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Many of the concepts David De Angelo developed turned into fairly simple and marketable phrases that are still used by pick up artists even while some of those concepts have fallen out of favor as techniques in the most current theories of dating science.
Nonetheless, as one of the first popularizers of dating science after Ross Jeffries, he remains an influential figure in the history of PUA techniques.
Some of the most common phrases and concepts of David De Angelo include: "Attraction is not a choice." Perhaps one of the first verbalizations of a theory of attraction, this concept was one of the first "arguments" against the stereotypically male-centered habit of thinking that women could be logically convinced into being attracted to them.
Drawing from the rise of evolutionary psychology, this helped bring about greater awareness that attraction is an emotional process that must be triggered through explicitly non-rational or even irrational techniques and behavior on the part of the male seducer.
Women sense (and instantly reject) men who project “nervousness,” “flakiness” and “selfishness.” They smell it a mile away…so it’s critical that a man develop and powerfully project the polar opposite of these “immature” traits from the moment he meets a woman.
This theory sought to clarify and express the insight that women are attracted most of all to a presentation of confidence combined a certain sense of humor that conveys strength and value rather than insecurity and supplication.
A man must convey these attributes, which can overcome most other factors such as physical appearance and material possessions.
In other words, without excitement about his own life burning in him, how can a man possibly get excited about sharing himself, fully and openly, with another person?
#5: PERSISTENCE Like a wise lad from Liverpool once said, “It don’t come easy.” Persistence is the hard work of becoming a fully realized, relationship ready man. It’s the determination to be present in the moment.