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Jefferies was around long before The Game hit bookshop shelves.When the main players in The Game were still looking over their pencil cases at the popular girls on the other side of the class, Jeffries was out on the street, chatting girls up, getting their numbers and, more often than not, getting them into bed too.And since there's no gene for coolness or confidence, then being uncool and unconfident are just bad habits, which can be changed with enough guidance and will power.” ― Neil Strauss, “We were all searching outside ourselves for our missing pieces, and we were all looking in the wrong direction.Instead of finding ourselves, we'd lost our sense of self. A blonde 10 in a twoset at the Standard didn't have the answers. Sex wasn't about getting our rocks off; it was about being accepted.” ― Neil Strauss, “I think the existential dilemma is: We're social animals, so we all wrestle with a sense of inadequacy. He pretended to be so confused and helpless, but maybe he was smarter than all of us.'The inside of a vagina isn't at all what I thought it would feel like,' he shouted excitedly.“In life, people tend to wait for good things to come to them. Usually, what you wish for doesn't fall in your lap; it falls somewhere nearby, and you have to recognize it, stand up, and put in the time and work it takes to get to it. We are never comfortable with those who have no visible flaw.” ― Wayne Elise, “there are only so many ways to get rejected or ignored. It has its own cat-string theory and knows we don't appreciate things that fall into our laps.” ― Neil Strauss, “And yet I wasn't sure what his weakness was. Like a tabloid editor, we search for both greatness and weakness, jotting down notes in our heads for future exploitation.Rolling Stones did a feature story on him in 1998; he was the inspiration for Tom Cruise’s character in Magnolia the following year, and then in 2000, Jeffries was introduced to British audiences through Louis Theroux’s Weird Weekends series.

” ― Neil Strauss, “There are certain bad habits we've groomed our whole life -- from personality flaws to fashion faux pas. And that's a tall order if you haven't found your best self yet.” ― Neil Strauss, “I've never trusted collaborations, because most people in this world are not closers. The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pickup Artists, charted Strauss’s journey and ultimate success in the seduction community.In January 2004, Strauss broke cover, publishing a piece in the New York Times about his observations and experiences in the society.And it has been the role of parents and friends, outside of some minor tweaking, to reinforce the belief that we're okay just as we are. They don't finish what they start; they don't live what they dream; they sabotage their own progress because they're afraid they won't find what they seek.” ― Neil Strauss, “In fact, every woman I met seemed disposable and replaceable.I was experiencing seducer's paradox: The better a seducer I became, the less I loved women.