Seduction, Freedom & Mastery: An Interview

I recently sat down over Skype with Max from spartanownership.com and he conducted an in depth interview that revolved around my worldview, philosophy, and key experiences.

Max is doing what it takes to grow into his best self as a male in his early 20s and I appreciate his genuine curiosity and search for truth.

I encourage you to check out his website here.

Since I despise watching and listening to myself on camera, I didn’t watch it, but I don’t think I embarrassed myself too much. And I wasn’t wearing my trademark hat, so you can see my terrible hair.

Enjoy.

About Goldmund

Goldmund grew up a wild-child and was constantly being disciplined. Using ancient rituals and game, he broke free from the shackles of his mind and the norms of this backwards society. He frequents bars in Brooklyn, mountains in Mexico, and retreats to the desert. His passions are nature and women.

2 comments on “Seduction, Freedom & Mastery: An Interview

  1. It was so inspiring to see you without your signature hat on. I know that sounds strange but it just shows this low key human everyday side of you that really helps you feel more relatable. I have a beard and short hair too but I never wear hats (I like feeling wind and warmth from the sun on my head) if I go out in the night I’ll wear a kengol. That seems to work well but hats make me feel suffocated. Great interview, awesome info. Inspired me to read Go Forth for the third time lol.

    • Cool man, glad you liked it.

      It does feel like a bit of an act and another persona when I go out all dressed up with my jewelry, hat, and attitude sometimes, thats true. But its a helluva lot of fun and gets great results so I’ve never minded…I’ve done some acting before and enjoy the way it makes you think completely differently while in character.

      I mentioned in the interview that every few years I go through a change–right now is one of those years and I really feel myself calming down when it comes to going out and meeting girls. A simple, confident ‘hey’ and some intense, but sexualized conversation is going a long way.

      Glad you connect so much with Go Forth, its definitely my personal favorite of all my books.

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