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5 minutes | Jul 26, 2017
The Second Pillar of Creepiness — Viewing Others as Sexual Adversaries (Part I)
In my podcast episode “The In-Between - The Grey Area of Social Interactions”, I spoke on what I called a “pillar” of creepiness — hesitation. In that the behavior of hesitation, is usually socially interpreted as creepiness by others - and even more so when it involves tenors of intimacy with others. Another pillar of creepiness that I want to touch on is viewing others as sexual adversaries.Viewing others as sexual adversaries basically means viewing others as intense competition for meeting the other sex or increasing your status - this obviously has direct correlation to how you relate to other men, and, as an extension how you relate to women.And if you view others as sexual adversaries on a dramatic level - then you start to become creepy. You start to zero-in on the girls you desire as if they don’t belong to you - as if you can’t meet and connect with them. As if they belong to someone else and you wish you had them. Because if you view others as sexual adversaries, it means that on some level, you’re on the-outside-looking-in, when it comes to women. You feel and act like others are preventing you from meeting women. You feel like you can’t just get women by being yourself and being effortless (effortless meaning not trying to be someone else) — and also free to act within your environment. You instead think you have to finagle your way or somehow trick the girl.And so this brings me to a side note about those who negatively judge men for trying to pick up girls, or practice meeting girls, or more accurately, negatively judge this phenomenon called “The Game”People who don’t know about practicing meeting women, which in the mainstream is kind of called “the game” often interpret “game” as manipulative. But, what “Game” actually is - is figuring out how to harmonize with women in a non-plutonic manner - and facilitate an intimately, mutually enjoyable experience and close - close, meaning, facilitating enough comfort and intrigue for a moment of mutually desired sex and connection. And, rather than being bad at that, you’re good at it - you’re good at facilitating engagement and connection, you’re good at leading and closing the interaction. And girls want this from the man. They want him to be good at these things. Because, girls do not want to do these things themselves.In general, they don’t want to make the decisions for the man, or themselves, when it comes to a male-female relationship (transient or long-term). They want the male to make the decisions. They want him to know what he wants, and then show that, and effectively execute, or facilitate this through skillful action (grounded, skillful action turns them on, unskillful action usually turns them off). They want to take on the role of the feminine, and they want the man to take on the role of the masculine - where he is decisive, leading and closing on behalf of the two of them (or even more than two). So, a guy who cannot facilitate this but still wants the girl and makes some vague attempt at meeting her (staring at her without decision as to why he is staring at her, smiling at her without a decision on his intent) - a guy who cannot approach, engage, establish a connection and close — he’ll come off as creepy. And the reason he comes off as creepy is that he doesn’t know how to relate to his environment socially - he doesn’t know how to relate to men socially, he doesn’t know how to relate to women socially, he doesn’t understand himself, he doesn’t understand - sexuality. This lacking of knowledge and skill can lead to a variety of collateral behaviors - Which I’ll get to, in part 2
16 minutes | Apr 21, 2017
How to Understand & Act on Your Emotions for Better Social Creativity
How do you know when to approach?When you want to. Act on your initial desire inside to do it. If you act on that gut instinct, and trust yourself - you will figure out how to handle the interaction - whether you thrive in it or not.It doesn’t mean you’ll get her number, a date, or bring her home - or that she’ll even be interested (though any of these things can of course occur) - but most guys choose not to approach because they actually fear something much more drastic happening than the girl merely being disinterested, or the guy just feeling embarrassed himself - guys generally fear, even if they’re not aware of it, some form of social repercussion, particularly from other men, be it directly or indirectly) - and here’s the thing - provided your intentions are benevolent, this fear of social repercussion from men, or really anyone, is generally a false fear. Counter-logically - if you go in for the approach (regardless if it’s a girl by herself, a group of girls or a mixed group [that is, guys and girls]) - and, if you go in without thinking, and instead go in on your body’s desire or instinct to go in (assuming this desire engenders from something like hope and benevolence, rather than something like desperation or anger) - then people will in turn respond to this benevolent, instinctual action of yours, with a reciprocal, instinctual benevolent openness, and temporary surrender, to your well-intended boldness. In other words, if you go in on your instinct, and mean well - people will open up, listen to you, and be receptive to your intentions. If, though, after the approach and during the conversation, you start to fall into your head and begin thinking a lot, and stop maintaining or building on overall instinctual social behaviors (meaning you instead start thinking of