Yes! I’m back at home for a few days, good to be back.
There is something about being back and having a little bit of normalcy. I could tangibly feel a sense of relief when I was driving around today running errands.
Recharging my supplements, I know where that is.
Buying some organic food, I know where that is.
It’s nice compared to the constant low level confusion of being in a new city and never knowing where anything is.
Well, so much for normalcy, I leave in 2 hours for VEGAS!
As always, the World Summit is gonna be sick, I’m meeting Alex at the airport and we are going straight at it when we get in. Probably going to hit up Surrender tonight…
Anyway, I thought I’d dig into some of my seminar, and find some of the old school stuff that still seems to come up on most bootcamps. Standard outer game techniques that will make your interactions go a little smoother.
I just landed in Dublin, my last city before heading to Las Vegas!
I swear this city is severely underrated. Blond Irish girls with their cute faces, accents, and their bubbly sarcasm make this city an enduring highlight every time I come to Europe.
As I entered the country, sliding my old ragged torn up passport across the counter towards the customs officer, he gave me a weird glance.
Then once he opened it and realized it was completely full, I got another weird look.
Going into this Euro tour I kind of got busy with work and forgot to get a new passport. Woops!
I was pretty nervous that I would run out of space for new visa stamps, but it looks like I JUST made it, as long as I don’t get any shit coming back into the USA.
There’s one for the bucket list, first passport FULL.
The first 6 months of 2011 have been good to me, looking at the remainder of my yearly schedule, things just don’t seem to stop.
I’m getting ready for bootcamp in Lisbon, Portugal this evening, as the Euro tour winds down…
I’ve noticed a sweet spot when traveling, after between 7 and 8 weeks out of the country I start to get this weird untethering feeling.
Something to do with being in a new city every 4-5 days, and not having a real home, a bed, or a kitchen to make some food…
So after a quick weekend in Lisbon, then Dublin, I’m starting to set my sights on something BIG.
I’ve got a serious cold after 25 nights in a row of partying, culminating last night with literally 15 hours of running around Berlin.
Starting at 2PM, pool parties, random open air day time rave in the middle of a field, multiple clubs in the rain, ending in full glory at 5AM, and now I feel like DEATH.
And yet, even with the success of the evening, I’ve learned a big lesson.
I don’t approach enough!
I remember when I was back in Copenhagen, I was talking with one of my newest assistants, Neal, about sticking points, and how they come full circle, and hit on new levels.
His response was, “Ehh, actually I think it’s just the same bad habits, and sometimes you get lazy and they come back.”
At the time I fought it, but it’s true. When you have a lot of success, and get better and better, it is easy to get lazy at times and forget about the basics.
Life is GOOOOOOD!
Just got to Berlin after a week in Stockholm, and I have a week of amazing night life ahead of me, and my first weekend off in a while.
I’ve officially gone out 21 nights in a row, but it’s more like 30 of the past 32, and I’ve been consciously noticing new things every night out.
Also I’ve gotten great news from Papa and Tyler about the Brad Branson Brand.
I’m basically going to be completely rewriting the entire RSD newsletter, literally between 300-400 articles over the next year.
I plan on organizing it so that each article sequentially builds off the previous one in a way to give a full curriculum and paradigm of game.
I’m in Riga, Latvia in transit from Kiev to Stockholm.
Let’s just say it’s been a nice run through Norway, Ukraine, and soon to be Sweden. I’ve literally been surrounded by gorgeous women for almost a month.
I’ve got some free wifi for a bit here at the airport, so I figured I’d blast through an article and check up on my other business ventures.
I outsourced a new link building technique and have one of my other websites ranking number one in google and getting me some good adsense revenue.
The Dos Equis man?
Haha, I’m in Kiev, Ukraine, got in late last night and it was AWESOME.
Literally, gorgeous girls running around everywhere.
I also seem to have a penchant for more “grey” cities i.e. cities where you can bribe policeman and there’s a little bit of a sketchy vibe to the place.
Last day in Munich, I’m on the hunt for a cuckoo clock for my mother before I head to Oslo, Norway tomorrow.
Euro tour has been sweet so far, lots of fun, lots of beer, continual work, and partying hard.
