|29th May 2016||Subscribe in a reader|
There is no doubt that one of the greatest pop music hits of all time is “Jessie’s Girl,” by Rick Springfield. It was recorded in 1981, yet you mention the name “Jessie’s Girl” to almost anyone today, and they immediately remember the song.
Why was the song so popular, and why does it remain so popular?
The answer is simple: it hits a very basic, raw male nerve, the desire to have the hottest, sexiest woman of all the men you know, and have them be secretly jealous of you. Yet, many men have the perspective of Springfield in the song, being the guy wishing they had “Jessie’s Girl.”
But you don’t want to be that guy. No. And you don’t have to be. If you’re the guy who masters the skill of attraction, you’ll always have Jessie’s girl, always be the object of awe and respect by other men.
When most men see a guy with an extremely attractive woman, they invariably ask themselves, what does he have that I doesn’t? What does she see in him and not me?
It’s a specious question because it ignores the science of attraction. She’s with him because she feels “chemistry” with him, and she’d be with you if she felt “chemistry” for you.
With most men it stops there, and they shrug their shoulders and walk on morosely (or go home and crack their mirror, if you’re familiar with the original video). But for the educated man, that’s where it starts.
As I’ve said many times, the internal feeling of chemistry in women is created by male behavior, ultimately controllable by you. If you want to have Jessie’s girl, behave like “Jessie,” so to speak.
The truth is, there are thousand’s of Jessie’s girls out there, just waiting for a “Jessie” to show up. Many of them settled for someone other than this archetype, but would jump at a chance to be with a “Jessie” when he arrives.
So, that’s what you want to do. You want to become Jessie, so you can get Jessie’s girl. It really is that simple—act like Jessie, behave like Jessie, create attraction like Jessie, and you’ll get Jessie’s girl.
It should be harder, but it really isn’t.
On with the fun….
“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”
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