Thursday, November 6, 2008

These Shoes Are Too Tight!

These Shoes Are Too Tight!

Sometimes when we are at the window looking into someone else’s life, it’s easy to pass judgment based on what we see at that particular moment. I’ve always been told to believe none of what I hear and only half of what I see and frankly, I think maybe half is too much. I say this because for a long time, I was the person standing at the window looking in-passing judgment on other people simply because they looked or behaved a certain way.

At the age of nineteen, I was carefree and single. I had been in one relationship that was basically puppy love. I was happy go lucky, and very self-righteous. I couldn’t understand how a young lady could find herself pregnant without a husband and I was very vocal about it. Guess what happened to my self-righteous behind? In a span of 5 years I fell in love two times and became a single mother not one or two times, but three. And to add insult to injury, my children were fathered by different men.

Taking a short journey in someone else’s shoes is one of the most surefire ways for me to stay balanced and honest. I’ve stepped into a dancer’s shoes when I was tempted to judge her –not knowing she had children to feed. I’ve stepped into a disabled person’s shoes more often than I can remember [Read more]

Twenty-Eight Hours

Have you ever spent twenty-eight hours with somebody and it felt like one minute? Twenty-eight hours in which the conversation never ceased to stop? Twenty-eight hours in which the excitement kept building and where the connection kept getting stronger as each minute passed?

Life is a gift. It’s time all of you started accepting the gift of life, because when you do what will happen is that you will actually start to meet people who are going to blow you away. When you’re open and you’re being honest, that is when you’re going to find someone who is also open and honest and then life is just going to seem to mesh.

You will be on the same page with this person about everything you think and feel. It’s amazing when you spend twenty-eight hours with somebody, and when they leave all you want to do is start another twenty-eight hours with them all over again. You don’t want that person to leave. You just want them to stay [Read more]

One Real Change Beats a Thousand Daydreams

Successful change requires taking action, handling the problem in a different way than you have in the past. Thinking about it, wishing, daydreaming, repeating old behaviors, none of that works. Only an actual change in your behavior will move you in a new direction to fix the problem.

But if you’re like most of us, much as you may want to change, when the time comes to actually do things differently, negative feelings get in the way. Everybody wants to feel ready to change before they get going. “As soon as I lose 20 pounds, I’ll try to find a guy.” “When I don’t feel so depressed, I’m definitely going to look for a job.

”Or sometimes when people’s feelings resist change, they decide change is totally impossible for them. “It’s my nature to be shy. There’s nothing I can do about that.” “It would make me too nervous to give up cigarettes.” “AA can’t help. My father was alcoholic and so was my grandfather. It’s genetic.

”Wanting to feel ready to change before taking action is exactly backwards. As a clinical psychologist who has spent many years helping people successfully change, I know that if you wait to feel ready to make your move, you could wait forever. But the good news is, with the right roadmap, it’s perfectly possible to move yourself forward without feeling ready. We don’t like to go against our own feelings, but in the situations I’m talking about, it isn’t dangerous to do so, just uncomfortable. And there are techniques you can learn to handle that discomfort and move forward anyway [Read more]

Will Shopping Save the Economy

Shopping is our real national pastime, but it comes, as he warns, at a price that is not advertised in the malls:

The idyllic wonderland of consumer credit too often belies a reality of unknown sacrifices and enduring debt… the credit card industry is playing a crucial role in transforming American consumer attitudes. The promotion of “immediate gratification” ruptures the cognitive connection between earnings/saving and credit/debt that has traditionally shaped consumer behavior. It is this “cognitive disconnect,” with its siren song “Buy, buy, buy. It could be free, free, free” that constitutes the cornerstone of the Credit Card Nation.

And so it is not surprising that holidays are used or created as national events to spur consumption. They have become rituals of shopping. None is as important as the first day after Thanksgiving, itself a day set aside for overindulgence at the kitchen table. That day now has a name, Black Friday, so called because it is supposed to be the day when the whole retail sector goes into the black financially. (This may not have been such a wise use of language since the Wall Street crash of l929, ushering in the Great Depression, started on a “Black Thursday.”) [Read more]

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Dating Other Women

How to Save Marriage by Talking to and Dating Other Women

Sooner or later your wife is going to be looking for a new man. A guy who is confident and self assured. Someone who is capable of living his own life while protecting her at the same time. You can be this guy if you want to be and one of the ways you can help yourself to turn into the man she wants is to start dating other women. You won't get your wife back just because you've been out on dates but it will give your confidence a boost that your ex is bound to notice.

