Tony Robbins’ Business Mastery Review – 70 Insights

Tony Robbins’ Business Mastery Review – 70 Insights

I just arrived to Los Angeles from London where I took part the five day Tony Robbins Business Mastery seminar. Well… not exactly. I left in the middle of the fourth day for a full refund, after listening to a five hours pitch that was designed to sell me a $2500 accounting software. The list price for the seminar is […]

Edge of Space – Part I

Edge of Space – Part I

“Ready for aerobatics?” Yuri asked with a deep Russian accent. He hardly spoke any English, just enough for us to communicate safely during the flight. I pressed the communication button: “Ready”. I was sweating and slightly uncomfortable but overall feeling good. I had no pressure in my ears, despite being warned about it, and by looking at the the two […]

Logistics is everything. Logistics is nothing

Logistics is everything. Logistics is nothing

This is a perfect example of how there are so many conflicting elements in Game. Background – I’ve settled in Buenos Aires for two months, to have some rest, learn Spanish and Tango, and learn a bunch of other things that need a some quality time alone. With all honestly I really needed it and I’m really glad being here. […]

Island Peak – Part II

Island Peak – Part II

Continues from Island Peak – Part I … A minute or two later we arrived to the edge of the glacier. “OK everybody, crampons and harnesses on, ice axes out” Tim said. **** “My next training program is going to be an Everest climb preparation course, in October” said Max. “They’re called ‘Peak Freaks’ and Moustafa knows Tim, the owner. […]

Island Peak – Part I

Island Peak – Part I

I set beside Adam at the dinning tent and asked him what he thinks the chances were that Priya would join us. “What do you mean ‘join us’? To the peak?” “No”, I said, “to breakfast”. “50% / 50%” he said. I’ve put it myself on 60% – 40% against. A few minutes later she entered the tent. She was […]

Everest Climbing Course & Instagram Feed

Everest Climbing Course & Instagram Feed

Yesterday I finished my P2 paragliding course and I’m officially a paragliding pilot. In 6 hours I’m leaving LA to Kathmandu for a four week Everest climbing course. As the name suggests it is a course designed to prepare people to climb the Everest. I will have very limited connectivity and no time to post, but I’ve set up an […]

The Way of The Superior Man

The Way of The Superior Man

The Way of The Superior Man by David Deida is one of the most recommended books in the pickup community, and for a good reason. Not everyone will understand this book but if you do, it will change your life. I’ve collected here the opening paragraphs of every essay in the book which serves as a condensed summary. If this […]

How to Learn Anything for Free

How to Learn Anything for Free

I’ve been learning how to become a paragliding pilot in one of the best schools in the US, Eagle Paragliding in Santa Barbara CA, about two hours north of LA. Almost all my instructors there have a similar story about how they became paragliding pilots and then instructors: “one day I was walking on the beach over there (pointing at […]

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Tony Robbins’ Business Mastery Review – 70 Insights
on June 12, 2015 at 5:09 pm / in Home Page

Tony Robbins’ Business Mastery Review – 70 Insights

I just arrived to Los Angeles from London where I took part the five day Tony Robbins Business Mastery seminar. Well… not exactly. I left in the middle of the fourth day for a full refund, after listening to a five hours pitch that was designed to sell me a $2500 accounting software. The list price for the seminar is […]

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Edge of Space Flight –  Video
on April 2, 2015 at 7:15 pm / in Home Page, Perpetual Travel

Edge of Space Flight – Video

  The video starts at maximum altitude of 17.6 km. At that point the sky is visibly darker and you could start seeing the curvature of the earth. Our speed at this altitude was 1.8 Mach, meaning almost two times the speed of sound, or 2205 km per hour, which are 612 meters per second. As we start descending I […]

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Edge of Space – Part I
on March 17, 2015 at 1:55 pm / in Home Page, Perpetual Travel

Edge of Space – Part I

“Ready for aerobatics?” Yuri asked with a deep Russian accent. He hardly spoke any English, just enough for us to communicate safely during the flight. I pressed the communication button: “Ready”. I was sweating and slightly uncomfortable but overall feeling good. I had no pressure in my ears, despite being warned about it, and by looking at the the two […]

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Logistics is everything. Logistics is nothing
on February 12, 2015 at 1:56 pm / in Home Page, Seduction & Dating, Seduction Breakdown

Logistics is everything. Logistics is nothing

This is a perfect example of how there are so many conflicting elements in Game. Background – I’ve settled in Buenos Aires for two months, to have some rest, learn Spanish and Tango, and learn a bunch of other things that need a some quality time alone. With all honestly I really needed it and I’m really glad being here. […]

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Island Peak – Part II
on November 24, 2014 at 1:30 pm / in Home Page, Perpetual Travel

Island Peak – Part II

Continues from Island Peak – Part I … A minute or two later we arrived to the edge of the glacier. “OK everybody, crampons and harnesses on, ice axes out” Tim said. **** “My next training program is going to be an Everest climb preparation course, in October” said Max. “They’re called ‘Peak Freaks’ and Moustafa knows Tim, the owner. […]

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Island Peak – Part I
on November 11, 2014 at 3:10 am / in Home Page, Perpetual Travel

Island Peak – Part I

I set beside Adam at the dinning tent and asked him what he thinks the chances were that Priya would join us. “What do you mean ‘join us’? To the peak?” “No”, I said, “to breakfast”. “50% / 50%” he said. I’ve put it myself on 60% – 40% against. A few minutes later she entered the tent. She was […]

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Everest Climbing Course & Instagram Feed
on October 8, 2014 at 9:00 pm / in Home Page, Perpetual Travel

Everest Climbing Course & Instagram Feed

Yesterday I finished my P2 paragliding course and I’m officially a paragliding pilot. In 6 hours I’m leaving LA to Kathmandu for a four week Everest climbing course. As the name suggests it is a course designed to prepare people to climb the Everest. I will have very limited connectivity and no time to post, but I’ve set up an […]

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The Way of The Superior Man
on September 28, 2014 at 5:17 pm / in Home Page, Learning Game, Seduction & Dating

The Way of The Superior Man

The Way of The Superior Man by David Deida is one of the most recommended books in the pickup community, and for a good reason. Not everyone will understand this book but if you do, it will change your life. I’ve collected here the opening paragraphs of every essay in the book which serves as a condensed summary. If this […]

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How to Learn Anything for Free
on September 20, 2014 at 3:58 am / in Home Page, Perpetual Travel

How to Learn Anything for Free

I’ve been learning how to become a paragliding pilot in one of the best schools in the US, Eagle Paragliding in Santa Barbara CA, about two hours north of LA. Almost all my instructors there have a similar story about how they became paragliding pilots and then instructors: “one day I was walking on the beach over there (pointing at […]

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This is Burning Man
on September 3, 2014 at 3:53 am / in Home Page, Perpetual Travel

This is Burning Man

There is a saying among Burners – “explaining Burning Man to someone who wasn’t there is like explaining sex to a virgin”. That’s very true and why first time Burners are referred to as virgins. It is simply impossible to explain the Burning Man vibe and universe, but I’ll do my best: Burning Man is a week long gathering of […]

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