Today, I have an interview with Eric Rogell, author of The Art of War for Dating: Master Sun Tzu’s Tactics to Win Over Women. About as close as you can get and not need to have a 4-star general on speed dial to give you launch codes when you get her into bed. Poets, songwriters, artists, and writers, all have been equating the two for centuries. even subconsciously we’ve always known war and dating are just about the same thing. Many of the Nine Situations involve things going sideways …
For example, Situation 2 involves Grenades, Cockblockers and other obstacles like drunks, jealous Alpha Males and even Boring Buddies, you own friends dragging you down by their complete lack of skills.
that helps you turn one-off media invitations into regular appearances.
PLUS insider resources previously known only to freelance journalists that help you give editors EXACTLY what their bosses want them to publish.
When I launched my business, I didn’t do what 99.9% of entrepreneurs do: I didn’t open a Facebook page or attempt to attract more followers on Twitter. And magazines and landed myself columns in Huffington Post and on Okay, so it’s true, I do have 22 years of experience as a journalist and yes, I’ve worked for some of the biggest names in the biz including CNN, CBC, Reader’s Digest, Global TV and more.
So you might argue that I had an unfair advantage when it comes to pitching and landing media attention. All the relationships you build with the media are yours to keep so that opportunities that open up years from now still land in your inbox (not mine).
For centuries, man has studied the ancient art of war before heading into battle--obsessively planning, strategically theorizing, and meticulously executing.