The jerks that women love (until they smarten up, at least) and the winners that women and men both want have one thing in common: clarity of purpose.
On one hand, jerks know and are precise about what they want, but they have absolutely no taste or consideration in that THING or those THINGS they want.
Winners, on the other hand, have the same clarity of thought and purpose, but choose much more positive things to focus on... a better purpose for their life and for their actions.
It's best to develop the latter.
When women have their best interest in mind, they tend not to be attracted to lazy fat bastards.
No, they want value and excitement in their lives, and people who live by taking and transferring but never producing just don’t, won’t, and can’t ever provide that…
Jerks have a lot of neat characteristics… But I’ve found some material, that upon imbuing it within your system… in through your eyes to your brain… will enhance you with a number of very attractive qualities.
It’s the material by author Ayn Rand. No, 'Ayn' is not some weird foreign male name. It’s generally pronounced 'Ann' and yes, she’s a woman. Probably one of the strongest women ever. And while she really fucked up her life in her later years, her books are marvels… so strong, in fact, that they will transform almost anyone who reads them.
has two kinds of books available:
One problem, however… Her fiction is frighteningly long.
Solution: Books on tape…
The abridged version, that is… for her fiction is indeed available complete on tape, but by god… it’s well over 40 fucking tapes per book, if I remember correctly. Christ!
The abridged books are like 6-8 tapes. Big whoop. Not bad for a transformative revolution of self.
Now then… what books to get?
The Fountainhead is a story about a 'heroic' architect, Howard Rourke, who tends to remind me of the architect Frank Lloyd Wright. (I'm using 'heroic' in the sense that he dared to become more than what he was)
Atlas Shrugged really grinds in just who creates anything of any value in society, when those who create go on strike… and man, it’s powerful.
Any contaminants of loser-ism, slacker-ness, or commie red-ness tends to vanish after exposure to this work. You’ll become infused with personality characteristics that will make the better members of the opposite sex understand you. Most winners in life (including millionaires and beyond) will be able to respect and get along with you. You will gain the ability to ruthlessly charge forth in business, confident that you’re not just helping yourself, but everyone else… so success will become increasingly and trivially easy.
Extra secret: I’ll tell you where you can get Ayn Rand’s books on tape… for free. This will save you some serious cash, since her books aren’t exactly the shortest things on earth… At 6-8 tapes per set, you should save $60-$80 bucks here.
The place is online. It’s called the Audio Book Club. And right now, they’re offering you 4 books on tape free (or for a cent, really) with a membership. Your membership commitment stipulates that you must buy another 4 books on tape within the next two years, but that isn’t such a big deal… If you’re getting over $100 worth of free stuff when you join, and then buy $40 or thereabouts of tapes to fulfill your membership commitment, WHILE your life is being enhanced from all that new knowledge you’re gaining, tell me.. .who’s the winner here?
Click here to go to the Audio Book Club website.
At Amazon.com, Sean(email@example.com) from Chicago, Illinois , April 4, 1999, gives Ayn Rand's work 5 stars, and has this to say about them:
"On the short list of life-changing novels
If the reader posses the depth of intelligence and freedom from biases necessary to understand and accept, if not the absolute truth of Rand's beliefs, the possibility that her philosophy is valid; then these novels can deliver an emotional and spiritual change visible in everyday life. These novels can endow a love for life and desire to push oneself to greatness; combined with a respect, not for intelligence or beauty or skill, but for those attributes well used. [ed: emphasis mine] In short a respect for competence that makes the world around you seem a triumph. Though you may feel surrounded by idiocy, laziness and deception you can look to the highways, or the buildings around you, or at the computer on your desk, or, of course, at a work of art, or a masterpiece of literature, and you see and think of the great strides that man has made and how wondrous and boundless our minds can be. These books do not necessarily negate all charity or any belief in God. What they do refute is the infantilization of man and the belittling of man's greatness for the benefit of those unwilling to help themselves. "
firstname.lastname@example.org from San Deigo, CA has this to say about Ayn Rand's works:
"A Profound Life Experience
This book frightened me at first because everyone I have ever known to read said they have had a life changing experience from reading it. I finally read it. The story wrapped me up in the beginning and carried me through till the end. And when I was done, I was a different person. Be fearful and in awe of works like this. "