I'm about to tell you something you already know:
There is no magic solution.
Every time I mention that I won my divorce, I have guys asking how I did it. They're inevitably disappointed when I tell the full story: I fought. I did not concede a single inch. I gave away nothing. It was a long and exhausting battle.
When I mention that I convinced my employer to let me work from home, I have guys asking how. Again, they're disappointed with the answer: I worked hard. Made myself indispensable. Rather than lose my services, they agreed to let me work remotely.
Yesterday, another TRP member outlined how he got rich. In previous threads, people were repeatedly asking for his story. He warned them it was basic knowledge. But they insisted. Sure enough, it was a generic property ladder story: Buy foreclosed condos for cheap. Fix them up. Rent to decent people.
We all want to believe there's some trick. We're all hoping for some magic solution we haven't heard before. And we're disappointed when there isn't one.
One popular criticism of TRP is that we teach men how to trick women into having sex. We all know this is absurd. There are no tricks. The first guy to discover the magic words to seduce any woman would sell a million books overnight.
TRP's solutions are mundane: Stop believing in fairy tales, hit the gym, dress better, and learn how to behave in social situations. Women want attractive, confident, masculine men. Stop making excuses and become the type of man they want.
Common, generic, obvious advice. It has helped thousands of us, but it doesn't work for everyone. You may fail. The odds are against you. (If they weren't, you wouldn't be looking for a magic pill.)
These are the only honest answers. The only solutions offering a legitimate chance of success. With determination, hard work, and a bit of luck, you might beat the odds. Maybe.
That's as good as it gets.