I’m a huge proponent that everybody needs to be able to cold approach girls. I’m also of the mindset that everybody need some time off once in a while. And that them womenz shouldn’t rule your life.
And rule their life they will, if you let them.
I know it’s cliche and gets used all the time, but all men need a Mission that goes before the boobies.
When you have the skills to keep girls around, and the frame that sucks new ones in – life goes on EZ-street.
What do I mean by this?
1.) If you can keep girls around, keep them wanting more, and draw them into YOUR world, then you’re going to have them coming to you beck and call.
You’d be shocked how a girl who is just a casual fuckbuddy will go out of her way to pick up food for you, bring it to your house on a random Monday at 9pm, suck your dick, and then turn around and do the dishes.
Every girl has that side of her waiting to be unlocked, you just need to know what buttons to press.
2.) How to suck new ones in. You know how when you’re a kid, if you were EVER told you couldn’t do something – you instantly had to go and do it? Well, that doesn’t go away for adults, men and women alike.
So when a girl knows she “can’t” have you because other girls do, she’ll be trying even harder to win your affections. Now, it used to be that men would be married, so it was much more taboo. These days with Tinder, it’s normal to date multiple people, but, that hardwired instinct to want what she can’t have WORKS.
This means when you already have girls, new ones are easier to come by.
Much like how once you have some money, it’s easier to make MORE money.
Best of all?
All of this can be learned, implemented, and already paying dividends within a month if you follow the techniques I’ve laid out in my book.
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Hey hey hey hoe hoe hoe…
So in my family, the *big* Asian Christmas celebration is on Christmas Eve.
And this year, it was at my parent’s house for the first time in twenty years. And, we actually saw Santa Claus come sliding down our chimney in the middle of the night.
He joined in on the conversation – the big joke of the night was how old I’m getting now that I’m 26; closer to 30 than 20. Santa mentioned that he’s just getting older and older, and asked if I had any recommendations for being more “youthful” in his older age.
My advice to him?
Date younger women.
Yup, that’s right.
I told him to dump that cookie-munching, wraggly skinned grandma Mrs. Claus and upgrade to a newer model.
All that incessant nagging is not good for his soul.
Needless to say, my family was shocked and so was Santa himself.
Will he heed my advice? I’ll find out when he slides down that chimney in 2018.
Do you want to know what I told him?
Here are the 5 pieces of advice I gave to Mr. Claus so he could be younger and more full of life for years to come:
#1: Work on his style
The old red suit is tried and played out.
Sure, custom suits are great and all, but sometimes you got to vary it up.
Plus, while girls don’t mind sharing a high-value man, they don’t want everyone to know they’re sharing. Santa can’t be seen out and about in the North Pole with multiple young hotties. Changing his styles will make this a bit more plausible.
#2: Leave America
For example, Christmas in Ukraine is on January 7th. Apparently there is a whole different Santa who manages Eastern Europe!
I told him to try to “switch shifts” next year, and leave behind the life of consume consume, consume in America.
Not having to make payments on his igloo, sled, and reindeers will surely relief some stress and make him more youthful.
(I am slightly worried he’ll have a heart attack when he sees how much slimmer and hotter foreign girls are, but it’s worth the risk).
#3: Dump that bee-yatch Mrs. Claus
I even told him he could do it over text message, or relay it via a reindeer.
Who knows, maybe he can find some new girl tonight and slide into her chimney.
Santa has been a one-woman-man his whole life, and surely dating a few new ones will re-invigorate his libido like never before. It’s like a Viagra commercial. Do you EVER see that commercial with an old dude and a hot young thing? It’s usually an old grannie well past her expiration date.
I told Santa that young girls (preferrably many) are the elixir of life.
He (and you) can learn the full ins and outs of how to date multiple young thangs. Check it out:
Anyways, that was my advice to good ‘ol Santa for 2018.
We’ll see if the divorce is finalized by the next time he visits.
Have a Merry Christmas (screw the politically-correct-police), and…
Keep causing Trouble,
In the latest episode of the show, I go into details about why daygame in the USA just ain’t a thang.
Hope you had a Merry Christmas!
Listen in to episode 38 here:
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PS: I’ve mentioned it previously, but this show will be going to a paid subscription model next year. To sign up, go here:
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My journey from Eastern Europe to California was great…until I got to California.
Los Angeles border security (not the agents but the “greeters”) are idiots.
2 hours for citizens?
Southwest lost my bags on a one-hour hopper flight (that left early!). Then the independent and empowered woman at the customer service counter decided to ignore me and address my girl when I triggered her (all I wanted to know was if they’d reimburse $50 if I went and bought a couple necessities).
