Archive for the 'Culture' Category

Today's episode is contemplative, as I dive into how quickly the world has shifted and where it might go next - plus, how millenials and people in general are no longer planning their lives.

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Today's podcast is a fun one, as I describe my epic hunt to make Christmas dinner, as well as explaining how I handle the holidays as a permanent digital expat.

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In today's episode of the show, I talk about why some guys who travel from Southeast Asia to Eastern Europe are in for an ugly surprise - when it comes to dating, business, and more. Also discussed is the poisons of the "$200 Chiang Mai" lifestyle, and why moving every month is a surefire way you don't hit the next level with business.

 

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In the latest episode of the show, I yap about pre-arranged marriages and whether or not they could actually make a return to our society.

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In today's episode, I talk about the conclusion of "House of Cards", socialism and communism, and why Westerners just have it way too easy...

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In today's show, I welcome Jonathan from Modern Life Dating.

We got on the air with no outline whatsoever and just talked shopped for nearly an hour. Topics covered includle:

  • His life in Tokyo and what Japanese girls are like
  • PETA's ridiculous tweets
  • The outrage mob of the internet
  • WWIII

And much, much more. Make sure you follow him on the 'Gram as well @ModernLifeDating

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In episode 10 of the show, Kyle talks to Dr. Ralph Napolitano about a variety of topics. From Ralph's experience in the restaurant industry his entire life, to his chiropractor business, and his latest ventures in public speaking - you won't want to miss this episode.

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In the latest episode of The Daily Trouble, Kyle dives into much more depth with this interview with Online Money All Stars. In addition, the last question, he goes into more details about the horrors of socialism and communism in Ukraine...

Recommended books:

Lenin's Tomb

Resurrection

 

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Today's episode dives into a variety of Q&A questions about what makes women, travel, and general expat life tick. Many of these questions were answered in daily emails. If you'd like content like this delivered straight to your inbox, sign up at:

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Show notes:

4:12 - Kyle gets into the Q&A questions (mostly about women, some about business)

12:20 - The feeling of unrest when always moving

16:10 - How men should have already internalized game

19:30 - Kyle talks about how women can have so many choices once they grab hold of a smartphone (with Tinder, Instagram)

23:00 - The first steps in moving abroad

26:45 - Why the man should be the leader and be able to dictate how things will be with the woman

 

Relevant:

Jim's amazing comment

Getting girls on Instagram

 

 

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In TR #124, I discuss the difference between making friends as a kid and as an adult.

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When I was a kid…

- Didn’t fit in with the jocks, even though I was pretty good across all sports…I was too smart, got too of grades, didn’t cause trouble in class
- The nerdy kids were nice to met, but I didn’t really get along with them either. I much preferred sports to doing nerdy stuff like playing Magic the gathering or doing puzzles for hours
- For this reason, I just never seemed to fit in for a long time. I almost had to dumb myself down for the jocks or just act intersted in shit I wasn’t with the nerds

It took me a long time to come to terms with all of this, probably much longer than it should have. And even more, it took time to be able to ARTICULATE it and explain it in concise words

But let’s move on from that and apply it towards adulthood.

The thing is, as kids we’re all friends. Everyone wants to talk to everyone. No one is shy

So what the hell happens over time?

People stop trying to fit in anywhere, and it’s not necessarily a bad thing, it’s just how it is. But ultimately if you move to new places, you have to make new friends

But people don’t judge, most people are too scared to actually speak up against someone they don’t like. Whereas on the other hand, kids are not quite as scared to do this. I actually had a girl flat-out say in middle school (went to a private school) that she didn’t want me coming to the graduation party she was hosting.

She spread it to the wrong people and the venue actually got changed, since it was actually an official school event

See what I mean?

People actually get nicer as they get older.

So the key to fitting in and making friends as an adult is not being afraid to make the first move, because you’re going to have to. No one is going to bite your head off. Almost everyone in adulthood needs more friends and would like to expand their social circle.

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