My mind is racing with so much information. This time, however, the information was given to me by a dude that came completely under the radar after the first impression. So I walk into the seminar room, and I see Sheriff who I already knew and I see this short Asian dude who does not look like a Love Systems instructor at all again, this is first impression: I saw these interactions as something I have to get out of the way but never as something that can be hugely beneficial to impact my life.
So I started changing the basic concepts of my everyday interactions. I really wanted to understand other individuals so I can see them as they see themselves and I can learn from them by seeing what their strongest points are and modeling them. Also, by being genuinely interested in them you really can develop a solid friendship with them.
I did this because I want to be surrounded by cool people. Cool people tend to stay around you if you offer value to their lives and you see them as they see themselves. You must take the time to understand them instead of imposing your own ego. People are usually more invested in their own interests than whatever you are interested in, so if you focus on them, not only will people find it easier to relate to you, but you can also usually learn a thing or two from them.
Without these principles I would have just heard him talk about their promotion company in the UK and I would have dismissed it by trying to tell them how cool the nightlife in Chicago is and how awesome my game is, but instead I became curious about this and I decided to find out more.
First, let me try to explain what they are doing. Because of this they automatically develop a reputation and they become like gods in the clubs they go to; they have women wanting them just because of who they are so they can skip attraction since they get it right off the bat. Getting laid is so easy: The key to build up your social circle is to make all of your six to eight main friends connectors. He says that he is pretty brutal about this; if anyone is not a connector, then he simply does not have time to make him or her a critical part of his life.
Just as important is the direction where you are going. You will naturally tend to gravitate to people that are going in the same direction as you. I look at this and look at my friends, and it seems that we want the same thing: The key to adding social value is involving other people in your activities.
Probably the most painful lesson I have ever learned as I was going to approach her and I pushed him to do it instead, and it turns out to be a super-intelligent and cool Playboy model with the hookup for the Playboy mansion. Be a connector yourself.
Hi guys, Dahunter wanted me to talk briefly about my social circle game. The process is roughly: A big part of achieving 2 is having a solid social circle. I run a form of social circle game on steroids. There are two main types of people: A leecher is someone who adds no value to your life and generally brings you down — usually through things like negativity, inability to progress, disinterest in evolving as a person, etc.
The connector brings attractive elements into your life. One of my connectors is an actor who is well-connected in certain acting social circles — I go to see his shows regularly with other friends and other connectors.
The second and equivalently crucial point about connectors is that these guys are fun, interesting, and positive people that bring value and forward momentum to your life. They have their own interests, but are motivated together in the common goal to improve their lives or achieve a specific goal which aligns them well with you. Hanging around these people motivates me to excel — in pick up - but more importantly as a person. You have room in your life for probably eight core friends.
The objective should be to make them all connectors. You invest time into developing relationships with connectors. They bring value to your life and you also offer some sort of value to theirs. The objective should be for you to put your connectors together and be the center of a wider network of social circles. Being in the center opens opportunities and connections that were previously not available to you.
In particular, I put the magician in touch with the actor they are now doing a joint DVD , and the promoter in touch with the TV guy their contacts have mutual benefits to one another. The central point is this: This is a tough decision and a controversial one, but often necessary if you want to develop as a person. There is a lot more to this. But the central points are to a have people who bring value your life b bring value to their lives c be a connector yourself and d help each other in accomplishing goals through the journey of life.
I hope this has been useful to readers.