Month: August 2016

Episode #006 – RSD Max on how you can become a natural with women

Who: RSD Max is today’s guest. Max is a dating coach with RSD Nation and has just launched the most successful dating product yet. He teaches guys how to become a natural with women by developing and unleashing their true potential.

He is described by RSD Nation as having ‘an amazing repertoire of stories …  and has a gift for teaching self development and lifestyle enhancement as well. His teachings focus on state of the art strategies and knowledge on how to pickup women and become the man you have always wanted to be.’

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David Brent: Life on the road: a quick review

To be honest, it was pretty average. There were a lot of funny moments and some laugh out loud moments, but there were four people who left the theatre seperately about half way through.

If you like the Office, you should like it, as the film tries desperately to rekindle the feeling from the original series. The problem is that in the Office, there were other story lines going on and your exposure to ‘David Brent’ was restricted and he had other characters to play off. In the film, it feels really drawn out to fill time every time he is on screen. You could have easily reduced the total running time by trimming certain ‘Brent heavy’ scenes to points they stopped being funny and still would have been a better film.

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Episode #005 – James Swanwick on how cutting out alcohol can change your life, what he learnt from interviewing the greats and why you need swannies in your life right now

Who: James Swanwick. James Swanwick is an Australian-American investor and TV & podcast host based in Hollywood, California. Swanwick is the creator of the Swannies blue-light blocking glasses, 30 Day No Alcohol Challenge, and 47-Day Habit Hacker.

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Next Level Links Volume #1

Hi all, today is the last of the ProBlogger week of challenges. If you fancy finding out more about it, please see click me here.

Today’s challenge is to produce a link post. This is a post that includes links out to other content on the world wide web. A link post, highlight other content on the web that you think is suitable for your readers to know about.

Today’s challenge came at the right time as it allows me to reintroduce a roundup post that I used to do at Next Level Guy when I used to scramble to put out content. Before I would do a roundup of things I was reading on the web and this new series will be similar.

This new series will be produced on a semi-regular content and will include links on a range of topics that I feel are suitable or would benefit my readers in some way. I hope you enjoy it. There will be no real structure to this, it will cover a range of topics of interest to me that I feel are beneficial and will cover all areas of life. The links featured may or may not be recent posts, they may be years old, on a random or specialist topics, on a guest who is to come on the podcast or someone who I just like to follow. The only reason for their inclusion is that I know it well benefit you. Please feel free to send me a link to check out using the contact form on this website.

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Suicide Squad: a quick review

Suicide squad. It’s pretty terrible.

A clusterfuck of bad acting, terrible casting, pointless bad ‘lady’, little character development so you don’t give a rats ass and a horrible story.

It teaches that some can’t act, some have a very limited range, some need to be the centre of attention and they left the best character to an outside arc. After all the build up, time, promotion etc, this is a serious letdown.

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What do you want to change in your life?

Today is challenge 6 of the ProBlogger week challenge. The challenge? To pose a discussion piece, a post that starts a discussion with my lovely readers.

This challenge series has reinvigorated my love of blogging and made me passionate to develop and expand on this blog, in terms of the podcast as well as articles and review too.

However, I want to ensure that people who are coming to this site find it helpful and it is not just a place for me to waffle my weirdness out into the world. I would love it if people enjoyed it and some felt it helpful and useful with the content that I put out.

Therefore, I have made two very simple polls, which you can find below, for you to fill in and help me shape the future interviews that I do and articles as well as which review products I will be sourcing in future.

Therefore, poll 1 is all about you, it will only take you a few seconds to fill in. I would love to know what area of your life that you are struggling with. You can select multiple options or alternatively add your own selection in the option below.

 

 

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What do you think about the Next Level Guy Show

To day is challenge 6 of the ProBlogger week challenge. The challenge? To pose a discussion piece, a post that starts a discussion with my lovely readers.

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How to be unhappy and what to do about it

Another day, another challenge in the ProBlogger challenge. Today’s challenge is to produce a how-to post, a post that explains to the reader how they can do something in a structured way that the author can teach the reader to do … or at least claims enough skill at the tasks to teach another.

 

Today has been a brilliant day. I have just returned from a trip away. I attended a powerlifting clinic after an overnight stay. Everything was great, I learned a lot and met a lot of great people and on the way back, I realized something. Something that shocked me when I took account of it … I am really happy at the moment. Yes, some small areas of my life could be better, but you can’t be perfect. I’ve not always been happy, though. For large chunks of my life, I was seriously unhappy and moderately depressed. I was subscribed medication and CBT. I was told to snap out of it and just get on with it. People listed my good attributes and how I had so much going for me but, to be honest, I never really accepted it as I didn’t feel real, I just felt a phony at the time. I was really unhappy with my life and I didn’t know what to do, nothing really worked and it seemed likely to never get better anytime soon.

Yet, as I type this, I am happy. I am smiling all the time, looking forward to things, enjoying life. My mind used to race faster than Usain Bolt, throwing out problems, analyzing things and overthinking like an out of control machine. Now, I feel calm and collected and in total control.

 

How did I get here? Quite a few things seemed to have come together to have this effect and I would like to suggest some tips that worked for me:

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