There’re a lot of questions going on about the veracity of Joshua Pellicer’s knowledge on how to trick girls into chasing after men. To determine whether or not claims of it being a scam or authentic are true, here’s an overview of his work and its main content.
Second thoughts about the Tao of Badass, Pellicer’s guide to dating and attracting women, are natural since there are already thousands of guide books on dating that are not as successful as they claim to be. This makes it difficult to believe the entire offer of Josh Pellicer. Scam or not though, a lot of men have been quite attracted to the book and even made their purchase. It is perhaps important to first get to know who the author really is.
- Josh Pellicer: Ordinary Man to Master of Women
The author of this dating guide is an ordinary American man from North Carolina. Unlike how he is now, he used to be a very shy person and was apparently unattractive to women and is greatly shunned. For reasons including his unlucky experiences with women, Josh Pellicer decided to research more on the psychology of women. He experimented, attended courses on building confidence, researched on women psychology, and also read many self-help books. Again, this is the same experience that most men with dating problems experience.
He kept on with his observation and experimentation despite several failures. He did eventually become the confident man he always wanted to be and hit it off with women. Friends soon started noticing and he became their advisor. And so he published an e-book to share his own system which can help his fellow men become every woman’s fantasy. How nice and generous of him, really.
- Source of Scam Claims
As you can see, the story is realistic and builds believability. This shows that the book was compiled and written through hard work, observation, experimentation, and a great deal of research on psychology. One reason why most of his advices are called tricks into attracting girls is because of the psychological manipulation involved. The advantage of that approach as more than the typical “be confident and don’t hesitate” type of advice cannot be denied.
It’s clear that time and effort was involved in the production of the Tao of Badass’ system, thanks to Josh Pellicer. Scam claims by several individuals online discourage some men in purchasing the Tao but there may be other reasons to consider aside from falsity behind the claims such as competition and the buyer’s inability to comply. Some may have tried and failed to perform what Pellicer’s system requires. Since much effort is demanded, the failure could have led to bitterness.
- Understanding the Tao of Badass
As the author suggests, and advertisements as well, the book is an entire system that needs to be followed correctly in order to work. Technically it’s not a physical book but an e-book that comes with a video series meant to train men and turn them into a women’s fantasy come true. This part of the Tao that sounds convincing to some men is probably the same thing that endangers its believability to others.
It’s true that it contains a lot of information and the videos are step-by-step guides. Some may find this too demanding or too troublesome to follow or believe regardless of the success story of Josh Pellicer. Claims on the system often suggest that the training videos are useless. A plausible reason for this is because a singular video is more sensible if watched along with more or the rest of the Tao of Badass episodes. Since the Tao of Badass was created as a system, reading halfway or following the video guides partially will not ensure a very successful transformation on the man.
- Combination of Obvious and Surprising Content
Another factor which makes Pellicer’s system seem faulty is because it kicks off with basic trades and somehow obvious tricks on how to approach women. For men who have already searched far and wide for answers to that, it’s nothing new and therefore nothing worth to check out. What most fail to realize is that it is only an introduction to a much larger scale of transformation.
Ironically, unlike most guides, this book aims to lure men away from the typical dating tips on every book and validates the obvious but often shunned advices. It exposes many of the false rumors men fall for.
Another immediate interesting fact about Pellicer’s work is that it sets options for men on multiple dating and possibly polygamy. This is something most dating guides do not have and is certainly a very attractive topic for men who prefer more benefits.
With the intensity of the system and credibility of the psychology behind it, one can say that there is authenticity in the works of Josh Pellicer. Scam or not, the Tao of Badass is far too interesting and convincing to ignore and not take a chance on. This chance for men is a unique one that many believe should not be passed off.