Are you a guy with a high-pitched voice? Of maybe you've got a face only a mother could love?
Well, whatever it is, if you're worried and upset about your physical flaws, which prevent you from attracting women, then I've got some good news for you.
Not only can you eliminate those flaws, you can turn them into your advantage. I'll explain how by bringing up an example of three guys who were very successful players in their day.
So here's a trivia question for you. What do Steve Tyler of Aerosmith, late rapper Eazy-E, and Curly from Three Stooges all have in common?
The answer is they all had voices so high that if they had wanted to, they could have talked to someone on phone and that person wouldn't have known they were speaking to a man.
It would have been simple for all three men to have hung their heads in shame and turn into beta males who never got laid and never even could get a girl to talk to them.
In fact, I've coached a lot of men who have limiting beliefs when it comes to things like their voice, their looks, their genetics, etc. You name trait, and there's always somebody who uses that trait as a negative belief, which sabotages their chances at success with women.
However, despite their high voices, Tyler, Eazy-E, and Curly were all masters of a simple technique that turned that big flaw into a big trademark that made them even more attractive to women.
It's a simple technique that I learned when I studied Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), and it will help you as tremendously as it did all three of those men.
In order to develop confidence of my students, I have them learn and apply this concept. The concept is called reframing.
Here's how reframing works. Basically, you take every negative belief that you have and turn it into a positive, uplifting question. Do it like this:
1. "I feel bad about my voice" becomes "How can I use my unique voice as my own trademark that sets me apart from other guys?" (That's what Tyler, Eazy-E, and Curly all did.)
2. "My face is pockmarked from acne" becomes "How is my face totally awesome? How can my lack of natural good looks actually help me with women?"