The Tao of Badass
By Davis Druva
I’ve spent years and years studying psychology, relationships,
and attraction, and have worked as a professional dating
coach, a social dynamics and charisma instructor, and a
body language expert. I trained with Wyatt Woodsmall,
neurolinguistic programming and motivational speaking
expert, and long-time mentor of Anthony Robbins, as well
as the first generation of Dale Carnegie instructors. I also
founded and hosted the first radio show that was completely
devoted to helping men succeed with women on Maxim
Radio, which appears all over North America on SIRIUS
XM Satellite Radio. I have worked alongside the Anthony
Robbins Company and advised the Board of Advertisers for
Axe Bodyspray. I have trained everyone from athletes, to
celebrities, to marketers, from students in their freshman
year in college to men in their 80s, and I can tell you that
everything you’re about to read in this book works. You will
never learn a more important skill set in your life.
This information will do everything for you. It will accelerate
your business when you learn to understand and influence
social dynamics. It will strengthen your friendships. It will
allow you to create a friendship with anyone you need to
be a friend. You will have control over all of your social
interactions, romantic or otherwise.
As a man who is interested in improving the quality of his
life by picking up this book, you
probably have a goal in mind, an
idea of what you want from your
new-found knowledge. Maybe
you just want to attract beautiful
women. Maybe you want to find
your future wife. Maybe you want
to date around and meet lots of women. Maybe you simply
want to learn how to relate to people more effectively.
Regardless of what your intentions are right now, I can tell
you that as soon as you learn the skills I’m about to teach
you in this book, you're going to see improvements in every
area of your life that involves social interaction.
Take a moment to think about why you do the things you do.
What is the motivation that drives every action you make?
Why, for example, do you want a good job?
Nine times out of ten, the answer to that question will be
“Because if I get a good job, I can make a lot of money.” But
what if you could make a lot of money being a panhandler on
the street? Do you think you would be just as satisfied doing
that as if you were in a very successful job that paid well and
lead to a long career? There are reports of panhandlers in
Canada that are making over $60,000.00 a year - $400.00 to
$800.00 a day. If you can make that much money panhandling,
why aren’t you doing it? Why isn’t everyone out on the street
asking other people for money?
The reason we’re not all takin’ to the streets Doobie Brothersstyle
is that you have no social value when you panhandle.
Having no social value can make it very difficult to have
personal value (aka confidence), and that, in turn, means
that you are not attractive. The whole point of making
money is that it will allow you to provide for a future family,
and that your value is increased when other people need and
depend on you.
That’s it. That’s the point. Don’t get confused as to why
you’re going to college, or went to college, or are working
this job. Everything you do, consciously and subconsciously,
is to achieve the end goal of attracting the woman of your
dreams and, in most cases, starting a family with her. And if ...