Answer = no.
Not the money, it’s principle.
Anyways, before this turns into a woe-is-me message, I speaketh of this simply because the one thing I’ve always preferred about the US is the fact that the customer service is superior to Eastern Europe.
is that changing?
I don’t know. Mr. Grinchly Trouble is a bit perturbed by the situation. Seems America is hell bent on returning to Communism, and i can tell you from first-hand experiences – those commy-cuntries are sure as hell not built on customer service.
The truth is this:
You might, at one point or another, want that option to “escape”. When I landed in LA last night it felt far more third-world than most of the countries I’ve been this year.
So naturally, the steps to escape…
You need the moola.
You need the drive.
I can help with both.
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When I was in my early 20s, I always heard from older guys that your physical fitness levels fall off at 25. That you start getting more aches, more pains, and taking longer to recover. They were all very adamant about that specific age:
And it’s funny, because now that I’ve passed that threshold, the only thing I hear is, “You’re still so young! You shouldn’t be slowing down!”
It makes me chuckle, because i’m sure I’ll be doing the same shit to young guns when I’m older too. Nonetheless, I think that as men, we have an inclanation to always try to re-live the glory days. Giving an arbitrary number to someone as a specific time only works as long as they don’t exceed that time. When they do, that number is raised to fit our model of how we used to see ourselves.
The truth is, I am slowly but surely slowing down.
I don’t recover as well as I used to. The days of being able to play basketball for three hours a day plus lift weights 5 days a week are gone. The weeks of training for triathlons (biking 250 miles, running 50, swimming a half dozen) are gone. I think my eyesight is getting worse by the day.
They won’t come back and I won’t live in the past, trying to wish for what was and what will never become again.
Instead, I’ve tried to take anti-aging measures early.
Weight lifting has become a strategic thing with proper recovery time.
Stretching (yoga) often is helpful.
Cut the drinking down quite a bit – hard to do when Europe is still pretty new and all you really want to do is party.
The sitting at a desk style of living will kill you.
Within two days of starting it, you’ll noticeably start feeling worse. You’ll become a hunchback. Stiff. Sluggish in your movements. The human body was not meant to sit in front of a desk with florescent lights.
This is why freedom is so important.
To be able to set your own hours. To have a standing desk if it helps your posture. To work in a new coffee shop, outside, instead of being stuck in the same florescent light hellhole that is killing people in far greater numbers than AIDS ever did.
I feel signifcantly better physically than I ever did when I was working a 9-5, and you can achieve the same thing with Pro Niche Site:
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The latest episode of The Dating Abroad Podcast is up and ready for your listening enjoyment. Continuing the fun at Lithuanian basketball and the Ball family, this episode you won’t want to miss.
Listen in here:
Kyle Trouble, Dating Abroad
It was December of 2015. I’d just returned from my trip to Colombia, and my mind was made up.
I’d be moving abroad in February 2016. I knew it, my family knew it, and the plans were in motion…
The only people who didn’t know about my plan?
Everyone I worked with.
And while I didn’t tell them until February, something happened in December that really put the nail in the coffin. It drove that nail even deeper, and it really didn’t need any additional push to begin with.
So what happened?
Well, the company was having one of those dreaded holiday parties that everybody has to pretend to like but everybody fucking hates.
You know exactly what I’m talking about.
Even more additional time with the boss who you can’t stand, the annoying HR bitch who won’t stop yapping, and even more additional time complaining about work with the very people you want to get away from!
The bright side of most of these parties (if you can call them that), is that the company at least usually feeds you. And, if you’re really lucky, they might even liquor you up a bit too.
The December 2015 Christmas party for me was not that at all.
When the announcement went out that year, my boss told his team (ie me and colleagues) that it was highly “recommended” that we attend the party…but that we would have to pay our own way.
It wasn’t the money, but the principle. The company directly told us that *we were not worth $7 to them*.
(And there wasn’t any booze there, either…)
It was made abundantly clear that we’d be in trouble if we didn’t attend, but that we had to pay to attend the company holiday party. I distinctly remember thinking, “Well, even if I flop as an entrepreneur…it’s better than this shit.”
So keep that in mind this holiday season.
If you work for a big corporation, they don’t give much of a damn about you no matter how many memos they send out about “employee health” and “benefits”.
And one more thing:
Just know that you’re not alone. You’re one of thousands, if not millions, who feel this exact way. And you’re not alone in wanting to carve your own path in life, devoid of the corporate shackles.
