Unlock Your Critical Mind For More Confidence

What if I gave you a technique to free yourself from the part of your mind that holds you back when you practice? Would you try it? You should… Sometimes plain old dating advice is not enough.  You need to dig deeper. Mastering your Social Intelligence can be a painful journey; one that requires facing rejection. If you don’t bother to master … Read More

Do you know how to set up a date?

If I told you a technique for exchanging phone numbers that could instantly reveal whether they’d show up for a date — how much would it be worth to you? Well, how about I just give it to you? The biggest mistake most people make when they set up a date is… Exchanging contact info before setting up a date. … Read More

How To Track Your Progress In Social Interactions

This past year, I’ve been more into fitness than ever before in my life. I love the feeling of incremental successes. Of slowly, gaining strength and endurance; being able to lift one more pound of weight or shaving one second off my mile. I keep track of everything. Every workout documented, regular checkups from the doctor, and a strict diet. … Read More

Don’t Forget The Ending: Identity Storytelling Tips

Have you ever said to someone, “Oh yeah, I love that movie. It was awesome.” And that was it? After that short explanation, you stopped. Did you know that every time you respond like that you’re wasting a potential opportunity for a an emotional connection? A response to a topic as basic as movie preference is a fantastic place in … Read More

Be The Storyteller: Making Words Your Stock and Trade

I was flipping channels late one night and came across one of the most useful movies you can watch to improve your storytelling skills. And not just that, this classic old movie will help you realize that so many of the qualities you used to hide are actually the traits you should emphasize. Those traits will establish you as “the … Read More

Heroic Mindset: Become a Hero

As coaches we hear the same tale time and time again. Maybe she was a friend of yours in school, but you secretly desired her as more than a friend. Perhaps she is a lady you once took on a date, that went well, but you never pulled the trigger. She is a woman of a thousand faces, but one part of … Read More

Powerful Answers For Tricky Questions (ex: “Why are you still single?”)

Recently, a couple of my students were thrown off balance when a woman asked them, “Why are you still single?” Here’s a process to create the perfect answer that answers not only that question but any questions you encounter that feel tricky to navigate. 1. When you get home, think about how you answered that question when you were in field. … Read More

Humor and Attractiveness: Quick Tips

Ask anyone you meet to name qualities they looks for in a potential date and they’ll almost always mention sense of humor. Sense of humor, however, is not well defined. What does it mean to have a good sense of humor, specifically, when it comes to dating and socializing? What should any you know when it comes to joking around? … Read More

Text Game Tips

It doesn’t matter if you met someone out at a bar or on Tinder: You wish you were better at texting. And why wouldn’t you? It’s 2016 and while texting technology isn’t exactly in its infancy anymore, you have a fraction of the experience with this that you do with talking to potential dates in the flesh. You can improve … Read More