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    Project Rockstar 2018

    Another very special summer in the books. It seems each year on Project Rockstar we get to dive deeper and deeper. Feeling very blessed to be able to do this year after year with such an incredible team. I don't think I would trade this for anything.

    The success stories this year were nothing short of incredible. From a 32-year-old Indian finance guy having been through the washing machine of 7+ years of dating bootcamps finally breaking through and discovering his masculinity, to the 48-year-old doctor reconnecting with fulfillment and genuine happiness.

    So many parties, crazy experiences, deep friendships and bonds created. This year was something else.

    But I'll let them speak for themselves. They will be posting their reviews of the summer here in the coming weeks.

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    My decision to apply to Rockstar

    I took my first bootcamp in 2013. Between 2013 and 2018, I made almost no progress with women. The initial excitement that came with finding out about ‘game’ and the revelation that one could get better at attracting women was replaced by a sense of anguish. I couldn’t un-see what I had seen. There were definitely guys out there who had made substantial progress with game after their bootcamps. I assumed that my lack of progress represented some deep, fundamental and irredeemable character flaw, and that it was likely that nothing would ever work for me. As I continued to tell myself this story of inadequacy and the harsh voice in my head grew progressively louder, I reached a point of learned helplessness. My decision to apply to Rockstar came from this place of desperation.

    The Application Process

    As much as I needed Rockstar I was scared by the thought of getting accepted. Asking for time off from work for 2 to 3 months was a daunting prospect. When I later got to the program, I realised my apprehension ran deeper because so much of my self esteem was based on being good at work, and I was leaving all that behind for the entire summer. In hindsight, one of the biggest benefits of the summer was learning to feel good about myself without relying on the crutch of achievement.

    I was as honest as possible in my application, and as each interview took place I found myself pulled in two opposite directions - feeling a sense of relief as I made it through each round while also feeling a profound anxiety about what lay ahead if I did get in.

    The Fitness Program

    The fitness program was incredibly intense from the first day. It took a lot of mental and emotional energy to keep up with it. I fell sick early on during the program, and forcing myself to go to the gym in that state was very difficult. Some of the training principles in the Gethin program also felt outdated to me based on what I’d read about fitness. But I had told myself that my approach to the entire summer was going to be to suspend disbelief and just do what the instructors told me to do. So I just executed on the program as best I could without dwelling on the inevitable questions that came up in my mind. By the end of twelve weeks I wound up losing close to 20 pounds. Hard to argue with results like that! So it reinforced my decision to follow the instructions as closely as I could.

    How is Rockstar different from every other bootcamp out there?

    I’d taken two 3-day bootcamps prior to Rockstar. In both cases the messages we were left with at the end of the weekend were

    1. the process of getting better at game is unavoidably painful. You just have to keep forcing yourself to go out to nightclubs and talk to women through the pain of hundreds of rejections.
    2. the best strategy to get through this is ‘fake it till you make it’. Act boldly on your approaches even though you aren’t feeling bold. Recite some (possibly memorised) lines to flirt or sexualise or create comfort.
    3. Rinse and repeat the above till you get good.

    The biggest difference with Rockstar that was brought home to us within the first couple of days of the program was that this philosophy of learning game was flawed at best and actively counterproductive at worst.

    In what was a very eye-opening introduction to the program, Sterling explained what was one of the guiding principles for the rest of the summer - when your primary reason for being in the nightclub is to “get good at the skillset of game”, you are very unlikely to succeed. Approaching game with the same conquest/achievement mentality that we apply to other areas of life like fitness or business is precisely what had kept us all from making progress in this area. It was the first of many insights and inner game revelations that we had over the summer.

    Some of the other key elements of the Rockstar philosophy:

    • The crucial importance of learning to have fun in the environment. As Sterling likes to say, fun is the cost of entry to begin getting good at this. With the benefit of hindsight it’s hard to overstate the importance of this lesson.
    • Outer game skills are essential and need to be learned. But what really makes a big difference is resolving the internal baggage that each of us has built up based on culture, upbringing, religious background etc.
    • Masculinity isn’t what the media portrays it to be, and it isn’t a collection of behaviours to be faked in a nightclub to impress women. Instead, masculinity is what emerged organically from within each of us as we resolve our own internal blocks.

    Most of our time in Vegas was spent understanding and implementing this philosophy while also trying to resolve our own internal baggage through a myriad of approaches. Having spent many years consuming ‘pick up’ related material online, I can categorically say that there’s nothing out there that comes close to this.

