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Mailbag: Being the single guy

by GK on October 15, 2012 · 5 comments

Our mailbag question comes to us from my friend B in Philly. Some context first: His close friend SW from Philly recently got into a relationship, which SW chronicled in his guest post on dating women who are busy. “I’m turning 27 soon, and my friends who are all in the same age group are […]

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GK’s Official Supplement List

by GK on April 3, 2012

My dad didn’t teach me a lot about life, except when it came to preserving it. After suffering a stroke about 15 years ago and getting little help from his doctor, he learned to heal himself, and supplementation was a big part of that. He’s now 80 and walking around better than many 50-year-olds. I […]

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Of Peter Pan and Marriage

by GK on February 24, 2012 · 11 comments

So, remember when I said in my last post that I’m often inspired to kick sand at academics in matters of sex and relationships? Yeah, that’s what I’m about to do. A few days ago I came across a Wall Street Journal article called, “Where Have The Good Men Gone?” I thought the author, Kay […]

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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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Going the Distance in 2011

by GK on December 29, 2011 · 10 comments

So, 2011 is just about to become history. But before we look ahead to a 2012 full of wine, women and great Spotify playlists, I want to look back on what this year meant to me. Perhaps it’ll give you something to chew on for next year’s goal-setting. First, let’s talk party real quick. If […]

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It’s Not Easy Being Green, or a Dater

by GK on November 24, 2011 · 3 comments

I’m back from celebrating Rob’s 30th in New York, and I can cross the following off my bucket list: attending an underground party in a Brooklyn ghetto, first at a warehouse with half-naked women on a trapeze, then riding a school bus to a speakeasy. And I owe it all to the guy I coached […]

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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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I’ve had female friends most of my life and currently hang out with a gaggle of them. Rob Overman has had one female friend his entire life and considers them a waste of time. We thought this would be a great subject for a podcast, and we spent the better part of an hour debating it. Ultimately, […]

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