You probably have heard of the Pareto Principle, or the “80/20 rule”.
The Pareto Principle states that in almost anything in life 80% of the consequences result from 20% of the causes.
The principle was named after the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto, who observed that 80% of property in Italy was owned by 20% of the Italian population.
The implication of this principle is that the outcome is almost always determined by a small number of causes, which has been found to be true in many fields, such as sales. “20% of clients are responsible for 80% of sales volume.”
Although Pareto Principle is empirical, it gives us a clue upon making decisions and helps us discern situations more wisely.
It’s the same with making women laugh and fall in love
80% of your ability to attract women (with humor) is determined by your psychology and 20% by your techniques.
See where I’m going? In order to excel at making women laugh, you need to have an extraordinary psychology and unshakable faith.
It’s rather unlikely that you’ll turn into a totally funny guy right after you finish reading this book. What I hope to achieve with this book is to create a momentum for you to acquire the power of making any woman laugh at any time, any place, and any way you’d like.
I’ve hold your hand this far and you need to carry on by yourself. Take action and practice what you’ve learned in this book. And keep on learning from your own experience—No one can help you with that.
Keep your faith. Keep your humor.