So, the Toronto Star did a story on me this weekend, and for the most part, I’m pretty happy with the way it was covered. The writer, Robert Cribb, sat in on my bootcamp for a weekend and interviewed some of the guys attending.
“The belief in your head determines your actions,” he says philosophically, his fist slicing through the air to emphasize key words. “You have to be thinking that you’re worthy of her, that you have something to offer her. Otherwise, you’re giving off the needy vibe.”
The resulting nods around the table serve as an outward expression of self-reflection.
There’s some obligatory knee-jerk criticism of my teachings (and game overall), but in the end I think it’s a pretty balanced article. But don’t take my word for it: check it out yourself.