Some Great Podcasts to Hold You Over
Michael Stoute and myself will be back shortly with a brand new podcast, but for the mean time I thought that I would include links to some great podcasts from the boys at Charisma Arts.
I’ve included a list of the best free seduction podcast out there. These are mostly podcasts from Wayne “Juggler” Elise and his boys Johnny Savior and Dave Shade.
Episode 1 – Wayne and Johnny discuss natural game, how to really have fun with women, and disqualification.
Episode 2 – Wayne and Jonathan talk about building a social circle, overcoming some deep, dark fears, and having fun in groups.
Episode 3 – Jonathan interviews Wayne about his thoughts on Neil Strauss’s new book, “The Game,” the chapter that Wayne wrote in it, and some stories about his experiences with Neil.
Episode 4-2 – This is a continuation of our talk with Luke and Sammy, also known as Episode 4, Part 2.
Episode 4-1 – We sat down to record a session with some clients from this weekend, and talked for so long that we split it up into two files! This is Episode 4, Part 1.
Episode 5 – David Shade joins us with questions submitted by his newsletter subscribers, and Wayne helps clear the air on what it means to “escalate” from platonic to intimate.
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