The Manly Mentor Program

During this past year, I spent some time collaborating with Christian McQueen on different projects. When I was down in Los Angeles, we discussed the A Man in Demand Seminar, which turned out to be a great success, and the last time he was in New York, we talked about teaming up and combining our […]

Films Men Should See (Woody Allen)

Woody Allen is a controversial figure for good reason. People love him, hate him, accuse him of crimes and call him brilliant–and I’m sure he loves it that way. He has written and directed almost 50 films and even though some of them aren’t very noteworthy, the ones that work, work perfectly and showcase his genius. […]

A Great Resource for the Blocked Artist

Creative blocks are real and they can be the most frustrating obstacles in the world if your work or artistic outlet depends on having a fluid mind. The resistance that one will always encounter when attempting a creative project is something that most people do not try and overcome. Nearly everyone I know has a […]

Films Men Should See (Kubrick)

For the next week or so, I’m going to be focusing on the importance of style in a man’s life. A good way to develop an eye for beauty and gain a deeper understanding of style is to observe films that were created by men who had brilliant vision and masterful understanding of composition. Bad entertainment: […]

Book Release! Go Forth:A Journey South

Its finally here. Blood, sweat, cum, and tears all went into writing this guy and I’m proud. A chronicle of the biggest transformation of my life. A period in time that allowed me to reach new heights, discover my true abilities, and become fearless with women. The book contains a lot of sex, yes, but even […]

Films Men Should See (Kurosawa)

If I could only watch one filmmaker’s work for the rest of my life, it would be Akira Kurosawa. Hands down. The brilliance of his storytelling and direction will never be duplicated, he was an absolute Master, and watching his films is tapping into a source of knowledge. I fear that the ability to focus […]