| The dangers of trying to be too cool |
Ever find yourself only wanting talk to the “cool” people?
Or those with high status i.e. really successful, powerful, confident or attractive?
I’m going to be blunt and straightforward with you.
That is a BIG MISTAKE.
And I am as guilty as the next guy of doing the same. That is why I have a really fantastic interview today with Shogo Garcia, social and dating coach for men.
He is one of my favorite people I’ve met in the past year.
He’s warm, giving and a really charming and charismatic guy. Shogo is never arrogant or cocky, which is how I often used to imagine how socially confident guys were, before I became one. He’s very calm, intelligent and confident.
Here’s what we cover in the interview:
[+] Shogo’s story of going from a socially savvy bartender to a miserable lawyer who was always nervous and socially awkward around people and attractive women
[+] The moment he decided to quit his job and take care of his social problems and live a life he wanted as a “Hitch”
[+] The two types of caring – one gets you in trouble, the other is good
[+] Why self-trust is your greatest asset
[+] The true advantage of being open to connecting people (and life)
[+] The #1 problem with being socially selective and trying to be too cool
[+] The dangers of our social conditioning from creating authentic success
[+] Why we all have “multiple-personalities” and how that is a normal and natural thing for interacting with others
[+] The difference between social and sexual connections – and how to navigate the difference between them
[+] Why “vibe” is so important and how the words don’t always matter
[+] And more, of course.
You can watch the video here:
I hope you get as much out of the interview as I did.
There be “social gold” in the interview.