    So how effective was it?…It would be tempting to suggest that we were all magically ‘fixed’ and that game instantly became effortless thereafter. But that isn’t the case. All of us struggled a lot as we confronted our own internal demons. I was reduced to tears more times over the summer than I care to count. So if you’re hoping that Rockstar is a magic bullet that makes all your problems go away, you’ll be disappointed. But in many ways Rockstar does something far more valuable and something no standard bootcamp even attempts to do. It will address the problems that are genuinely worth addressing, the ones that you pretend aren’t there, the one’s that get swept under the carpet, the ones that have held you back in all areas of your life and not just game. So as an example, rather than trying to address the problem of “running out of things to say” by learning lines or routines, you’ll work on overcoming your fear of being authentic so you can express yourself freely. By getting to a place where you’re saying things only for self-amusement rather than to seek a reaction from the girl, “running out of things to say” will cease to be a problem.

    Finally, there’s a massive benefit in the learning environment of Rockstar that no short term bootcamp would be able to replicate. Living with 16 other guys for 9 weeks in the pressure cooker of Rockstar brings out elements of your character in ways that no bootcamp can. As an example, it’s commonly said as part of learning game that it’s important to learn to enforce your own boundaries with women. In my case, my tendency to avoid enforcing boundaries was noticed because I wasn’t doing a good job of it with my fellow rockstars, and they all told me as much in my Circle of Truth with plenty of examples that made an impact on me. So ‘enforcing boundaries’ stopped being an abstract concept to practice as part of game and instead became something fundamental that I was able to notice and work on as part of day-to-day life.

    The various Circles are arguably the most impactful component of the program. You’ll reveal things about your life that you’ve never told anybody, and perhaps never admitted to yourself. You’ll get more brutally honest feedback about your flaws and weaknesses than in almost any other environment (I say this as someone who has been at the receiving end of some rather brutal performance reviews in corporate America). You’ll also learn that you have more redeeming qualities than you give yourself credit for, that you’re capable of more than you imagine, and what genuine appreciation for you as a person sounds like. (I say this as someone who has been at the receiving end of plenty of fake flattery and ass-kissing behaviour in corporate America).

    What was it like to go through Rockstar?

    A couple of things made a big impression on me in the early days of the program.

    For one thing, the instructors were all quite different from each other. Some were extroverted while others were introverted. Their style of speaking, their sense of humour, the way they carried themselves in the club was all unique to their own personalities. In my mind, it helped to dispel the idea that you had to be a particular type of person in order to be good at game.

    I was also taken aback by the number of alumni from previous years who were visiting. For large chunks of the Vegas leg there were more alumni in the room than Rockstars. Their personalities were also very different from each other, and I remember thinking that the program must’ve made a massive impact on them if so many of them from across so many years were motivated to come back. It increased my faith in the program in the early days when everything seemed uncertain.

    Despite their varying personalities and traits, there was a common thread that we all noticed in both instructors and alumni. They were all very real, grounded and authentic.

    The daily experience of going through Rockstar is hard to put into words.


    In Vegas the days were completely packed. Keeping up with the seminars and the schedule while going out most nights along with all the inner game work we were doing was physically and emotionally draining. I’d volunteered to be the treasurer for the group too and that added to my daily responsibilities and pressure. In hindsight I’m glad I took on the role because it helped me feel good about contributing to the group even when I felt like I was making no progress on my nights out or was wrestling with some difficult internal change. On many nights out we wound up coming back to the Rockstar mansion after the sun was up. We all got used to the feeling of operating on very few hours of sleep.

    The Vegas leg in particular was an emotional rollercoaster. It wasn’t unusual to feel excitement, fear, anxiety, sadness and laughter all within a few hours of each other. There were nights out where I felt great that were followed immediately by nights out where I felt like I hadn’t learnt anything at all. One of the more eventful periods of the Vegas leg started with me coming back at 4 am after a rough night at XS Night Swim to find that the Rockstar mansion was burglarised and a lot of my stuff had been taken. In the week that followed I went skydiving with the other Rockstars, did yin yoga, had profound internal breakthroughs as part of the inner work we were doing, went to a strip club and ended the week by getting my first couple of make outs at the club and almost pulling a girl home. All were firsts for me. That week is likely to go down as one of the most memorable of my life!

    Throughout Rockstar it was universally true that each of us could see the progress in the other Rockstars but not in ourselves. So the urge to compare and beat yourself up is irresistible. Coming to terms with that, learning to not let any individual night bother you, and accepting that each person is on his own journey is a big part of the summer.

    The Road trip

    The group chose to go to Mykonos and Krakow for our road trip. It was great having some space to ourselves after the intensity of Vegas. It was also my first ever trip to Europe, so I was really looking forward to it.

    Mykonos was an amazing party island with terrible infrastructure. We’d rented a huge mansion at the top of a hill and the views of the Mediterranean were stunning. Also stunning in Mykonos were the beach parties and the women. It felt like this tiny island was a magnet for the hottest women from all over Southern Europe.

    I enjoyed my time there a lot but also struggled a lot with game and my general mindset. The feeling that I was regressing was intense and a lot of meditation, speaking with the instructors and my fellow rockstars is what got me through that period. I couldn’t shake the feeling that my progress in Vegas had been a fluke. At this period more than any other, I had to learn the lesson to be gentle on myself, focus on the fundamentals and set a low bar for how I was defining success.

