Category Archives: Persuasion

She shall succumb to specious schemes of succulent suffusion

An account of how I convinced my wife to accept my wish to have plants in the house and to be happy about it. Continue reading

Posted in Confidence, Conflict Management, Determination, Discernment, Wisdom, Handling Rejection, Holding Frame, Influence, Leadership, Male Power, Models of Success, Perseverance, Persuasion, Relationships, Stewardship, Strategy | Tagged , , | 3 Comments

Glitches in replaying the Matrix loop segue

The difficulty of conveying mythos and history to evangelize the young. Continue reading

Posted in Communications, Confidence, Conspiracy Theories, Discernment, Wisdom, Influence, Maturity, Personal Growth and Development, Models of Failure, Personal Presentation, Persuasion, Psychology, Purpose, Strategy | Tagged , | 7 Comments

The proper and fitting way for women to infiltrate Male spaces

Only certain women may enter male spaces, and they must follow protocol to be accepted. Continue reading

Posted in Attraction, Authenticity, Clothing, Confidence, Conflict Management, Desire, Passion, Discernment, Wisdom, Female Power, Freedom, Personal Liberty, Glory, Influence, Maturity, Personal Growth and Development, Models of Success, Personal Presentation, Persuasion, Purpose, Respect, SMV/MMV, Strategy, Vetting Women | Tagged , | 8 Comments

This means WAR!!!

Choose your battles wisely, and remain steadfast in the face of adversity. Continue reading

Posted in Conflict Management, Determination, Discipline, Game Theory, Holding Frame, Male Power, Models of Success, Perseverance, Personal Presentation, Persuasion, Relationships | Tagged , | 27 Comments

The Egosyntonic Art of Tone Policing

The art of Tone Policing is rife with benefits and setbacks, in terms of argumentation and effective communication. Continue reading

Posted in Authenticity, Confidence, Conflict Management, Culture Wars, Game, Game Theory, Holding Frame, Influence, International, Leadership, Maturity, Personal Growth and Development, Models of Success, Personal Presentation, Persuasion, Politics, Power, Relationships, Self-Concept, Strategy | Tagged , | 4 Comments

Creating and Maintaining Heart Trust

Trust is an indispensable part of forming and continuing a relationship. But the expression of trust undergoes a metamorphosis as the relationship matures. Continue reading

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The Trust Factor

Trust is indispensable when activizing a woman. Yet, there are two kinds of trust. Which one are you pursuing? Continue reading

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How to get more frequent, enthusiastic sex from your wife: Overcoming Pride and Psychological Resistance

A How-To guide for building masculine frame when being denied sex by your wife. Continue reading

Posted in Conflict Management, Discipline, Game Theory, Handling Rejection, Holding Frame, Male Power, Maturity, Personal Growth and Development, Models of Success, Perseverance, Personal Presentation, Persuasion, Relationships, Strategy | Tagged , | 5 Comments

How to Dismantle the Idol of Fandom: Breaking the Fifth Wall

This post examines elements of fandom as a form of idolatry, and considers how ethical systems may be bypassed, and false beliefs exposed, by ‘breaking the fifth wall’. Continue reading

Posted in Authenticity, Conflict Management, Culture Wars, Discerning Lies and Deception, Holding Frame, Influence, Leadership, Persuasion, Strategy, The Power of God | Tagged , | 9 Comments

The Objectivity of Offense Constitutes Respect

This post examines the contributions of Prof. Jordan Peterson, and finds that he has pioneered a robust response to a new style of dishonest debate that has developed in recent years. Continue reading

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