Area51Lifestyle continues it’s insider investigation into the New York Times best seller The Game and it’s author Neil Strauss…
Now long before I met Neil I met Mystery.
After a dinner conversation during which Mystery mapped out how he was going to walk into saddle ranch and pick-up a pretty girl, right down to the the smallest details including how he would approach two seated girls within seconds of entering and offer them his arms to stroll around the room…
…We headed to Saddleranch and Mystery did exactly what he said he was going to do.
Plus our buddy Craig had his own particular brew of PUA, that Craig calls “the natural way” that looked, well, very natural.
(And fun. The main thing I noticed was that girls Mystery and Craig met lit up with laughter and excitement. That’s what I paid the most attention to.)
Now another character I met at this event was Matt Kadish, aka Thundercat or Joseph Matthews.
Matt’s blog, Thundercats lair was apparently quite a hub of controversy in those days, and Matt wanted advice on how to expand his business. I explained email marketing to him on a napkin at Burger King. Matt’s friend Swingcat came along too, but he didn’t seem impressed.
Months later I got a call from Matt thanking me for my help and telling me the good news, that he had started pulling in around $10,000 a month from his business because of what I’d helped him with. (For more information on online marketing advice like what I shared with Matt go to BringtheFresh.com)
In one of those very weird coincidences/arguments for the law of attraction, I was visiting a friend in Georgia, Frank Kern, when Frank actually brought Matt’s alias, Thundercat, up.
It turns out that Frank had just stumbled across “The Game” Penetrating the Society of Pick-up artists, the red hot New York Times best seller and he was obsessed because he thought it was just so interesting from a psychology perspective.
I had never heard of the book, but I knew exactly what he was talking about when he started describing Mystery.
Frank had been tutoring his cousin Trey in online marketing and Trey also loved “The Game” and had the idea of doing some kind of an online marketing launch with Neil…
(Frank, our friend John Reese and I had a quite a habit of doing online marketing launches…in fact the reason I was visiting Frank was because I was working on the launch for Product Launch Formula.)
“Well I can put you in touch with Thundercat.” I told Frank. “And I’m pretty sure he knows Neil Strauss.”
And that’s how Neil’s internet marketing career began, the beginning frames of the Annihilation Method launch…
Its all happening,
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