30 Day Model for Implementing the Fundamentals of Seduction

by Matt Savage

Did you know that 92% of Americans will fail to meet their New Year’s resolutions? Of those, a whopping 45% will fail by the end of January! According to a national survey it’s true and it happens every year. Sure, it’s a bit unsettling but you may be wondering why this has anything to do with seduction. Well, seduction involves making a lot of changes in your life in order to attract women and what better time to start then with some New Year’s resolutions.

Over the last week I have read tons of posts on seduction message boards and blogs that all contain resolutions. Most of these resolutions are ones that would change the person into a better pick-up artist. Some people have said that they want to approach 1,000 women (including me….ahem). Some people want to learn how to dance, take karate, bench 300 pounds or have sex with a woman at least once a week. Some people make lists of dozens of things they want to accomplish, but most will never succeed.

One thread on the Don Juan Discussion board is having people resolve to approaching 3-7 days a week over the course of three years! To me this is an unrealistic time frame for such a commitment. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not hating on these guys, I hope they prove me wrong.

Now I’m not just posting to rant about people’s resolutions. I actually have a plan to implement the fundamentals of seduction into my life without making these massive commitments. I will do this using Steve Pavlina’s 30 Day Trial model.

Steve Pavlina’s 30 days to success article is based on the 30 day trial concept you get with most shareware software. Basically, you try a program out for 30 days to see if you want to buy it. The nice thing about the 30 day trial is that you’re not committed to buying it once the trial is over. If you don’t like it after 30 days then you can stop using it. If you do like it then you can shell out the money and you own it for life.

Pavlina explains that this concept can also apply to implementing personal habits like quitting TV or becoming a vegetarian. This concept is much more effective than making a resolution for the whole year. I think Steve says it best in the following quote:

We all know that getting started and sticking with the new habit for a few weeks is the hard part. Once you’ve overcome inertia, it’s much easier to keep going.

Yet we often psyche ourselves out of getting started by mentally thinking about the change as something permanent — before we’ve even begun. It seems too overwhelming to think about making a big change and sticking with it every day for the rest of your life when you’re still habituated to doing the opposite. The more you think about the change as something permanent, the more you stay put.

But what if you thought about making the change only temporarily — say for 30 days — and then you’re free to go back to your old habits? That doesn’t seem so hard anymore.

Of course, the whole point to the 30 day trial is that once you’ve completed the 30 days, chances are that whatever it is you are doing will continue to be a habit afterwards. This is what I will do to implement my seduction habits over the course of the year. Each month I will pick one fundamental of seduction that I want to implement and do it for 30 days straight under no obligation to continue. With this method, I hope to internalize a good amount of the fundamentals by the end of the year.

I already did one 30 day trial with my December Blitz mission based on approaching as many women as I could in one month. Though it was a bit daunting at first I started getting into a good routine by the end of the month. Now that I’m actually accustomed to going out and approaching on a regular basis I plan to keep on doing it for the rest of the year.

So what am I going to implement for January? I’m going to stop drinking for the rest of the month. Yes, I know, it is not a direct seduction technique, however it is something that has seriously hindered my game in the past. If I can get this alcohol thing under control, even if it is just for a month then I feel my game will become much more solid in the long run.

Good luck to everyone else with their own resolutions. Don’t become part of that 92%!

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