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Hey, it’s Renaissan. I just wanted to take a sec and introduce myself.

I’m a junior coach for Venusian Arts. I absolutely love women. Their beauty is like sunshine. It inspires.

Even though I love women, I didn’t always know how to relate to them in the best way. Their beauty would put such a spell on me, I wouldn’t know what to say or do when I came across one. I resigned to just admiring women in magazine pictures or Playboy videos. Not exactly super-proud of that admission.

When I did come across a beautiful woman in real life who showed interest in me, I did all the typical things us guys do, which we’ve probably learned from movies and TV, like spend money on them or tell them how beautiful they are. Or I might say nothing and just stare and admire them from afar, too petrified to say anything at all.

And in my long-term relationships with women, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve gotten my heart broken. Over and over and over again.

It was like a cruel joke. The thing I loved so much was completely out of reach.

The book “The Game” by Neil Strauss opened my eyes though. That book showed me a guy, any guy, could actually learn how to become better with women.

The story goes like this. In the early days of the internet, there was this underground community of pickup artists who would share secret pearls of wisdom about how to be more successful with women anonymously on the internet.

Neil’s book exposed this community. As a writer for the likes of Rolling Stone and even the New York Times, he was asked by an editor to do a piece on this community. But because he had always been unsuccessful with women himself, I think he soon became more interested in learning the pearls of wisdom for himself. Gradually learning the wisdom and more importantly practicing it consistently transformed him from this short, skinny, balding guy who couldn’t get a date to a man who was often voted the #1 Pickup Artist in the world.

Unbelievable. Damn inspiring story.

When I discovered this, I devoured the collected wisdom of this community like I hadn’t eaten for weeks. But what changed my game the most wasn’t the ridiculous amount of reading there is on the internet about this stuff. It was joining the coaching program at Venusian Arts.

The Venusian Arts was started by Neil Strauss’s mentor, the man who took Neil under his wing and transformed him into a legendary pickup artist. His stage name was “Mystery,” and he is one of the greatest legends in the community, a pioneer who discovered some of its most important insights. He’s also often dubbed the world’s greatest pickup artist, too. In fact, he even had his own TV show on VH1 called “The Pickup Artist.” Haha

To be certified as a coach for Mystery’s company, a coach-in-training would eventually have to demonstrate his pickup skills in the hottest clubs in Las Vegas with the most beautiful women in front of Mystery.

Intimidating? Check. I was so intimidated, in fact, that I spent the next 8 or so months going out at least 4 times a week practicing pickup. And God it was painful. But it changed my life. Being in the heat of the “fire” of cold approach, and persistently, changed me. It would change anyone.

Towards the end of that eight months I was having crazy adventures, like foursomes, threesomes, same night lays, dating five women at once. Things I never even dreamed that were possible. Dealing with women gradually became less mystifying. I had simply been in my own way.

The best part was, women became not the #1 priority in my life anymore. My deepest passions, such as writing, became my #1 priority again. Women came second.

Now, I want to share everything I’ve learned and that I continue to learn in this blog. I’ll always be a student just as women will forever be a delicious mystery. I’m also writing a small book about everything I’ve learned, too.

I want to share this incredible wisdom with as many guys as I can for two reasons.

First, there’s a lot of stuff out there about being successful with women, but a lot of it is now very expensive and not completely clear. For the guy who’s just starting out and is not a millionaire, I want to give something that isn’t high-priced and that will clarify rather than confuse.

Second, sharing is a great way to keep learning myself. Putting thoughts into words, forces a person to get clear on his thoughts. And I want to keep learning and growing forever.

I’m passionate about this wisdom because in the end, it seems becoming more successful with women isn’t about “getting” women at all. It’s about what Socrates spoke about 2400 years ago: “know thyself.” Learning how to be more attractive to women is just a means to that end.

By the way, the reason I’m called Renaissan is not because I’m a Renaissance Man. It’s because my objective on this journey is a perpetual “rebirth.” Also, the Renaissance Man is an ideal that I’ll always strive towards: warrior, artist, scholar, gentleman, citizen, self-reliance-wright, Christian, admirer of the ancient Greeks. What an ideal. It inspires the hell out of me.

