A few days ago I wrote about how “the results you are looking for aren’t measured in phone numbers, make-outs or lays, but in connections.” At the end of my post I promised to reveal my secret weapon for building connections and taking them to the next level. So what is the secret? Come inside to find out.
Making the full switch to Social Dynamics has brought a few interesting problems. One of which being: "What should my goals be when I go out?" This problem stumped me for awhile but recently I was finally able to find the answer. This is a game changer. Don't miss out.
With the recent passing of the brilliant Steve Jobs, I thought I would throw together the top 10 quotes of his that speak out to me. Enjoy.
The other night one of my students sent me a text asking if he could give me a call. During the call he says he’s been having a bit of trouble lately and would like to hear my thoughts. Since beginning his journey into Social Dynamics he's lost interest in other areas of his life. This is common, and the solution is simple. Find out inside.
Body language and tonality make up for most of the communication between individuals. Cops understand this, and they use body language and tonality to make sure that you're listening to them. Learn the tricks inside.
Driving home from a Bootcamp in Kelowna, Jamie and I had a cool conversation about what to do when you feel negative emotions like insecurity, anxiety, sadness, and jealousy. I actually have a specific technique I use whenever I feel these emotions. Find the answer you're looking for inside.
I love getting e-mails from guys (or girls) letting me know how their life is going and the growth they are seeing from studying Social Dynamics. Unfortunately too often these messages are telling me about an urgent situation that isn’t urgent at all. The typical response I send to the majority of e-mails I get are: “Dude, you just need to relax.” Inside you will find three common examples of this. Check them out to make sure you aren't doing any of these.
With school back in session, I’ve had plenty of people sending me e-mails and hitting me up on Facebook asking how they can approach that cutie in class. What’s the best strategy? If I approach will she think I’m creepy? What if she’s always sitting next to other guys? None of this matters. Find an easy to implement solution inside.
Yesterday I woke up to some bad news. The night before a close friend had been charged with a DUI. I ended up going to an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting with him, and during the discussion period I was reminded of a valuable lesson to keep in mind when times are tough. Learn more inside.
Throughout all my years in the pick-up community, I was taught not to show weakness. I was taught not to talk about where I may not be strong, or what might make me “less attractive”. While watching Big Brother the other night, I realized that was wrong. Here's why.