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Strategies for Social Skills Development: Effective Goal Setting

A primary aim of this blog is to discuss approaches for guys to improve their social effectiveness. As an Occupational Therapist with a strong interest in well-validated approaches to psycho-social-emotional growth (e.g., mindfulness meditation, cognitive behavioural therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy, structured goal setting), and who is applying the very ideas I am writing about, I am confident that I can offer value to guys interested in improving their psycho-social-emotional state and effectiveness. 1,715 more words

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You can get better socially and romantically

Imagine if people believed that there is no point in exercising, because you’re as fit as you’re ever going to be. There’s no point in working on your typing speed, because you’re as fast as you’re ever going to be. 334 more words

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How to never run out of things to say

1. Read books
2. Learn new things
3. Watch documentaries
4. Travel
5. Talk to new girls


The inherent flaw with routines ...

is that if you’re game relies heavily on them, you’ll run out of things to say the longer you see a girl.

You need to be able to generate interesting, varied and… 19 more words


Why do women reply with delay?

Have you ever met a woman during the day and she has given you her mobile number, then once you have sent her your initial text message you have not got a response for a few days? 617 more words

Old photos from Project Hollywood (4/5)

Part four of five, documenting my stay at Project Hollywood:

Click for parts one, two and three

▲▲ Project Hollywood from the outside. Courtney Love’s old bedroom is directly above the garage, and Neil Strauss’s was the one above that. 42 more words


Words of wisdom from John Wooden

The legendary, hall of fame head coach of the UCLA Bruins, John Wooden, crafted this motto: Success is peace of mind which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing you did your best to become the best that you are capable of becoming… 170 more words