“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.”Albert Einsten All too often in the game community, people respect a guy for "approaching" and for doing a lot of approaches. A lot of dating coaches will run bootcamps where they are telling students to approach like mad men. Well, I am … Continue reading Why doing a lot of approaches means nothing.
So one of many action logs coming fellas but on this one, I talk about my bold decision to not stay in on a Friday night. The truth is that I had an exhausting week that just defeated me and I realized that I had to find some time to perhaps relax. Yet, no, I … Continue reading The bachelor decides to go out on Friday.
Hello readers and long-time followers, it's been a while hasn't it? While you have been all too used to seeing a post or two or many from me weekly, I have been relatively quiet in this month of May. So what has Millennial Bachelor been up to? Why have I not posted as much? Well, … Continue reading My absence explained.
For those of you who have been following my blog for a while, you know that I have not always been the biggest champion of cold approach. Even though I was not the biggest enemy of it, I was always trying to call out pickup artists as being sleazy and even proposing that things like … Continue reading Why my stance on cold approach and day game has changed.
Every year, I get closer to 30 and as I approach the new decade, I thought I'd share some of the lessons I have learned about women, dating, relationships, and "game" throughout my twenties. Now the post may get long and even have a part 2 to it if I feel like it is worth … Continue reading 10 lessons I’ve learned about women, dating, and relationships in my twenties.
After close to a year in a city that some consider to be highly competitive when it comes to dating and meeting women, I decided to make this post. You tend to hear it all the time really and guys are obsessed with the magic place they can go to where single women outnumber single … Continue reading Why you probably shouldn’t worry about male competition, PUAs and gender ratios.
After a little over six months in Miami compared to quite a few years in NYC, I have had the chance to reflect and see how the vibes and scenes of the two cities stack up. I have done a post in the past comparing the two cities but now I want to take the … Continue reading Five blunt differences I’ve noticed between NYC’s social vibe vs Miami’s.
After a few months in Miami, I am here to give my input on the city's dating scene. Before I do, I want to talk about my situation in Miami. I am actually loving it here. My dating life has not been too bad in Miami and I am loving life in general. Miami has … Continue reading Why most single men should avoid Miami.
Around a week ago, Miami had the Ultra music festival which was hyped up non-stop. In the past years, music festivals have been in the news for all the wrong reasons. Now your typical music festival has a start singer or a few, overpriced tickets, and tons of drugs and booze to help with the … Continue reading Why music festivals are overrated.
For some reason, I guess I don't like to use the word "game" too much because of how corny it sounds. If you like as my reader though, you can use the word "game" as well. So let's say you are either trying to get better at "game" or trying to really see where your … Continue reading 3 things you can do daily to exponentially improve your swagger.
So much of what we do is on the internet these days and that is all the more true for our interactions with other people. Today, I wanted to bring attention to the inevitable that most men will come across. Black Pill, Red Pill, and the PUA Community are once again gaining ground and despite … Continue reading How Black pill/Red Pill/PUA Community damage your brain and your game
While I do plan on doing an e-book and releasing it as it pertains to being a bachelor after college, I wanted to take this post to address some major misconceptions. Throughout your life, you have been told that college years are the best years of your life and life after college is practically all … Continue reading Five of the biggest misconceptions about post-grad life.