You’ve felt this way, I guarantee it. Unless you were born into a super-wealthy, old-money family, at some point or another, you felt your life hindered your chance at meeting, attracting, and getting women.
“My car is a piece of shit! How am I supposed to take a girl on a date in this?” you have wondered.
“I work in fast food, covered in grease, flipping burgers. What woman is going to be impressed by that?” you cried.
“I can’t spend the night with a woman! I life in a shithole, surrounded by messy roommates,” you exclaimed.
These are all very common complaints. But ultimately, they are just excuses that men someones use to insulate themselves from taking a risk and potentially facing rejection. It’s not that you can’t attract women because of money. It’s that you allow a lack of money to prevent you from trying to meet women.
To explain how things aren’t all lost even in the worst of situations, Stylelife brings you a three part series of articles.
My Job, Car, & Home All Suck: How to be Proud and High Value, and Attract Women, Even When Times are Tough
In this first installment, we’ll look at the myth of the shitty job, with insights directly from our expert coach The Sneak.
If You Think Your Job Sucks
Every job in this world serves an important purpose. In my life, before I taught seduction, I cleaned toilets. It’s not glamorous, but if nobody had that job, there would be crap everywhere. Literally.
There are different types of women in the world, a very small percentage are highly materialistic and may require you make a certain amount of money before getting involved with you romantically. The following two trais are much more important:
* The passion and love you have your work.
* Great stories about work experiences.
The reason I cleaned toilets is because I wanted to be a stand up comedian and I had a deal with the comedy clubs. I did the dirty work mopping, taking out the trash, etc. They gave me 5 minutes on the mic at the end of the show.
That simple story can now lead into many others. From there, people usually asked questions about my experiences in comedy, rather than the ones cleaning toilets. I was prepared with entertaining tales about either.
If you have NO passion and NO love for your work, if you have NO great stories or experiences to share, then QUIT YOUR JOB. You are obviously doing the wrong thing in life. Find a new gig and in order to fix that off balance area before you worry about meeting women.
Check back on Wednesday for an examination of the piece of shit car mentality.