If a guy says, “I’m busy,” immediately say, “Cool, I’ll talk to you later,” and hang up. Don’t make this a big deal. High-status people don’t talk to busy people because it’s not fun for them. High-status guys appreciate women who give them time to do whatever they have to do. As for phone messages, there is really only one foolproof phone message. It’s impossible to mess up, and it conveys pheromone attraction and confidence. It’s: “Hey, it’s [your name], I’ll talk to you later.” Delivered nice and friendly. It shouldn’t sound like a business call. Do you think if Angelina Jolie called a guy, she would leave a long message? Learn more at https://jail6letter.wordpress.com/2014/12/21/how-shifting-hormone-levels-affect-relationships/ and http://michaelspheros.blogspot.com/2015/03/with-or-without-pheromones.html

NO! High-status people don’t spend a lot of time talking to a machine, and they assume they will get a return call no matter what they say. Acting like a celebrity is a very powerful message that results in people actually treating you like a celebrity. There are a few other subtle things happening in the examples I gave you. Saying “I’ll talk to you later” sets the frame that you will be talking to him. Also, saying, “Hey, it’s [your name]. You can call me back” implies permission to return your call. It’s as if you have so many guys calling you that you have to give specific ones permission to do so. Finally, leaving a message that is short and totally information-free means you assume he has your number, can find it, and can call you back. You are not lifting a finger to help him out. This is all massively un-needy and will make it highly likely he will call you back with the strongest pheromones. Close First Hello With a False Time Constraint A False Time Constraint is very important on phone calls. It lets him know you have stuff happening in your life and that you won’t be on the phone with him forever. It sounds like this: HIM: “Hey, [your name].” YOU: “Hey, [his name]. Nice to hear from you. I only have a few minutes but I’m glad you called. What’s up?” If you’re giving him a call back after he’s left a message, your Hello with a False Time Constraint will sound like this: HIM: “Hello?” YOU: “Hey, [his name].” HIM: “Oh . . . hey, [your name]!” YOU: “Do you have a few seconds to talk?” HIM: “Yes.” YOU: “Cool, I have to roll in five minutes but I wanted to give you a quick call back.” You should do this every time you have to call him back. If he asks you after a few calls, “Why do you always start all your conversations that way?” you just reply with, “I don’t like to talk with people who are distracted.” In fact, when you ask if someone has time to talk, you are communi- cating high social status by screening for whether they are distracted or busy at the moment. I also do it on business calls and true pheromone usage. Learn more at http://pomm79.moonfruit.com/blog/4588864419/Meet-The-Phermones/9573173

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