What if I told you that starting a conversation with a woman you don’t know can be as natural as tying your shoes: whenever you see a woman you want to talk to, you don’t think about what to do or say, you don’t fight with yourself over it… you just do it! Well I’m here to tell you it’s possible and I’ve helped thousands of guys do it through my patented program called the Six Step Method.

  • meet women
  • gain confidence
  • charge your dating life
  • lose your inhibitions
  • know what to say
The method is unlike anything else out there, you have to try it.

-Brent B., Portland, OR


May 20

Typically at some point, maybe a second, third or fourth date, I’ll invite her to come over to my place. She knows what will likely happen there: Sex. And if she’s coming over, that typically means she’s thinking about sleeping with you. The big question is: what do you do when she comes over? What

Dec 24

I don’t have sex very much. That’s the honest truth. As a guy who teaches men how to meet women, it may not be what you expect to hear from me. Or what you want to hear. You might think that as a certification of my skill with women, I’d be posting about all my

Nov 4

Jordan Peterson discusses how female choice led to the evolution of greatness in humankind: Peterson says: Chimpanzee females are non-discriminant maters. They will mate with any male. When they go into heat, which human females don’t, then any male is allowed access. The dominant males chase the subordinate males away. So the dominant males are

Oct 5

You’re sitting in the park. You see a hot girl walk past. She’s amazing. You savor the view. Then the thought hits you: Wait. I could actually talk with her. Do you approach her or don’t you approach her? This question in itself is a problem. It sets up a binary: Either / Or. Either

Sep 2

“Are you mad?” she asks me. “Dogs get mad. People get angry,” I tell her. “And no, I’m not angry.” It’s true. I rarely ever get angry at women, particularly in the first few months of a relationship. If she does something I don’t like, I don’t get angry. In fact, I sometimes like it.

This book is practical and concise. Everything involves a tangible step I could take to break out of my comfort zone instead of pontificating about how important it is to be confident and have good body language. The most important difference between your approach and others: like any artistic pursuit, you must treat yourself with kindness.

-Jorge Miller, New York, NY