This one image speaks volumes about where men went wrong. Can you figure it out?
You know that mindset of "not giving a fuck"? Recently I learned how fucking stupid it is. Here's why.
I love epiphanies. This one is so obvious but it only finally hit me recently. Inside you will learn what it is, and one more small mindset that will help you grow the quickest.
Getting over relationships can be tough. Tupac Shakur offers his words of wisdom to help you with that.
Institute this one stupid simple rule to improve productivity, ease your mind, and eliminate bullshit stress in your life. Best part: it will take you two minutes or less.
So you meet a girl you are actually interested in, and now you want to go on a date. But if you're anything like me, coming up with date ideas is frustrating and sucks monkey balls. The other night I realized why this was such a painful process for me, and came up with a solution that will take your dates to the next level, where you can actually connect and have an experience the two of you will never forget, instead of going on your typical boring date that ends without inspiration for another one.
On Saturday I got news from a student I taught in Spring 2010 that him and his long-term girlfriend are expecting! To say I’m ecstatic about this news would be an understatement. Does this finally prove that getting involved in social dynamics is actually one of the smartest decisions you can make? Does this finally prove that learning social dynamics works, and gets real results? My thoughts on this inside.
The average adult reads 250 words per minute w/ 70% comprehension. This post contains 300 words, and could *actually* change your life, like it did for mine. Is that worth one minute of your time? I'll let you decide. If it was, share it with your friends. That is how I found it after all. [Thx David]
Being back in the frozen land of Canada for the last week and a half has been a blast. Yesterday I was hanging out with Kevin, and as normal the conversation revolved around social dynamics and the pickup artist community. At one point Kevin explained how pickup is fundamentally flawed, which I thought was a great topic for todays post. Here are my thoughts on the matter.
Last night I was answering questions on Facebook, when I got one question that instantly annoyed the fuck out of me. It was a clear example of someone over-thinking an interaction, instead of just being real and allowing themselves to open up a little bit, and being authentic. When I woke up this morning I was still pissed off about it, so I thought I'd get this off my chest in a post for everybody.