Happy Clients – Nigel – Video

“This boot camp will teach you how to become a man.
I’m very happy that I did this because if I hadn’t done this, the status quo would have—nothing would have changed. And this changes things.
It’s profound.”

Name: Nigel
Age: 27
Occupation: Property Analyst
Location: Sydney, Australia


How would you sum up the Bootcamp?

This boot camp will teach you how to become a man. It will show you how to—it will actually show you practically how to lead conversations, listen, understand what the woman is thinking, understand what they want, be able to touch them, be able to seduce them, and not to just sleep with them but to be the man that the woman wants to have.

How happy are you about doing it?

I’m happy, happy, happy. I’m very happy that I did this because if I hadn’t done this, the status quo would have—nothing would have changed. And this changes things. So I’m really happy that I came here.

Value for money?

It sounds expensive—three grand—but after learning what I’ve learnt here I don’t exactly know how to value it, but it’s not expensive. I feel like it’s very good value for money. It’s something like, once you’ve done it, and the value you get from it, it’s very valuable. And three thousand dollars is not that much money.

What impact will this have on your life?

I think it’ll be big. I think it will. Already I’ve got more confidence so I don’t think it’s going to be limited to just women. I think it’s a better understanding of how to talk to people as well, how to listen, how to not interrupt, which is what I wanted.

I went into this wanting to improve socially, not just with women, and I feel like, yeah, we’ve made that progress and I’m there with the social bit. Yeah, I’ve got a lot of work to do, especially the touching—I’m a bit frigid—but I think it’ll make a big difference. We’ll see how we go but I think I’ll do well.

Best thing about the Bootcamp?

I’ve got to say the best thing is spending the time with the trainers to practice how to do things, to understand the technique, to understand what I’m supposed to be doing. And I guess whatever’s happened after that, like in the bookstore and at the department store, is more an extension of what I learnt. I attribute that to the fact that I spent that time with the trainers—we spent that time with the trainers—and that’s where I learnt what to do.

Think of a friend who would benefit from this training. What would you say to him?

I would say it would completely change his perception on what women want, how to become a real man, and I think like – said, I think probably one of the best ways to show someone is to actually go up in front of them and start a conversation with a girl. I think that would be the best way to do it

I’d describe everything but it’s—you can hear something and you can listen to it but you may not believe it, but when you see it, it can completely change how you see things because then they start to believe. Words might not be able to do that, action can.

Why did you decide to do the Bootcamp?

I was skeptical prior to the seminar, so not the boot camp itself. I guess I only went because he asked for backup, he asked for someone else to be there as well. So I came along with him and, yeah, it was honest. I believed in it because you also demoed what you’re going to do on the boot camp.

I didn’t sign up at the time because I like to have a think about if I’m making a good decision or not and I think it was the day after I had decided that this was—I was going to do this. And so I did it. I mean I signed up and I didn’t have any doubts coming into the boot camp. I mean I didn’t know exactly what was going to happen but I was pretty sure after the demoing that it was going to be pretty good. And that’s what happened. It was good.

What benefits have you seen so far?

Some pretty profound things. Where I found that I’m good enough, that I’m interesting enough, that I can actually lead conversations, that I have high energy. Because I’ve always classed myself as a very low energy type of person because usually I am, but that’s because when I’m by myself I am pretty mellow, very quiet, and then when people come in front of me I get excited really fast.

It’s profound. It’s profound because I’m starting to believe, or I started to believe that I could do this stuff and I’m good enough.

Highlights of the Bootcamp?

Highlights were probably approaching the girls, the conversations that went for a while. The the fact that I went back with a number—that was cool. Yeah, I’d say they were the highlights.

Any “Aha!” moments? 

The lessons in what a woman wants were completely different to what I thought it was. And I think that’s a big, big aha.

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