Don’t become a seduction junkie

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David DeAngelo of Double Your Dating always warns people from becoming “conference junkies”. It is a powerful statement coming from someone who makes his money from conferences.

I’ve recommended some seduction products to my quickly learning wing “Flamingo Kid”. I gave him David D’s warning.

He said:

“Don’t worry, I only seek out material when I am looking for solutions to a problem that I cannot figure out on my own.”

He was having problems creating comfort with a girl. He found his answer with Mehow’s Get the Girl book. He set the book down and put what he learned into action.

It is so important to get out there and put what you learn to work. If you are successful, great. If you hit a snag, analyze it. If you can’t figure it out on your own, get help.

But please don’t get this misconstrued, you should still visit eSeduce.com daily if not hourly…




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  • Yummy Stale Bread
    April 15th, 2008 at 3:14 pm

    I think learning (e-books, audio, video, seminars, bootcamps, etc.) and practicing are equally important. Too much practice without enough learning is probably going to result in reinforcing bad habits. Instead I think one should always be learning and practicing :-)

  • Matt Savage
    April 16th, 2008 at 8:51 am

    People should definitely be learning and improving but it seems like a common trap for most aspiring seducers to get caught up in all the information out there without practicing much of that information.

    The way to go about it is to learn a little bit and then go out and practice that thing to near perfection. Then you move on to the next piece of knowledge and practice the shit out of that, etc.

    I forgot where I read it but someone said that you should spend 20% of your time reading this stuff and 80% practicing.

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