By: Darrel Harlow
For those of you who are new to the game, or have been “in the game” but living under a rock for the past few years, Josh Pellicer put out a product to help men get better with women and dating, it’s called The Tao of Badass. If you follow that link you’ll find a well written and detailed review of Josh, his personal background, and what he teaches in his Tao of Badass system.
Josh has been around for a few years now. Not quite as long as Neil Strauss who brought The Game into the mainstream media, but he’s been here a while, and he’s earned some credibility along the way. He’s managed to help an extremely large number of guys improve their skills when it comes to women and dating.
I am going to share with you 5 important lessons I got from reading his book: Read more ›
She came up to me one day and said, “Does this seem weird to you, my boyfriend will do things that hurts my feelings, but he never apologizes. I don’t even know if he’s capable of it, I’ve never heard him utter those words even once.”
As I continue to listen to her discuss the issues she’s currently having with her boyfriend, I – being a fairly straight forward and blunt person, asked her, “Do you honestly believe that he’s the one?”
They had been together for a year and a half and things hand been hit and miss, at least from my perspective. This wasn’t the first time she had talked to me to air her grievances, and I’m certain it wouldn’t be the last.
There was a long series of pauses, “Uhh. Umm. Well…” She didn’t know. But that hesitation spoke louder than words. Read more ›
You’ve started to do it. You’re committing the time and effort and getting to the gym a few days a week.
You’ve seen “okay” progress, but it’s nothing spectacular. What gives?
We’ll. Sometimes it’s a variety of things contributing to your lack of gains, or losses (depending on what you’re trying to accomplish).
A few typical reasons for not seeing the results you’re looking for in the gym are:
- Lack of knowledge (you just don’t know how to train properly)
- Lack of sleep (you’re sleep deprived and lack motivation)
- Changing program (you’re constantly bouncing from one program to another without giving it time to work)
- Sub-par diet (you’re not making the same amount of effort in the kitchen as you are in the gym)
These are just a couple typical reasons for lack of results, but I purposely omitted one reason. And it’s often the main reason why people aren’t seeing the type of results they see in magazines or on commercials.
So what is it? Read more ›
Study after study keeps coming out showing that people generally regain all of their weight, or more, after a diet within 1-5 years.
I don’t know about you, but this sounds pretty dismal to me.
If you’re looking for a quick fix, almost any conventional “diet” will do. They often restrict carbs severely, leaving you to consume less overall calories. And because you’re taking in less carbohydrates, you retain less water in your cells, which gives you the appearance of being thinner.
The problem, and why diets seem to not work for people, mainly comes down to habits and willpower. Your diet will keep letting you down because eventually, your willpower will subside. You will give into to temptations like a piece of cake at work or a beer after the game.
These conventional, highly restrictive diets are a sheer test of willpower day in and day. Often they don’t accommodate for special events in life, which as you’re aware, seem to come up a lot. Read more ›