Men are always asking “How To Get A Girl.” Every time I post a blog I try to provide a nugget of knowledge that can be helpful in your pursuit of beautiful women. The concept that I want to emphasize today is the idea of Group Judgment.
People are social by nature. Extremely beautiful women are generally social butterflies and enjoy being in large social groups where they are showered with attention. The attention is warm and comforting and causes feelings of acceptance.
Because beautiful women are extremely social. They are usually found in large groups at bars and night clubs. It is rare to find a beautiful woman sitting alone at the bar.
This group dynamic influences decisions and judgments. Consequently, the factors that make you attractive in the eyes of a beautiful woman are influenced by social factors. In order to get the girl you must win over her friends.
Studies show that when groups are cohesive and relatively insulated from influence of outsiders, group loyalty and pressures to conform can lead to what is called “groupthink.” This was defined by psychologist Irving Janis and “refers to a deterioration of mental efficiency, reality testing, and moral judgment that results from in-group pressures.” These pressures can be difficult to overcome when approaching women in groups.
Your strategy should be to approach the group and not the girl. Focus on gaining the approval of a less attractive girl in the group and work your way up the food chain. By becoming friends with the less attractive friend and showering her with attention you position yourself to approach your primary target. In fact, by showering attention on the less attractive girl you will provoke feelings of jealously in your primary target.
Never underestimate the power that group judgment plays on individual decision making.