Isn’t it interesting.
After the email I sent at the 0348 this morning that I end up with unsubscribes and weak a$$ men complaining saying what I shared is a blatant scam, and that they didn’t sign up for relationship advice, that I don’t know anything about relationships, etc.
Had a woman respond to the relationship advice that I shared in the email and she says:
“You know Isaiah, I hate to admit it but you are right. My hubby is the same way. When we first started dating I was frustrated at the fact that he didn’t call or text me – so I would text him asking him what he is doing.
And almost word for word his response was the same as what you told guys to do. I would just text him back okay and see you on whatever day he said we would see each other.
Didn’t realize it but thanks to your email I see why I was so attracted to him and ended up marrying him”
A guy not always being in a woman’s ear, asking her about how her day is, what she is doing, what she plans on doing, what she is wearing, what she had to eat, making sure she is eating, drinking water, sleeping, blah blah blah – some how makes the woman waaaaaay more attracted to the guy.
I don’t call or text anyone unless I have a plan to meet up with them.
Last meetup I had went something like this;-
ISAIAH: Hey, what are you doing right now?
HER: Nothing, why?
ISAIAH: Good, I’m on my way to come get you, we are going to XYZ be ready when I get there.
HER: Okay, I’ll get ready now.
Yep, that was it.
But this goes mucho further than dating.
I wouldn’t even call the above a date… since I was going out anyways and had her tag along.
You can do this in other areas of your life too.
Back in July I went to the AthleanX Live Event.
And every time we went out to eat, I made sure that I tipped the waiter/waitress, cab driver, uber guy, or whoever was servicing me, first. Before ordering or telling them anything.
I remember the first night.
A group of us walked into a restaurant to be seated.
We all sat down, guy asks us what we would like to order.
Before I say anything, I hand the man 60 bucks and place it on the table. The folks around me (and even the waiter) looking at me as if I started to grow horns or something, asks what the moolah was for.
It is your tip.
In disbelief (as everyone else was) he ask if I was sure, I told him that I was and that it was HIS tip after all.
Want to know what happened next?
Well, he asked questions about what we were all doing there (he noticed an AthleanX shirt I was wearing) made sure we all got our drinks in a timely manner, food was a bit late buuuut it was no big deal since he was servicing lots of people.
At the end of it, I asked how much do I owe for the meal.
We took care of it already, since we brought you the main course later than we would have liked.
But how much was the appetizer?
About 9 bucks
So I give him another 20 and told him to keep the change for being of great service not just to me but everyone else.
Before I left, we shook hands, like he was ready to cry, thanking me – saying I was a lifesaver and made his day much better than what it was earlier.
And again on the date I mentioned earlier…
She did the same thing (after I told her about what I just shared with you) when we went out.
Stopped at this small restaurant.
She tips the waitress first…
Come to find out… that it was the waitress’s first day on the job and she was worried/nervous about doing something wrong – but that little gesture of getting a tip first helped to calm her down.
These are just personal examples of using what I shared inside of the June 2019 issue of the List Lifestyle Letter.
Going against what is “normal” in your life and business and getting far better results from doing so.
Weak men aren’t up for the challenge of doing things that go against the norm.
I can’t help them.
Hell they can’t help themselves either.
But for those who are willing to challenge themselves, both in business and in their lives – will do so.