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Logistics

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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Why, hello there! It’s been a while. I’ll skip the usual excuses about being busy with work, yada yada, and give one bonus excuse for not blogging. Rob and I back are back to working on the Logistics Book, and we intend to have it ready by early next year. To the random guy I […]

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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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Field report: the Grouper date

by GK on April 15, 2013 · 13 comments

Comfort is a two-faced bitch. It lures us away from the jagged rocks of pain to the soft shores of protection. It is a great time-saver and facilitator; it might even be fun for a while. Comfort is also our undoing, robbing us of our potential. It’s the difference between Bilbo Baggins staying in the […]

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I’ve wagged my tongue for many years about the importance of knowing logistics when meeting women. Big Four and all that. And for good reason: it’s the difference between driving sober and driving blindfolded, high on mushrooms. But there’s a caveat to this: you’re better off taking those mushrooms if the girl’s not interested in […]

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My retirement from coaching and refocus on my career is keeping me away from this blog more than I’d like. The myriad students and memories I accumulated are increasingly morphing into a beautiful-yet-faded dream. It’s bittersweet, but I expected it. My one reminder that all this stuff really happened is the log of success stories […]

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Even though I’m having a little fun by calling them sucker moves, I want to be clear: this post is NOT about passing shit tests. It’s not about communicating your Alpha-ness, it’s not about gaining the upper hand with women, and it’s not about winners and losers. It’s tempting to think in those terms when […]

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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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