The funny thing about dating is that there will always be guys out there who are holding themselves out as some sort of dating expert. You’ve probably heard of these guys. They go by many different names. One common description given to them by the mass media is that they are pick-up artists. In fact, there are many pick-up artist websites, books, and promotional videos out there. It’s very easy to get caught up into that little world and buy lots of products, pay serious money for a lot of coaching and at the end of the day still won’t end up on cougarfuck. In other words, you don’t get what you’re paying for.
The problem here is like any kind of coaching situation, there will always be people out there that get caught up in the hype. They overpromise and they under-deliver. In many cases, they don’t deliver at all. They just draw you in to the mystique of getting all these advantages when in reality, they don’t exist.
If you don’t want to deal with any of that bullshit, it’s really as simple as using common sense. You need to look at the claims that they are making. You need to line them up with your own expectations. You also need to make sure that everything is realistic. If somebody is saying that he has banged 20,000 women and they guy is still in his 20s, mathematically speaking, that’s almost impossible. Unless this guy is like on crystal meth or cocaine 24/7 a day, mathematically speaking that kind of performance is impossible.
So, you need to use your brain in trying to size up different dating gurus out there. This is especially true when it comes to self-proclaimed cougar finder experts. I’m not saying that these people don’t exist. What I am saying is that you really need to do your due diligence before you spend your hard-earned dollars. Otherwise, it’s very easy to waste a lot of money and have very little to show for all those expenditures.