Traditional seduction psychology holds that women are attracted to "alpha males" of their species.
So you're told to "demonstrate high value," and be "cocky/funny."
And this isn't bad advice... but it's just not enough.
Because women have incredibly strong perceptive filters, and while you're trying to "fake it till you make it," she knows that you're not Brad Pitt, Derek Jeter, or some Wall Street badass.
In fact, try to be too "cool" or alpha, and it will actively work against you.
Few of history's great seducers were "alpha males." From Lord Byron, to Casanova, to Johnny Depp's character in Don Juan DeMarco, their true power came from their ability to create compelling emotional experiences for the women in their lives...
While other men were out working in the factories, attending to politics, and getting caught up in their day to day lives (and dragging their women along with them), these masterful ladies' men were able to take women to incredible, exotic, romantic escapes from the tedium of their lives... with nothing more than their words... all by captivating their emotions.
And over the course of thousands of interactions, I've had a chance to not just experience, but to analyze - line by line - exactly what was working and what wasn't.