Women are attracted to creative men, to men who not only consume but also bring something to existence, actualise, author, conceive, generate.
Of course, women fall for men who generate income. But it’s not as simple as that: as we’ll see, creativity has many faces.
The opposite of creativity is consumption. Consumption is easy, lazy and doesn’t generate attraction or energy.
Are you a creator or a consumer? Are you a man of output or input? It’s time to conduct a tally to find out just how much of your life you spend creating, and how much consuming.
Input vs Output
If you want to get better with women, you first need to audit your behaviour. Look at the following pairs of activities. Which do you spend more time doing? What is your ratio of input to output over a normal week?
Input | Output
Watching TV | Writing
Watching pornography | Making love
Chatting to women online | Interacting with real women
Watching DVDs | Painting or drawing
Talking about other people | Meeting new people
Listening to music | Playing music
Eating and Drinking | Cooking
Reading thrillers | Going on adventures
Reading travel guides | Travelling to new places
Playing computer games | Playing sport
Daydreaming | Starting a business
Browsing the internet | Writing a blog
If you’re a consumer, make a decision now to introduce some creativity into your life. Little adjustments in this area will bring life-changing results when it comes to interactions with women.