"oh, that's interesting" and move on. Do they care that you have strange ideas? Practice havingthat kind of reaction. Notice, by the way, that the hypothetical Richard Branson or Brad Pitt controls the frame with aresponse like "oh, that's interesting." It subcommunicates that you are trying to convince them of something. They control the frame, and you are operating within it. What you're talking about isclearly more important to you than it is to them, which subcommunicates that the wholeinteraction is more important to you than it is to them.When you meet a woman you don't know, focus on what's important to you, and what you wanther to perceive as being important to you. If you are having fun and making a connection, thatsays one thing about you. If you are arguing with her about some factual trivia, that sayssomething else.
Frame Control is Crucially Important
Even though I'm skating over this pretty quickly, these are crucial issues. In fact, I'd agree withthose who have said that this is probably the single most important subject in dating science. If you don't feel completely confident around issues of framing, frame control, andsubcommunication, you should make this one of your top priorities for your game. It's a bigfocus in how we structure our bootcamps now as well.
Change her mood, not her mind
On a related note, you will never seduce a woman with facts and logic. The only reason I waseven talking about politics with this person was because I was more interested in the topic (youdon’t meet a lot of very conservative right-wing people where I live) than I was in seducing her.That didn't stop me from making out with her later, so that's perhaps not the best example.Actually, it is, in a way, since it illustrates the theme of changing her mood, not her mind. After a too-intellectual conversation for the venue we were at, I became a bit more interested in her.To get her attracted to me, I led the conversation to an emotional level. Instead of talking about politics, I made her laugh, I teased her, I told fantastic stories and I listened to hers. Then I usedthe "almost kiss" (one of the four major kiss moves described in Chapter 17 (Kissing) of MagicBullets). She didn't even let me finish the routine before our lips touched.