My last article about realistic daygame odds triggered an insecure asian dating coach to write a 4000+ word rant about me.
He mentioned my name 32 times, complete with screencaps from my very successful daygame guide, I Hope it’s Sunny Out, (which has made me tens of thousands of dollars in coaching income and allowed me to travel the world.)
His tireless work has really helped my brand and search rankings.
So before I start todays article, I just want to thank this sociopathic, validation seeking, scarcity mindset little man for the free advertising. I’m hoping that if I mention little man again, he will continue to share his feelings for me, and advertise my products on his blog and Youtube. I think he’s in love with me.
So today let’s talk about scarcity mindset.
I am friends with many other coaches in the incredibly small international dating coach scene. I’ve interviewed great and interesting men like Arash Dibazar, Jt Tran, Mark Manson, and Dj Fuji. I’ve spoken on the phone or hung out with so many others, from Tenmagnet and Cajun, Chase Amante, and on and on.
I noticed that with these successful coaches, they have one thing in common business wise: Abundance mentality.
They don’t see other coaches as their adversaries, or enemies. They see them as peers and potential business partners. The ones who deserve it anyway.
My relationships with these guys has lead to some interesting business partnerships. I’ve coached some of their clients, and they’ve some of mine. We’ve helped to expand our brands by sharing each other’s content. The alliances also add credibility and social proof.
When you have abundance mentality, mixed with integrity and work ethic, your business and sex life will thrive. When you feel the walls clawing in around you and resort to blowing your victim mentality airhorn, the universe will grant your wish. It will give you misery, poverty, and blue balls. Negativity stinks.
You feel scarcity, you manifest scarcity. I believe this. I’ve experienced it.
I’ve lived both sides.
The light side of game:
You don’t use women as sex objects. You don’t post videos bragging about how you fucked them in a bathroom. You don’t humiliate them and use them like jerk off bags. If you do you don’t brag about it on Youtube. You keep it private. I wrote an entire novel about sleeping with women, and have posted a few infield videos. That’s enough for me.
I do not want to leave a legacy of a sex obsessed creep who combs the city seducing women and then bragging about it for validation on the Internet. If business slows down I may make more. But most likely I’ll do comedy vids ala Simple Pickup or Honest Signalz, with full consent from the women. Until then I’ll continue to do what I love…write.
The light side of business:
You don’t trash talk and slander the competition. You don’t lie about your accomplishments. You don’t undermine the reputations of others (unless in defence or to expose hypocrisy.)
I believe in Karma. Treat the women well and they will treat you well. Treat clients and peers well and your reputation will grow positively.
I’ve slept with a lot of women, and had a few girlfriends. To this day I am on friendly terms with almost all of them. If I wanted to I could probably get back together with most.
In the pickup scene I am friendly with almost everyone. I can do partnerships with them. I can do mutually beneficial business with them. Their success or failure concerns me not at all. I’m too busy travelling, dating sexy women, making money and writing great literature. Why would I waste my time bringing attention to other companies? I’ve done this before, and it doesn’t add up to anything. It just makes you look small, petty, insecure and weak. And it brings them attention.
Scarcity mentality is a form of mental illness. It betrays insecurity and will scare off women, it will ward off clients, and will eventually leave you a hollow, sick, lonely and empty soul.
***Having a great time in Toronto and Montreal. So many clients working hard to change their lives and getting great results. Back in Vancouver soon and possibly a remote mentorship overseas. Stay posted.***