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  • Tron February 28, 2013, 8:24 am

    Thank you for keeping on.I feel like a poor kid wishing to go to Disney World. One day I will partake in your classes.For now, I just can’t.(No $$$)Please don’t stop. Do keep me up to date.
    Thank you again.

  • Tron February 28, 2013, 8:32 am

    Thank you for keeping me up to date. I feel like a poor kid wishing to go to Disney World. At this time I can'(no$$$).I’m 55 and believe in your method.I want to learn and soon. I hope.

  • Miki Berkovich February 28, 2013, 9:24 am

    Hey Ross, thanks for posting this. I am so grateful for you answering this. It has been a year past since asking this question, and I have took your advice and completely changed my “habits” of sarging. Today I’m enjoying it alot more, doing it at ease, and after getting rid of this “barrier” that was on my shoulders back then, I have sharper intuition & calibration skills than ever before. I know alot of guys are stuck in the “Going out to sarge” mindset, especially in my country, I know this lesson is going to be very useful for them, as it was for me!

  • Xavier February 28, 2013, 12:05 pm

    This is the kind of video that I enjoy watching. It gives motivation.

    Thank you for what you do. In this world, we truly need guys like you, Ross.

  • Jean February 28, 2013, 2:57 pm

    Hi Ross, interesting video … good help for re-framing the mind and un-construct stupid internal work piece by piece

    here something I did not get
    At 8.35, I don t really get the message. why it s not If I really wanted to fuck today and enhance my motivation, how would I do it instead of destroy … look very unmotivated …

    thank in advance

    can you explain more.


  • Paul February 28, 2013, 6:11 pm

    It seems to me, Paul, that only you go imperatively into the minutia of speach which, at first blush to the uninitiated, must appear overly-detailed and tedious. But how else can it be done? You teach how to really listen and it seems that, at times, I really am paying attention for the first time-even to myself. It’s really challenging at times, but the knowledge gleaned is worth the effort, even if I don’t like what I see. Indeed, words are things. It’s like Seduction CSI.

  • sleight February 28, 2013, 7:33 pm

    Awesome video as usual. In fact GENIOUS would be a better term to describe how well you explain this stuff. Read a lot of nlp and such and everything you say is so true.

    Hope people unfamiliar of this stuff really pay attention, golden stuff.
    Have a great weekend Paul/Ross

  • Ruben March 1, 2013, 9:22 pm

    It appears to be a case of parts integration. The bigger “part” of him wants to, but a smaller “part” of holds him back. Am I correct??

  • zarathud March 2, 2013, 6:56 am

    3:33 (feeling like it’s a chore, not something I want to do): Yes! that’s it exactly, and I blame them! Well emotionally I just had that reflex. I don’t reinforce it linguistically anymore.

    Part 2: What I’ve repeatedly found at this stage of my development – just initiating conversation and observing their response – is that any rehearsal at all is demotivating. Actually doing it is nothing as long as I don’t think about it at all until the opportunity is right there in front of me. Then she’s just another person and I’ve been interacting with other people most of my life. Only in my imagination is she some goddess of judgement to be feared, hated or even adored for that matter.

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