How to become confident. It’s pretty easy to look around at where you are, how your ideal partner treats you, how much effort do they put into meeting you, getting to know you, hanging out with you…
… and know, am I seen as having value? Status? Or do the people in my life place a very low value on me?
Ask yourself, and be honest…
Do the women or men I like seem interested in dating me?
When I do go on a date with someone, do they make themselves available to hang out again? Or do they seem to lose interest?
Do you feel powerful and charismatic around your ideal partner?
Or do you feel intimidated and boring, and low value?
Is your reputation right now working for you? Or is it working against you?
When you’re at a social event, are you the charismatic, socially powerful person that people are trying to talk to? Or do you fade into the background, or have to try really hard to get noticed?
I’ve been on both sides of the equation. And when you put the time into WHO YOU ARE it gets so much easier.
I’m sure you see it all the time, people who seem have women or men continually choose them, people that don’t put in very much work, yet, they always have women or men around them, wanting to sleep with them, date them, be with them…
Let me show you how to become confident and design that life for yourself…
It’s almost like being given a chance to start fresh, to start over, to re-invent yourself in the eyes of the people around you.
That’s why I call The Spiritual Keys Of Enlightenment a transformation… you’ll be transforming into a powerful being that people place a lot of value on.
You’re even going to notice that women or men who used to view you in a platonic way (or even ignored you), are going to start looking at you more, making excuses to talk to you, getting jealous when they see you with other people.
This is because enlightenment and empowerment are magnetic to all. People are drawn to it. When they’re around it, they become hooked on it.
You’ll start noticing your ideal partner wants YOU to notice them.
But for now, let’s look at the #1 low value mindset mistake for how to become confident…
How to become confident: The #1 low value mindset mistake
Have you ever had someone do the “slow fade?”
The slow fade is when they’re too polite to tell you they’re not interested, so they make themselves less and less available, hoping you’ll get the hint.
Most of the time we know it’s happening. Something in our gut tells us “something changed”… even if it’s just them not answering a text as quick as they normally do.
We know something changed.
I’ll tell exactly what happened by the end of this article…
Let me give you a brief overview of some of the most common questions I receive from my email subscribers:
– Why don’t women or men have more fun around me (why can’t I be myself around them)
– How to be more charismatic (when we feel we have a boring personality)
– how to move past the first few dates into a relationship (without the person losing interest)
– Why can’t I stop myself from going into “nice guy” or “nice girl” mode even though I know it’s wrong
SIDE NOTE: “Nice guys” and “nice girls” are different from “powerful good men” and “powerful good women.”
– How to act more assertive (instead of letting the other person take the lead)
– How to always be “socially on”
– Why do I secretly feel like I’m not good enough for the women or men I really like?
– How to create a “positive impression” fast (so people aren’t so quick to reject me)
Now, do yourself a favor and re-read all those questions and topics listed above.
What do they have in common?
Here’s a hint: It’s the same reason someone will give you the “slow fade.”
In fact, it’s probably THE REASON they disappeared, lost interest, or chose someone else over you.
More specifically, lack of “perceived value.”
They may think they’re better than you. They may think they have more value than you.
A person will usually give you the slow fade when they come to the conclusion that your value isn’t as high as they initially thought it was…
And they feel as though they have more value than you.
So why do they feel this way?
Why do people maybe think they’re better than you?
Wait for it…
Because YOU think they are.
See, value comes in two forms:
1. How much value other people place on you.
2. How much value you place on yourself.
And when you can increase your value, all those problems above disappear.
If you can’t increase your “value”, any technique you learn will just be putting a band-aid over the real wound…
And band-aids eventually slip off.
If you’re wondering how to become confident and high value in the eyes of your ideal partner…
And you know that it’s FINALLY TIME to put a higher price tag on yourself…
Prepare to have your mind expanded with this training, and prepare for a big boost to your overall quality of life when you implement what you’ll be learning…
You’ll be learning the projection of confidence, so that people view you as a confident being. While also not going so far as to become overconfident…
It’s all laid out on the next page…