Ross Jeffries™ is the founder, creator and Master Teacher of the worldwide seduction community.Featured as the mentor to Neil Strauss in the best-selling book, “The Game”, RJ has taught, coached, and mentored thousands of men around the world, since 1991, guiding them to the success with women they truly desire and deserve.But a misunderstanding of complex ideas seems to be at the heart of a lot of pick-up artistry.
Speed Seduction® shows you how to succeed with the women you really want, predictably and reliably, without guesswork or games - respecting yourself and the women you enjoy.
Forget the copycats and learn from the original – RJ!
PUAs, of course, are the Pick-Up Artists themselves (entertainingly, if you get really good, you can be a Pick-Up Guru or PUG).
Before they were initiated, they were just AFCs – Average Frustrated Chumps – like the rest of us.
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You can't get far in the world of pick-up artistry without a silly name.Sartorially, that may mean wearing a fluorescent T-shirt and an asymmetric haircut, or makeup, or platform shoes – Mystery, we are told in The Game, sports the latter.This behaviour, apparently, is called “peacocking”. The jargon Similarly, like lots of little boys' clubs, the pick-up artist world has developed its own pseudo-technical language.It is not clear that any of the people involved know what they are talking about.Dr Petra Boynton, the sex educator and blogger, says that there is “no evidence of effectiveness” for any of the PUA claims.There are many different schools, but most trace their inspiration back to one man, Ross Jeffries, who founded “Speed Seduction” in 1988.