I’ve been going out 6 nights a week again, and have had a few SERIOUS realizations already.
I hadn’t realized how much I rely on “macro momentum” when out cold approaching.
The first 4 months this year I was doing bootcamps every other weekend with Tyler, and for the first time, in between I wasn’t going out as consistently as I have for the last 3 years because I was giving more attention to my online businesses.
From a life priority standpoint, this was the right move, but for my pickup chops, it kind of dulled the sword.
Now I’m back on the grind, and I can tangibly feel the difference.
Greetings from the SAS Airport Lounge in Copenhagen, on my way to Salzburg via Munich.
I kind of dropped the ball and waited until yesterday to book a hotel in Munich, and the city is COMPLETELY booked out.
With my flight already scheduled to Munich, I just decided to jump on a train and head to Salzburg instead, so I should have a few days of fun there along with some free time to work on the biz.
Anyway, I gained a new insight this past weekend on bootcamp.
On the last day of program, eventhough I had been explaining what the “window for escalation” was, whether that be related to physicality, when to kiss the girl, when to grab the number, when you miss the chance, what happens if you miss it, and all sorts of other vagaries, the students still didn’t have any idea what this “window” actually looked like.
Then it hit me…
Well hello there!
How was your weekend?
Oh, me? Thanks for asking!
I’ve been implementing a new mindset that has really been helping clients out on bootcamp.
Last week was kind of crazy, and a bit annoying.
One aspect of self actualization is that you spend less and less time in a “peeved” state, and when it does rarely happen, it’s frustrating.
It’s like you are conscious enough to know that you shouldn’t be pissed off at whatever life situation, yet you still are, and it only confounds the problem.
A few random things, like my computer, girls, and other drama got me into somewhat of a weird vibe for about 3 days. I think mostly due to the fact that the week prior was probably the best week of my life.
Everything was rocking, life was great, and I was prepping for even more glory in Europe.
So then all of a sudden, a few things to kick me back to reality, and that is where the frustration kicked in.
Welcome stranger, it’s been a while.
You might have noticed a dearth of articles the last week or two.
There’s a few reasons for that.
One, my computer took an absolute shit, and I had to run back and forth to the Apple store 3 separate times to get it fixed. I’m all good there now though, SMOOTH as SILK Macbook pro.
Also, I’ve been working pretty intensely on my passive income train, utilizing a lot of SEO techniques and basically becoming a spammer. Haha.
That’s going sweet, I’m scraping a few dollars a day already, and adding new sites every week or two to scale up my side projects.
But what about Bradbranson.com?!
So you’ve heard of the High Fidelity Lifestyle, but how does one attain it?
What are the best action steps that lead to a higher level of consciousness and a more rewarding day to day existence?
What are the MINDSETS you need to cultivate the state of mind excellence?
I had a lot of guys comment and email me after the last article, asking about my own motivations and daily routine towards a high fidelity life.
It reminded me of a book I read a few years ago, which has had a huge impact on how I view my goals, and how I live my life.
What does Michael Jordan have to do with success with women, or personal development for that matter?
What in a book about an NBA athlete can bring you towards the state of mind excellence?
Well, I think this book might be one of THE BEST examples on detailing the career of someone living the high fidelity lifestyle.
Actually let’s go with UBER-calibration…
This isn’t an article about girls…
Walking through the world with ease.
Excellence in everything you do.
I call it living the HIGH FIDELITY LIFE.
I had a dream a few days ago, and the randomness of it all had me thinking there must be some sort of symbolism in it…
I dreamt that I was a medieval knight and a former master swordsman. Haha…
Through out the dream I went through the process of regaining my fighting abilities, straight kicking ass until I went on a rampage, killing the king, taking the crown jewels, and massacring anyone that didn’t think I deserved to be the king.
Hah, there are many levels of symbolism to this.
Brad Branson has been an international dating coach with the leading dating company Real Social Dynamics for 3 years.
Through his own success and teaching experience, he has taught HUNDREDS of men how to create the dating life they desire.
He’s coached in over 35 countries on 4 continents, developing universal patterns that ANYONE can apply, no matter what city, age or income bracket they come from.