Pleading with your wife to change her mind about the breakup is not going to work. This is what most guys do in this situation because it's what all your instincts are telling you that you should do. This is why most men fail to save their marriages. All you will succeed in doing is push your wife further away and make things even worse than they were before.

It's hard at first. I know because I've been there. You've probably forgotten how to talk to women and you may be a little frightened by the thought of it. Well you have to get over that. Force yourself to take the plunge and just say something to a woman. Anything - it doesn't matter much what you say, the point is just give it a go [Read more]

Parking Spaces As Real Estate Investments

So how much does a deeded parking space cost? It depends on where you are located. In New York, it's possible to pay more than $175,000 for a prime parking spot. In Chicago, deeded parking spaces run anywhere from $20,000 to $65,000 or more in some of the trendy new construction high-rises or downtown locations.

According to Parkingsearch, the value of parking spaces has increased by quite a bit over the past few years. Their research finds that in Chicago the average parking space sold for $28,000. By 2006 that increased to $30,000 and last year in 2007 it was about $33,000. With a fixed rate loan of 6 percent there is definitely a profit to be made. It may be a bit if a challenge to find a bank to loan you the money, but it is certainly doable. You monthly payment should be in the range of $200 and the going rate for renting a parking space in prime spots can be as much as $300 to $500.You need to keep in mind that you'll have a few fees associated with owning a parking space. It isn't all profit. While you won't have much upkeep on the spot, you will probably have to pay a maintenance fee to the building or condo association. A deed must be obtained, liability insurance is a good idea and yearly taxes must be paid [Read more]

Currency Controls Coming to the U.S.?

Exactly what is a digital blip worth? For that matter consider that the paper dollars in your pocket are backed by nothing more than digital blips.

Washington backs those dollars and blips with nothing more than the promise of "I owe you nothing". If you walked into the U.S. treasury and asked to exchange your dollars you would be met by blank stares. After all, it's been a few decades since anyone even pretended that a U.S. dollar had any real value.That brings us to the problem. With the world's supply of U.S. dollars greatly enlarged we will soon see more dollars chasing the same amount of goods and services. Actually, in a recession/depression there will be a diminished supply of goods and services. That means the increased supply of dollars will be vying for fewer goods and service.

You don't need to be a Stanford economist to know that your government is lighting the fuse to an inflationary explosion. The result will be that every one of your dollars will be worth less… and less… and less. It's the time honored way governments rob from their citizens to pay for politicians misguided financial policies [Read more]

Should Your Teen Get a Job?

The legal age for employment is, indeed, fourteen, although there are certain state regulations, such as not being allowed to work between the hours of 9:00 PM and 7:00 AM. And being employed in hazardous or unsafe working conditions. No problem, there!

But regardless of the fact that the law allows my son to be employed, is he truly ready to hold down a job? Maybe you’ve wondered the same thing. Here are a few things to consider before chauffeuring your teenager around town to fill out those applications.Is my child responsible? The term, “responsible” is most definitely subjective. You might consider you son or daughter responsible if they keep their room clean. Other parents might overlook the messy room but see their child as responsible if he or she turns in their homework on time.

Does my child get along with others? Of course, we’re not only talking about siblings, although if they get along well with their brother or sister, you are in the minority and have reason to rejoice! The more important question to ask is how your child gets along with friends, as well as the parents of those friends. Being comfortable around adults and being able to communicate well with them is a sign that your child may be ready for this step towards their own adulthood [Read more]

Friday, October 31, 2008

Teaching Children to Tell the Truth

Teaching Children to Tell the Truth

Honesty must be valued. This seems obvious, but here is what I've seen happen time and time again. Parents in a family like the IDEA of truth telling, but not the HARD WORK of honesty. If you value honesty, you will make being honest a priority each and every day. It is what you do, far less than what you say, that carries weight with your children. If you are not valuing telling the truth in your family, neither will your children.

