When To Push For A Number (Imprinting)

Sometimes girls just don’t play ball. You might have a great set, with good eye contact, proximity, good banter - good signs of her interest - but then she just won’t give you her contact details. Maybe she’s in a relationship, maybe she has a rule about giving her number out on the street, maybe … Continue reading When To Push For A Number (Imprinting)

Daygame Dichotomies: How to Develop Your Own Daygame Style

Today’s post is a simple one which should help you to develop your own Daygame style. It’s hard to think about building a Daygame style just like it’s hard to do Inner Game work. “Where do I start?” is a question I asked myself a long time ago. I think what helps in these situations … Continue reading Daygame Dichotomies: How to Develop Your Own Daygame Style

Post-Sex Interviews: How To Do Them, Why Do Them And What To Ask

Today’s post is all about post-sex interviews (PSIs). I received this email a few days ago and thought it would be a great opportunity to knock out a post to be released on Bank Holiday Monday when I’d actually like to be taking a day off. I’m writing this on the morning of Saturday 3rd … Continue reading Post-Sex Interviews: How To Do Them, Why Do Them And What To Ask

Why Do We Calculate Approach to Lay Ratios: Thinking About Stats and Holding Contradictory Views

Here is a recent tweet thread where we went off on a bit of a tangent on A:L: The thread brought up a good point: A:L is meaningful for some people and not for others. I started to think, why count A:L? Why count stats at all? Should we count something else if anything? There … Continue reading Why Do We Calculate Approach to Lay Ratios: Thinking About Stats and Holding Contradictory Views

Creating A Habit Of Charisma: Internalising HTWFAIF

“As it is not one swallow or a fine day that makes a spring, so it is not one day or a short time that makes a man blessed and happy.” Aristotle Now that’s a nice cheesy start, isn’t it? It’s a fact that habits make up who you are. The daily volatility doesn’t matter … Continue reading Creating A Habit Of Charisma: Internalising HTWFAIF

The Three Connections and Family Background: What To Look Out For In A Girl Before Entering An LTR And Why

I know what you are thinking. That I’m only 28. What can I have to say of value on this topic? Well I’ve been in a relationship for three years (four if you count the time spent as FBs) and so I hope I have something to say on this topic which can help you. … Continue reading The Three Connections and Family Background: What To Look Out For In A Girl Before Entering An LTR And Why

My Sleep Stack: Everything I Throw At The Wall For Better Sleep And Why

Everyone’s talking about sleep these days. There are the obvious health benefits. We’ve known since childhood to get a good night’s sleep. But if you need extra motivation to improve your sleep quality and length then consider how it contributes to your personal energy. Personal energy is a term I picked up from Scott Adams’ … Continue reading My Sleep Stack: Everything I Throw At The Wall For Better Sleep And Why

In One Ear, Out the Other: Staying Positive in a Cynical World

I have to admit something: I’m an optimist. I’ve always had a rough 6/10 baseline of hope and in general believe things will work out for me in life. Today’s post covers one of the tools I’ve found that I use to stay positive. It’s something we heard since we were kids: “in one ear, … Continue reading In One Ear, Out the Other: Staying Positive in a Cynical World

How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big, Scott Adams. Chapter Six: Goals Versus Systems (Summary)

Recently Lee Cho recommended this book to me and I started to see it mentioned in a lot of places. I took that as a sign to read it. It’s very good and I recommend it. Today’s post is a summary of chapter six: the one where Adams introduces the concept of goals versus systems. … Continue reading How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big, Scott Adams. Chapter Six: Goals Versus Systems (Summary)