"I see so many guys confused and so worried that they are considered a "nice guy". Unfortunately, in effort to get men to realize that they don't have to be supplicant doormats to get women, seduction gurus advise you not to be the "nice guy" because according to them, the “nice guy" never gets girls. This is simply not true at all. I'm a nice guy and I get girls. I started out in the game
a couple of years ago, and I too initially believed that I had to be this tough guy that was never nice to get girls. You know what happened? I got basically nothing. I put on this fake tough guy act that simply wasn't me. Sure I may have got a girl here or there, but they weren't the girls I wanted and deep down I felt bad.
Let me try and better articulate this because I see so many guys making this same mistake. There is absolutely nothing wrong with being nice, honest and friendly to women, nothing at all. There is however something wrong with being weak, supplicant or indecisive around women. We should change the term "nice guy" to "weak guy" because that offers a far better label. When you mistake the term "nice guy" to meaning that you should be arrogant and unfriendly to women, something very bad happens. You go against the law of attraction
(and yourself) and actually lower your vibrational frequency. This is because of all the negativity that you have created deep inside you. I was guilty of this, but now I know better. However, if you are genuinely kind and friendly to women, you will be at far higher vibrational frequency and will attract more of the women you want.
I'll add some further clarifaction because I keep seeing this same issue over and over again. Does being nice to women mean you can't clown, lead or tell them off? Of course not. If a girl disrepects you, let her know about it. If you feel like making fun of girl, then do it, but do it out of endearment, not to boost your own ego.
Also, I can't speak for supreme on this topic, but I would like to hear his point of few. Look at guys like Will Smith, he has bundles of charisma and he comes across as one of the nicest, most authentic guys you'll ever meet. You simply cannot claim to believe in the law of attraction if you don't practice what you preach. If you act arrogant or rude, you will attract more arrogant and rude behavour back. If you are nice to people, people will be nice to you back. That's my point of view and I stand by it. What do you guys think?"