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April 17th, 2014
Tyler

Tyler

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Join Date: 08/20/2006 | Posts: 7822

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I'm the co-founder / executive producer of Real Social Dynamics, and the author of "The Blueprint Decoded" -- I was born in Ottawa Canada (1979) and majored in philosophy at Queens University. Now live and work in Los Angeles California -- My life consists of managing Real Social Dynamics, running Bootcamp and Hot Seat, going to the gym, reading everything under the sun, and a twice a week surfing habit.

Interests: 
Travel, politics, being outside, hiking, surfing, reading, listening to music, running bootcamps, public speaking, comedy, and working out.
Activities: 
Same as above, but we needed this column to import from RSDN 1.0. Woot!
Favorite Music: 
All hip hop, electronic music, and a lot of rock 'n roll, classical, and pretty much anything cool.
Favorite TV Shows: 
Entourage, Californication, Nip/Tuck, Lost, and uhhhh, that's about it.
Favorite Movies: 
I like the political stuff like Syriana and Constant Gardner, Oscar type films like A Beautiful Mind, and overblown action movies like Armagedon and Heat.
Favorite Books: 
Power Of Now & A New Earth, Atlas Shrugged, The Fountainhead, and about a hundred others.

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April 16th, 2014 at 6:38 AM
Tyler left the comment Haha awesome vid, psyched on the blog entry Dealing With Loud Clubs

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#1
Master Jalorda

Master Jalorda

Junior Member

Join Date: 04/08/2014 | Posts: 15

Yo, how's it going man?
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Landshark-300

Landshark-300

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Join Date: 04/14/2014 | Posts: 27

HELP MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE


HELP MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE


 
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#3

RSD aj

Junior Member

Join Date: 04/13/2014 | Posts: 1

Tyler,

what you are doing is amazing and I see that others do not see the little gratitudes in life. I found that you have opened people's hiden identities and freed them from social pressure. Keep up what you are doing mate, we need guys like you to heal noobies in a way.

Good job man

AJ
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#4
smack_attack

smack_attack

Senior Member

Join Date: 07/31/2012 | Posts: 184

yo dude i'm assuming your gonna publish your more complex ideas real soon and you said in this vid that you think you need to be more articulate 


I think that's the opposite of what you should focus on. It's really difficult, but i'm thinking the mastery of teaching would be understanding the idea to such an extent, that you could explain it simply even to a child because you yourself can understand it so simply. lol that's kinda poetic. 

Take a look at this guy Richard Feynman. Awesome passionate physicist. He makes you have fun thinking! He explains some of the most complex ideas I've ever heard of and makes me feel smart for just being able to understand him even though he has simplified it down so greatly.

Think so deeply about something and know it in and out and then you don't have to worry about someone misinterperting it because you yourself have simplified it down so much. I mean i guess people will regardless, but if you can understand something as simple, you don't question it and there is no hesitation when discussing it. 
Anyway I hope I helped
also...i'm high ha!
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#5

Egomaniac

Junior Member

Join Date: 03/25/2014 | Posts: 2

Dear tyler, I just made an account in this website, I wanted to let you know what your doing is great and changed my life for the better, I discovered juilien's videos on YouTube about 8 months ago, and yours a bit after that, I deeply connected with "truth about success 3".. I am 21, I live and grew up in minnesota, and I'm originally east African I plan on coming to one of your live events real soon, I have got a few lays thanks to RSD, and I want to take my game to the next level. Thanks 
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#6

RSD-Bambino

Junior Member

Join Date: 03/24/2014 | Posts: 2

Which night vision camcorder camera do you use when doing your field studies, my dude? I'd like to purcahse a good one to start out with. Holla back!
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#7

Gaijin Nanpashi

Junior Member

Join Date: 03/14/2014 | Posts: 15

Hey Tyler,

I just posted a FR with a Japanese model.  One thing I find with Asian girls is there is a lot of LMR.  What can I do about that?  Can you look at my FR?

Thank you
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#8
Dannyboi1228

Dannyboi1228

Junior Member

Join Date: 03/16/2014 | Posts: 5

Balding ginger , I love you so much and find you to be incredibly intelligent .

I also align my beliefs about drugs and alcohol and find it quite funny how much of a downward look and judgemental behavior you exhibit about drugs and alcohol.

I feel the same way.
Much love Owen
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#9

poonmeyster

Junior Member

Join Date: 02/19/2014 | Posts: 9

Hey Tyler,

I know you've answered this sort of question many times before but I thought I'd get some more feedback. For the last few nights I've been going out sober in order to get the natural feel for game. And though I am able to more effectively process and reflect on my approaches, I find it very tough to get in state while I'm in the club.

Last night I was talking to two girls and one of them was drinking more than the other. I was able to relate and hold longer conversations with the more sober girl. At the end of the night I got her number but couldn't understand why I couldn't do the same with the one that was drinking more. I guess my question is how could I have put myself in a state where I could have done just as well with the other girl who was a little more carefree?

I'm a big fan of your work man. Keep doing what you're doing. Thanks for all the advice you put out there.

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#10
Dan19

Dan19

Junior Member

Join Date: 02/11/2014 | Posts: 1

I just finished the blueprint, WOOOW man such a deep deep deep change of life!, how I see it and how I live it. Man I just want to say thank you for sharing this AMAZING knowledge. From my truly depth THANK YOU Owen! lml
 
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#11
khkrecords

khkrecords

Junior Member

Join Date: 04/25/2013 | Posts: 26

Hey bro!  

I was watching this video and it reminded me of you FreeTour video "Brain+Lane".

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XB4H03EkIAw

Good stuff! Enjoy
Khizer
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#12
BitchLips

BitchLips

Member

Join Date: 04/02/2013 | Posts: 29

Yo Owen!

You and everyone RSDPua ought to check out the HBO series called "Hello Ladies"

I think you will enjoy it.

-Spenny
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#13

PUAMasterOrDEATH

Junior Member

Join Date: 12/21/2013 | Posts: 2

Great talk yesterday!!  You really inspired me and my friend to keep on going past our comfort zones.  I really appreciate everything you do for the community.  Thankyou for everything that you do! Hopefully I can make the hotseat tomorrow. 
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#14

lionest

Junior Member

Join Date: 02/27/2012 | Posts: 4

I saw your speech last night, and I was impressed with most of of the things you said, namely, having good, positive energy, which will be attractive to women. Vibing was good.

I work in politics, and saw what you were doing on a larger scale as well, and have some critiques for you. Can message me here. 
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#15
BitchLips

BitchLips

Member

Join Date: 04/02/2013 | Posts: 29

What's up Owen,

I know you're more engaged in the forums of RSD... Just wanted to show you the first blog post I wrote for RSD:

http://www.rsdnation.com/bitchlips/blog

Some advice that could even benefit you!

Take care, and enjoy the remainder of your year,

Spenny
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