Love Systems Inner Game Seminar
I posted the reviews below because I want the seminar to speak for itself. The inner game seminar is the most important work of my 20’s. In concert with the developments Mr. M and I made in Social Circle Mastery, this seminar will definitely be one of the proudest achievements of my life. This seminar is full of tools that every man should know and if I ever have a son, this is exactly what I will teach him when I feel he is ready and mature enough. I will teach him what it means to be a man that naturally attracts women, stand with true unwavering confidence, and what it means to truly have self esteem.
This seminar WILL NOT “fix you.” Please do not come to my seminar hoping I will “fix you.” If you come to this seminar, come with an open mind and a willingness to make long term changes in your life. What long-term changes you will reap from this seminar are 100% up to you. I’ve done my homework, went through the trials and tribulations, and broken down, not all, but some of the most crucial inner game elements as they apply to life and dating. I have synthesized them into a seminar that can be used as a road map of work YOU can do to shorten your learning curve.
This seminar, as any seminar I teach, should be seen as a tool of mentorship. A mentor can NEVER erase the learning curve, and I in no way hope to do so. However, a mentor can and should reduce that learning curve and give you a compass pointing true North. From there it’s all about creating good habits, following the path laid before you, seeking out reference experiences, and seeking out new and greater mentors. As you can see from the guys below, when you do apply it, your daily and dating life will change dramatically.
The inner game seminar is all about showing you your blind spots. Some of which you have always been aware of, but had no idea/did not give yourself permission/did not have the leverage to change. The inner game seminar will give you awareness to certain things you may not have known were possible. I love the simple, but very deep quote, “You don’t know what you don’t know.” That quote is so very true and the exact reason we all need mentorship in different areas of our lives.
If you have always looked at life or filtered your thoughts from the same perspective, then you are missing out greatly. Having someone show you different blind spots and different perspectives can be one of the most freeing experiences of your life. I know it was and continues to be for me. For years I felt stuck in a self imposed prison I had no idea how to escape. If I would have had the mentors or the books to open the lock and show me how to walk out I would have done it. However, I had tunnel vision and saw the world as only ‘black or white.’ As a result, I couldn’t get out of my own way and become the man I was meant to be.
That’s sad, because I wasted years of my life full of anger, pain, narrow minded world views, and misguided goals. Remember, a belief is only real to the person who believes it. The fact that you choose your beliefs does not make them fact. Were your beliefs born out of your own experience? Parents conditioning? Negative experience that have caused you pain? Positive reinforcement from your peer group?
Checking where the root of your beliefs are born is the first step to mastering your Inner Game. Getting rid of beliefs that don’t serve you or even hold you back and replacing those beliefs with ones that facilitate long term over short term gain is the second step. Changing your beliefs can be a tough pill to swallow, especially if they are long held. Even worse, is when we refuse to change a belief because we are so married to it we hold it as fact, deny evidence proving the contrary, and even get a secondary gain from maintaining it even when it is holding us back. That’s a tough situation that can take months or years to unwire.
I love the quote,
“We see the world, not as it is, but as we are–or, as we are conditioned to see it.” -Stephen R. Covey
Of all the quotes I have saved in a journal over the years, this one seems to hold the most truth. As your inner game improves, you instantly start to see the world in a different light, dating in a different light, and women in general in a different light. In the last few years I find it much harder to hold a grudge, accept bad behavior, feel prolonged jealousy, maintain negative thoughts, and assume most people are bad or out to get me.
The inverse is also true. When I was at my lowest point I had a hard time not screwing things up, I constantly accepted bad behavior, was painfully jealous, held decade long grudges, pushed away good friends and mentors, constantly looped negative thoughts, violently defended my belief system, and flat out looked for conflict.
Hopefully you can see how these two distinctly different world views can play out in your dating life and important relationships. You can only fake being a happy centered guy with his shit together for so long. At some point your true self will be exposed and as Mr. M says, “If there is smoke, at some point people better be able to see the fire.”
Is it time to stop faking the smoke and truly build a fire?
Question: How does the inner game seminar change your game?
“I have read a few reviews of the inner game seminar done by Braddock and it makes me want to save up and take it later in the year hopefully. But the reviews I have read don’t really say what has changed in their game long after the seminar. Could anyone who has taken tell how it changed their game in the months after? And also if they took a bootcamp?”
