How to Succeed With Women – BE Murphy’s Law


I was convinced that most guys spend their entire lives feeling like victims of the “Murphy's Law” when it comes to attracting and maintaining relationships with women. You know exactly Murphy. He is a guy who famously proclaimed: "Everything that can go wrong will go wrong in the worst of times."

I will be the first to admit that Murphy probably came up with something. After all, whenever I get to the shortest line in a bank, at the post office or at the grocery store, it's amazing how this magic becomes the longest line simply because I'm standing in it.

Invariably, the guy in front of me, his credit card refused, forgot something in the car, or needs "manager approval." And, of course, it always happens when I am somewhere else in ten minutes.

In fact, it happens to the best of us, isn't it?

Your tire leaves in the middle of the desert at 2 am.

The airline's computers are a mess at the front desk, and as a result you miss the last plane overnight. And tomorrow morning there will be a big meeting.

You go to a restaurant specifically because they have the most amazing main edge in the city. And when you order a waiter, you report that they had a main edge ten minutes ago.

Murphy's Law.

How does this relate to your dating?

You wait and wait to get a tendency to approach a woman on the first day of class. Finally, one week after you take action, you decide "today." Then you see her in the hallway, holding hands with some other guy.

Or you find a woman online, whose profile overshadows everyone else. You take an extra day or two, creating the very first killer email of all time. You go send her to her, and her profile is gone.

Or you really met a great woman. You think everything is going well. In fact, you decided that she was almost everything you ever wanted in a woman. She even hinted that she needed an exclusive relationship. Just when you create the perfect words in the mirror to use it to make reality, the phone rings. She says her ex-boyfriend called and they come back together.

The simple fact is that Murphy's Law is a metaphor that we usually use to describe how we became a victim. By now you know how I feel that I have a “victim’s mentality”. Let's just say women are not attracted to her.

Now, perhaps for the first time in your life, imagine what happens if instead of becoming a victim of Murphy's law, you instead joined Murphy's “law enforcement group”.

What if you can be Murphy's law?

Relax. I'm not going to tell you the "sacrifice" of someone. It is all about you.

What if things start doing the right thing for you at the best time?

If you are talking about attracting great women and keeping them in your life, you are probably talking about being a man who succeeds where others are wrong. Every guy doesn't want to get every woman he wants.

This, by definition, means that you succeed with a particularly amazing woman, Murphy's law will apply to all the other guys who looked at him. This is what I mean by being Murphy's law.

When I was in the business world, I came up with a mindset that changed my life. When making decisions, I considered the following: what solution could my competitors at LEAST make?

This is what Murphy's law looks like.

And, of course, there were cases when there was a great opportunity to submit applications, and several companies could give their best offers at the door. Then, due to some technical significance, another company will come out at the eleventh hour, its offer will be allowed to participate in the competition.

Almost always, this company that came out of nowhere a few days before the reward was planned will win it. Usually, when another firm thought that it had an “internal track” to get a contract.

All I knew was that I would rather be the "eleventh hour" than one of the others.

What for?

Because this is what competitors were afraid of. Invariably, that the last sentence is usually allowed, because all the offers of other bidders were inadequate in some way, which Johnny came recently offered a solution.

Again … Murphy's Law.

And this is my point of view.

When it comes to getting what you want, when others want it, the fact is that someone is going to get what he or she wants. Someone is going to – if even by default – act as the “performer” of Murphy's Law, while others suffer under his iron fist. That someone could be you.

Here is your challenge. From now on, be Murphy's law.

When you see this great woman on the Internet, imagine that all the other guys are puzzled by what to write. You can even visualize all the other letters “Mr. Nice Guy ”or“ Mr. Creepy Guy, inundating her inboxes.

Then, without hesitation, read this woman's profile, find what catches your eye, call her with the first email first … and wait for the results. Be the guy who takes her to make her want to hide her profile at the moment – even when the other guys are typing her in the middle of the phrase.

When you see this amazing woman at the airport, you understand that 95% of other men around you would also like to talk to her … but she will not have the courage. Come to her, imagine yourself and become one person who is the “deciding person” for all the other guys who have collected too much time.

The most phenomenal MOTOS (members of the opposite sex) on Earth ALL will end up with someone. That is, someone will succeed when others wonder what went wrong during the worst of times.

To someone was you.


Source by Scot McKay

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