Why There are no good men left!
In my last post I contended that there are a lot of good men available everywhere!
Well today I kind of change my mind.
You see I have actually figured out what you mean when you say that you “can’t find any good man.”
And guess what? I agree.
What you are actually saying is you can’t find a man that fits the image of what you are looking for in your head.
Yes there are lots of nice guys around, but some of them are “too nice.” You definitely don’t want that type of niceness. You want a “real man“. A man’s man.
Look I have to break the news to you. Sorry girl, I have to be the one to tell you this but … he doesn’t exist!!!!
Yes that is right. There is no one in the entire world that can match the idyllic image you have in your mind. Well the image and qualities of the person you are dreaming about eliminates 99.9% of the men in the world.
Why is this so?
Well your mind is like a super computer. It pieces together all the good qualities and picture of all the men you have ever been in contact with and creates an ideal image of the right man, your dream man. Problem is, it a mind-computer generated image/picture – it bears no relationship with the real flesh/blood imperfect guys walking around. That is why you can’t find a man. They are not good enough, smart enough, handsome enough, ambitious enough and intelligent enough. And the one you gave a chance to prove himself was ghastly disappointment.
So does that mean that you are doomed to a life of loneliness. No. There is a solution to all of this. Trust me.
You can indeed get someone who can make you happy, ecstatically happy.
I am asking you to lower your standards. No. However I will give you a formula that will help you immediately.
I have seen incredible and amazing results when people like you use it. Its not complicated either. You do not have undergo any psychological assessment or profiling. It can be used at any age. It does not matter if you are in your teens, twenties, thirties, forties, fifties or retired.
One of my clients, Ama just couldn’t get a man in her life for years. After doing this simple exercise she was able to match up with one of the most wonderful men available. And guess what it was someone she had known for some time.
Would you believe me if I were to tell you that there may be diamonds in your backyard. Well there very well might be. Many times we spend our lives looking for illusive gems in faraway places when they may just be right in your backyard.
Again let me stress that I am asking you to lower your standards or even generate a different set of criteria.
I am going to teach you something that many people pay hundreds of dollars to find out. Do not be deceived by the simplicity or that fact that I am sharing it with you for free. I really want to see you make progress in your romantic life.
Take a sheet of paper. List all the qualities that you are looking for in your ideal partner. Write as many as you can think. If you are stuck. Then quickly get another sheet of paper and list all the things that you don’t want in man. Things that you hate, can’t stand, or just won’t be able to live with. Then go back to the first sheet of paper and write the opposite of the things you don’t want in a partner.
The length of the list doesn’t really matter. However the longer and more comprehensive it is the better.
Take your time on this one. There is no rush.
Finished? You can go back and add to, take away from or edit your list as you please.
Now I am going to give you a very powerful formula that has been used in the business world for some time now, but many relationship experts haven’t picked up on yet.
It is called the 80:20 rule. Simply put someone figured out that greatest amount of profit in a company is generated by only 20% of the company’s activities.
That is of no relevance to us here except that we are going to use the principle in a slightly different way here.
Since no one can fit your ideal-man picture what I am going to suggest to you is to use the 80:20 or 70:30 rule. If someone gets more than 70-80% of the things you are looking for then he fits the bill of the right person for you.
We are accustomed to this type of criteria in school. It’s called a pass mark. You do not have to get 100% of all the questions right to pass. You need only to be able to demonstrate that you know enough of the subject for you to get a pass. Interestingly many times the person who was able to get 100% pass was not usually the best at the practical part of the subject.
So if someone scores above 70% of the list of things you are looking for, he is a definite candidate for being your ideal partner.
Using this principle will help you to realize that there may be more potential partners than you initially thought possible.
Here is a contoversial video about the topic. Let me know what you think about this guy’s ideas.