Fashion Do's and Dont's

It’s always useful to review some basic fashion “Do’s” and “Don’ts.” Today, we’ll cover what you should do. Next article, we’ll look at the things to avoid. Let’s get right into those fashion “Do’s”: 1) Do match your accessories. When it comes to watches, belt buckles, necklaces, rings, and all other jewelry, you generally have two main options, gold or … Read More

3 Romantic Gestures for Everyday Life

Have you ever wanted to make a sweet, romantic gesture for your girlfriend/lover/fiancee/wife without being an AFC? Here are a few handy examples of romantic gestures you can implement today. The key to remember is that personality and creativity is important. Use these tips to get started, but as you grow more confident, devote time to coming up with fun … Read More

5 Questions to Keep the Spark Alive in a Long-Term Relationship

If you want to avoid love packing a punch, here are a few simple tips that can help you be the best partner she ever had. A groundbreaking 2010 Syracuse University study found that the chemical reaction of falling in love – the dopamine, testosterone, and adrenaline dump that occurs in our brains in the early stages of a relationship … Read More

Tweaking your openers

Let’s talk about openers. Some people make the mistake of feeling like they need to compile an endless library of openers before they approach. That’s not necessary, because, with a few tweaks, you can present one or two openers in brand new ways. Here’s a short lesson on how changing the root and the delivery can make anyone opener versatile … Read More

3 ways to improve your conversation

Most men who have problems thinking they will “run out of material” with women actually have a deeper problem. It’s not that they don’t have much to say, but rather that they simply haven’t spoken to many people. Usually they just talk to very close friends, and when they do it’s about topics that are so individualistic (computers, games, being … Read More

How to stay ahead of objections

As soon as you approach a woman or group of people you don’t know, they think two things: 1. What does he want? 2. How long is he going to stay here? If you can satisfactorily answer both of these questions, you can avoid the sting of rejection. If not, you will hear the words that are the anathema of … Read More

Cooking for Dates

With a holiday weekend coming up for many of our readers, it’s a good time to revisit tips on how to cook for a woman. With cooking a meal for a woman, presentation is key. It’s really no different than a magic illusion or any other routine. They way your present the meal can often be more important than the … Read More

Merging sets for social proof

Pick up is a game of value. The more value you can acquire the easier the game becomes. Value can come in a number of different forms, such as money, worldliness, status, and many more. One form of value called social proof is gained from the people you know and the crowd that surrounds you. To understand social proof, imagine … Read More

Neil Strauss

The headmaster and visionary behind Stylelife is internationally bestselling author Neil Strauss. He founded the Stylelife Academy — the world’s first online academy for attraction — in 2007 out of a desire to enable men all over the planet to change their lives the way he had done. Although The Los Angeles Times heralded him as a “hero to men … Read More

Welcome to the Stylelife Blog

The goal of this blog will be to bring you weekly useful PUA information that you can use everyday. From motivational articles to new DHV routine releases I want this to be your source of game-building information. Myself and my coaches are committed to providing this new resource to the Pick-Up Artist Community. The PUA Community has always been built … Read More