what to say rather than continuing to simply be and act in the conversation you started) - the girl or the group that was receptive to your social initiative, will begin to resist you more, once you fall into your head and demonstrate behaviors of uncertainty and hesitation.People respond well to others who have certainty in themselves and the situation they’re in, and avoid people who have uncertainty in themselves and the situation they’re in. Resistance from a group, due to your falling into your head, and out of “instinctual socializing” (or socializing without thinking), usually starts as a small resistance (like, for example, someone in the group giving you grounded, steady eye contact; or maybe someone throwing playful, verbal jabs at you). After that, it only escalates in tension and push-back as far as you non-instinctually, nervously and unconfidently push the tension yourself by persisting despite your unnatural social behaviors (at that point, people from the group, or the girl, might communicate for you to leave in some form or another, be it explicit or implicit [implicit like, “we need to go” or “I need to go.” - also, someone in the pack, or the girl if she’s by herself, can detach from the interaction you created by physically moving away from you - making it more difficult for you to continue the interaction, obviously]). If there is a really confrontational man in the group, then, potentially, something more intense and threatening can arise - though provided there isn’t someone with intense social problems in the group, true confrontation does not arise until much, much later - and usually only catalyzes from the approacher strongly persisting, in an uncalibrated, non-instinctual nervous, unconfident and unnatural way, despite escalated resistance from someone amongst the approached. However, if you do stay benevolently instinctual, grounded, and calm once you “open” the girl or the group - the group is likely to continue to entertain your initiative, and go with any escalations you make with the girl (be it escalated emotion, connection, sexual escalation, or what have you). Moreover, if you do fall into your head after you open, and start thinking of how to act, rather than just acting (in other words, you stop being instinctual and start behaving in a more calculating fashion), or you start losing your calm, and start becoming more nervous in nature - you can rebound from this.If you lose your cool, and fall off in being your natural self, and the girl or the group begins resisting you more - you can win them over by rebounding from your slide, and attempt to better convey your personality and start to more naturally provide fun - and grounded, sexual energy - winning the girl or the group over and showing them you are confident and trustworthy (maybe not as a friend, but as a cool guy). As a “cool guy”, people are more open to you as a person and what you seek. [As a side Note: A “cool guy” is someone who feels comfortable in the energy of others, he freely expresses himself, he has an honest, congruent energy, and he’s grounded and shows his intentions in a calibrated manner.] So what I’m describing by a guy rebounding from his his missteps and more naturally conveying his personality and energy, and therefore more naturally providing fun to others - is essentially what I call benevolent persistence, in which one persists in the interaction from a natural, fun-natured, sexually and emotionally grounded, well-intentioned place - I’ll go into more detail on benevolent persistence at a later date. Now turning back to earlier in the pod - it’s important to note that this feeling or desire to go in for the approach - this initial feeling that I’m talking about, in which I say if you act on that initial desire, you’ll be all good and will figure out how to handle it from there… This feeling or initial desire can be difficult to notice or be sensitive to, if you’ve developed a pattern of ignoring or suppressing your desires and ambitions in going for girls, or just going for things in life in general. Indeed, feeling your body’s desires and instincts - or in other words, your gut instinct - requires sensitivity to your environment, and yourself. If you go through life ignoring your emotions or not considering being ambitious (aka not going for what you want in life), you will not be as sensitive to your gut instinct, which is communicating to you what to do in life scenarios - and you will therefore not feel when to take certain actions in life - including going for a girl. So how do you get more in touch with your gut instinct?One - by holding yourself to higher standards.If you hold yourself to higher standards, then you will be pushing yourself outside of your comfort zone more and therefore be more alert and in tune to what’s going on on the inside, and what’s going on around you. When you’re going for things in life that make you uncomfortable, a lot of emotions begin to arise. Stress, anxiety, uncertainty, pessimism - hope, optimism, determination, commitment - Being in touch with your gut instinct requires you to be in touch with your emotions - and so because going for things in life causes emotions to arise - it triggers you to be in greater in touch with them - ultimately allowing you greater ability to feel your gut instinct and act on it. Some might ask “What if you wanna go for things in life - but don’t feel any kind of desire to do it?”This is when you just do it. You make yourself do it even though you don’t want to. You find areas to improve and you act on them by compelling yourself. Part of our gut instinct is deeply instinctual and emanates