    One of the more tragic things that happened as we left Mykonos for Krakow was one of the Rockstars pulling out of the program for personal medical reasons. It came as a shock to us, and we had to regroup once we got to Krakow.

    Krakow wound up being a ton of fun too. Beautiful city, cheap and delicious food, and a great night life. One of the rockstars was from there, so he was able to show us around the city. We also took one of the mornings to visit Auschwitz. It was a chilling, solemn place and as a history buff I took in everything I could from that experience.


    Sweden was the most difficult place for game among all the places we’d gone to. Any attempt at normal conversation fell flat and it was all about having fun, becoming part of the environment and being incredibly bold. Still, given how hot Swedish women are, we were all really motivated to figure out the unique challenges of gaming here. It helped that the hotel we were staying at was at the heart of town and all the big clubs were at walking distance.

    A few alumni came back, and some said they couldn’t believe the changes in the few short weeks since they’d seen me last. That was really gratifying to hear because regardless of how much progress I made I was always second guessing myself, a habit I haven’t kicked yet.

    The Circle of Truth happened in the first few days of our time there. It went on for 17 hours, and some of them were brutal! I’m sure that for some, that day will be a real turning point for the rest of their lives.

    Over the next couple of weeks, the instructor-student relationship from our time in Vegas became a lot more informal and friendly. It was great getting to know them on more friendly terms. As rockstars we also took the opportunity to spend as much time with each other as possible because we realised our journey together was almost over. We spent a day at a lake house on the outskirts of Stockholm, went to the local amusement park, and ate at Max Burger way more than we should have.

    As the three weeks in Sweden drew to a close we had the Circle of Appreciation. As someone who’d struggled with self doubt throughout the program, this made a huge impact on me. I already thought of everyone in the group as brothers, and I knew they had no reason to lie to me. To hear them talk about the progress I’d made, the innate strength they saw in me as a person and how much they appreciated me and my contributions to the meant the world to me! The memory of that evening is one that I’ll carry with me for the rest of my life.

    The final party at The Wall was bittersweet. We were having so much fun that we became the centre of attention for the entire club. Girls were attracted to our table like moths to a flame. It was a fitting final lesson for the summer - that when you’re just having a ton of fun with genuinely no agenda it automatically attracts everyone to you.

    As the night wore on I had some of the deepest conversations I’d had over the entire summer with the instructors, alumni and my fellow rockstars. By the end of the evening it wound up being too much for me and I was reduced to tears at the thought of the journey being over.

    Final thoughts

    It was a common refrain throughout the summer that ‘you don’t get the Rockstar you want, you get the Rockstar you need’. I applied to Rockstar to get good at game. At the end of the summer, I still have some road to travel to get as good as I want to. But given where I started its undeniable that I made way more progress than I ever would’ve been able to on my own. I was headed down a dark path, and Rockstar has at the very least righted the ship and pointed it in the right direction.

    I’ve travelled to 8 countries during Rockstar and the month since it ended. Looking back, it’s hard to believe that seeing so much of the world, as incredible as it was, doesn’t make the list of top ten most memorable things from the summer. Instead what stands out is the brotherhood of the entire Rockstar community, the deep friendships and meaningful experiences we shared, the internal confidence that came from facing my own demons, and a living demonstration that it’s possible to compress years worth of living out in the ‘real world’ into just weeks. It’s impossible to un-see how full life can be when you’re filling your days with the right influences and constantly living at the edge of your comfort zone with a group of like minded supportive people.

    My goal has always been to live life creatively, so that when the end comes I can look back and say that I lived life on my own terms. I can’t imagine a more authentic expression of creative living than going through Rockstar.

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    Project Rockstar 2018 review

    The cliff notes are that Project Rockstar is undoubtedly one of the most important things I have done in my life and I have no doubt that my life, and the lives of my friends and family, are going to be much better off for having participated in it.


    I remember being an optimistic 18 year old heading to university with adulthood ahead of me. The world seemed to be an exciting place, full of opportunity and abundance. Over the course of the following ten years, I lost that lust for life. I made good money and was able to travel a bunch, but I found it very difficult to connect with other people. People perceived me as aloof or arrogant but inside I was actually just incredibly emotionally repressed and terrified of other peopleís judgement. One consequence of this was that I found it close to impossible to form deep connections with women. I didnít really have a problem with superficial socialising but I was very insecure and had difficulty just being real with people. This, combined with the lack of any real purpose or meaning in my life lead to me concluding that living itself was utterly pointless. I remember thinking last year that the only reason not to commit suicide was because it would cause my family a huge amount of suffering.

    It was from this place of pain that I applied to Project Rockstar. I had deep reservations and shame around it. Even applying forced me to admit to myself how unhappy I was. It was not comfortable writing in the application that I felt like a failure who had been rejected by every women I had ever liked. That alone forced me to step out of my Walter Mitty fantasy life and set cogs in motion to change myself.