To begin carving your own path, watch the six free videos I’ve created about starting a small online business:
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First things first:
LaVar Ball is obnoxious, arrogant, and annoying. And recently, I’d say stupid – for sending his California-grown-and-spoiled children to play in the middle of nowhere in Lithuania.
If you don’t know who he is, he’s got 3 sons aged between 16-20, two of whom have professional NBA potential, and he’s been all over ESPN/Yahoo/every sports site imaginable for months now. He’s mostly got all this attention from shit-talking and not backing down.
But he’s also a genius. Not in the sense of pulling his kids out of school, but purely from a marketing sense (and that’s all we’re talking about today – how you can use it to profit too).
The sneaker game has been changed now for professional athletes. He might totally fail at making the Ball shoe brand big, but even if he does, the game has been CHANGED.
Can you imagine if a person like LeBron had said “shove it” to Nike and built his own brand? What if he’d cut out the middle man, taken an even bigger cut of the profits, and had full ownership and everything?
That’s a lotta money.
So even if LaVar flops, he will have a lasting impact on the professional sports shoe market for years to come. That’s something you can’t take away from him, no matter what happens in the coming years.
I just hope his kids don’t freeze to death in Lithuania.
One more thing, it’s important.
This weekend I’ll be doing a quick little opening for something. I’ll give more details about it in the coming days.
But for now:
I’ve actually been to Lithuania, and did a video last year with some thoughts on it from my tiny little studio apartment
Watch and subscribe to me on YouTube here:
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There’s a certain region of the world that keeps coming across my desk. And it’s one that I’d NEVER even considered visiting, much less spending any significant time there.
I speak of Scandinavia.
The first time I ever “went” to Scandinavia was the Copenhagen (Denmark) airport. I was on my way to Budapest with my friend Jeremy. We’d flown on Norwegian air from Los Angeles to Copenhagen, and were then heading onwards to Budapest.
Or maybe we were going back from Budapest and were in the Oslo airport. I can’t remember. I drank a lot on that trip, okay? Try not to judge me too much…
We were hungry.
Now, I knew how expensive things were in this region of the world. But in Jeremy’s case, he didn’t. And the hunger got the best of him.
So he got a hamburger and a beer.
I’ll never forget when he came back to the table and showed me his receipt. It was in Danish Krones. He said to me, “Hey man, my phone isn’t working – can you look up how much this burger and beer was in US dollars?”
I punched in the number of Danish Krones (~300) into my phone, and the US dollar equilvalent was…
Again, for a burger and a beer. Let me remind you that you can buy a McDonald’s cheeseburger for $1 and a Coors Light at the gas station for $1.
But people keep trying to change my mind about Scandinavia, including the latest guest of the Dating Abroad Podcast.
Listen in as we discuss Iceland here.
Keep causing Trouble,
PS: As mentioned last week, this show will likely go to a slightly premium model (~$10/m for two premium episodes, transcriptions, and a very premium newsletter) next year. This email was actually swiped from a draft of one section of the newsletter, so it’s a great preview of what you’ll be getting.
Time for some fun Q&A before the holidays, but that have nothing to do with them.
QUESTION: From reading your email letter, I had some questions. What Polish/EE website is the equivalent of OkCupid/Tinder/Match.com Etc for meeting local girls in Poland?
Sympatia.pl is the other.
Most countries in EE have some sort of local site, if you can manage to find it and translate it, it’s a goldmine. The Cupid Media sites worked well too (Ukraine Date, Russian Cupid, Colombian Cupid, etc.) for me. These are all country-specific.
Q: Was the LA job where you had absurd amounts of free time (bored out of your mind) and were making just under 6 figures #5 or #6?
A: Yep, that was it. I actually loved the company I worked with in San Diego (pretty prestigious Japanese co). The one in LA was a joke (government thinktank…you know how good ‘ol gov works).
Q (well, a comment): You’re one of the rare people that I keep reading from time to time and that I am not unsubscribed of the newsletter, that I started following a few years ago when the manosphere was more active at the time.
I must admit you’ve come a long way and there certainly can be noticed the change in the way that you’re speaking/writing. Not that it wasn’t true at the time, and it still holds its truth, but now it seems like it’s way more refined.
Mad respect, my man. Mad respect. Keep it up!
A: I love hearing that shit. If you guys have feedback, send it my way. Especially if it’s ego-stroking, I’m fragile.
Q: I dig these emails you send every day. Is there a place I can read the archive?
A: *Most*, not all, are over at KyleTrouble.com
Ho, ho, hoe.
Keep causing Trouble,