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Knowing yourself

Mailbag: Making Time for Meeting Women

by GK on November 16, 2011 · 3 comments

I’m two days away from flying to New York to celebrate Rob Overman’s 30th birthday. And I know what you’re thinking: “Like you haven’t already been taking a vacation from this blog?” I know, I know, but I can make at least one November post before I leave. I owe this post to a question […]

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When a Woman’s Age Matters

by GK on August 29, 2011 · 1 comment

One of the many ways I’ve taught guys has involved age — factoring how old the guy is along with the age of women he’s trying to meet. Sometimes, it makes the difference between happy dating and tragic dating; sometimes, it doesn’t matter at all. I’ll do a little breakdown in this post, but I’ll say it […]

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On Being Yourself

by GK on May 24, 2011 · 5 comments

My buddy Tre Tre pointed me to this blog post about the PUA world today: It interested me because it’s written not by some Community junkie, but by a female psychologist who recently ordered “The Game” and Mystery’s book. Her post reads as follows: I recently recommended (the books) to a friend of mine for her son […]

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The Best Technique of all

by GK on May 14, 2011 · 10 comments

I’ve been thinking lately about two legendary coaches from different worlds, and how their success owes not to teaching technique or strategy, but to understanding the person within. I just watched “The King’s Speech” for the first time. It’s warm and mushy the way an Oscar-winning film is supposed to be, and I can tolerate that. But as you might expect, […]

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A promise to add sugar

by GK on May 11, 2011 · 6 comments

I was talking to Rob about the blog yesterday, and it occurred to me that I may be bumming some people out. Since my hiatus I’ve lamented the shutdown of bookstores, declared that the girl you met in such a bookstore may not be as high quality as she seems, and then I burst some bubbles by posting […]

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I’ve said it, and so have so many others in the advice-giving game: Be Yourself. It’s so vague yet so right at the same time, and the gap we must bridge to explain it can seem wider than the Grand Canyon. What if we don’t know ourselves yet? What if yourself changes a little bit from day to day? […]

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In Memory of Dirk

by GK on January 19, 2011 · 9 comments

 This post won’t be as long as I originally expected. I’d rather avoid a lot of the “seize the day” cliches that come from an untimely death, and I’ll just stick to my personal thoughts about Dirk Manley. It is neither desirable nor intentional that I already had to give a eulogy to a departed friend […]

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GK’s Book Pick: Seduce with Style

by GK on January 13, 2011 · 1 comment

I was vacationing with Oprah in Australia last month. Well, not really, but we were both in the same beach town at the same time, and her helicopter flew above me while I was snorkling in the Great Barrier Reef.  So it’s only fitting that I play Oprah and make a little book recommendation for […]

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