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Alpha Male Characteristics – NLP Secrets

What is it about the term ‘Alpha Male’ that grabs people’s imagination? Those two words ooze a sense of dominance, power and authority. To some, learning alpha male characteristics is to learn underhand techniques to get your way to the top of the food chain. To some, being an alpha male symbolises aggressiveness. Sure, there are certain ‘covert’ tactics you can use, but first I want to talk about how exhibiting alpha male characteristics will actually improve your life in many, many more ways than just being able to hit on women.

According to our old friend Wikipedia – “the alpha male is the individual in the community to whom the others follow and defer”. I don’t know about you, but there’s nothing wrong (or aggressive) with wanting to be the kind of person that people look up to and respect! Imagine how improved your life would be if YOU are always the person that people come to, whether it’s for a hot night on the town, giving advice at work, or within your local community.

Imagine how different your life would be at work or at college if everyone notices when you walk in, and gives you a smile, says “Hi” and is genuinely pleased to see you? Some people can do this naturally, and it’s the kind of thing that most people dream of, but resign themselves to thinking that they’ll never have what it takes.

Wrong!

Anyone – and I mean ANYONE – can learn the characteristics of an alpha male and make changes that will give you this kind of authority. You may have heard about NLP. Not to worry if you haven’t, but there is a tool in NLP called ‘modelling’. Nothing to do with being a model! I talked earlier about how certain people have natural skills in this area – well, modelling is a techniques where we analyse the exhibited behaviours of these people, and then break down the behaviours into actions we can learn to do, which in turn will give the impression to others that we are indeed that type of person.

Make sense? Let me give you an example. We’ll take a person who is not particularly confident at public speaking (most people probably!) All we need to do is to learn certain key actions and behaviours we must exhibit during our speaking and it will ‘give the impression’ to others that we are super confident! At first it will feel awkward, but after time and practice it will become more and more natural, which is turn will make it easier to do. After a while it will become second nature.

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