I know you don’t write much about game anymore, but I enjoy your blog and would be interested in whatever random thoughts about game you might have.
Well, sir, I disagree. “Game” to me has never been about parlor tricks or clever openings. Game is based on the whole man concept. To built your game, you have to build yourself up as a man. Become the man to see.
Think of game like an investment strategy. Ideally we would all have substantial assets that would allow us to live off of interest (passive income). While living off the interest, we would be free to engage in other entrepreneurial activities (active income).
Your “whole man” is like an investment property. Get your style in order, lift weights, juice, read books to expand your mind, do alpha male stuff like learn how to fight and shoot guns. This will pay off even when you are not doing anything.
For example, someone once posted a scientific study showing that alpha males flinch less often than beta males, and that women can sense this. Women are attracted to men who do not move around too much.
I do not have to try not to flinch. It’s not a parlor trick. It’s who I am.
When I walk into a bar, there’s a good chance that maybe one or two other guys could beat me up in a fight. Of course anyone can get hit in the right spot and no one is invulnerable. But I’m not really worried about getting my ass kicked. I also know that even when there are many guys who could kick my ass (if you hang out in Vegas and San Diego, you’re going to run into a lot of men who train and would steam roll everyone but top MMA fighters), they can sense that I could potentially hurt them. (Just as any dork could get a lucky punch in on me, I could be that “any dork” who gets the lucky punch on them.) Predators in nature and in civilization know it’s costly to fight one another. Predators tend to avoid other predators – even when it’s a lesser predator like me.
Accordingly, I give off a very masculine vibe without trying. My vibe is like income coming in from a rental property. I don’t do anything but exist and the rent checks come in.
Having a nice bankroll also improves your game because it allows you to chill out. I’ve been in situations where I had to know how many drinks were just ordered and hoped my debit card have enough cash on it. Worry about money messes with your mood and hurts your game.
When you have some cash stashed away, you don’t fidget or get worried. You know that if there’s a logistical snafu, you can just get a hotel. You got it covered. You’re in control. You give off a stronger, more dominant, masculine vibe.
Building up your style also improves your game. If you look great, you will draw attention to yourself without having to make yourself known like a nerdy kid in school who keeps raising his hand whenever the teacher asks a question. (Check out Masculine Style.)
The U.S. is a land of fat males and skinny fat males and skinny dorks. If you have muscle, you will stand out. If you have broad shoulders and a narrow waist, you will get noticed.
Juicing is scientifically proven to improve skin quality. People who juice a lot of carrots, for example, have the same glow as someone with a light tan.
Now, none of this means that the hottest girls in the bar are going to approach you. What it does mean is that they have noticed you.
It also means that girls will regularly approach you. I’ve hung out with quite a few guys from the Roosh Forum. They have all witnessed me get approached. Again, I’m not saying it’s models throwing themselves at me.
Without my having to say or do anything actively, plenty of bangable girls basically put themselves at my feet. Other girls will sorta start moving towards where I am, waiting for me to open them.
Some may say this is arrogant, and it would be if God had given me a fair shot at winning life.
Instead, I was the proverbial fat kid growing up and had asthma and was on welfare. I couldn’t even run around the block. I also have bad acne later in life.
My motto, once I began developing a life philosophy and thinking for myself was, “Fuck Darwin.” I didn’t just passively accept that nature or the universe game me. I began building myself into the man I wanted to be.
Some people even accuse me of having good genetics. I laugh and have absolutely shocked people by showing them pictures of me as a kid and teenager.
To the extent I am “somebody,” it’s because I’ve built myself up.
Game isn’t running dorky routines. Game isn’t being an entertainer who gets a lot of numbers and make outs but never closes.
Game is taking yourself to your highest potential as a man.
Hence, every post that appears on this blog is about game.
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