Yes, a seducer is a manipulator... but a benevolent one whose mission is to bring love and happiness to the women of the world! A noble cause indeed. I mention this only because some people have a problem with the notion of seduction. They believe it's all some kind of evil "mind-controlling" magic whose goal is to make another person do something for the seducers' benefit that they normally wouldn't do. That's a ridiculous bunch of crap probably spread by man-hating feminists (how the hell are people supposed to get together? Should we go back to arranged marriages? Would that suit these miserable trolls?). The "big" idea behind seduction is simply to sell your male goods in as favorable a light as possible to a member of the opposite sex that you are attracted to. You're goal is to leave any woman that you encounter feeling better about herself for having met you than she likely felt before your paths crossed.
Once you practice seduction and start to become good at it, your personal courage in social situations will begin to go up steadily. That's because once you know you have the power to elicit a positive response from someone your fear of being rejected by them diminishes to almost nothing. And anything that we can do to reduce your fear of rejection is a major step forward, right?
Moreover, your brand of courage will be classy because it's based on a personal style of charisma that makes people feel good about themselves. I once read in a magazine somewhere that if you can be flattering, funny and fearless most any woman can be yours, (and this article was written by a woman). Two out of these three are possible simply by making a commitment to being upbeat in your approach towards women, and by taking a relaxed, lighthearted approach to things the third one is easily in reach as well. It's as easy as having the right tone of voice, remembering to stay on message, and keeping in mind the goal of having her associate good feelings with being around you. You're the honey, and she's the bee. You're too cool to try, you attract.
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