Why Men's Looks Don't Matter

FHM Magazine South Africa|July 2020

Why Men's Looks Don't Matter
A lot of guys have grown up feeling insecure about their looks. Many of us have experienced the feeling where we think that we are just out of a pretty girl’s league. It is a fact that girls will notice whether you are physically attractive or not. Your appearance is important but only if the girl doesn’t know you yet. You might get judged for being bald or too short, you can even get rejected for your looks but I can tell you from my experience and from the experiences of most of my clients that if you act the right way then it almost never happens. I bet you’ve noticed physically not the best looking guys with beautiful girls. I wondered for years how that could be, there had to be something about them and it certainly wasn’t the looks.
Richard Janson

You might tell me that the not so attractive guys only have success with women when they are rich. This is not entirely true. We all know that there are girls who are after your money out there but let’s be honest who wants to spend time with these kinds of girls anyway. All they do is use you, usually, there is a total lack of any actual interest from their side. Try to imagine someone who has achieved financial success for a minute. If you think about someone like that then he’s probably working on his business and his goals. He most likely doesn’t care a lot about what others think and he is on his own path. When it comes to women he probably has a lot of options. He has been through a lot. He is most likely nonreactive and unapologetic to girls in a healthy way because he knows what he wants and can probably find a new partner any time he would want to. That type of behavior is very attractive to women. In order to understand that we need to take a closer look into our past.

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