    Pre Rockstar, there is a mandatory fitness component which is based on a modified Kris Gethin workout program from We kept a strict diet and were all in great shape upon reaching Vegas, so in that sense it did itís job. With that said, many of the rockstars who are more knowledgeable about this area consider Gethinís program to be outdated at this point and one even thinks a lot of the recommendations are very bad for you. I think this aspect of the program will be modified in the future as there seems to be a lot of feedback on it.

    The Journey

    The program begins with a ten day bootcamp in Vegas which lays the foundations for the nine weeks ahead. It is an incredible amalgamation of ten years of personal development work which the lead instructors have undertaken, drawing on influences such as Tony Robbins, Wim Hoff, Landmark and many more. Of course they add their own slant, creating a unique standalone program which has the potential to transform your life if you let it. A group of 15 students came in just for the ten day so it was pretty crowded during this period. Everyone got along well though and such was the impact of the program that it felt like a totally different group of guys on day ten from the group that showed up on day one.

    Following the ten day, we embarked upon some of the deepest inner work in the whole program. The ten day only students left and some external coaches came in to help the Rockstars dive into our deep set issues. Most of this related back to our childhood and formative teenage years where our behaviour patterns and relationships with the world were formed. Breaking these deep set patterns required some pretty intense effort so the therapies were often quite dramatic and spectacular. Iíll refrain from going into more detail in order to avoid spoilers!

    Of course throughout all of this we continued to go out almost every night in Vegas. Nightlife in that city is unique - there is something big every night of the week and the place has insane energy. Quite early in the program I began to really enjoy nightclubs and EDM, something I would have considered close to impossible beforehand.

    Following Vegas, we embarked upon our road trip. Our destinations of choice were Mykonos and Krakow. These two contrasting environments facilitated further opportunities for growth. With the guidance of the instructors removed we were left to fend for ourselves in all aspects. The group had various issues during this period and it gave us a chance to develop leadership, organisational and conflict resolution skills.

    The final leg of the trip was in Stockholm, Sweden. The city is really nice as are the people but the nightlife here presents a unique challenge compared to the previous parts of the program. People are very reserved during the day and let loose by getting very drunk when they go out at night. They are purely out to dance and party so any deep conversations at night are usually met with a weird look. This gave us the chance to practise being more fun and light hearted in our interactions.

    We also had two circles in Sweden - the circle of truth and the circle of appreciation. Both of these were extremely impactful for me and for the group as a whole. In the circle of truth everyone in the group takes a turn in the middle and people pass a voice recorder round and give their criticisms of you with no sugar coating. There is basically no other scenario where people are so brutally honest with you and while the criticism can sting, itís another amazing opportunity for growth. The circle of appreciation is a lot less tense, but similarly opens up a space for everyone in the group to compliment you on your virtues, something most men are very uncomfortable with.

    The final party in Sweden was a bittersweet end to Rockstar. It was amazing fun, drinking champagne and having a blast at the most exclusive club in Sweden with the guys I went through this amazing journey with. The fact that it was coming to an end definitely tinged the occasion with sadness though, as Iím sure I will never have another 9 weeks as impactful as Project Rockstar.


    I think the impact that Project Rockstar has had on my life can be well understood by reflecting on a few key changes in my life since the program ended.

    1. I have had the deepest, most real conversations with my family that I have ever had. I told my parents that I love them for the first time in my life. I let my sisters know that I care about them and changed the direction of our relationships going forward. I have opened up about feeling suicidal and depressed in the past, something I was so ashamed of that I repressed it and hid from view. I have gone from someone who was totally emotionally closed off to someone who is extremely honest and authentic, even when that feels uncomfortable.

    2. I now go out to a bar, drink no alcohol (and have no desire to do so), and have as much fun as anyone there. I am great at meeting new people and have minimal social anxiety compared to a few months ago. I feel like I add something to the environment when I go out now, and people have a better night because I am there. Contrast this with pre Rockstar, when I would go out with the main objective of getting drunk so that I could numb my pain and reduce my inhibitions.

    3. Iíve gone back to the same job as I had and hated pre Rockstar but now I love it. I now have a sense of gratitude for how lucky I am to be in the position I am in and I have a sense of excitement for what I am going to achieve in the future. Pre Rockstar, I lived an ostensibly enviable lifestyle, travelling the world and making more money than almost all my peers, but inside I was totally miserable. I never felt like my achievements were good enough and my only self worth came from whether other people liked me or how much money I had made. Now I care very little about that stuff but am very excited about what the future is going to bring

    These changes in outlook and behaviour are manifestations of the deep internal shifts which I made throughout the course of the summer.. I went into Project Rockstar as an incredibly emotionally closed person. I had told exactly zero people before Project Rockstar that I had suicidal thoughts and I had many events from my past that I never discussed but which I had immense guilt, shame or embarrassment about. Project Rockstar helped me work through these issues and grow into someone much more open and confident. At the end of the 9 weeks I felt that I had way less baggage than I had entered the program with.

