Interviews with dating gurus zan
, the book that exposed millions to the burgeoning seduction community, author Neil Strauss devoted an entire chapter to Zan Perrion, calling him “the undisputed heavyweight of the genre” and noting that “in four years, he never once asked for advice, he only gave it.” Seduction icon David De Angelo has called Zan “an example of a true natural,” and Mystery, of VH-1’s Zan, though, maintains that he is not a pickup artist.Instead, he is a romance artist, one who views women as the highest form of art and has dedicated his life to the pursuit of beauty in all its forms.I have spent the last decade writing and talking to men about women.That is obviously the highly condensed version of my story.It is not meant to save you or the world, and much of what I say may not appeal to you. It ALL works for me, IN THE REAL WORLD, and has been used over and over and over to get me laid. You don’t need to argue with any of it, unless of course you’re feeling insecure. I made the decision about two and a half years ago that I needed to get the area of my life ‘handled’ called ‘dealing with women.’ So I made a decision and a commitment to myself and my best friend that I would do whatever it took to learn and ‘figure this out.’ (Read Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill Chapter #1 for more on this mindset).Background: I had always had ‘girlfriends by default’ as Ross Jeffries calls them.
Just take her to bed and be totally uninterested in her physically.
Then at around age nineteen, with no formal education and no money, I emerged, as it were, into society.
I immediately started along the much-touted path of societal prudence: get a job, get a mortgage, buy lots of things, save for your retirement.
But talk smooth and who knows, she might initiate something.
In other words, the odds are far better for you to get some action from her if she is in your bed than if she is not.