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    How Do I Use Push-Pull Properly?

    when and how should i use push-pull? i'm having trouble using it. when i do, i dont see good results. for example, when i say something like, i like your dress.. but it doesnt match your shoes. i made this up, but you get the idea.. so how and when during the interaction should i use it properly?



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    There is an awesome interview series on the subject of push-pull which will answer all your question in depth Vol. 70 Advanced Attraction: Push-Pull (Braddock and Daxx) you can also listen to the first 10min of it free and you can also check out this thread by Braddock on the topic Braddock on: How to Flirt With Women, The Art of Push/Pull:
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    BldOn,

    Tell me - are you using eye contact BEFORE push-pull? It is critical. You cannot push-pull unless you have proper eye contact.

    Anyway, let me give you a simple strategy you can use immediately -

    Give a pet name to the girl. But the name has to be intensely masculine - like "Tiger", "Hitler", "Nazi", "Commander", "Mike Tyson", etc. I often will call a girl and say "You remind me of a Mafioso Don, the way you walk as tho u own the place. You send vibes like 'Dont nobody mess with me, or I'll shoot ya'". She laughs.

    or "You look exceptionally cruel, (jokingly). I think I'll call you Hitler. or "You seem to be a mean puncher - I'll call you Mike Tyson."

    Thereafter, stick to that masculine name. The masculine name itself is push-pull

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stallion View Post
    There is an awesome interview series on the subject of push-pull which will answer all your question in depth Vol. 70 Advanced Attraction: Push-Pull (Braddock and Daxx) you can also listen to the first 10min of it free and you can also check out this thread by Braddock on the topic Braddock on: How to Flirt With Women, The Art of Push/Pull:
    hoping this will come in handy.. i havent looked at it but i'm confident in youre oking it.. thanks man.. i'll take a look.. have a good one.

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