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Lessons about ladies from the Juggler

by GK on February 1, 2010 · 4 comments

I’m loath to go so long between blog entries, but I’m back to juggling three jobs, not including my screenplay, so my free time is scarce. But stay tuned, because I do have some good posts I want to share with you. Speaking of jugglers, I spent a day in Seattle two weeks ago with Mr. Charisma […]

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Farewell, and thanks, to a friend

by GK on January 19, 2010 · 11 comments

If you’re more into posts about parties and picking up girls than death and inspiration, feel free to skip this one. But if you’ll indulge me, I’d like to remember someone special. Perhaps he’ll have the same effect on you that he had on me. In July 2007, just days after I’d been laid off from […]

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The downside of rating women

by GK on November 27, 2009 · 7 comments

Before I step on my high horse — with its Gucci saddle — I’ll admit I’m a repeat offender on this one. I think it’s an innocent game much of the time: two guys see a gorgeous woman walk by, and as soon as their eyes return to their sockets, they feel a need to rate her […]

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What is GK’s game like?

by GK on November 10, 2009

An e-mail I received from overseas during my recent hiatus reminded me of a post I’d been meaning to make — to explain my “game,” so to speak. It goes like this:  “I know you don’t use relating too much. but do you use the open-ended-question vacuum  reward ( relate )? I would be glad if you can say how […]

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GK lives (plus a couple of reviews)

by GK on November 9, 2009 · 2 comments

Before I go on, I want to deny some rumors that have surfaced during my long blogging drought: I was not kidnapped by aliens, brainwashed by a cult that worships Transformers or laying in a chocolate-induced coma. I’ve simply been busy with some things. But last week I finally finished my screenplay (the first draft, […]

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Succeed or fail? It’s your choice

by GK on September 16, 2009 · 4 comments

A common question I’ve been asked, from students and curious friends, is this: “Are some guys hopeless and can’t be helped?” You might find my answer to be against my financial interests, but the answer is yes, some guys cannot be helped and shouldn’t take instruction with me yet. But it’s not because they don’t look good […]

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Setting goals for meeting women

by GK on August 19, 2009 · 3 comments

I thought I’d pass along an old idea I came up with that helped me come out of my shell with women during the bad ol’ days — I’ve rarely discussed it over the years, but some recent students have found it interesting. So many guys come to me and other instructors looking for Game, that golden fleece […]

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Podcast: How to get over a breakup

by GK on July 17, 2009

Harry, our instructor from across the pond in England, recently got out of an exclusive relationship, and I have a hunch that men all over Europe are locking up their girlfriends in response. I thought Harry would have some great insights for guys who are facing a similar experience, so I invited him onto the GK Shares Game […]

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