from our genes - but other parts emanate from our reference experiences. In order to improve your gut instinct and inner-knowing of when to act, you must act when you don’t feel like acting or are not sure if you should - this allows you to gain experiences that you can learn from. This will give you a better sense and feeling of how and when to act.This is because it will bring you in even greater touch with your own emotions. Say you see a girl that’s pretty, but your body and mind - or whatever intelligence you want to equate it to - doesn’t want to go in - you’ve sort of convinced yourself that you shouldn't go in for whatever reason. Maybe you’re erroneously telling yourself she’s not pretty enough, or that she’s simply walking in a different direction than you; or she’s with someone and you don’t want to bother them - any number of lies you tell yourself that help you rationalize not to take action. But then, you make yourself go in. And, despite not feeling good about it prior to the approach - all the sudden, once you’ve done the approach, you start experiencing new emotions that you’re not used to or are less familiar with.Now, you feel confidence, a sense of growth. You’re proud of yourself and you feel like you shared a nugget of experience with another person. You also probably feel more sexually charged and feel greater desire and confidence to meet other women (relative to what you felt before). All the sudden, from taking the ambitious action, that no part of you wanted to do, but you did anyway - led you to feel a range of positive and productive emotions that you’re not accustomed to.Something you can continue to familiarize yourself with and get used to - building on it and continuing to force yourself to take action towards positive, productive growth - be it financial, social, emotional, sexual, spiritual. So what did it mean, that your body, or you, didn’t think it was a good idea to go in - and then you went in, and it turned out to be a great idea, in which you felt so much better, hopeful and ambitious once you did it?Was that not your gut instinct, telling you not to approach? How do you know what your gut instinct is if you were wrong in that moment?This is a key point to to highlight - which is knowing the difference between your GUT and your FEARS.Your gut is often pointing you towards actions that arouse fear you in, but implicate or orient you towards chances for growth as a person, a chance for greater success in life - things that feel risky, but are positive or ambitious in intent. We’ll call this positive risk Your fears are often feelings that steer you away from positive risk - in favor of feeling more safe and secure. Put another way, a feeling or desire to feel comfy and stay away from this risk that can lead to growth. This comfiness moreover, can also be masked - you might not notice that you just want to feel comfy - and instead misinterpret it as “a smart decision”. Your mind will rationalize yourself out of decisions regarding comfort versus positive risk. To feel comfy, you protect the feeling you have, in which you feel relatively good about where you are - so this comfiness will cause you to swindle yourself into thinking being uncomfortable isn't worth it.Moreover, this “smart decision rationale” is simply a cognitive, emotional and behavioral process that’s unconsciously executed to protect your ego and way of living - because positive risk can overthrow your sense of comfort, reorganize or disrupt your sense of identity and therefore disrupt your ego - which clings to and protects feelings that promote the worth of personal identity - it causes you toignore signs of personal weakness that should in fact be challenged. In other words, “why go for something I want and feel embarrassed, when I don’t feel embarrassed now?”So to conclude - You know when to approach when you feel that initial desire inside to do it. You act on it.Provided your action is benevolent and hopeful, rather than angry or desperate, the person or people you approach will in turn be open to your action. If you fall into your head after your approach - the person or people you approached can begin to grow displeased with your presence. If you stay within instinctual conversation - the person or people you approach will continue to be receptive to you and allow you to escalate with the girl (be it bringing her home, an instant date or a number). And the degree of escalation that is allowed by the girl or group is directly related to your level of comfort and naturalness (aka calm, instinctual behavior) as the escalation continues to rise in typified social, emotional and sexual tension. If you do fall into your head once the conversation ensues, and start to act unnatural, uncomfortable and unconfident - you can rebound from this by reopening yourself to their energy and attempting to better convey your natural personality and attempt to naturally provide more fun. During this time, you can find your center, which allows become grounded again - all of this allows you to better convey your sexuality through conversation, action and energy. Your natural congruence that you’ve regained, in which you demonstrate this natural energy to them, will allow the girl or her and her friends to trust you, and find you to be “cool” (since you are demonstrating comfort in being yourself).This rebounding manifests as, what I call, benevolent persistence. If you don’t know when to act, it likely means you’ve lost touch with your gut instinct because you’ve buried your ambitions. Finally, you can regain a sense of your gut instinct by taking action even when you don’t feel like it.