    On top of this, I have always been someone who was averse to conflict and confrontation. Throughout the 9 weeks I had conflicts with both other Rockstars and the instructors over various different issues. The roadmap we were given to deal with such things gave me the confidence to deal with the issues head on and as a result I am far more confident and assertive in these situations now.

    Relationships with women

    This is the obvious pain point which drives most people (including myself) to apply for Project Rockstar. Upon arriving, the lead instructor jokes that this is the biggest bait and switch youíll ever have witnessed. He says this because the content of the program is about improving yourself inside, not learning some tricks about how to talk with women. As you become a better, more solid individual you naturally become a more attractive person. I would say this has clearly been the case for me.

    A big part of what attracted me to Project Rockstar over other programs was that the core content comes from a really good place. The program emphasises treating women well, coming from a place of giving rather than taking and isnít given to the kind of misogyny that can be quite common in the dating/relationship advice space. This is not to say that there are not times when people overstep the mark but as a group I think we self-policed very well. Overall I am certain that the women in my life will be far better off because I took part in Project Rockstar.


    I came into the program as someone who already had quite a lot of friends. However, the bonds I created with the other Rockstars over the 9 weeks are unique. Nobody else has seen me as vulnerable and emotional as these guys, not to mention experience the rollercoaster that is the program itself. This all means that I am sure I will be in contact with this group of guys for the rest of my life. Itís really incredible to meet a bunch of guys who are as motivated to improve as you are. Making new close friends as an adult is something that is not particularly easy, so I will always be grateful that Project Rockstar introduced me to such a great group of guys.


    Project Rockstar is undoubtedly very expensive. However, it has clearly been worth it for me even in purely dollar terms. Before Rockstar, I had little motivation to keep working. I felt that more money would have very little impact on my happiness day to day and so struggled to see the point. Now I am super motivated. There are so many things I want to see and do that I finally have a reason to strive to make money again. In this way alone, Rockstar pays for itself. Add in the amount of personal growth and all of the other things I have gained from Rockstar and itís undoubtedly the best investment Iíve made in my life.


    It scares me to think where I would be had I not participated in Project Rockstar. I was incredibly depressed, but too emotionally closed to talk to anyone about it. I lived a superficially enviable life but felt very little connection to other people, even my friends and family. Project Rockstar has enabled me to overcome this and set me on track to lead a happy and fulfilling life. I am now very optimistic and excited about the future. I will forever be grateful for having found Project Rockstar and I have no doubt that I will continue to be part of the network and community for years to come.

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    Australian, 31yrs old Digital Nomad.

    ďLetís finally fix this girl thing...Ē

    Before attending Project Rockstar I considered myself moderately successful in business, and was happy with my fitness progress, but had maybe not an outwardly obvious, but certainly inwards anxiety in social situations, especially with women.
    Previously I had told myself I simply enjoyed relationships, which of course I did, but I had gone from major relationship to major relationship, partly becuase I didnít enjoy the uncomfortableness I felt when being single, and having to reflect on and be frustrated with my inability to attract a female I found attractive.
    It was obviously enough of a pain point for me to discuss this with a business friend, who luckily for me, was a previous attendee of Project Rockstar, and without telling me too much really recommended I check it out.
    Iím now happy to say that chance conversation over a burger was lifechanging for me in ways I would never have guessed, but most importantly for the interest of the guy reading this who is currently in the position I was in, my life has now changed towards women dramatically too.

    ďBut first - to get in the best shape of your life...Ē

    Once you are accepted into the program (tip - there were ALL types of guys on the program, so simply putting in an honest, respectable and concerted effort into the application process will go further than trying to impress) the first aspect you will be confronted with is the 12-week fitness transformation.
    This part of the program I wish I had have taken more seriously, as at the time I undervalued just how impactful being Ďforcedí into an environment of taking your dieting & working out so seriously for 12 weeks, with very expensive repercussions, as well as a peer group you donít want to let down was. This kind of environment created incredible changes in all of the Rockstars, and now with hindsight it is an incredible opportunity, similar to being forced to Ďget in shape for a movieí in that without such a large reason to put in such extreme efforts, you simply will not in normal life, even with the knowledge of what to do. It is an amazing feeling turning up on Day 1 of the program being in the best shape of your life, and thereís no doubting the Ďregimení if you will get those results or not... if you follow the instructions for 12 weeks, you too will be in the best shape of your life.

    ď what is it like turning up on Day 1?Ē

    I came into Project Rockstar not having attended any Ďpickupí events in the past, and for this reason was fairly intimidated to actually turn up. If you have been to one of the 3-days or 10-days with the Project Rockstar team though, you will know the very first day or two is actually *way* less confronting than I was expecting!
    Of course I had this immense fear of being pushed into doing exactly the thing I was scared of doing the most, but I really appreciated the manner in which they teach and ease you into overcoming that fear, and it very quickly becomes fun which was seriously impressive and awesome.

