It’s amazing how many questions I get through email or on the forum that could be answered by simply reviewing The Three Fundamentals. It’s one of the centerpiece posts on the site, and my entire book is based on them, yet for whatever reason, they just don’t sink in for many people.
Here’s a very quick refresher of The Three Fundamentals:
Lifestyle – Determines the type and quality of your opportunities with women. Courage – Determines the frequency and quantity of your opportunities with women. Social Skills – Determines the ease and efficiency with which convert your opportunities . . . → Read More: Lifestyle Excuses
This is the final scene of the 1999 movie The Big Kahuna. The movie is about three salesmen who are on a business trip together. Over the course of the movie, the trip goes terribly, clients are lost, and the characters end up questioning themselves as well as the meaning of “honest” human interaction.
The scene is beautifully done. Watching the full movie gives it even greater context and meaning as well.
What Danny DeVito’s character talks about in regards to equating honesty to curiosity, and how life’s mistakes and regrets are what build character are . . . → Read More: “…It’s Not a Conversation Anymore”
Eye contact is important. Every man should have a basic understand of what each girl is eye-coding him in any given situation, and it doesn’t take a cryptographer to figure it out. Here’s a run down, the levels of eye contact:
Level (-1): No Contact (Intentional) – Beyond the lowest level of eye contact, this is when a woman is not only not making eye contact with you, but she’s consciously making an effort to NOT look at you. In the heights of sexual intimacy, Level (-1) is subterranean. It’s her way of saying, “Get away from me, creep,” . . . → Read More: The Levels of Eye Contact
It was commented recently that I’ve been pretty hard on the pick up community in the last month or two. And that’s true. Every once in a while I need to be reminded to show the PUA’s a little love because obviously I wouldn’t be here or writing this if it weren’t for them.
And lo and behold, an article about a research study on PUA techniques came out this morning. And by “research study,” I mean a presumptuous piece of radical feminist garbage. Either way, it’s given me a perfect opportunity to stand up for all of . . . → Read More: In Defense of The Pick Up Artists
Received an excellent question through email the other day. Reads as follows:
First off – kudos on the new book. It’s the first and only “pickup” literature I’ve ever purchased and it was great read. The problem I’m having though is with the application of the core concept that you find most important in getting better with women and having rewarding relationships – vulnerability. I’m OK with women in terms of getting them into bed but find it impossible to find any deep emotional connection with them which is why i purchased your book.
What I’m finding . . . → Read More: The Pain Period
OK, so this is an idea that occurred to me the other day. It may be spot on. It may be completely out in left-field. But when it hit me, it was like a slap in the face because it seemed so obvious and it amazed me nobody had even considered it before.
Let’s pretend for a second that a school of men’s dating advice completely and totally “nailed it.” Let’s say that with 100% certainty, if you followed it, you would become an irresistibly attractive man in a short amount of time. Obviously, this is not true . . . → Read More: The Litmus Test
As most of you probably know, in my new book I harp on the power of vulnerability in attracting women quite a bit. I didn’t really expect this to be a popular idea at first, as it goes against a lot of what’s been taught in this industry the last 10 years. And I’ve heard rumblings, both through email and around the internet, of people turning their nose up to the idea: that making yourself vulnerable is “beta.”
The biggest problem with this entire subject area is semantics. As I’ve already shown, the concept of the Alpha Male . . . → Read More: The Fake Alpha Males
A common desire and/or complaint from guys is to be able to get with women “out of my league.” Indeed, much of the entire pick up artist industry is based on the premise that with the right lines, techniques, emotional state, social proof, etc., etc., you can date women “out of your league.”
By “out of your league,” what’s implied is that she’s far more attractive than you are.
Well, I’ve got some good news and some bad news. The bad news is that it’s impossible to ever date someone “out of your league.” But the good . . . → Read More: She’s Out of Your League
Below is an excerpt of my new book Models: A Comprehensive Guide to Attracting Women. This is the opening section of Chapter 10: What Are Your Stories? If you enjoy this, please consider purchasing the book here.
I parked my car in front of the gym and immediately popped my iPod headphones into my ears. As I get out and walk across the parking lot I catch a glimpse of a slender figure walking toward the door from another angle. I look over. She’s hot.
We catch eyes and hold. She looks away, but only after holding my gaze . . . → Read More: What Are Your Stories?