Develop a culture of honesty. This second point flows naturally from the first point. Once you decide that you are going to make honesty a priority in your home, look for ways to incorporate truthfulness in your everyday life. Instead of only focusing on behavior that involves lying, emphasize truthful behavior everywhere you see it. This will show both you and your child how vital a foundation of truthfulness is in daily living and that throwing the occasional lie in the mix is like throwing a wrench into a smoothly running machine, causing problems far more difficult to solve than the original issue. [Read more]

Stop Listening to Your Friends

It’s time to stop listening to your friends. You get to a point in your life as a woman when you’ve got to start listening to yourself. That time is right now!Women always talk about their “women’s intuition” and how great it is at just knowing what is really going on in any situation. If that’s the case, though, why does every woman seem compelled to go to her friends with a blow-by-blow description of their dates seeking her friends’ opinions?

Start listening to yourself. Start trusting yourself a little bit!Your friends were not on that date with you last night. They can’t break it down.Remember that great Sex And The City episode that spawned that really bad book “He’s Just Not That Into You” (which has now spawned a movie of the same title)? Just like the scene in that episode, a lot of women will get together to do what I call a “post-date recap.”

Now, granted, a lot of guys will do a “post-date recap” with their friends as well. They’ll talk about the moment they talked about their crazy uncle and will worry about the fact that he brought that up and whether the fact that he did ruined the date. Just like the women, his friends will break down the date and agree with him. [Read more]

The Five Secrets of Getting Lucky in Love

Be still and in the now to find the lucky surprises and coincidences that can turn your love life on. Most of us are rushing hectically around, getting work done, taking care of errands, running here and there.

We don’t take time to slow down and notice what is happening around us. And so we may be sitting next to the love of our lives on the train or standing behind the ‘One’ at the grocery store and never actually speak to him or her. In my book, Love in 90 Days: The Essential Guide to Finding Your Own True Love, I describe a Being-In-The-Moment exercise, where you take 10 minutes and practice slowing down and paying attention to who or what is right in front of you. You would be surprised about the connections, lucky surprises and coincidences you will encounter if you pay attention to the people and things around you right now.

Say hello to a new person every day. He or she may be the ‘One.’ Even if they’re not, every person knows about 200 other people. You never know what love connections may come from a whole new social network! [Read more]

Choosing the Right Make Up Mirror

A mirror that offers a magnifying side is perfect for applying tricky eye makeup, and is especially helpful for plucking and shaping eyebrows. This type of mirror is also a great asset to anyone who usually wears glasses and would have difficulty applying makeup when they were removed. A magnifying side can be very useful for paying extra attention to skin imperfections and blemishes, particularly when applying concealer to dark areas under eyes etc. The majority of magnifying mirrors swing to give a 'true image' on the reverse side. A variety of magnifications are available.

The lowest gives three times magnification (generally referred to as X 3 mag) progressing to X 5 magnification, X 7 magnification and a high X 10 magnification. The ten times magnification mirror will reveal amazing detail such as pore size, fine hairs etc. Although this can be quite a shock when you first use it – remember that others do not see this detail when they look at you! It is for your benefit only. Which magnification you choose really comes down to personal preference, which may be influenced by your visual acuity.

Pedestal mirrors are ideal for applying makeup when placed on a dressing table, or positioned on a higher surface if standing. Pedestal mirrors come in a variety of heights and sizes, and many can be adjusted to the perfect height. [Read more]

Monday, October 27, 2008

Untold Mortgage Crisis

The Biggest Untold Mortgage Crisis

According to one recent study, the number of foreclosures in military towns are four times the national average. Why? Because military families were targeted as customers during the boom in subprime lending.

Their frequent moves, overseas stints, and low pay meant they were likely to have weak credit ratings. The initial low rates and easy terms of these loans made them more attractive than the traditional route of taking out a Veterans Administration loan. In fact, at the peak of the U.S. subprime lending, the number of new VA loans fell to their lowest level in 12 years.

With that in mind it’s not surprising that a large number of military families are being caught in the subprime mortgage collapse. Fortunately, there’s some help in the form of the Service members’ Civil Relief Act (SCRA). The SCRA was created to protect soldiers and sailors from losing their homes for nonpayment of mortgages while they are on active duty and for 90 days after they return home.

Those who qualify for the SCRA include members of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corp and Coast Guard. Also included are members of the public health service, commissioned corps of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and National Guard members who were called to active service during a national emergency and authorized by the President or Secretary of Defense for more than 30 consecutive days.

In addition, citizens ordered to report for induction under the Military Service Act, and those serving with the Allied Forces are also covered under the bill. [Read more]

Dealing With Economic Fear

Anxiety about the future is widespread, with a sense of there being no clear way to avoid the coming trouble. Within this atmosphere, fear and anxiety are rampant, and it becomes even more important to find a basis for trust that does not depend upon external circumstance, but rather on a sense of hope and conviction that the present turbulence will lead to a positive outcome.

Such hope and trust becomes more difficult to achieve when one’s personal fortunes are jeopardized either by loss of work, loss of one’s retirement fund, savings, or investments, or the inability to obtain a loan for a purpose deemed vital. All of these bring the present crisis home in a personal way. Even more personal would be the loss of the value of the dollar which would be able, then, to purchase less in the way of critical commodities, and would create widespread financial restrictions both within the banking system and within our personal lives. In the blink of an eye, we would no longer be a nation of prosperity, but would have to face poverty amidst vastly changed economic conditions. [Read more]

Don’t Crash and Burn Like I Did

What I have learned that never worked for me:

There are no real get rich quick schemes in this world – what ever you want to do you are going to have to give up something else to achieve it, whether that is time, money or a combination of both.

95% of the people that do MLM businesses can’t make a living from it – so I won’t spend my precious time on them, not just because they have not worked for me in the past but also because I only want to promote ideas that I can pass on to others and have them succeed.

If a system is quoted as 100% automated then it will not work. This is because it will very quickly become over subscribed and therefore stop working and also, because the world is a constantly changing place, what worked yesterday will not necessarily work tomorrow.

Much like the first lesson, I have learned that you can never get anything of real value for nothing. Life changing results need to have real input from you to achieve.

So with that in mind, what types of opportunities do work? [Read more]

Mini Skirt and Weight Loss Tactics

If you are looking to lose weight, you have absolutely no problem. The weight loss industry is a strong one in the United States and other parts of the Western world.

You can begin by asking questions around on what steps to take, or you can go straight to a professional. If you are an overweight male, imagine this - you have just met this damsel that looks like she took a holiday from heaven. The way she looks at you, you can tell that she adores you. But deep inside, you know also that she is bound to have an issue with your weight. Isn't that reason enough to do everything you can to lose weight, even if it means spending hours daily in the gym?

Some people rely on illness to help them lose weight. While this is fair enough the first time around, you shouldn't make a habit of it. Getting used to such could result in some kind of ‘cry-wolf' syndrome in which you might not recover from the illness soon enough. In the end, you lose. [Read more]

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Why Everybody Isn't Rich

20 Reasons Why Everybody Isn't Rich

1. People never define what being rich actually is
2. People's definition of being rich normally focuses on long term goals therefore making it feel impossible to achieve.
3. Most people over estimate what they can achieve in 1 year and under estimate what they can achieve in 10 years
4. People tell themselves that "they don't really care about money" and then proceed to work 40 plus hours a week in a job they hate
5. People never decide that they must become rich and take genuine action towards achieving this goal
6. People don't have a realistic plan
7. People don't follow the plan
8. People listen to advice from poor people yet they are very skeptical about advice from rich people
9. People allow other people's opinions to effect their action and goals
10. People don't take responsibility for their own results always blaming everyone else if they don't succeed [Read more]

Eat Yourself To Death

Generally People are either too busy or too lazy to check what they are putting in the mouths of themselves and their children. They truly believe that food manufactures would never try and poison them or put “Highly Toxic” ingredients into their food. This could not be more further from the truth.

These are the same people that constantly suffer from being overweight or obese, depression, constipation, loss of vision, anemia, heart disease, respiratory illnesses and varying forms of cancer to name just a few from a very long list.What you are about to read here is going to shock you. It will change the way you eat forever and hopefully, if applied, will prevent the premature death of you, your family members and your friends within the next 10 years.

Take a close look at the labels on the food in your house and you will find that most have Canola Oil or Vegetable Oil (which 9 times out of 10 is Canola Oil) on their list of ingredients. Well to get started, here are probably the 10 most important facts about canola oil that you will ever read [Read more]

How to Calm Down Easily: Some Zen Steps

The monkey mind is the mind that jumps from one thing to the next, fears, demands, grabs and sabotages our lives. But when we take charge of our focus, we still and dissolve the monkey mind, and we also discover a place within which we can always return, for wisdom, strength and comfort. When we allow the external world to consume us, we are simply giving our natural treasures away.

Reality continually renews and confronts us with new tasks, challenges, opportunities and solutions, day after day. Are we in touch with this ever flowing reality? Usually we focus upon what is missing, what we lack and what hasn’t worked out as we hoped it would. We do not focus upon what is available now, the gifts we are receiving and what we can give to others. It is a simple matter to turn this around.

As we take charge of our focus we dwell upon our strengths and the strengths of others, not the weaknesses. We find what is healthy and encourage that to grow. Rather than struggle to analyze and undo our patterns, we work directly with our focus. The question before us always is: What am I focusing on this moment? Am I available to what is going on, or lost somewhere in a dream? By taking our attention off our toxic inner dialogue, and focusing upon what is going on now we interfere with the negative thoughts that are causing our suffering. However, when our focus and life are primarily self-absorbed, we live in a prison without bars. Any insult, real or imagined, can become the cause of great pain, resulting in withdrawal and retreat into fantasies [Read more]

Top 10 Cars That Have Cheap Insurance Rates

Buying a new car is one of the most expensive bills you will have to pay besides your house (most likely). To make sure you get the best deal on your car you have to key in the insurance rates as well. There are many vehicles on the market that are known for their affordable insurance rates. If you want the most for your money, you may want to consider one of the cheapest insurance rate vehicles. Not sure what they are? Keep reading and you may find out some of the best deals for your future cars.

Top 10 Vehicles that have the Cheapest Insurance Rate for 2008:

1. Chrysler Town & Country – The Town and Country is the cheapest vehicle to insure as of 2008. The average premium price for this vehicle is only $940 a year!

2. Ford Escape – The Ford Escape has been a major hit for the year 2008. It has come a long way for its gas mileage and now is the second cheapest vehicle to insure for 2008. To insure a Ford Escape for the whole year you will pay an average price of $1,022 per year [Read more]

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Plus Your Civil Rights

The Cost Will Be $44.95 a Month, Plus Your Civil Rights

How did we get to this point in history? The cell phone started out as all inventions do: Science fiction. Good old conjecture. Then it moved to the next stage, as a luxury for the super-rich. A scarce toy with poor service for early adopters. These ultra-wealthy then started buying these for their businesses, partly as a way to get things done in a quicker manner, and partly to keep up with the Jones'.

Now, we are looking at something that is a necessity for communication, in any form. Pay-phones are now a novelty. Many of us don't even have home phones to make a call on anymore. With the massive adoption of the broadband internet, and the availability of email and information on-command data, why would we waste $25 to keep a landline?

Triangulation was the first way that 911 was able to locate us in the event of an emergency. Using 3 cell towers, they were able to isolate our signal, and depending on the strength of it, isolate our position to a matter of 500 feet of search area. This has saved some lives, but it has also served as a cover for far more sinister activity: Tracking us. Now, to that, we've added GPS. This was filed under "convenience". "Never get lost again", was the marvelous claim that this was marketed under. Now, instead of 500 feet, we can be tracked within a matter of inches [Read more]

Pluto in Capricorn and Indigo Children

From the moment of the Big Bang, that was the birth of the Universe, these conscious entities "knew" where and more importantly for us, when they would "arrive" at a particular point of the Zodiac at any given point. Therefore, instead of looking at the ingress of Pluto into Capricorn with trepidation, we should look (possibly) at the state of Capricorn as it is at present. In other words, when we enter a room, we can always tell if someone's been there before us by the state that the room is in. Any mother knows that!

This generation of children who were born under the very demanding combined energies of Saturn, Uranus and Neptune (1988-1991 and beyond, because it wasn't until 1996 that Uranus left Neptune alone in Capricorn) are sometimes referred to as "Indigo Children". A name that seems to suggest their vibrations are at the opposite end of the spectrum to the red/warrior types. If we simply take the symbolism of the three planets in turn we get Saturn structure, Uranus breaking through and Neptune spiritualising and refining. So to make a coherent image, I see this as the type of mentality and way of functioning in the world that offers ways to break through old forms and refine and idealise human behavior [Read more]

5 Ways to Determine If Your Spouse is Cheating

1. Changed Routines – One thing you want to look for if you think your spouse may be cheating on you is if he or she changes up their routine suddenly. For instance, let’s say they work at a job where they’ve never had to stay late and suddenly, they have been working a lot of ‘overtime.’

Another example could be if your husband or wife have suddenly started going to visit friends in the evening or going out with the ‘boys’ or ‘ladies.’ While this doesn’t mean for certain that your spouse is cheating, it’s certainly a red flag.

2. Changes in Appearance – This is another classic sign. If your spouse has dressed a certain way for years and suddenly they have changed their appearance or dress, you may need to be suspicious. They might have gotten a new hairstyle, different clothes, suddenly started wearing perfume or cologne, etc. These are all signs that your spouse may be trying to look great for someone else.

3. Unexplained Calls – If your spouse’s cell phone bill or the house phone bill has had some strange calls lately, you may want to take a second look. Check for a repeat number that you don’t recognize. Also, if you’ve been having hang-up calls, it could be your spouse’s lover trying to get in touch with them. While there are cases of calls being billed to the wrong account, if this happens more than once, you should start getting suspicious [Read more]

What to Expect From a Gypsy Fortune Teller

During the 15th and 16th century the usual dress of the gypsy woman consisted of a simple robe gathered at the neck. It was worn over an under gown made of chemise. They would also drape a cloth behind their backs, cross it at the front and tie it at the shoulder in the fashion of the toga which the Romans wore. They also wore a turban on their heads.

Fortune Telling is a mystical practice which deals with the prediction of future through supernatural means and is usually done for commercial gain. Western Fortune telling mainly concerns future romances, financial predictions and those related to child birth. Fortune tellers are also sought to help in the decisions of jobs, illness, marriage or divorce.

The major reason as to why people come to card readings is to know whether or not they will be happy. Fortunately, more often than not, cards bring joy and hope into their lives. However, along with predicting our client's happiness we also have to explain the essence of the Fortune card. Fortune telling can only show us the source of our happiness while it is our responsibility to recognize, capture and protect it [Read more]

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Just be Friends

Can't we Just be Friends?

It's as though women have two separate file folders: FRIENDS and POTENTIAL LOVERS and there is no mixing of the two. Worse yet, once she puts you into the FRIENDS folder it's nearly impossible to make a switch to the other. This is why it is so important not to act like a friend during the early stages of getting to know a woman. It is next to impossible to make it into the POTENTIAL LOVER folder after you've been relegated to the FRIENDS folder.

If you do the kind of things friends do, she will see you as belonging in the FRIENDS folder, even if she initially felt ATTRACTION for you. Virtually every guy that a woman meets gets categorized. Some, more quickly than others. Nonetheless, every guy is labeled [Read more]

Seven Ways to De-Stress

Studies show that women are more likely than men to experience anxiety, depression, and just feel generally stressed-out. This may be due to hormones, genetics, or because women feel they need to be and do everything for everyone. Keeping the house up, arranging the kids’ hectic schedules, working, friends, husbands, church…women tend to have a huge collection of hats of which they wear several on any given day.

And Christian women certainly aren’t exempt. Many people think that Christians are supposed to have it all together. Ha! There are days when I feel like I’ve lost my mind and burst into tears as I look at my “to-do list” that’s much longer than the hours in the day. And while God offers me His peace, I don’t always think to ask Him for it before the stress finds its way in [Read more]

Proper Eye Contact With Women

The proper use of your eyes can improve your chances of meeting women. We have to understand why this is true before taking advantage of it. Proper use of eye contact can help you quickly and easily identify interested and available females, and also tell them that you are interested in knowing them better.

Guys that are good at making and interpreting eye contact signals have almost no risk of being publicly rejected, embarrassed, humiliated, or ridiculed. Proper eye contact technique is like a handshake between strangers. It serves as an introduction and an opportunity for more interactions, if BOTH parties desire it.This is why you can use eye contact to instantly screen out women that are not interested or just not interested in you specifically, at that moment [Read more]

What do You Really Want in a Woman?

Most guys will respond with something like "I want to be able to nail every woman I feel ATTRACTED to ..." But this is only because they haven't thought things through.

It's not that being able to bed any woman you choose is a bad thing ... it's just not an answer to the above question.

I'm asking what you really want in a woman ... not "how often do you want to have casual sex?" I'm putting you through this exercise because it will help you to deal more confidently with women you meet. More about this later.Once you know what you really want in a woman you will start doing things that helps YOU qualify the women you meet. This is a complete reversal of how things normally happen.

Remember what I said when you were first introduced to the Memorable MACKing philosophy: "Don't play by the rules." [Read more]