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Julien
 
"G'Day, mate!"

Greetings from... AUSTRALIA!!!

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I just finished wrapping things up here in Brisbane, and I'm now off to PERTH!

---> If you're located anywhere in nearby, DO NOT MISS OUT!!! ;)

Here are my next Free Tour / Hot Seat / Bootcamp dates... 

October 17 – 19, 2013: Perth, Australia
October 24 – 26, 2013: Melbourne, Australia (taught with Alexander)
October 31 – November 2, 2013: Sydney, Australia (taught with Alexander)
November 7 – 9, 2013: Auckland, New Zealand (taught with Alexander)
November 14 – 16, 2013: Tokyo, Japan
November 21 – 23, 2013: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

www.rsdfreetour.com / www.rsdhotseat.com / www.rsdbootcamp.com


I have a 3 person team that handles ALL of your questions about RSD events -- Stuart, Huey, and David -- all guys in their 20's who are highly active in the game and pimp it with instructors personally, call them any time to talk game or ask any questions you want!

NORTH AMERICA (Toll Free): +1 (888) 546 7286
EUROPE: +44 (0) 2079 934 034
AUSTRALIA: +61 280 155 522
ASIA: +81345789305

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TODAY'S VIDS

It's ALL Good: The Simple Shift That Will Make Or Break Your Smooth Lover Don Juan Persona

CLICK ON THIS VIDEO RIGHT NOW THAT DESCRIBES HOW TO FLOW IN YOUR INTERACTIONS:


(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jyblz8oVhqs)

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GO DEEPER -- CLASSIC ARTICLES

So, I was recently scrolling through some of my old articles, when I fell on one that expands on this exact topic...

Some of the points that I make in this article are the same as in the video here above, but there are also a lot unique twists in there too! 

Check it out RIGHT NOW! ;)

Not Letting Go Sets You WAY Back: How To Avoid Game Backfires & Exponentially Get Better, Faster

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WHAT I'M WATCHING RIGHT NOW


The Doors... One of my favorite bands of all time... 

Now, I know that this movie isn't an accurate representation of Jim Morrison and a lot of it is exaggerated for dramatic effect, but I highly recommend checking it out just for the VIBE that's behind it all!

Enjoy!


PS: Some other movies you might enjoy... ;)

Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life
Our Day Will Come

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WHAT I'M LISTENING TO RIGHT NOW


"Until next time!"

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#1
jumbomonkey

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Join Date: 08/17/2012 | Posts: 165

Great video! Appreciate the time and effort it must take to get something as high quality as this so reliable and on time as you guys do.

Just finished reading "The Wisdom of No Escape" by Pema Chodron before checking this out, it echoes on some of this and further concepts of yours Julian, the warriors path, no comfort zone being the new comfort zone and continuous challange being the new standard, balanced with the idea of accepting what comes in you and outside you without too much wanting or not wanting it to be any different than it is.

Oh and great point about the messiness being the enjoyable part, the quest for perfection is a kind of chase for the illusion of comfort and freedom from all future suffering or pain. If we had that, it'd be boring as shit, as you said!

Nice job
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#2
VoltA

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Join Date: 11/07/2012 | Posts: 42

 
Love the content this week!
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Leo-~

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Join Date: 03/19/2008 | Posts: 315

Props on the consistency of your articles. It s the hardest thing in the world and you always manage to deliver on time with relevant content. Your ability to improve as a public speaker is reflective of the ability you had to continually improve at game. Great stuff, friend!
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Queen of Hearts

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Join Date: 03/18/2012 | Posts: 139

 Amazing video. I understand why you're so fearless right now. You have 100% belief in yourself that no matter what happens you can ALWAYS change it around. That requires some serious fuckinn' skill man. I'm also obssessed with the doors, since I was 16 I haven't stop listening to them. Check out their performance at the Hollywood Bowl in 1968, there's a fucking blueray version available at amazon (It' ridiculously good)... I've personally learned EVERYTHING about (massively) attractive body language and sub-comms just by watching Jim sing and perform life. Let me know what you think.
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La Vie en Tee

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 "Pick up is messy as FUCK. The more you go out, the more bullshit that's going to be thrown in your face." 

I found it somewhat ironic that you made this statement standing in front of a Rainbow over a waterfall... wearing a Statue of Liberty shirt no less. HA!

P.S. Am going to watch that Doors movie again for some image inspiration. Gonna check  out those other 2 flicks you suggested as well. Always loved the French (and Italian) films the best.
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#6
ViggoStokholm

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Join Date: 07/26/2013 | Posts: 358

Julien see this is what you need to do more of. Tell your audience more about your interests, likes/dislikes in movies, tv, youtube poop, music, food, travel, and books (not just the ones Tyler tells you to read).
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Tyler

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The vid looks fantastic!

Props for taking the time to shoot over to Niagara and get it done with everything you had going on during that trip.

Crazy initiative.

For future vids I was thinking a lot about the "never be complete" concept from the recent Boston Free Tour, and relating that to how society tries to get people to live through their self image.

Your Facebook, brands you choose to wear, teams you choose to associate with, money in their account, etc.

On some level they believe they will be complete, and while it can never happen (the only completion is death) marketers can play off of this.

What would be cool would be to outline SPECIFICALLY what life is REALLY all about to you, as opposed to just saying not to be complete. Go deep and be specific.

A great 4 part documentary that goes into this is Adam Curtis' "Century of the Self". It's easily located online for free. It's also a major theme in "Fight Club" with the whole Ikea mockery.

You could expand on it to where it's not just criticism but prescriptive, as far as YOUR opinion as a young guy in this phase of your life, or what life is all about, how this relates to being a man, learning game, etc.

Tyler
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#8
progretarian

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Join Date: 09/25/2013 | Posts: 129

Tyler wrote:
The vid looks fantastic!

Props for taking the time to shoot over to Niagara and get it done with everything you had going on during that trip.

Crazy initiative.

For future vids I was thinking a lot about the "never be complete" concept from the recent Boston Free Tour, and relating that to how society tries to get people to live through their self image.

Your Facebook, brands you choose to wear, teams you choose to associate with, money in their account, etc.

On some level they believe they will be complete, and while it can never happen (the only completion is death) marketers can play off of this.

What would be cool would be to outline SPECIFICALLY what life is REALLY all about to you, as opposed to just saying not to be complete. Go deep and be specific.

A great 4 part documentary that goes into this is Adam Curtis' "Century of the Self". It's easily located online for free. It's also a major theme in "Fight Club" with the whole Ikea mockery.

You could expand on it to where it's not just criticism but prescriptive, as far as YOUR opinion as a young guy in this phase of your life, or what life is all about, how this relates to being a man, learning game, etc.

Tyler
I would LOVE to see more from RSD on the "never complete" topic. It's shockingly sharp and ties together so many different branches.

Another resource next to Adam Curtis that explores that topic in a similar way is: TheLastPsychiatrist.com blog

Dude really goes deep on mass media influence on people. I enjoy reading his stuff a lot. Similar to the vlogs over here.
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#9

Callum_

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Join Date: 07/23/2013 | Posts: 415

whatever happens it's all good.

This is now part of my mindset. lol
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#10

wambam

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Join Date: 10/16/2013 | Posts: 10

 sall good
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