Not to judge but I think a lot of guys here make the fallacy which is self-perpetuating namely; (subconsciously) always looking for the golden bullet. The blueprint here is easily the best material I've ever read and watched (and trust me when I say I've seen a LOT) and unlike other programs, it resonated with me to such a degree that Im now taking consistent action. All you need is right here, don't fool yourself into thinking that you don't 'know enough' and need to 'buy another program' for you to become good at daygame. Just take action, follow the blueprint, and the results will follow.
couldnt agree more - really the whole pua thing is just a racket these days (same as it ever was no doubt). this site is the only one i visit now as it isnt so 'gamey' and there seems to be a genuine integrity about the guys that run it. you can see that it's a labour of love for them and they come across as decent, balanced people.
i get the impression theres a lot of other companies with slick marketing operatios that are getting rich on gullible men out there. i listened to a few other PUA podcasts recently and seems there's a whole bunch of guys that seem to get almost addicted to these products, but probably hardly get the balls together to actually take action. then, as you say, they get hyped up into believing product X will 'change everything! give instant results! destroy aproach anxiety for ever! lead to dates with models! etc etc etc'
i used to read another site and got sick of the cross marketing and general sleaziness of the operation. seemed like they were cynically trying to appeal to that particular 'gullible' group and were drilling them for all they can get. i'm sure that particualr demographic keeps them going. the need to get laid is one hell of a driver in young consumers, and through a process of smoke and mirrors the gullible ones get taken for what they're worth. i think we've gone past saturation point with the whole PUA shit. yes there's good stuff out there, but all these guys are just re-inventing the wheel, adding a little twist (changing a few names, using different terminology) then flogging it back. not saying there arent good guys out there (this site for a kick off), but after finding this podcast i did thought i'd check out some other, and after a few episodes realised how good the daygame.com one is and now its my sole listen. the others are pushing shit left right and centre. the only time i ever got that vibe on daygame.com was the david x one, and that was all coming from him.
for the record i've only ever bought one pua product - an ebook, that was a good introduction but was basically a tidied up version of Mystery Method book (which i also bought a few years back, so i guess that makes it two). learning the basics is an eye-opener, but then you hit the point where the real growth comes from yourself, not from another rehashed product.