I’ll post to this blog at least once week.

 

14 responses to “Author

  1. CAWhite

    December 11, 2012 at 9:43 pm

    My dear man, I have nominated you for The Next Best Thing Blog Award!! Here is the post: http://authorcawhite.wordpress.com/2012/12/12/the-next-big-thing-blog-award/ I can’t wait to see your name in lights 😉

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  2. renaissan

    December 14, 2012 at 9:01 pm

    I am so honored! Thank you CAWhite. Can’t wait to see your name in lights too.

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  3. Nick

    July 14, 2013 at 8:59 pm

    Hey man! I’ve been taking a look at your blog recently. Impressive! Very nice work.
    But I need an advice and it’s kind of urgent. Can I ask about it in private?

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  4. anand moodley

    October 10, 2013 at 2:17 am

    Awesome stuff. Readind your blog every chance I get. Thanks

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    • renaissan

      October 11, 2013 at 12:43 am

      Thank-you for the kinds words! Can’t tell you how much it means. By the way, which stuff have you read? If you have any questions, please let me know. Would love to answer them. Thanks again for the comment.

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  5. Derek

    January 19, 2014 at 10:09 am

    hey man, I have this doubt, well you said that there must be a good eye contact right? So when having this eye contact where should I be actually looking at? I mean, should I be swapping between her left and right eyes? Or should I focus on just one eye? Or should I set my eyes at the bridge of her nose(like between her eyes)?

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    • renaissan

      January 20, 2014 at 1:14 am

      Swapping between her eyes might make your eyes dart. So I wouldn’t recommend that. Instead, I’d recommend relaxing your gaze. Take the attention off of yourself and put the attention on her. It’s funny, we naturally scan both eyes, so you don’t really have to think about it too much.

      You brought up an interesting question about the right eye vs. left eye. Good question. Most of us tend to naturally focus on a person’s right eye. But if you look into a person’s left eye, they say you’ll be looking at a person’s true self.

      The reason being, the left eye is linked with the right side of the brain, which is the more emotional, intuitive side. The right eye is linked with the left side of the brain, which is the more verbal, logical side.

      Again, you don’t have to worry too much about which eye to look into. Just hold your gaze for a bit longer than what’s socially comfortable. At that point you’ll know you’ve made strong eye contact.

      Here’s how you know if you’re overdoing it. Normal eye contact involves looking at a person’s eyes 30 percent of the time, and 70 percent in a person’s general direction. A general rule to follow might be to sustain eye contact with her 30-40 percent of the time.

      Now, if you look into her eyes for longer than 30-40 percent of the time, that can come in handy. It can trigger attraction, and even seduction. In fact, when I get ready to kiss a girl for the first time, I hold my gaze into her eyes for 70 percent of the time.

      The downside is, holding a gaze for 70 percent of the time can also trigger aggression. But that’s if you’re holding aggressive-type thoughts during the gaze.

      What if you feel uncomfortable making eye contact for this long period of time? Try looking at her forehead, since it’s the closest to her eyes.

      You ask a great question because eye contact is so important when attracting a woman. Strong eye contact will make her feel you’re attentive and listening. You’ll also project confidence and honesty.

      So, here’s what to remember. While you’re looking at her, relax. And hold the right thought in your head. If you’re feeling tense and thinking “me, me, me” the whole time that will come across in your eyes.

      But if you relax and lose yourself in what she’s saying, you won’t even have to think about your eye contact. You’ll forget about your “performance” (where the attention is on you) and focus solely on her (where your attention is on her).

      Does this help at all?

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  6. Eddie Goynes Jr

    June 17, 2014 at 3:46 pm

    We’ve already have plans to see Mystery this year. Glad I found you blog today! Just awesome. I have 90% of the Venusian library already cramming and immersing. Your blog shortens my learning curve even more. Tremendous! Cheers Mate! =D

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    • renaissan

      June 18, 2014 at 2:08 pm

      My pleasure! Thanks for the gratitude. It encourages me, a lot.

