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3 ingredients to magnetic attraction

3 Magic Ingredients to Magnetic Attraction

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Today, I did some thinking about the main ingredients to magnetic attraction. 

What makes other people see us as attractive?

Obviously, our looks play a role in it. But this role isn’t quite as significant as you might believe. 

In truth, the things that people are attracted to the most about us often lie beneath the surface. 

And in this post, you’re going to learn about 3 of the most powerful magic ingredients to magnetic attraction. 

Let’s start with number one. 

1. Your Individuality

Your individuality is what distinguishes you from other people. And ultimately, this is one of your greatest assets when it comes to attracting high-value mates. 

Of course, not everyone is going to like your personality. This is why we are often tempted to hide our true selves from others

But being your true, genuine, authentic self is a powerful way to crank up your attraction levels. 

True, not everyone is going to like the ‘true inner you.’ 

But that’s ok. Not everyone has to like you for you to be successful. 

Even if .001% of the world’s population likes you for who you are, you’re going to be a massive success in the dating marketplace. 

So don’t be afraid to be yourself. Don’t be afraid to be an individual. 

Don’t be afraid to express the true you. And let the cards fall where they may. 

Some people may walk away from you. But some are going to really want to date you. 

2. The Way Other People View You

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Other people will treat you according to your social status. 

And men and women both pick up on this. 

If you’re a high-value man or woman, it’s in your best interest to bring your ‘crush’ around your community/tribe/family. 


Because this will give them an in-depth look at how other people treat you—which shows them how much status you carry in your social circles. 

This is also why it pays big time to participate in group activities if you’re trying to expand your social circles and date.

When you get around people and assimilate into that hierarchy, and then end up being a respected member of that community, that’s a huge high-value marker to potential dating partners. 

And this gives you a serious competitive edge when trying to get the attention of other high-value members of that tribe/community. 

3. Your Levels Of Confidence And Self-assurance

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How confident are you? 

How self-assured are you?

We all know that confidence is sexy. 

Some of our confidence comes inherently. Some people are just ‘more confident’ than others. 

But some of our confidence levels come from our ability to be competent and to get positive results. 

This is why confidence shows up as a high value marker when people are looking for a mate. 

You can practice confidence by learning to become more competent at the things you struggle with. 

Ladies, if you wish you were more confident giving lap dances, give more lap dances. 

Men, if you wish you were more confident at ballroom dancing, do more ballroom dancing. 

As you learn and level-up in the skills you wish to excel in, you will get better a those skills. That leads to confidence, which will make you sexier. 

In Conclusion

Hopefully this post has helped you to understand these 3 magic ingredients to magnetic attraction. 

For best results, find a way to incorporate all three into your dating life, to make the most of your natural attraction and inherent mate-value. 

You’re probably a lot more attractive than you think. 

You just need to figure out how to show other people your value… and these three ingredients can help you to do exactly that. 

Go with grace, my friends, and never give up your power. 

Until next time…

Joshua K. Sigafus