Can You Really Create Love? Yes, According To The Tao Of Badass

can-you-create-love-tao-of-badassCan you create love? Sounds weird, right? All the while you thought you had to look for it. But no! Dating guru, Joshua Pellicer, says you can create love. His book The Tao of Badass shows exactly how you can do it.

Love doesn’t just happen out of spontaneous combustion. You really don’t need a miracle for it to happen. If you want it, you can have it. You won’t find it. But you can create it. And that’s a promise from The Tao of Badass.

It All Starts With Light Rapport

Any kind of creation starts with an initial step. It’s the same thing with love. If you want to create it, you need to start somewhere. According to The Tao of Badass, you can start by creating light rapport. This is nothing heavy. And if you know what to do, you won’t end up screwing up.

But the question is, do you really know what to do? How can you actually create light rapport? Is there a difference between light rapport and just plain rapport? With all these nagging questions, you might get frightened to create love. Don’t be scared. The Tao of Badass has a formula for you. And it starts off with light rapport.

So say something soon as she answers your question (make it brief). This shows that you’re listening to her.

So ask her a question (e.g. “What did you do today?”) and accept it. By accepting, it means that you have acknowledged her reply. So say something soon as she answers your question (make it brief). This shows that you’re listening to her. The Tao of Badass emphasizes the importance of acceptance. So you shouldn’t skip this part. You’ll screw up the formula if you don’t acknowledge her reply.

“You” Perspective Vs. “I” Perspective

So how do you keep the conversation going during the light rapport? You’ve already established the acceptance stage by replying to her. What else can you say after that?

Whatever you say after that, there’s something you need to consider. The Tao of Badass teaches you how to maintain a conversation. If you take it from the “I” perspective, then you’re good to go.

Most guys screw it up by taking it from the “You” perspective. They’re conversing using the “You” perspective thinking it gives importance to the woman. But it doesn’t.

Most guys screw it up by taking it from the “You” perspective. They’re conversing using the “You” perspective thinking it gives importance to the woman. But it doesn’t. And if you think that the “You” perspective will make her open up, it won’t.

One valuable lesson you can learn from The Tao of Badass is this. You have to be the one to open up first. Don’t expect the woman to open up first. If there’s someone that has to open first, it’s you. That’s a rule you cannot break, If you want to be a badass, then you have to be the first one to open up.

You can only do that by conversing from the “I” perspective. So share something very personal. But don’t make a mistake of faking a story just to get her full attention. You’ll screw it up if you do.

So share a story; a true, personal story. Don’t skimp on the “I”. Remember, it’s your story so say “I.” She will feel very important. That’s because you’re sharing something very personal with her. That’s the difference between the “You” and the “I” perspective. Most guys miss that all the time.

Create A Deeper Connection

Once you’ve told your personal story, make sure to transfer the emotion. Just ask her how she feels about your story. Shoot a question like, “Does that make sense to you at all? “

That’s a basic badass trick. By asking that kind of question, the rapport stage intensifies. The woman does not answer your question with a simple “yes” or “no.” She would have to justify or even defend her answer. And that can create a deeper connection between the two of you. It’s a great start, right?

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There are negative rapport topics and you wouldn’t want to start with any of those.

What To Avoid

You also need to be careful when you build rapport. There are negative rapport topics and you wouldn’t want to start with any of those. Don’t choose to establish rapport is she’s on a negative streak. If you do, she’ll always associate you to something negative. You’ll turn out to the guy she goes to when she has a problem. You don’t want that. So you need to be careful with the rapport topics. Don’t just jump at the chance to build rapport. Choose the moment.

This is definitely just the beginning and you can learn more on the badass way of creating love with Joshua Pellicer’s The Tao Of Badass. So stop looking for love and start creating it.

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7 thoughts on “Can You Really Create Love? Yes, According To The Tao Of Badass

  1. Your article makes a lot of sense. I’ve always thought that taking it from the “You” perspective makes the woman feel more special. I have been wrong all along and that explains why my dating life is nearing extinction.

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  2. I just got an “aha” moment from your article. You made a lot of sense by pointing out that I should avoid building rapport with a girl that’s in a bad mood. It takes great timing to choose that moment to build rapport. Thanks.

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  3. You’re spilling the beans here. But it’s good you pointed out the two perspectives (The “you” and “I”). Most of us guys think it’s narcissistic to take it from the “I” perspective. I had thought the same thing as well before I got myself a copy of The Tao of Badass. But apparently, it it’s not. As long as we know how to shift the perspective, we can create a common ground and we won’ t look like self-absorbed idiots.

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      1. That makes sense. You just can’t rush the whole thing and miss out the attraction stage. You’ll end up in a place where you don’t want to be and that’s the friend zone.

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