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


Oct 4

Aside from tackling approach anxiety, I coach a lot of guys on how to keep women once they’ve started dating. We’ve all been there. You finally garner the interest of a woman you actually like. She was hard to come by but she can be even harder to hold. If you haven’t read it yet,

Jun 29

Is it possible to meet women in person during quarantine? First off, I am putting aside all politics and health concerns in writing this post. It’s up to you to decide what risks and precautions to take: if you want to wear a mask, if you want to talk to people, if you don’t want

Dec 13

This was posted by someone on Reddit. Every guy out there trying to meet women should take this to heart. Your mind seeks comfort. It will trick you into complacency whenever possible. You can rationalize excuses for not chasing what you want, but ultimately your reality is incongruous with your desires. This dissonance will build

Sep 27

I just started working in a new area of town. After the stress of the new job has subsided, it’s time to start meeting women in my new area. What’s my first move? Go out and start having conversations? Nope. My first move is: reconnaissance. I check out the lay of the land. Where are

Apr 14

“I gotta go,” she says. Rolling her eyes at me. At first when I spoke with her, she was friendly and welcoming. She was smiling and seemed happy. But then I said something that creeped her out. The interaction changed and she walked off. No big deal. You take risks. Some women will be into

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