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Why Unsuccessful People Believe What They Want To Believe About Dating
by: John Alanis

You may not think this pertains with Dating, but stick with me here.

It's fascinating to me to read what the media has to say when they've reported on a self created story that is just plain wrong.

Last week they were gleefully swarming over reports that Terrell Owens tried to kill himself (reports that have been thoroughly discredited), and before the season started they were manufacturing reports that he was faking a hamstring injury (although two of the NFL's best receivers, Hines Ward and Steve Smith missed more time with the same injury).

Why would the media do this? Because it's useful to them to believe what they want to believe. It gives them a reason to feel important via "outrage," knowing they will never have to experience any consequences for their actions.

If you aspire to any amount of success in life, whether it is financial, or dating desireable women of your choice, you have got to avoid people who believe what they want to believe, then attempt to impose those beliefs on others.

The world is rife with those types of people, and it is getting worse. Why? Because it's easy. When a person spends their time imposing a set of beliefs that is popular, it removes them from the responsibility of the outcomes those beliefs bring them. In fact, they often blame their outcomes on other people with more realistic beliefs--it's easier than taking responsibility for the outcomes those beliefs actually cause.

If you want to be successful, you have to do what works, and that often involves the painful process of changing your belief system, admitting that you've been dead wrong about some things, and taking on a very unpopular belief system (at least to the majority who get ordinary results).

But when you do so, your outcomes change, much to the chagrin of those around you who have chosen the easy path of adopting popular beliefs that produce conventional results. And, the squealing from those people only increases as the results you get begin to show them how hollow their beliefs really are.

You show up with a beautiful, intelligent woman you attracted using unpopular beliefs. You start a business, create a lot of value, and make a lot of money using unpopular beliefs. What do people believe? You scammed a bunch of others, and your girlfriend is with you only because of your "stolen money." Makes 'em feel better to believe this.

But in the end, they're the ones going home to an empty house with an empty bank account, silently envying your success, but too afraid to abandon the beliefs and the ego that would allow them to experience the same thing. So they run you down to make themselves feel better.

Pay no attention to them. It's the results that matter, not what others with unqualified opinions and dangerous beliefs have to say.

Let them squawk while you enjoy your life--the louder they squawk, the more successful you know you are.

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John Alanis is the creator of the Ultimate Attraction system, at . He also has a blog at

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