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Here’s just a quick post to extend warm wishes to Scott on what I believe is his 50th!
Over the past decade (or more) Scott has reached out to many men in the sphere, and has helped them in large and small ways. His work has not gone unnoticed.
As a representative sampling of his contributions, below I’ve listed all the Maxims and Axioms I’ve gathered from Scott here at Σ Frame.
Σ Frame Maxim 17 (Scott):
“Men’s primary “Love Language” is SEX!!!”
Σ Frame Axiom 8 (from Scott):
“Don’t complicate that which is inherently simple.
Don’t simplify that which is inherently complicated.
Know the difference.”
Σ Frame Axiom 9, AKA Scott’s Axiom:
“It is more or less impossible to generate true, heart pounding visceral attraction from a woman who was lukewarm about you in the first place.
And that which follows heuristically:
If you marry a woman who was not out of her mind (e.g. breaking the rules for you that she sets for other men) be prepared to deal with the consequences of that at any point later in the marriage.”
Σ Frame Axiom 10 (also from Scott):
“Women are capable of great love and devotion, but they are wholly unable to return the depth of love and devotion that is expected of them by men. This love can only be gained from God.”
Σ Frame Axiom 14, AKA The Law of Trajectories (postulated by Scott):
“What we learn through feedback loops early in life sets a trajectory that we follow throughout the remainder of our lives. It is exceedingly difficult to deviate from this trajectory, but minor deviations are possible for a small number of innovative individuals.”
I am very grateful for Scott’s willingness to contribute his writings and videos for our benefit. I have gained many insights from his personal stories and professional assessments, and I have learned a great deal from him.
Send Scott a word of appreciation in the comments. If he has influenced your life somehow for the better, please share your story below.
Read all of Scott’s posts on Σ Frame here.