Martial Arts Instructor Courses
As a student and teacher of the Martial Arts, I've read many books on the thought behind military and fighting arts. The martial philosophy is almost as interesting as learning the techniques, in many cases. I personally follow much of this code as part of my lifestyle and part of my martial arts training. I've always believed in my own duty to a calling that was more than just my own personal desires or my selfish wants. I don't try to over-glamorize this warrior mindset as anything beyond what it is - a personal philosophy that has become an important part of my life.
An Ego Wall is a place where you hang your awards, certificates, diplomas, pictures, plaques, etc. - all the things that pump up your opinion and belief in yourself. On my Ego Wall I've got pictures of me snowboarding, skydiving, my day at a race car school, my college diploma, my martial arts certificates, etc. It's affirming to me, and when other women see it, they understand that I'm not just waiting around on the sidelines of life - I go out and actively pursue what I want. This is immensely attractive to women.
The next principle is essential for you to have the most success in seduction. This theory comes from martial arts application, and it is known as the occupation. I will refer to this concept several times throughout this book, so it is critical that you understand how it works.
When I use sales techniques to get someone to sign up for a martial arts course, I'm not manipulating them. I'm helping them make a decision they want to make. The problem is that most people don't know what really is best for them. I help them get what they want, as well as what I want. That's what sales is really all about. (And whether or not you want to admit it, everything in life is sales, my friends. Especially dating and seduction.)
This comes up frequently for me in martial arts instruction, when I find I have to deal with a new person and their particular way of learning. When you come to an obstacle, like trying to figure out how to train them for a certain foot or fist position, it's a new challenge every time. And the same person will often learn in different ways at different times.
And I love practicing the martial arts. I enjoy the feeling of vibrancy from performing the katas in precise movements. I love going out by the lake where I live to practice using the sais and the bo staff. I especially enjoy the feeling of discipline, power, and confidence this instills in me in the process of learning and practice.
I've often said that the reason we need advice on women at all is that our fathers didn't or couldn't take the time to teach us what we needed to know (and our mothers taught us the wrong things). What I felt like while reading this book was that a combination of a martial arts sensei, a wise man, a great sales man, a seductionist, and finally dear old dad were all rolled into one giving me the kind of great advice I needed years and years ago.
We've already talked about mystery in the section on how to be compelling. Remember that mystery is missing information. Make the word 'maybe' a mainstay of your vocabulary, and surprise her when possible. Surprise also feeds into excitement. Create excitement by engaging in activities that are novel and physically arousing. A flying lesson, a hike that ends in a breathtaking vista, an exercise or martial arts class, an impromptu road trip - these are all excellent ways of creating excitement.
It's manifested in the way martial arts students look at their teacher with awe and respect. It's evident in the way a teenage kid worships the basketball star whose posters are plastered all over his wall. What's the common thread between the people above They have all distinguished themselves in contrast to everyone else. Whether it's the rock star, the football jock, or the martial arts teacher, they are all separating themselves from the next guy in line.
Something I highly recommend to most guys is the Martial Arts. Personally, I train in Muay-Thai kickboxing and Jujitsu and could not over emphasize and recommend doing martial arts enough. It would be difficult to put the richness of the experience in words, as it is something that must be experienced. If you are reading this book, have the time I have buddies who have always expressed an interest in taking a martial arts class, but have never enrolled in one. Similarly, some of you reading this will find yourself interested in taking some sort of a martial arts class. However, to be fair, you may be know little about where to start, and what style to choose. One of my buddies is a martial arts teacher who teaches at the local gym. At times, he has women volunteering their phone numbers at the end of training. He is in a position of authority, he is teaching them something, and is demonstrating high social value by doing so. More importantly, he is in a position of power, and that's...
I started as a student of human motivation and success principles, studying Dennis Waitley, Earl Nightingale, Napoleon Hill, Tony Robbins, and others. I've studied persuasion and psychology, using it for sales. I am also a student of Eastern philosophy - Zen, Buddhism, Taoism, the martial arts, and I've taken a very centered approach that I think you'll find refreshingly clear. No weird crystals, chanting, or meditation mantras. Just the Truth, friends. Dating is an indirect art, and you'd be amazed how well Eastern wisdom addresses this.
Think about it If you want to learn Martial Arts, you go to a dojo and learn from a black belt. If you want to learn how to drive an eighteen-wheel truck, you go to a school where they teach it. So you need to go talk to men who get women, then you need to do the things they're doing and behave like a man who gets women. I've got that experience, and I'll share what I have, and you should look to find others, too.
Of course you can't stay high energy forever. After you get their attention and create some attraction you can lower your energy and go for rapport. If you have problem with controlling your energy, I strongly suggest you learn to play a sport or study martial arts or yoga to learn how to control energy. Try different things in the beginning. Approach very high energy, then try it lower, just above theirs, and see where you get the best reactions. It is different depending on your personality but in general if you cannot raise and control your energy, you will have lot of problems controlling your interactions and conveying the personality traits that will trigger attraction. I notice that a lot of guys have the same, flat energy levels no matter what emotional state they are in happy, angry, sad, excited, etc. Regardless of what they are feeling, they have the same flat tone, pitch, movements, speed, etc. That's not good. You must learn to be more expressive and to use your body to...
- You'll find that a large social network also helps you in your personal interests. The other day a friend of mine called to tell me about a television special on the Shaolin Monks, knowing that I had an interest in them and martial arts. You'll have people calling you to tell you about special sales and other things that might interest you. All because you keep your friends a part of your life.
I have friends in different circles and groups. I'll mention a few A group of friends who are into fitness and the martial arts A group of friends who are artists, actors, and musicians Let's say I was spending some time with the analytical group. These guys have a wide range that is specific to them from guys who enjoy conducting research on different issues, to guys who enjoy discussing technology, gadgets and state of the art equipment. Talking to these guys about martial arts, a new workout routine in the gym, or the Lakers game last night would bear no social relevance. They'd lose interest very quickly and it would be apparent in the expressions on their faces.
It's even better if you can find a competitive sport to get in touch with your macho side. The most successful Don Juans I know are ACTIVE in sports like soccer, basketball, martial arts, etc. Competition is great for those of you who need to grow a pair. What You thought your testosterone levels would rise just by sitting there Please.
Martial Arts An Introduction
Anytime an individual decides to learn how to protect themselves, learn self defense, or become a better person, one thing comes to mind - Martial Arts. Martial Arts are now being practiced all over the world.