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    Default Why I don't think that eliciting values is a good idea

    I don't think eliciting values is a good idea. Why? When a man is eliciting values from a girl, the conversation will go serious and the man may fall into the friend zone. Besides, the end values are more or less the same to girls. I mean girls need more or less the same end values, like feeling comfortable with a man, feeling protected, etc. Is it necessary to elicit values from a girl? What are your thoughts?

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    Default Re: Eliciting values

    Eliciting values will (among other things) help you know which attraction switches will be most effective. For example if she values adventure then a "caretaker of loved ones" dhv won't buold as much attraction as a "leader of men" adventure story; if she is more of an introvert then an "ability to emote" DHV is gonna be way more effective than showing "social proof"; etc.

    You can elicit values in a casual way (you don't have to make it serious with a super-deep look and "so what do you truly care about... deep down... inside...") you can just tell a DHV story and see how she reacts: does she perk up? Does she ioi the topic? Does she glance around the room because she's bored? If she's interested then Yay! You found one of the things she values! Tell more stuff that flips the same or similar attraction switch. If it bores her then say something like "...abd it was wierd, because I'm usually not like that/usually not in that situation" and then stack to a different attraction switch.

    If she seems bored at both, then she's probably one of THOSE chicks who can't xarry a convo, so escalate the sexual tension and build Kino while you let her just ramble on about shoes, her roommate or whatever.
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    Default Re: Why I don't think that eliciting values is a good idea

    My friend you are way off base on this. The second most powerful weapon in my arsenal is eliciting and feeding back values. I have a very deliberate strategy that makes women crazy. As they are talking about themselves, I make a mental checklist of a few points. She says she loves to travel and spend time with her family. I file that away in the back of my head and make small talk for about 5 or ten minutes. When the conversation shifts to me I say something like “I love to see new places with my friends” (i.e. travel.) and talk about how much fun it is to take my niece and nephew for ice cream (i.e. spend time with family). They never catch on to this and soon she will swear that you are soul mates. I actually used to feel guilty because I had two or three new “soul mates” a week.

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