The first one from last month was absolutely insane: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=guVkYExA0Xc Last night I hosted the second debate. This time between Michael Sartain and Hamza Hitch, with 2 clients each on sidelines. Althought this will need to be edited first and will likely come out later next week. Do you guys have any particular points about these kinds of debates? What points would you make? What's missing? How far did you get with each method? Let's consider ideas for the next.
This Monday’s free MOA group coaching may start up to an hour later due to my interview with Hoe Math prior. Between 4-5pm PST. You are all heavily encouraged to bring your friends to join us on the call. https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89122477651
SOSCAST https://www.youtube.com/live/0h3RZU71_OA?si=sIIi-GwZsGLbzHmf The Danza Project https://www.youtube.com/live/q6Gw_FddrJQ?si=2JOFndGgVYkH-b1Q Fresh and Fit 0F Lawyer/ red pill vs feminism part 3 (final) https://rumble.com/v3v06op-after-hours-w-stirling-cooper-michael-sartain-and-rollo-tomassi.html Fresh and fit avengers assemble part 2 https://rumble.com/v3uyk8j-stirling-cooper-rollo-tomassi-and-michael-sartain.html Fresh and fit feat Michael Sartain and Rollo part 1 https://rumble.com/v3ul074-fresh-and-fit-after-hours-w-michael-sartain-and-rollo-tomassi.html Just in case if anyone missed it 😎👍
1-The way of the superior man 2- dictomoy of leadership 3- discipline is destiny 4- the obstacle is the way 5- ego is the enemy 6- stillness is the key 7the art of seduction 8 the 48 laws of power 9 mastery 10 can't hurt me 11 courage is a calling 12 33 strategies of war 13 how to win friends and influence people 14 12 rules of life black cover 15- Atomic habits 16- Laws of human nature Thoughts on my reading list
https://www.youtube.com/live/jbaB1F6GCms?si=wm6nvpZL8LUFBerg 11:40 - Should u leave old stuff on ig 17:50 - Michael shows example of inviting girls on ig and getting through firewall he explains 20:50 - Michael talks about sending offers 22:08 - Michael shows example of invite, MORE EVIDENCE, FEWER WORDS 36:50 - Question on starting podcast 1:03:00 - Michael talks about giving value for girls 1:09:50 - question on doing q&a’s at events 1:39:00 - question on increasing testosterone naturally
If you’re struggling with gratification when you achieve a new goal whether it’s businesses, fitness, going out with friends enjoying the finer things in life or even the basics things… Porn is definitely a kill joy for life greatest pleasures.
I was listening to the latest episode of Chris Williamson’s podcast Modern Wisdom he had Sadia Khan on to discuss modern dating. Sadia, from what I can tell, is not a huge fan of big age gap relationships. At one point she says “A man with high self esteem at 40 years old would recognize he has nothing in common with a 22 year old woman that makes Tik Toks all day.” What do you guys think of that statement? Also, if you have listened to Sadia before what do you think of her? @Michael Sartain I’m really curious about your thoughts on this given you and Kylee have such an age gap yet seem to communicate and get along just fine. You and Rollo have talked about such age gaps before on Access Vegas as well - are these kinds of relationships the norm when you get to that “high-status” level in your experience or do you generally see people in your cohort still date within 3-7 years of their age?
12:30 - should u follow people that are private on ig? 13:30 - who pays for tickets for events 23:00 - Michael talks about jobs 24:50 - Michael introducing Kayla Lol 26:50 - Michael talks about following your passion 29:00 - Michael says men do not pour women’s drinks 33:40 - getting into modeling 38:10 - how to scale business in MUSIC INDUSTRY 43:35 - Michael talks about how to keep girls engaged/entertained in group conversations 1:07:00 - topic about using social media for business 1:23:30 - talks about first dates, cameras in house 1:29:15 - question about sleeping with female champions 1:34:05 - talks about friendzoning 1:49:00 - conversation about dating
I do not want this post or future possible posts to seem like what I share is just remembered and used to boost our egos about how smart we are. Nor do I want any other book to do the same. Michael puts emphasis on taking action, but also encourages us to read non fiction books and become smarter. I thought of posting this because the above book is not present in the mandatory book reading list, but I found it to be valuable in certain unique ways. If you guys want me to post similar takeaways for other books, please let me know in the comments. This is an extension of Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad Poor Dad. He mentioned this as the third book to read after his main best selling book above in a recent podcast, the second one being Rich Dad’s Cashflow Quadrant. I skipped the second book, thinking I might not learn much. Maybe I made a mistake doing so, but I’ll read the book sometime later. I wanted to read this book because of what Robert said in that interview. He gave a large importance to mindset, basically ‘roasting’ the interviewer on the question, ‘What is the best road to financial success?’ …. It made me think twice about why Robert put such weightage on mindset. So I read that book out of curiosity. And indeed, I was able to learn things that were new to me. I want you guys to remember this is me reading this book after having read a book like ‘$100m offer’ and having watched multiple videos of Alex Hormozi. The book wasn’t like any other self help book and certainly had more concepts than his first book. So the takeaways in my opinion are 1) What is risky is not the investment, but the investor, meaning, the person doing the deal or managing the fund or running the business. 2) The most important tool for financial success is words. What words do you use in your vocabulary? This could be financial as well as psychological. 3) We live in the Information Age. All it takes (theoretically) to create wealth is an idea. Unlike capital, resources and human labour that was required in the Industrial Age.
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