on trying to pickup, date and seduce those who you are attracted to, but who are not that into you, your personal life will mostly be frustrating, difficult and disappointing. Make sure you are mutually valued and appreciated before giving your heart away. If you don’t value your heart and what you have to offer, nobody else will value it either.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne