01 November 2010
Posted in Dating 101
We all feel we need a path or purpose. It seems to be fundamentally part of our psychological make-up. A key characteristic that makes us human. The only problem is, a lot of us don't know what it is. But, what if I was to tell you, knowing your purpose is extremely attractive to women and will certainly triple your dates - wouldn't you like to find out?
* But first, let me apologise to subscribers and previous readers. Yes it's been very quiet around here recently. But, from here on in Psyduction will start making its way back up. A new design, better content and most importantly, more of a community will start rolling in within the next month or so. Ok, now before I ramble and confuse new readers - here's the post...
What is purpose? Well I suppose you can see it as your main objective in life, your 'destiny' if you will. Personally, I see it as a combination of one thing that I enjoy immensely and that which I'm naturally good at. My purpose is helping people while making a big change into today's social, for the better. What's yours? What do you enjoy the most while being naturally good at?
You need to figure it out if you haven't already. Men who have a purpose are the most attractive thing possible for desirable women. She wants to know that you can handle yourself, that you can provide, and that you can be successful in the world. If you know what your purpose in life is, your basically there - and she knows it.
Having a purpose works equally well in other areas of life too. Once you know what you want to do, you can adjust your life accordingly - often for the better. For example, if you want to be the first person on Mars, you'll need to quit selling cars and begin whatever process is necessary to become an astronaut. By doing so, you gain massive positive income in the form of self-respect, success, status and happiness. Not to mention the countless women falling at your feet.
Your purpose is long-term. It isn't a fumble, you won't walk on Mars and then open an antique piano shop because you love pianos. Keep that in mind when you decide what your purpose is, since most likely, it will be something you will do for the rest of your life. Focus long-term rather than short-term, all short-term goals will become side effects of your purpose.
To get the ball moving, walk to the nearest mirror, clear you throat and ask these two simple questions out loud:
- Is the Universe a friendly place?
- Am I a cause or an effect?
Watch your reactions while you answer the questions. Do you believe yourself? Keep at it until you can answer both questions undoubtedly.
Next, sit down with a piece of paper, a pen and lock the door. Stay still in your room and find your purpose. Write down all the things you are naturally good at, and the things you enjoy. Once you've got them down, read them. What is your purpose? What do you want to do? Who do you want to be?
You may find that your life is in the wrong direction at the moment, know that sometimes you need to actively kill things to leave room for more important things. Now, I don't mean anything nefarious, I mean quitting that shit job or letting go of negative friends who hold you back. Let nothing come between you and your purpose and all the rewards will follow.
If by now you know what your purpose is, the next question surely is, what do I do next? Well the only answer is to play big. From here on in your the driver of your life, take the wheel and follow your path. On the way you will achieve every goal you ever could imagine. Don't look back and don't stop moving forward.
What's your purpose?
Disclaimer: I am not liable for anyone who seeks world domination.
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