Its been busy as hell since I returned to New York. I’m working on a project to improve my community and its taking a lot of energy right now (if you knew what my work entailed, you would probably be surprised).
But I’m taking time out to write this post because of an issue that came to light recently…I’ll get to that soon.
My time spent in Los Angeles for the last two weeks was an absolute blast. Most of that good time is owed to going out with Christian McQueen.
We went to places that I would never go to on my own.
High end clubs aren’t my usual scene but McQueen got us in without waiting on any lines–the actual fucking velvet ropes were lifted and we went in before the endless crowds of people, tables were hung out at (I like to roam and McQueen was yelling at me to stay put at the goddamn table, ha!), and bottles were coming out of nowhere to be sipped from. It was pretty much what I expected from reading his material, interacting on the forum, and hanging out with him for a night in NYC.
He even hooked me up with a place to stay right in the center of Hollywood (and thank you D for being so hospitable and making me feel at home, it was great).
The guy I stayed with was coached by Christian for a bit and said it was the best thing that happened to his game so far. I met other guys who McQueen coached and they all said the same thing.
And I can see why.
We had a conversation about what started the fire that burns so hot within us and drives us to do what we do. It turns out we come from similar backgrounds, have gone through similar hardships, and have had to fight for survival more than a few times.
You can’t buy that kind of experience and ambition.
I’ve struggled since I was young and have always fought my way out of tough times, created opportunities and tried to become the best at whatever I do.
Recently, with the help of ayahuasca, I allowed myself to be proud of my accomplishments. They are something I shouldn’t be ashamed of as I was before and I hope they inspire other guys to become the best versions of themselves.
A few key milestones in my life that prove the fire has been lit for a long time:
I scrambled my way out of growing up in poverty to graduating from an Ivy League, rejected the chance to be trained as a spiritual leader in a very persuasive religion, lived out of a car for years selling my art, and made a name for myself in my current field of work.
Before I was introduced to game, I managed to bang 10+ girls per year.
The year after I was exposed to the manosphere, I fucked 75 girls. And that was in America, mostly with attractive European women (yes, there were some 4s and 5s I regret, but that comes with the territory).
After gaining the confidence that comes with being able to navigate women and social situations like a pirate, I found it very difficult to form connections with other guys. There was no one there who could relate on my level.
I turned to an online forum and met some good guys off of that. Then got banned. Want to know why? Read Go Forth. heh
Then I got into contact with McQueen, interviewed and hung out with him in New York and then flew out to L.A. to stomp around his part of the world.
And I can safely say that he is one of the only guys I have met in the past five years that can I can truly relate to on a player level (soup is another).
I am fiercely independent and will always stay away from group-think and mob mentality (yes, even you mano-sphere/redpill religious followers). This keeps me very selective in those I allow close to me and choose to share ideas with.
It was refreshing talking to McQueen, brainstorming ideas, and working on an exciting project that will be sharpened in to something incredible.
*Stay tuned for that shit*
After my trip out, I can safely consider him a friend and when I heard that certain words were being said about him in an attempt to defame and discredit, I felt the need to step up and say this.
This is not me kissing anyones ass, I would never do that, I’m stating what happened when associating with McQueen and am showing that I am willing to vouch for a friend and a legit playboy.
I find it a waste of energy to get into disputes online. Step to my face and look in my eyes and then we can talk, but anyone who is trying to drag McQueen down has some other issues that are deep inside they should be more concerned about. *My advice is to try ayahuasca and face the demons inside…then you’ll see how much of a man you really are.
And thats it. Fuck the haters, fuck the bullshit that makes up most of this fucked up world, and fuck what you heard.
Become the best version of yourself by associating with those who will build you up, inspire you to become great, and support your vision.
Anything else is beneath you.
Its lonely at the top.