Feb 22, 2020
I was working with security officers and police officers for over twenty years. I was with some funky men. Some of it was just a basis of not knowing any better. Then there are the younger brothers I meet at church and at the gym. I'm hoping some of you are listening. To all the fellas that are joining the podcast and checking out the blog, thanks!
A man sees but a woman smells.
Smell is our strongest sense. It is connected to our memory. Women like to be with guys who smell good. Wearing a fragrance is a distinctive way of expressing yourself. Depending on the scent you choose, wearing a fragrance can make you more attractive and more approachable.
A majority of the fellas don't wear a fragrance. I remember in the Marines the SGTMAJ would say something like, "it smells like a Whorehouse in here, who's got the perfume on?"
The purpose of this show is to make you better. If you want to attract a woman and keep her attention – pay attention to your smell.
What do people most often overlook? Their noses.
Going to share about cologne and perfume but before that, let’s talk funk.
How's your breath? Do you walk around making flowers droop? Do dogs move away from you? It could be your breath. You might have the chronic, halitosis. There are not that many mints in the world. Do you know bad breath is still plaguing up to 10 percent of the world? That is like 7 billion people if I use my hands to count. If you’re worried you’re one of these people, one trick is to lick your wrist, wait ten seconds, then sniff the patch you licked: If it smells, chances are, so does your breath. If you are not sure just ask a home girl. A friend, neutral female friend.
This, in fact, is true of any concern you have regarding your various bodily odors, be it mouth, foot, armpit or even groin (okay, maybe not groin. Just wash your ass man).
Find somebody you know and trust and ask them,”. If they tell you that you don’t smell bad, then most likely, you don’t have anything to worry about.” Just remember, if they tell you that you smell fine while backing away with their eyes watering, you may want to try asking somebody else.
It’s nearly impossible to smell yourself, even if you’re smelling funky. The receptors in your nose that would normally respond to your own particular brand of smells practically shut down after being bombarded with the same scents for so long.
Basically, your nose goes numb to your own stank so you don’t go insane.
Sweat usually means bacteria, and bacteria is what gives off the stench. Just because it is natural doesn't mean we want you around.
Now go by the golden rule of body odor: If you can smell any odor on yourself at all, others can smell it a lot more. Put on more deodorant, use wet wipes to give yourself a quick cleanup, or put on a new change of clothes. The same rules goes for deodorants, perfumes, colognes, and body sprays too. If you can still detect your fancy perfume on you after a while, other people can definitely smell it when they’re around you.
Lets’ talk about fragrances. Forget what my SGTMAJ said. Buy some cologne. It will differentiate you from inmates, teenagers, and men that can't get a mate.
Smelling good and using fragrances is something else no one talks about. But I want you to shine. You know the motto of the Game Changers podcast.
When you know better, you can do better.
Wearing a fragrance is a distinctive way of expressing yourself. Different scents carry different vibes, and knowing these vibes and choosing accordingly matters. Also, people associate scents with memories and other people (especially women). If you are wearing scents that are unremarkable or common – you'll smell like everyone else. Think of how you think a old man smells. How does 13 year old smell? How does a prisoner smell? Is it starting to gel?
Smelling good, brothers:
80% of men don't use a fragrance regularly!
Major brands create perfumes that are part science and part marketing. They have a familiar feel to all their perfumes. Ralph Lauren perfumes, for example are created to have similar scents. And the same for Polo. It is too strong for some and just right for others. When deciding to purchase a new fragrance – let your nose decide!
Cost isn't based on what is good or bad. We end up paying for the marketing cost and the image associated with a brand.
In the podcast I'll be sharing in detail:
I know this is something that nobody else had the guts to share with you but I had to. I want you to win. I want you to rock it. I want you to be a game changer.