Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Announcement, plus a bonus article: You will never be done dealing with relationships.

A lot of guys come into the community expecting to get a level of skill and
then be done with the whole " Meeting women" thing. But this is a bad way of looking at things.

In fact it is the EXACT same way of looking at things that leads people into
the community in the first place. They think that if they can just get that one special girl, then they can get married and never have to deal with rejection at all.

This is a fallacy. But (As with most things in the community) it goes deeper
than just meeting women. Like David Deida talks about in The Way Of The
Superior Man, you will never be done with anything. Everytime you
complete a task, another jumps out to take it's place. Life is a constant
challenge. Like my Dad always said when I was a kid, " Life is hard, and then you die."

So this leads us to a great freedom. We can stop trying to be finish things,
and recognize that life is a series of accomplishments and that no ONE
thing will ever lead to happiness. You will need to constantly work on your
health, wealth and relationships. And to do that you need access to
information. Information that other people may not want you to have.

So it is in that spirit that I am announcing my joining of Captain Jack in "
The Warrior King Society" a place where the best guys in the world in their
respective areas will be sharing their knowledge to help ALL of you guys to
get the best out of life. I will be contributing articles monthly on subjects as diverse as wealth building, and personal growth.I'm super excited and I hope that you will all join us as we embark on the never ending journey called LIFE.

I highly encourage all of you to check it out

HERE

Best

S

8 comments:

  1. It's great to see you will be contributing to the society. I look forward to hearing what you have to say and am glad I'm part of such an exciting group.
    Later dude.

    -Piven-

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  2. Sounds like Bruce Lee's quote: 'Life is a journey, not a destination'

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  3. the society is way too expensive but good luck with it.

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  4. Anonymous3:23 PM

    Congrats Sinn!

    My only concern about this is is that I don't even know what you guys do in this group. All I see is a salesletter but no example of what kind of stuff the customer will get.

    My suggestion is you let us on about what exactly you are offering, WHO is offering what (and what makes you guys uniquely qualified to write what you're going to write), and what we can expect. If it's about women and pickup, then I have no doubts. But who's going to be talking about wealth and personal development?

    All I see is a fee of $100 every month

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  5. Seems like one of those "how to be a millionaire" books - where the only one getting the millions are the author.


    Note; I wrote "seems like".


    It IS a very interesting concept though (And quite expensive) - but one should look at it as an investment in life.

    You seem to have integrity with everything you do.

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  6. Anonymous7:27 AM

    You're the man, Sinn, but it looks like every other marketing gag in the community.

    Coming from you and CJ it should be slammin' whatever it is though.

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  7. I just got out of a two month relationship with an HB 10...
    the sarge never ended and it was
    an emotional roller coster all the way. It was worth it not only because she was so hot and my type
    but because I learned a lot dealing with her and situations that came up while being with her at parties, clubs, with my friends or hers etc. You don't only compete with these chicks with dudes but with lesbians as well that are after them. She had a nice personality also but I had to let her go because she is not worth a real LTR and it was too much drama and bullshit to deal with. It is not only that we will never be done dealing with relationships it is also that we forgot sometimes that everything comes with a price and getting and being in a relationship with an HB 10 is no different.

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  8. I would like to buy in, but I need some more information. Seems kinda vague.

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