I've read both your books: Minimal Game and Club Game. You suggest to pick a target market for women and dress yourself to attract them. However, what if you don't have a type of a woman in mind? What if you're attracted to all types?Can you see what the issue here is?
Let's put it differently and use the tried-and-true job market analogy. Let's say you are hiring for a job at BigCorp, and an application by Anonymous comes in. He writes that he has noticed that you are recruiting for several roles, and that he has no particular interests or preferences. Any job would do, no matter the type, salary, or location. How convincing would that be for you?
As I stress over and over, the key to finding above average success in the dating market is to find a niche that works for you. This entails that you manage to stand out from other guys in that niche, and that you are much better tailored to meet the expectations of the kind of woman who frequents that particular environment.
On the other hand, if you are a completely nondescript guy who is "attracted to all types"? Well, chances are that he won't be able to attract any woman at all. First figure out what you want, and afterwards work on a plan to get it. This is true for women as well as for life in general.
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