    ďSo- how are you now with girls?Ē

    Each Rockstar came into the program at different levels of experience, and therefore once they stacked the 9 weeks of progression ontop of that also left at different levels of mastery.
    Going into the program I knew that I was an awesome guy once girls got to know me, I just had no idea how to Ďget them to like meí and was shit scared of letting a girl know that I liked her.
    The program the team have built and developed over all the last iterations of Project Rockstar is extremely in-depth and comprehensive, and they have truly sought out every life-changing lesson they have been able to find themselves to package up something that I canít imagine to be much better!
    I honestly thought I just had to Ďlearn a few things here and there and a few tricks, and just put in the practiseí...but what I didnít realise I was massively getting in my own way with simply the core beliefs and experiences I had grown up in and around, and now my entire attitude towards women is a much more awesome, healthy, masculine and importantly successful foundation I truly wish every man in life has the opportunity to develop.
    ...and of course that has resulted in successes both on and after the program that I never would have dreamed of *actually* happenning (even though I Ďsecretly knew I had it in meí... just how the hell to get it out?!)
    Iíll give you fair warning though... the Ďfearí never Ďgoes awayí... however a combination of your new beliefs, the actionable lessons you learn to put into practise, and 9 weeks straight of breaking down and practising every element of an interaction you have ever thought of, and pushing the limits of what you thought possible, simply gives your brain enough reference points to completely ignore the fear, which is what Ďcourageí actually is. I canít think of a better way to develop so much Ďcourageí than 9 weeks of this process and feedback loop including the reviews and breaking down what happened the night before every morning.
    Simply awesome.

    ďWhat else did you learn?Ē

    This is probably less interesting and appealing to you before attending, as it would have certainly been to me, but now that Iíve been through the whole program, there are a few freaking enormous things I learnt from Project Rockstar that I didnít expect, but I would do the program again just for:

    • Learning how to Ďget out of your head, and into your body, and truly have and spread fun whenever you like, including in a nightclub soberí. I had easily some of the most fun nights Iíve ever had in a nightclub in my life, completely sober. (If I had learnt how to do this 10 years ago, I would have saved the cost of the program on what Iíve spent on drinks over that period, let alone counting lost productivity from hangovers too!)
    • Learning how to truly feel and express my emotions, to myself and to others, and by default to love myself completely every day. This ties in with eliminating that nagging feeling of Ďam I enough?í Eg. Smart enough/ rich enough/ buff enough/ good looking enough/ cool enough? Which used to couple with the social anxiety I would feel in a room of people I didnít know or a girl I found intimidatingly attractive.
    • How to lead in life through my masculine core and how to be the man my future girl/s over my life time craves and deserves. This is so awesome. My exgirlfriend actually pushed me into turning up to the program, as I applied while we were apart, and we were dating again when I found out I got in. I donít know if we will try things again in the future, but whoever my future girlfriends or wife etc will be, they deserved for me to attend Project Rockstar, so I am very glad that I did, for me, but also for them too.

    ďHow about Business/ Money/ Lifestyle etc?Ē

    Before attending Project Rockstar I was already living the digital nomad lifestyle in Bali, having focussed on optimising my life for freedom over the previous 3-5 years already, so I didnít think I would learn much from the business & lifestyle area of the course, even though I was excited for it still too.
    I actually was asked to do a presentation on my expertise which mad me step up and take myself more seriously as an expert in that area which was great.
    However I still learnt a tonne of awesome things from the other business mentors, presentations, and network that is Project Rockstar. Only towards the end of the program did I start realising just how extensive and powerful the network of both other attendees and previous attendees and instructors is, with there being someone who is world level elite in nearly any field you can think of being a member of the community that you also join once you finish the program.
    This is super valuable! I feel like Iím a member of a secret club now that Ďhas the code to enjoying lifeí and travels the world doing that with other club members while partying with women, it truly is ĎThe Rockstar Life!í
    Having said that, itís not a cheap life! But seeing, and more importantly feeling a part of the level that everyone plays life on, both women, business, happiness, passion pursuits, and all areas of life, I feel a strong desire and motivation now to step up and join that level of my peers, which I will be directing my focus now post-Rockstar to putting into my Ďreal lifeí levelling up everything. Itís super powerful as before I was quite happy to chill out on $2k/month in Bali playing at that level, but now I know I, and the people that I want to be around me, deserve to play life at the top of our game, when and how we like, and I have the peer support to feel like that will be my normal from now on.

    I didnít feel like I particularly Ďneeded more friendsí going into the program, but the caliber of people, and the closeness, trust, and friendship you will develop with the other Rockstars on the program - it would usually take years to develop such friendships, so itís hard to value friends you donít have yet, but know this is pretty incredible having a worldwide network of guys that will bend over backwards to help you, or simply meet and bond over girls with!

