It is important to have the correct level of confidence and humility with a woman.
Women love confidence in a man. It is an alpha male trait.
Too much confidence is counterproductive. You will appear cocky as opposed to confident.
Too little confidence and you appear weak and beta.
Men who are straightforward, open and honest project sexy confidence.
That beats any aphrodisiac.
It turns a woman on.
What are women looking for in a man?
Most men think it’s money or a big cock is what women are after. Sure, money, in particular, can help. But, women prefer strong, confident men.
Women are after confidence, a sense of humor and success.
This requires a man to be direct, straightforward and open.
Money and physical attributes are important.
A confident alpha male has these attributes as standard. He has personal and career goals. He tends to take care of his appearance.
With this success, he gets confidence.
Women find this direct, alpha type approach attractive.
Not all women are the same. We have different levels of women.
You don’t need to talk to a 180lb, 5’2″ girl in the same manner as a 140lb 5’6″ girl.
You need to determine what level of confidence and humility to approach these girls.
Here is how you talk to a woman with the correct amount of confidence.
This is not my own method. It was taught to me by the late, great Patrice O’Neal. I recommend you listen to Patrice on YouTube. He was spitting out red pill truths before it was popular.
The theory is based on an attractiveness scale. The scale is simple and replaces the standard 1-10 rating scale.
The 1-10 scale seems easy and practical to use but you always find yourself wanting to put a decimal after the whole number.
Sometimes a girl might be a 6 but in reality, she’s a 6.5. So, is she closer to a 6 or a seven?
In reality, there is a big difference between a slightly better than average looking woman and a hot woman.
The 1-10 scale has a grey area around the 5-6 range which is where many are ranked.
If you give a girl a six, then it seems like she could be uglier than what she is because it’s almost a five, which would be average.
Anything below a five is below average and untouchable.
If you give a girl a seven because you think she’s better than a “six”, then you kind of bring down the value of a true seven. This is where the 1-30 scale makes up for all that.
Think of the 1-30 scale broken up into three parts:
First, you categorise the women into one of three buckets. Ugly, average and hot.
- 1-10 = Ugly Women
- 11-20 = Average Women
- 21-30 = Hot Women
Once you determine what group a certain woman belongs to, you can then give her a rating in her scale.
Since you have already determined if she is ugly, average, or hot, there is no need for decimals or devaluing the scale. So for example, you may think that a girl working the checkout is average.
That would place her into the ugly group, but she’s on the high end of the ugly group scale, so a nine or 10.
She’s one of those girls who you would sleep with but not tell anyone. On a 1-10 scale, you’d only give her a 4 or 5.
You cannot talk to a woman with a rating of 10 on the 1-30 scale with too much confidence.
The levels of sexual market value would be out of alignment. Too much confidence with a hot, ugly girl would make her suspicious.
Lady Gaga would be an example of a hot, ugly woman. She has lots of professional make-up artists to help her out but generally, she is a hot, ugly woman.
Kelly Osborne would be another example of an attractive, ugly girl.
Someone like Natalie Portman would be in the Hot Women category and would most likely in the upper region of her respected scale.
I would say some people in this group would consider her a 24. She would be a hot “hot” person.
A 24 would require much more confidence because her sexual market value is much higher. She requires you be display high-value traits.
How does this work in real life?
Let’s say there was a female in your office. She’s the most attractive female in your office, but in reality, she’s average. Let’s give her an 18 or 19, because she’s a hot average person.
Just because she is the hottest girl in the office, doesn’t mean you need to treat her like a goddess of beauty. After all, she’s still just a hot, average looking girl.
By using the 1-30 scale, you can objectively rate women and then approach and talk to them with the right level of confidence.
Good luck, guys!