Seducation Secrets - A Man with a Dream

Women are much more attracted to a man who has a - passionate dream. During dating or later when the relationship is on firmer ground, a woman will often ask a man to - describe his dream. Asking such a direct question is a - very effective tactic for getting someone to reveal their deepest - ambitions. It will also quickly expose - shallow, short-sighted thinking.

If the man isn’t able to verbalize his long term goals, or doesn’t even have one - he flunks the test hands down and any interest the woman has had for him will suffer. If the woman is at all ambitious, she - may quickly move on to explore relationships with other men in attempt to find - someone more in tune with her more ambitious long-term goals. 

Sit down with a pen and paper and think through your long term goals. Perhaps your dream is of one day owning an antique shop, or climbing some mountain, or traveling through Europe. The grander the dream the better provided it still - sounds reasonable and attainable. Dreams that induce dreamy romantic scenes - are the most attractive - to women.

A quick joke: A stand up comedian quipped that when a therapist advised him to set a personal goal that was both realistic and attainable he thought for a few moments and then- blurted out “I know – I’ll become the all-knowing master of time, space and energy!” The motto here is - don’t get carried away - always keep your dream reasonable - and believable.

When you’re describing your dream you might want to leave room for your lady. If your dream includes one day owning a large colonial style house, she’ll have little problem imagining herself by your side. Or if your dream is to - travel the world, she’ll again easily see herself happily - enjoying the trip with you.

Be sure your dream isn’t too masculine or too lonely as that wouldn’t work very well. (“I want to spend five years hunting polar bears at the North Pole”) Avoid sports dreams (“I want to go - to the Superbowl”) and dreams that - involve traditionally male pursuits like race car driving or guns.
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