    ďDo I think it was worth it?Ē

    Both time, and monetary investment?
    (even though it was biggest commitment I have ever made by a long shot)

    PS. If youíre still on the fence, and want to Ďsee what itís likeí in visual format, I recorded a private story of my Rockstar journey on my Instagram for close friends only that includes very personal details, feelings & fun over my 9-week journey. If you would like to view it, send me a DM and mention youíve come from Project Rockstar and Iíll be happy to share it with you privately too @gunhudson

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    It’s been a few of months since Rockstar ended and I’m still trying to make sense of everything that happened, but my general feeling is it was all worth it. The cost, the lack of sleep, the spiritual journey, the emotional rollercoaster, the mental confusion. As painful as it was, it was all worth it because in retrospective, I needed to go through all of it. A few months ago I wasn’t even ready to accept I needed this program - Because I thought I was “fine”.

    Think Again

    Last week I was telling one of my good friends from school about the program and after a few minutes, she interrupted me to tell me how cool it was that I took the time to do a program like this, but that she didn’t understand why I needed it. She told me I was already an awesome guy - “I guess you’ve got 9 out of 10 in life [cool job, friends, social circle...] and now you’re pursuing that one missing part [The right girl]”. Fuck, that’s exactly what I thought! But I was wrong. I started Rockstar being (ignorantly) arrogant thinking I only needed to fix one thing. I started Rockstar thinking it was gonna be just another personal development program that was gonna help me fix my one problem. But I was wrong. As I slowly got my ego shattered, as I started discovering and dealing with my toxic mental patterns, as I started trusting my peers and the instructors, and as I started discovering my authenticity, I realized I needed the context and intense experiences embedded in the program to keep healing and transforming myself. It was the only way for me to truly realize how troubled I was and how long the road will be. Even though in terms of game, I’m still far from achieving my pre-program expectations - which I now know were rather unrealistic -, I know all of my efforts were worth it because I’m not blind anymore. I’m now “aware of reality” and I acquired the tools to keep developing a solid game that’s congruent with who I am. I’m now grateful that the program wasn’t only about game and that it allowed me to focus on the foundations of my relationship with myself, with women and with the larger environment.

    If you think you’re fine and that to have a fulfilling life you only need to fix your game, think again. That might actually be the first clue that you need this program. There’s a saying in the Rockstar community that you get the program you need, not the one you want. That’s what happened to me and that’s what happened to the other guys. Don’t get me wrong, game is still the main theme of the program, but it ends up being an application of changing/developing/improving inner foundations - which can be also applied to other areas of life.

    The Strategy

    In retrospective, the game strategy taught in the program, as profound as it is, is not really too hard conceptually. Oversimplifying:

    1. Go out to have fun: This will allow you to loosen up, plug into the environment and have an inviting attitude to meet cool people and chicks who are also out to have fun.
    2. Be bold: In interactions with girls, bring the masculine presence. There should be a punch of masculine intent/energy behind what you say and do.
    3. Once you’re warmed up with fun and boldness, you’ll be in a state when you can effortlessly approach and flirt with a girl you really like. Connecting, flirting and escalating sexually will feel natural. You’ll be in flow. You can be Authentic. That’s when shit happens.

    Simple. And it works. I saw it worked for most of the guys and I got a glimpse of it throughout the program. It was awesome. Here’s the catch though… and this is why I think going through this program is as painful as it is rewarding:

    - Did We Stop Having Fun?
    The philosophy of having fun was one the most contradictory things for me. This was supposed to be the easy part. I’ve been going to clubs since I was 16 and I’m considered to be an extrovert by most people. I’m seen as “the guy who has fun”. Yet, during the Vegas leg, night after night I was coming back to the mansion frustrated because I hadn’t gotten laid. No matter how amazing the night was, I ended up beating myself up because my objective was to get laid and everything else was judged as a failure in my mind. During the debriefs with the instructors, I became aware that sadly I had stopped going out just to have fun as I used to do when I was in high school and college. I realized I was always going out with the ulterior motive of getting laid. Reflecting back, I think I developed that pattern sometime in my mid 20s (so around 10 years ago) as a result of seeing myself doing and achieving everything I thought was “right” in life, but still not getting “results” with women. So not only going out had become a shore, but also an energy draining game I could hardly win. That’s how my whole Rockstar journey started. Realizing that I had a hard time doing what was supposed to be easy for me. Shit!. Changing this behavioral patterns has been painful and slow, but I believe Rockstar provides the most effective environment to make that happen. This kind of ingrained patterns can take months of years to correct with our regular life routines, and in Rockstar we’re forced to make it happen in a matter of weeks - as it’s a component of solid game and it opens up the possibilities of meeting and attracting women. It’s intense and it’s painful, and it feels like forever, but even though I still sometimes struggle with this aspect, my attitude towards going out and enjoying the game started to improve as I started learning and applying the principles and tools taught in the program: Not judging myself, getting into sate, surrendering, letting go of the agenda, etc.

