Archive | March, 2011

What Have You Done Today?

From a commenter on Clarifying “Uncertainty over Unhappiness” (link) Anthony I think this is a story you will like to hear.   This happened two days ago. Me and one of my good friends (or so i thought) moved to British Columbia with his money that he had inherited from a relative (90 thousand dollars) […]

Clarifying “Uncertainty over Unhappiness”

In my 2010 Stockholm speech I discussed unhappiness and uncertainty, and how I chose uncertainty over unhappiness — when it mattered most, and when I was not getting the details right (when I was screwing stuff up). I will clarify what I mean by this today — choosing uncertainty over unhappiness. Clarify because I see […]

20 Pages of Notes on Dr. McGuff’s Speech

Tim Horine from http://www.menspsychology.com/ wrote 20 pages of notes on Dr. McGuff’s speech. They are below as was sent to me (which is raw and not edited for grammar/spelling). I’m assuming they are pretty awesome regardless. Cheers. Oh, and here is the speech if you haven’t seen it yet.   T21C Day 3 July 25th 2010: […]

Man Breathes Life Into the World, Woman Breathes Life Into Man

I made a statement on my Facebook account some time ago. The statement sprung from wondering why Ayn Rand never had children, yet wrote something as profoundly inspiring as The Fountainhead – so much so that it would be accurate to say it has survival value. The statement that came to me was that “Man […]

Dear Dream: The PUA Community? – and Its Cardinal Sins

An e-mail from a reader came in today. I have removed his name for anonymity. I’ve been a subscriber to your blog for some time now. You do a great job. I was first turned on to you by your affiliation with Drew Baye, HIT in general and the primal lifestyle.. It turns out we have […]