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  7. Paul

    September 4, 2014 at 10:48 am

    Hello Renaissan, greetings from Germany.

    Though I only have read here and there on your blog I want to ask you for a favor.
    Up until now, I see one basic: communication. My dilemma: I am hard hearing. Though I have a Cochlear Implant it is always difficult for me to talk to everyone in a loud surrounding (i.e. disco, restaurant, bar etc.). Additionally I have always a slight underdevelopment of the language because of lesser auditive input. Hence my fear that the others may think they have to do with a kind of a retard. Even if I out myself as hard hearing I doubt that most can link the cause of weak hearing to underdevelopped speech.
    Did you, maybe, stumbled in your research upon a topic (book or any similar) about disability? I would be interested how I could talk without disrupting the flow by “Sorry, I didn’t understood you. Please, reapeat.” or “No, I just didn’t understood you acustically. Say again.” Especially a joke doesn’t have the same impact than on first time.
    I hope you can somehow relate to me?

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    • renaissan

      September 15, 2014 at 3:36 pm

      Hey Paul,

      Thanks for writing in. Pretty cool you hail from Germany.

      You ask me a great question. I’m unsure what the answer is. Here are some thoughts, though:

      – No one can hear each other in a loud environment anyway. You might be able to get away with “Can’t hear you” in a loud environment. You’d have to rely on visual and physical communication here: facial expressions, body language, kino, lean in each other’s ear to speak… these might work to your advantage.

      – Let’s say you’re in a quieter environment… I’m a strong believer in the “honesty is the best policy” adage. So, be upfront with your hearing. Personality can overcome a lot. I knew a guy once who was completely deaf, but he still enjoyed laughing and cracking jokes. His personality still attracted girls to him.

      – It doesn’t matter if you use a hearing aid. If girls can’t handle it, that’s their own issue. Wear your hearing aids proudly. If it’s not an issue with you, I doubt it’ll be an issue with any girls.

      – Have you checked out Sean Stephenson yet? He talks about overcoming a serious disability he had in his dating life. Here’s his website: http://seanstephenson.com. David DeAngelo’s ebook Double Your Dating (http://www.doubleyourdating.com) is also a great resource for attracting women through personality.

      You can still make it work. Let me know what you think. Would love to hear your response.

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  8. Jose

    January 31, 2017 at 2:44 pm

    Hello Renaissan
    Thanks for your blog and your book. Both are awesome. I have a question regarding the first plan and is: At what number do you recommend that we should aim for the smiles, hellos and small talk. I mean maybe we should take the walk and at least 5 days smiling at girls X number of times per day before starting to say hello in the next days. And so on with the chat. What’s your recommendation with this??
    Thank you very much

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    • renaissan

      February 5, 2017 at 1:26 pm

      Hey Jose,

      First of all, THANK-YOU so much for the kind words about the blog AND the ebook. I appreciate your reading them a lot. Your comment made my day.

      Second of all, to answer your question about “Plan #1,” it sounds like you’re referring to the blog post “How to Practice Pickup“? If that’s what you’re referring to, here’s the answer.

      In Plan #1 you only have to smile at people you walk past, say “hi” to one person, and extend the conversation past “hi” with one attractive woman on your 15-30 minute walk. The conversation can be as quick and simple as the weather or how lovely her style is or about the Super Bowl (I’m writing this on Super Bowl Sunday). Wish her a “nice meeting you,” then you’re done.

      Here’s the tracker I created for this walk. Hopefully, checking it out might clarify the process even more. And feel free to use it. It helps keep a guy on track.

      Once your complete Plan #1 (15-30 minute walk per day for 30 days), you’re ready for Plan #2. When I first learned pickup, I did Plan #1 myself and it helped me big time in forming the habit of being a friendly person. That habit is a prerequisite for pickup.

      Great question Jose! Please let me know if I answered it adequately. And if you have any other questions whatsoever, please don’t hesitate to ask. I’d love to hear them!

      Good luck out and great job getting out there IMPLEMENTING this stuff.

      Yours truly,
      Justin

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