In today’s podcast I lift the lid on the “Secret Society”…a fundamental concept in pickup and daygame. What do the sex lives of men and women really look like? Why do we cheat? How come only some guys are players? What do you have to do to get in?
Dzień Dobry from Zakopany in Poland. I’ve taken a few days off daygame to hit the slopes with an adventurous girl and my compadre Mr A. It’s important to zoom out and dive into other flow states other than Street Hustling, remembering that life is beautiful, life is short and it needs to be grabbed by the horns!
I’m in Poland on my way to New York City, talking about why it’s so important to inject colour and warmth into your cold approach pickup. Sounding like a monochrome robot will lead to instant blowouts and poor sets. Remember that “what you feel, she feels.”
In Episode 51 from central Europe I discuss what pickup calibration is, and why it’s so important for daygame. Download this and all the other podcasts here.
Watch me daygame infield demonstrating how to Stack after the Open in the London Daygame Model. Notice how it’s the Spikes that spark the attraction and keep it from being Mr Nice Guy. Learn how to do this yourself by following the steps in my textbook Street Hustle.
I’m on a rooftop in London describing last night’s animalistic, stealth seduction lay with an English doctor. The pickup was in a shop using Tiger Eyes, the Maradona Move, the Torero Toe to close distance, a low, slow voice and sexual Statements Of Intent. The date was quick and dirty, simply focussed on leading & escalating. To learn these Torero tools for yourself, check out my textbook Street Hustle.
I’m in Bayswater, London, retracing the steps of Michael Caine’s 1966 Alfie. Try and get your hands on the original play / novel by Bill Naughton, but the next best thing is to watch the movie online (avoid the Jude Law remake).
It’s the ultimate player movie, with all the key concepts explored: Lover-Provider, Frame, Polarity, Sex vs Affection, Secret Society. Plus an exceptionally pimp soundtrack from Sonny Rollins. What’s not to like?