RSD Tyler is a good friend of mine. He is one of the best communicators in this age. When we sat down for dinner together, we really explored each others’ backgrounds and philosophies. From what I deciphered, the reason why he is so good at his craft is because he’s been through some pain in his life when it came to relationships. In the video above, I give the analogy with wrestling. Me being naturally terrible at it provided me with the gift of breaking down everything into a science that ultimately allowed me to become a 3x All-American.

Owen Cook, who goes by RSD Tyler, is so hyper-aware of everything that goes on between social dynamics and attraction. Because of not being naturally good at this thing, but having a desire to be good at it, it has given him the gift of being able to understand all the subtleties of feminine & masculine energies.

Now, I don’t condone the “game” of pick-up. At one point in my life, I didn’t really understand my own purpose or “objective truth” in the universe, and although I saw a problem with getting involved in relationships that were going nowhere, even at a young age, I didn’t really tap into the understanding of how “casual dating” has some moral incongruences to it. Now, fortunately I can articulate it.

However, RSD, and Owen Cook, provide men with a better opportunity to understand their own personal power. What you do with that power is up to you. You can either use it to deceive, manipulate, or you can use it to attract your true soulmate and grow your love together.

Even if both parties mutually agree and consent to casually date, if you’re not going to be long-term partners, you are still using someone for your pleasure at someone else’s expense (their future partner).

Regardless, most people are sharing quality information. RSD Tyler shares a whole lot of quality information. Even if you disagree with some philosophies, it’s your job to filter out the good from it and the bad from it based on your true destiny and your relationship with the universe.

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Jaret Grossman

After amassing over 30 million views on YouTube by producing a video every day for a year, Jaret Grossman has quickly become sought after as one of the world's best life coaches and business consultants.

Jaret's world class advice is drawn from his early childhood woes and muscular transformation. As an 8th grader, Jaret was only 90 pounds, won only one wrestling match, and was constantly picked on and bullied. He quickly progressed to become one of New York's best wrestlers and eventually became a 3x All-American at Bryant University. After he pursued a career in law or investment banking, Jaret realized his passion lied elsewhere. While finishing up his JD degree, Jaret started up a health and fitness brand with his childhood friend. After building the Muscle Prodigy presence to over 300,000 unique visitors per month, over 1 million social media followers, and topping the charts with several iTunes albums, Jaret was looked up to by many as a beacon of light. People from all walks of life including C-level executives, pro athletes, students, and sales managers have come to Jaret looking for a transformation in their life including career empowerment, financial stability, relationship success, emotional mastery, physical health, spiritual connection, mental training, and contribution.

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