21 minutes | Dec 8, 2016
The In-Between: The Grey Area of Social Interactions (A Launch Point)
The in-between is the grey area of social interactions.Things that break cultural and social norm.In order to be successful in cold approach pickup - in meeting and connecting with women - in escalating interactions socially, emotionally and sexually - one must learn to thrive within the in-between.It’s a tricky thing in that, in order to thrive within the in- between, you’re playing on a line.The in-between has a spectrum.At one, optimal end of the spectrum, there’s an achievement of high-level, social, emotional, sexual and spiritual connection with women - and also social, emotional and spiritual connection with other people, in general social circumstances.If you can learn how to operate and thrive on this optimal end - breaking through fears of social judgement and negatively altering your reputation - you can meet women on a highly consistent level - forging connections at a level that most men do not know how to reach.You can have a thriving sex life - feeling more fulfilled due to your scope of access to true human connection (via your ability to engage people and convey the strengths of your personality and personal skills [which by the way causes attraction and interest from the party that you engage] and so, you convey these strengths more efficiently and effortlessly, ultimately forging a connection) -Indeed, your scope of access to true human connection comes by sharing who you are through approach, engagement, escalation and openness, and tapping into a synchronizing energy between the two of you, and operating within that - and simultaneously allowing her to feel comfortable in sharing who she is, through receiving and being open to: engagement and escalation; and receiving your openness so that she can also be open.Moreover, this transfers over to social groups and men too [platonically speaking]- in which you can openly engage them and share who you are, allowing them to open up, learn about you and feel comfortable sharing who they are with you in turn - leading to a possible friendship or alliance.While many go through the process of meeting women and friends through social convenience and the luck of happenstance - you, playing the “in-between”, meet people on your own initiative, and have the skills to rapidly develop conversation, familiarity and relationship (transient or long-term), in a benevolent, honest and calibrated way.Moreover, eventually, this unusual skill that breaks social norm, can become so refined on your part, optimally speaking, that you normalize it within your social environment - making it so natural for you that social and cultural reality bends to your will, rather than you instead shrinking and folding to the initial expectations around you, which encourage you to keep to yourself and “stay in line”.Indeed, you do not incur those feared repercussions for your social ambitions, and instead have your social environment, the women or potential friends you meet, comply to or at least entertain your implied suggestion for greater connection, regardless of the social context.In other words, the better you get at meeting women and connecting with others based on your own initiative of approach, engagement, connection and close - the more normal it will become for you. It will integrate into your personality and body - causing it to feel inside and communicate to others, as natural.And the more normal and natural it becomes for you - then the more the people you engage, and the passerby's around your interactions, will accept it, acquiesce to it and adapt to the new social reality that you created.When behaviors are natural for you, they often come from a good place. When you are acting unnaturally, when you’re doing things that feel forced or are escaping your own personality and reach - they either are, or are interpreted as, less benevolent in intention.Indeed, on the other end of the in-between spectrum there is creepiness, neediness and skeeviness.When you’re engaging in the in-between - in which, again, you’re breaking social and cultural norms for the sake of proactively forging human connection - there is the ability to do so in a way that is off-putting and highly displeasing - or in other words, creepy.Instead of transferring positive emotions and bringing fun, interesting, spontaneity to others, you are instead bringing negative, calculating, neediness to others, in which you are implicitly allotting responsibility to the random person you greet, to fill your own personal void of human connection - and in essence your desire to soothe a feeling of desperation that you likely carry within you, to feel better inside.In other words, unlike how you would feel when operating within the optimal end of the in-between spectrum - when you’re on the creepy, non-optimal end of this spectrum, you do not feel good inside and are instead lonely.So you engage others and then, instead of taking responsibility to lead the way to a genuine connection - you instead stop them to talk, and then implicitly and sub-communicatively demonstrate an expectation for them to connect with you and make you feel good (even though you approached them!).You are in essence plotting a way to selfishly force a connection with them, rather than benevolently leading the interaction, and seeking a positive energetic space that you can both inhabit, in which you can both connect to one another and enjoy yourselves - a situation in which the person you’re talking to, and the people around the two of you, can feel the goodness of the energy. Because the social energy is positive, the person you’re engaging and everyone around you, reflexively accepts it.