5 WAYS TO WOW A WOMAN
WHAT DO WOMEN REALLY WANT?
Understanding the Heart of a Woman
The great question that has never been answered and which I have not yet been able to answer, despite my 30 years of research into the feminine soul, is “What does a woman want?”
Trying to understand women is like trying to smell the color nine.
STEPHEN HAWKING, the legendary astrophysicist and a man who has solved some of the most complex mysteries of the universe, was recently asked what it is he thinks about most. His answer came as no surprise to us. Which scientific puzzle confounds the genius of Hawking? “Women,” he said. “They are a complete mystery.”
Yet Here will help you accelerate the learning curve, because our research also reveals that women possess aspects in common in how they play, work, dream, and love, and those are the secrets we want to share with you. The second thing you need to know is that it is not as complicated as you think.
The One Thing All Women Look for in a Man
What is the number one thing that women are looking for in a man? Six-pack abs? Six-figure bank account? A tall, handsome man riding a white horse? No, no, and no.
The number one thing women look for is simply this: trustworthiness. That’s right, trustworthiness. Now before you go patting yourself on the back and putting this book down because you know that she knows that you are trustworthy, think again.
Trustworthiness isn’t just about whether or not you are a player or, if you’re in a long-term relationship, whether or not you’ve ever been unfaithful. Although those things are fundamental and important to trustworthiness, they are not enough.
What trustworthiness looks like in dating and mating is this: You are who you say you are and you do what you say you are going to do. It’s about reliability, accountability, and showing up just as you are (but with good hygiene).
Why is trustworthiness so important? Why is this the quality that makes a woman’s heart soar? Think about it. Throughout history, a woman’s safety and well-being, as well as that of her children, have been dependent on her partner’s trustworthiness.