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Quote from John Freeman on September 13, 2020, 2:14 pm

Module 6 chapter 4: the woman in the video is Ivanka (Trump's daughter), not Melania (Trump's wife).

ironic because Trump has joked in public that since Ivanka looks so good in his opinion he would date her if she were not his daughter.

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The secret then is to not let bad encouters sour your self-esteem and confidence.

Module 6, quiz 1

Great advice by the way, thanks a lot!

Thank you guys, fixed!

To answer some of the questions / points:

In my country girls are having babies at 15 so we got some "MILFS + JAILBAITS" here. no bueno.

Daaamn 😀

while staying attractive might make a better genetic bet for a choosy male than an untested teenager of unproven fertility

The original "might have made" in that instance was referring to our evolutionary past.

Such as, those who went after 30 years old with children might have left behind more children and/or better-reared children compared to those who went after teenagers or 20-something -and that might explain the strong preference that many men still exhibit for "MILFs" (the 30-something, not the jailbait ones :)--.

It's a hypothesis of course and we don't have much evidence for it. But it makes logical sense. From a genetic point of view, a MILF who's also a good mother is likely to be a far safer bet than a younger but untested woman -especially if she's more unstable and less reliable-.

Some manipulators fake some aspects of asexuality or reduced libido traits to keep power in sexual dynamics.

That's a good point.
I would be surprised if many women did not feign lower libido to both gain the sexual upper end, and to look more Madonna.

I dont know how this works in the extremes, but I have read one should dress just a little better than the people around, so you will stand out but not too much, like it would be weird to be the only one in a formal fashion suit in a place where everyone is in shorts and pijamas.

Yeah, that makes a lot of sense.

With the usual exceptions applying, of course. If everyone dresses sloppy, you still will gain people's -and women's- attention by dressing well.

If you dress more classy in a group of well dressed, but more alternative folks, then you still stand out and not in a positive way.
And you will difficulties fitting in.
However, just by being different, and by being different in a way that is usually considered high-power and high-class in society, you will still catch enough women's attention that some of them will secretly want to get to know you more -or get together with you-.

I am not clear how you can advertise something you have still not found?

I mean that finding your own niche is all about being able to also communicate you part of that niche -and that you are a cool guy within that niche-.

For example, if you find your niche in the affluent, well-dressed folks but you don't dress, look, act, and advertise the money of being part of that niche, then it's like you're not part of that niche.

Same if your niche is "being an emotional artist". If you are an emotional artist, but you do not convey that, then it's like you don't reap the sexual benefits.

Basically, it's about making sure that the "being" aligns with the "looking".
Just "being" without conveying it doesn't cut it.

 

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The original "might have made" in that instance was referring to our evolutionary past

I wanted to clarify that it still makes sense in the present so maybe "might have made and still might make sense".

Anyways the idea is clear as most things that used to make sense in the evolutionary past are still attractive today even if things have change making some of those qualities less relevant or in some cases counterproductive.

 

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Quote from Stef on September 13, 2020, 8:44 pm

The original "might have made" in that instance was referring to our evolutionary past

I wanted to clarify that it still makes sense in the present so maybe "might have made and still might make sense".

Anyways the idea is clear as most things that used to make sense in the evolutionary past are still attractive today even if things have change making some of those qualities less relevant or in some cases counterproductive.

Gotcha, OK, makes sense.

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article about the judge role in social power:

 Using that power for good causes elevates and improves poeple’s

He sleeps around and has more than partner? Immature! Lier!

one partner

Brother: Get back in the houes with your

Thank you, Stef! Fixed.

 

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I just noticed the liar even pronounced as "lier" is actually written with "A" in classical English mind-fuking spelling/pronunciation...

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The Judge Role: A Tool For Power & Control

4. Coaches / Mentors / Sponsors
6. Bosses

Number 5 is missing.

You don’t want to give judge powers to anyone in your life
So albeit you always want to be careful about whom you elevate to a judge in your life, you can welcome positive judges because they will help you grow and develop.

I think it would be good to clarify the nuances about if and when it is convenient to grant someone judge power? cause those sentences sounds contradictory.

Note: value-adding judge does not equal good judgment:
As a last note, don’t confuse value-adding judges, or “good” judges, for brevity, with “good judgment“.

to make it more clear I would said: As a last note, don’t confuse value-adding judges, or “good” judges, for brevity, with “flattering verdict“.

the word good is too inespecific as it can mean good in the sense of being right, or good in the sense of making the recipient feel good, and good judgement can mean a good process yet not necesariously a correct verdict or just a verdict that may be wrong in relation to reality but makes the recipient feel good.

 

 

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Thank you, Stef! Very, very good points, and fixed it.

 

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