[Now I wanna add a side note: Positive does not mean “nice.” When a boy is flirting with a girl by teasing her, and the girl likes it - this is also positive. It is not necessarily “nice.” Positive doesn't mean saying all the “right things” - it means having benevolent intentions and potentially manifesting them.Arousing a girl through interesting conversation, eye contact or sexual escalation is also a positive force - though it is not, traditionally speaking, referred to as quote “nice”. ] So back to what I was saying - by plotting this connection - where you aren’t looking to finish what you started (meaning you’re not leading the conversation by approach, engagement and then finally connection and close [be it a number close, a date, or sex], and instead just approaching, and then awkwardly engaging and looking for her to connect or close with you) - she and the people around you, in this case, can feel an unnaturalness, uncertainty and/or hesitancy within you and your actions.If you lead by approaching, the natural behavior would be to continue leading by also kickstarting further social engagement and then connection - but in this case, you instead stop leading after you initially approach.Since people can feel the unnaturalness and hesitancy of your behavior, the person you are engaging, and the people around you, are likely not to accept it, because something feels inorganic (it feels inorganic because you are communicating that even though you had the balls to approach her, you have no idea what to do next - it implies a lack of experience - it implies you are doing something outside of your wheelhouse). So youfeel negative judgement and resistance from them in some form or another (be it them staring you down or even intervening).[Another side note: This isn’t to say that you should only be proactive when you are acting or feeling perfectly natural, or that you are always doing something wrong if people around you act resistant or negative towards your social initiative.There are always going to be fearful, troubled and sometimes judgmental men and women around you that are merely intimidated by your social ambition, and, as crazy as it might sound, simply want to preventyou from succeeding. Now, their desire to prevent you from success is a blessing in disguise though, as it actually makes you stronger in your ability to pursue your social ambitions, allowing you to overcome resistance - both personal doubt and external impediments.Again though, sometimes people are indeed going to act resistant towards you because you are acting so unnaturally - and people resist and become suspicious of unnatural social behavior (moreover, they accept natural and honest social behavior).If you are going to improve and elevate to a new social level, in which you are in a better mood and bring more skill and knowhow into an interaction, and therefore bring more value to your social and intimate actions - then you are going to have to go through the process of improving and looking unnatural in front of others - thereby receiving resistance and negativity while you go through this process and improve.] Now sometimes, the reason you are so off-putting isn’t directly related to a deep-seeded emotional issue that causes creepiness (though this certainly can be the case) - rather, the reason can also be inexperience - which causes you to hesitate (though it is often true that lack of experience in the social and sexual in-between can be argued as an emotional impediment in itself, I won’t delve into that directly).This idea of your off-putting behavior not quite being an emotional issue, but rather an issue of inexperience - brings me to my next point - and that is:Hesitation is a pillar of creepiness.Whether or not you are actually creepy, people interpret social hesitation as a form of creepiness and therefore stay away from socially hesitant individuals.Great socializers do not hesitate when they are communicating.If they do hesitate, it’s a different kind of hesitation. It’s a hesitation that is consistent with their personality - it doesn’t look like they are retracting into a different personality.Better put, if a great socializer hesitates, he is not thinking of “how to act” - rather, he is thinking of how to better convey who he truly is, and how he truly feels in that moment, to the person he’s talking to.He does not look like he is executing an agenda - he looks like he is trying to express himself. This is the key difference in natural versus unnatural hesitation.But generally speaking, great socializers are flowing, present and decisive. Even merely healthy, though perhaps not great socializers, are flowing and present.This is because when one is a great, or just healthy socializer, his intent for socializing is to have fun, positively and benevolently express himself, and experience enjoyable emotions with others - and so there is a total lack of an agenda; there is no linear, self-serving plan. It is more spontaneous, emotional, honest and fun. It doesn’t require him to think, and therefore sub-communicate that he is thinking of how to act in order to gain what he wants.He is instead simply feeling, expressing, acting and deciding.Thinking of how to act in a moment that requires a lack of an agenda (socializing being a major kind of moment), is interpreted as creepy - because it sub-communicates that specific, unnatural kind of hesitation I mentioned, and also an ulterior agenda beyond mutual enjoyment.Now, obviously, as a guy - you paradoxically, need to lead and close - the girl simply will not do this (unless she is a more masculine woman, though this is much more rare, and also less preferable for me personally - I prefer women with more feminine energy - and my guess is that if you’re enjoying my content, you’re seeking a woman with more feminine energy on some level as well); and so because she will not lead and close, you must lead and close for the benefit of you and the woman.Without a doubt, given that the intent is for intimacy, there is an inherent latent agenda within your male-female interactions. However, you must, in a sense, not buy into your own agenda. Or, better put, your positive and fun emotional state must be the driving force in the interaction, not your desire to lead and close (even though this is part of your intent).Furthermore, this advice must not be a rule that you follow, but rather a state that you work to embody. This fun, positive state must take over as a truly natural vibe you give off and share, while you still guide the date to the close.