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It’s true, you can be “hot,” yet be an extremely ugly person.
And I think we all focus a little too much energy trying to be “hot” and not nearly enough energy on being “attractive.”
I’ll explain in this week’s (weird) but important video.
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Today I'm going to be talking about the 3 reasons why you're ugly to men no matter how much makeup you wear.
I don’t care how perfect a woman's makeup is or how beautiful she is. She might physically look gorgeous, but on the inside looks the opposite.
Stop living life on the exterior. The good stuff in life, the good stuff in relationships, comes from developing yourself from the inside out. So here are the three reasons why some women will always be ugly to men regardless of what they look like:
1. You’re a really cynical person.
If you always think everyone else is against you, everyone's trying to manipulate you, and you're only concerned with your own interests and you completely distrust everyone, chances are you're a pretty cynical person.
If this is you, you've got to realize that life comes from giving and not getting. That's where happiness really comes from. And although you may have been burned in the past, maybe someone has hurt you or treated you badly… you have to be the bigger person. You need to find ways to trust other people and give back to other people in order to receive.
2. You’re full of fake confidence.
Listen, don’t be that person. Truly confident people, people with real confidence, they don’t need to lower other people's value in order to boost their own value. They don’t need to put other people down in order to feel good about themselves. Real confidence means that you know that you're a great person and you, of course, want other people to be great as well.
3. You’re really f****** ungrateful.
Something I've learned over the past year is really the importance of gratitude and appreciating everything that you have… living as much as you can in the present moment. Not regretting the things you've done in the past, not having anxiety about the things that are going to come in the future.
Listen, don’t spend the short time we have here on earth wanting more, to look prettier, and to have that better boyfriend, to make more money, any of that stuff. If you appreciate what you have today, someone will want to enjoy it with you.