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So what if this is the first glimpse of the Logistics Book since Rob and I started talking about it four years ago? Do you know how long it took the Sistine Chapel to be painted? Four years! That’s right, Rob and I are right on par with Michelangelo in creating works of art. We […]

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As usual, what it took to bring me out of my Blog Hibernation was a simple question from a reader. Honestly, if you want to guarantee that I’ll write something in a week, no matter how busy I am, just email me with some woman-related quandary from your life. I’m like one of Pavlov’s dogs. […]

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I’ve allowed women in my dating past to write for you before — or even team up with me for a jam session. But never have I allowed a woman I’m currently dating to disrobe in front of you. That changes today, and what better time for a first time? This week, your friendly neighborhood […]

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I never get tired of hearing success stories, and I’ve got another one for you. This one comes from a special event: my last bootcamp with Charisma Arts almost two years ago. I enjoyed myself immensely during that session, in part because both guys I coached that weekend were starting from scratch in their social […]

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The Merits of the Slumpbuster

by GK on December 21, 2011 · 3 comments

This topic was born in the comments section of my post on breaking it off with women, and I thought it deserved its own mention. The question comes from Barry, who asks whether I think it’s worthwhile to bed a “slumpbuster” when in a dry spell, as I suggest in one of my earliest posts. […]

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Mailbag: When to Show a Woman Interest

by GK on October 22, 2011 · 1 comment

If it seems like I’m taking longer between posts these days, it’s because you’re right. I’ve started some online-editing work and while I’m excited to work full time again, I’m finding it tougher to switch gears between Greg the Editor and GK during the workweek. It’s a big time saver when you guys feed me […]

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Birth of a Player

by GK on August 15, 2011 · 1 comment

Here’s some more sugar for me to toss your way. I recently got an e-mail from Gavin, the Canadian guy I coached in San Francisco earlier this year. His love life was already doing better when he wrote me in this post, but now he tells me he’s reaching new heights. It pretty much made my […]

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One guy’s memorable bus ride

by GK on May 11, 2011 · 1 comment

In keeping with my promise to add some tips and stories of fun and success, I offer the aftermath of a private instruction I gave in San Francisco earlier this year. His name is Gavin, he’s in his early 20s and he lives in Western Canada. Gavin made me the first stop of a North American bus […]

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