There’s an old, goofy movie from the 80’s called Buckaroo Banzai. It’s based on the comic book of the same name, but apparently the movie never matched up to the comic book.
There is one great quote, however, that comes from that movie, and it’s a quote all men who want to attract women should take to heart:
“Wherever you go, there you are.”
When a guy finally gets a woman to agree to go out with him, the first thing he does is start to obsess over where to take her and what to do.
Should he make reservations at a fancy restaurant?
Go to the movies?
Take her to a ritzy club?
Meet for coffee?
What the hell should he do?
The answer is simple: just relax, man.
Because wherever you go, there you are.
What that statement means is, your attitude is more important than your location. The attractive man has the attitude that wherever he is, that’s the place to be, and that attitude is infectious.
On the other hand, the man who’s worried that wherever he goes is not “in” or not “cool enough” transmits an attitude full of fear and doubt. With this attitude, there’s no place he can go.
Now, I’m not suggesting you take a woman to McDonald’s or the local trash dump. That’s just plain common sense. What I am suggesting is you pick a place you like, and go there with the attitude of “wherever you go, there you are.”
Almost any place will do as long as you’re calm, cool, collected, laid back, funny, unhurried and attractive. Create the moment and the location is irrelevant.
So, while Buckaroo Banzai may have been a forgettable movie, it did leave you with one big takeaway: wherever you go, there you are.
By Your Host: John Alanis
John Alanis has been teaching men how to attract the women they really want since 2004, even getting them to approach you first, no matter your looks, age or income. John not only teaches the skill of initial attraction, he also teaches the skill of sustaining attraction so men can continue the relationships they form with women. After all, it is no good to meet lots of women if they won’t stick around.
John is most certainly not a part of the “pick up artist crowd,” instead teaching men how to make themselves “naturally attractive” by suppressing unattractive behaviors and amplifying attractive ones, making yourself attractive without changing “who you are.” John served in the US Navy’s submarine force in the early 90’s, worked in the oilfields of Alaska and has been running his own business since 1995. The theme of “mental toughness” and “how to be a real man in an age of girlie men” runs through is writings and teachings. While not for the faint of heart or weak of mind, John’s teachings do get results, and he has many happy subscribers and customers.