Answer: The below are responses by previous Inner Game seminar Attendants
Hey man. I took Braddock and Mr. M’s Inner Game seminar last February in NYC. The seminar is packed with useful information, and depending on where you are in your development, you will get different things out of it. However, it is also the type of seminar such that, if you take good notes, you will get things out of your notes months down the line that you didn’t even pick up on when you first attended. I also took Social Circle Mastery (highly recommended) and can say the same for that seminar.
To give you the biggest concrete example of how the seminars affected my life: over the summer, I started out in a program with 100 people my age, and we all came from different universities. It was a 2 month training program that was work-related. Applying what I learned in the inner game seminar really helped me to move along the “boyhood to manhood” continuum. I dislike using “PUA” language but since we are all familiar with it, this was a DHV in itself, which allowed me to use more effectively what I learned in the SCM seminar. Results: I knew everyone in my program by the end, people looked to me for fun (organizing social events, suggesting ideas for what to do after-hours), and (probably most important to you) I was hooking up with the hottest girl in the program for the last month of it. While I considered myself to be a social person and able to hold my own in most social interactions, I learned a lot from both seminars. And during the 2 month program, I knew what I was doing, consciously. In fact, I honestly believe that had I not taken either of these seminars, the 2 month program would have gone differently for me. I like this example because in the program everyone started out with a clean slate, ie, no one knew each other so everyone started out at level 0. So I think it is sort of like saying “holding all else constant, these seminars really do work.”
A word of advice though, the stuff you learn is really powerful and effective, but don’t put the cart before the horse. Understand that it is not a “magic bullet” or shortcut, and it requires that you have goals and a life outside of pickup. In fact, one of the things that I enjoyed most about the February Inner Game seminar was that they really stressed the fact that this whole process is about developing into your best self, ie, having goals, not seeking validation from others, being assertive (among other ideas). They call the point when you reach your best self “going,” and they really gave us the tools to do that in Inner Game. SCM was like another layer to add when you have your inner game at a reasonable level. If you’ve read Stephen Covey’s the 7 habits, Inner Game is sort of like the “Private Victory” and SCM is sort of like the “Public Victory.”
Hope that helps you to make your decision.”
“I was also at the seminar with Braddock and MrM in New York last Feb. At the time, I had not taken a bootcamp but have since then.
When you go, make sure you take as much notes as possible. I did and have been able to refer back to them constantly. The material in the inner game seminar is unlike anything you have come across before. It draws from elements of self help, dating science and neuroscience. But the biggest and best element is the personal experience which MrM and Braddock inject to the seminar. This makes it so much more realistic and applicable. A book would not be able to communicate this in the same way.
In terms of what I got out of it at the time, was an understanding of how people fundamentally interact, how guys/girls brains work, various alpha male traits and how to assert boundaries. These were all great to learn and use in social situations but it also came into play at work and with my family.
My life has changed a lot since then. Having had time to try everything out, I can honestly say it was the most worthwhile seminar/product in this whole genre. I still refer back to my notes from here more than any other set of notes I have. The boundary function topic alone is worth the price of the seminar. To have that explained in such a way was like a chain reaction of epiphanies!
It really is hard to explain just how good this seminar is. I’ve never heard anyone say a bad word about it and you get a full refund if you don’t like it – so nothing to loose really.
Hope this helps.”
“I took the seminar at the Superconference in Vegas this year.
Echoing what Tiger & Mark have said, it is an incredible seminar. When most people in the Community think of “inner game” they think of woo-woo new-agey exercises and “learning to appreciate” and all that jazz.
Inner Game as taught by Braddock & Mr M is *completely* different. It’s about practical, very conscious tools and structures that you can apply continuously throughout your life.
It’s b asic ally teaching you the transition between being a boy and being a man. It’s all the stuff that your dad would have taught you if you grew up in an agrarian or feudal society. Beyond that, it teaches you character traits that Braddock and Mr M have modelled from people who are at the top of their game in life – if you’ve ever what it is that separates that top 1% of the population (in terms of women, money, success) from the rest, the seminar fills in that gap.
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