[Side note: If you approach a girl with the intent of greater intimacy, and engage her with this intent, but do not make moves as the interaction continues - meaning: take action, escalate and finally close when it’s money time - you can bet you she will be disappointed in the interaction, and feel weird inside upon reflecting on it.Women don’t like to feel like sluts (not that they are if they’re with you, but if you bring them to a point where they are entertaining you sexually, but then you do not close it, or if you leave the escalated interaction in an awkward place, or leave it hanging - they will feel like they were slutty for some reason - and they want to avoid that feeling - regardless if it’s validity). They don’t like to feel like they were being promiscuous.This is just innate, female psychology - that likely spurs from our evolutionary process.This is why they prefer the man to lead - so he can take responsibility for what happened.So if something suggests to them that they might have done something that implies they are promiscuous to their own psyches, or even communicates this to their friends - they will likely backwards rationalize that they were not actually interested in the man that they entertained as an option.In other words, if a woman feels like she entertained sexual escalation with a man that turned out to be ill-equipped to make the escalation happen, or if he wasn’t who she thought he was - she might cut him off or distance herself in closeness from him, both internally in her mind, and externally - by communicating there was no connection between her and the man, to her friends - in order to get rid of any emotional dissonance she might feel over the matter.] So - your positive, fun state needs to be real and your closing also needs to be real. If it’s real - the girl will buy into you more.What is a real close?The close needs to come from your balls - your desire for her. But it also needs to be fun, positive, and calm - as opposed to calculating, unnatural in action and body movement, and overly excited.The need to be natural and not ridden with agenda is why it’s important to go through social repetition and gain loads of experience in approaching, socializing, connecting and closing with women, and relating to others in general.Having experience in these areas allows you to know, on a much higher level, what to do in many given moments, allowing you to act on second nature (this second nature engenders from past failures and successes - you begin to instinctively know what’s the right move and wrong move in a given situation because you’ve done the right and wrong things, and so have learned and then internalized more polished behavior.It’s like a naive quarterback learning that it’s a bad idea to try and run over a linebacker while he’s scrambling. Once he gets hit hard enough, he’ll instinctively go the other way or just slide next time around - it’s automatic - it’s now instinctive and second nature to take a learned action).Watch Quarterback Matt Stafford, scramble, then run over one defender successfully, then get a little too confident, and attempt to run over a second one, but unfortunately get blasted. He learned from this, internalized what happened, and then reflexively avoided contact from there on out - choosing to get down or slide instead. Indeed, you have internalized it and so, rather than thinking or guessing what the best move is, you just act.Thinking and guessing is communicated to the girl through your eye movements, facial expressions, voice and body language - which she then interprets as calculation and/or hesitation, and therefore, creepiness.Social repetition in intimate interactions, and also normal interactions allows you to understand pickups, intimate interactions and normal interactions on a much deeper level - this deeper understanding allows you to make better and better decisions in social moments.The more repetition you go through, and therefore the more you internalize correct behaviors into second nature, you no longer have to pay attention or think about those past social and intimate conundrums you once faced - they have been solved. You now know what to do in those moments should they come up. You instead begin to encounter new conundrums that you do not understand - until you master them as well.You continue to do this over and over, and thus become extremely socially advanced over time - and at an expedited period of time at that.In other words, each detail you master becomes second nature. And once you master a given detail, you can move on to a new detail - allowing yourself to move deeper and deeper into understanding social phenomena, and successfully executing social actions that operate within a deeper understanding of “social reality”.
11 minutes | Aug 25, 2016
Thriving in Shortened Interactions
Hey guys, I'm really excited to drop my second podcast installment. As I mention in this pod, I've decided to shift from dropping weekly podcasts, to bi-weekly ones. And truthfully, I haven't definitively written bi-weekly in stone.In these early stages, I'm experimenting and tinkering with time - seeing what set-up allows me to really provide you the best content I can. It's become clear to me that, having time will be the key in providing you the best content possible.And that's what I'm committed to. This one is about thriving in an interaction with a girl when there is a limited amount of time - or even if there is time, but there is the option to shorten it and nevertheless successfully escalate and close the interaction. On the meta level, a great deal of being able to do so has to do with energetically synchronizing with the girl, which comes from frequent socializing with girls, and people in general - and working to be in a good place emotionally and sexually. I hope you find it helpful - and let me know what you think.Ramsey
14 minutes | Aug 11, 2016
The Importance of not having an agenda when you're with a woman
Hey guys,I'm excited to unleash my first podcast for Live Connected.My new goal is to release a new pod or blog every week - so I'm happy to kick off this new plan with my opener. My goal is to provide high-quality content that is useful in helping you grow and develop as a homo sapien.
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