My names Liam.
When I’m not seducing sexy ladies, or helping guys create the relationships and lifestyle that they want, I’m a musician.
I write music for films and TV shows and play in a few rock and metal bands.
I’ve been coaching with The Natural Lifestyles for the last two years.
My philosophy is based on the idea that guys already have what it takes to seduce and date women, they just don’t know it yet. So it’s my job to help them discover that for themselves.
My approach to seduction is a little bit crazy…
I have a rep for being a ‘social freedom’ guy, who pushes the acceptable norms to the extreme, finding the chinks in the social matrix and bending them to my will. I was passionate about this philosophy from a young age. When I was a teenager it used to manifest itself by me rejecting the concept of ‘fashion’ as some kind of ‘statement against conformity’. In retrospect, I just looked like a scraggy kid….
No kidding, I actually used to chat up girls on the train dressed like that. My friends would say ‘um dude…don’t know how to say this…but you actually look homeless’.
This ‘dressing outside the norm’ concept lined up perfectly when I heard about the concept of peacocking…I used to go out to bars dressed like this .
Initially I impressed the The Natural crew with my drive and determination, but they saw to it that I underwent a makeover ASAP.
Ever since I was a boy I was always ‘the good kid’. I was always that guy going ‘come on guys, I don’t think we should be doing this….’. A girl at school once said ‘Liam? No, I would never date him. He’s not enough of a bad boy.’
Like any teenage boy I had lots of rebellious masculine energy, but instead of expressing it by joining a gang, doing graffiti and getting in fights like the other guys at school, I chose instead to rebel against my own social fears. I directed all my energy towards overcoming the limitations of my mind. Pushing my comfort zone became an extreme sport for me; I was addicted.
On year 8 medieval day, I decided it would be funny to dress as a princess. I copped some flak from the tough guys in the year above me, but I loved the fact that I was doing something I was afraid of. Me and my friends had a good laugh and I won $50, it was totally worth it. It taught me to value my own fun and put myself first, rather than letting what other people think of me control what I do.
This is a huge part of my coaching; getting guys to give themselves permission to get rejected, to accept that they can’t always look cool, and let go of trying to impress other people all the time. The paradox of this is that once you implement that non-attachment philosophy, people are drawn to your open energy and actually respond much more positively to you—-> you become cool!
The flow on effect from the introspective direction of my rebellious teenage energy gave me a huge edge when I was learning seduction. Couple this with an active philosophy of not caring what people think (or to be more specific, not letting your fear of what others think control you) and you have a recipe for deadly, boundary pushing seduction.
A bird on the head is worth two in the hand.
What had started with questioning the status quo in terms of fashion evolved into ‘what is possible with seduction? How fast can I touch a woman? How fast can I kiss her? How fast can I have sex with her?’
I spent a lot of time infield trying this out for myself, and got rejected enough times to develop a healthy immunity to rejection. From that point on, things started to get crazy.
In the last 2 years I’ve been on countless crazy sex adventures. I think I was drawn to creating this kind of experiences for myself because I used to have such intense reactions to hearing about crazy sex stories of others, or seeing them in movies. I’d think ‘That’s not true! That never happens! Why does stuff like that never happen to me?’
One of the highlights was when I gave a talk to the Melbourne lair talk on social freedom, and then thought ‘if I’m so socially free, why don’t I prove it to myself? I’m going to go to the city tomorrow and try to have sex with someone, or at least kiss someone.’
I ended up having a saucy encounter with this sexy lady in the Casino toilets 20 mins after meeting her. (snapped this pic as she was on the phone to her housemates telling them she was ‘just shopping with a friend’).
And so followed many fun adventures into the world of rapid escalation. Living with my parents while I was completing my music degree added to this, always having to improvise seduction locations (laneways, public toilets, parks, under bridges, on trains, airport waiting lounge etc).
As a coach, I’m passionate about pushing the limits of what people think is possible, tearing a hole in the social matrix and holding it open long enough for a few other people to climb through with me. I love it when I see a guy just face his fears and go for what he wants, and it feels even better when I’ve helped him create that reality.
For me it’s as much about changing women’s lives as it is about helping men: there are so many women out there waiting to go on a sexual/romantic adventure, and I love the idea that I’m helping guys create those experiences for themselves and also for the women they meet.