    - Inner Game is a Prerequisite:
    The relationship with our minds and with ourselves needs to be in a healthy place. Inner believes about ourselves and about woman need to help us, not hurt us and hold us back. This sounds so obvious, yet we don’t take care of it as we should. And if this is not there, nothing else will work. Most of my Vegas leg was about realizing my relationship with my mind was extremely unhealthy. I was criticizing myself very harshly, I didn’t consider myself worthy of the women I like, I didn’t believe in myself. Most nights out in Vegas were about experiencing this patterns, learning to accept them and using the tools learned in the seminars to improve my relationship with myself. After each rejection or each rough night, the topic for me became more and more about not judging myself, not shaming myself, trusting myself, loving myself, believing in myself. It’s fucking hard and I’m still working on it. But this is where the gold is. These are skills for the self and for life that go beyond just pick up. I had to suffer a lot of nights to accept that I was shaming myself, to see that I was judging myself and to start braking those patterns. I saw how the nights when I was free from toxic mental patterns and believes were the ones when I had the most fun and made the most progress in game. I saw how those patterns would sneak back and how girls would react when I wasn’t OK with myself. My energy was weird, my comments were weird. Girls would feel it and reject me or excuse themselves. Now I can understand why girls acted how they acted. If (deep inside) I didn’t feel worthy of being with myself, how could I expect them to be with me?

    This is one of the main points in which Rockstar was different from any other bootcamp I did (and I did a few). I was always too afraid of approaching or getting rejected in general, so I would either not do it at all or just take the approach as a painful mission. This is a non-starter and I couldn’t even practice the teachings properly. I’d say the main focus of Rockstar is on Inner Game, so once that’s in a good place, we get to do the fun stuff. I was personally in a very bad place regarding Inner Game, so I had to spend a lot of time working on it. Now I’m finally in a place where I can start enjoying the game, instead of seeing it as a painful experience. After Vegas, as the program continued, while frustrated with my progress and results, I came to accept with the help of the instructors that this is a life-long process and that I still have a lot of improvement to do in this area. And that’s OK. The relationship with our minds is in a way life itself, so I now understand that there’s no quick fix and I’m willing to continue the journey. I can already see the difference in my everyday life.

    … Healing
    If Inner game is your nemesis, I really think you should consider applying to Project Rockstar as helping us heal is a keystone of the program. The mission of Project Rockstar is to help men heal and the instructors are really good at it. Through a variety of exercises ranging from psychological to spiritual, we uncovered some really hardcore past experiences that were the cause of our suffering and which had ignited mental and emotional patterns that can be unhealthy or just don’t serve us anymore. It’s hard to go through that process, so the program provides the right context (instructors, information, peer support, etc) and a safe environment to start healing. Again, this goes well beyond game. Poor inner game might be the reason for not getting girls, but most importantly, it extends to being a reflection of our inner suffering and it therefore affects our whole lives. For some of the guys, we saw how that was affecting them and the people around them. in my case, I realized I had been burying that suffering for a long time and that I had been developing toxic mental and behavioral patterns to keep it inside and not show it to the world. I guess I unconsciously thought being vulnerable would made me look weak, but it turns out it was the burden of all the crap I was keeping inside me that was making me weaker and weaker throughout the years. I feel both lighter and stronger now. This stuff are not healed by a conventional shrink. It requires intense experiences facilitated by unconventional techniques, safety, trust and support. That’s what Rockstar offers.

    - Outer Game is a Language:
    The way Outer Game is taught in Rockstar is quite different from the other bootcamps I’ve been to. I personally don’t think one method is better than the other, but they’re different. Classic outer game, which comes from the Mystery Method, is taught as a linear process (Open, Attract, Qualify…) with routines to use in each phase of the process. Whereas Rockstar’s Outer Game is regarded and therefore taught as a language. Even though there’s an emphasis on conversational skills to properly push the interaction forward, the underlying concept of Outer Game is that communication happens energetically and through body language. So behind what we say, there’s a layer of subcommunication happening simultaneously. Intent, eye contact, touching, etc is what matters. Girls speak this language really well and guys with no game don’t. So we must learn it, and as any language, it can only be learned by practicing and calibrating until things start to click.
    I personally don’t advocate one method over another. I think both ways, with time, will get us to become good at “feeling” the girl and the interaction and just act in a way that feels right - without needing routines or lines. And now that I’m feeling better with my inner game, I wonder how the MM/Linear way would go for me if I tried it again as I still think routines that you can safely memorize and practice in front of the mirror before going out can give you a sense of confidence when we’re new at this. But I already spent a few months with the subcommunications method during Rockstar, and I learned to like it, so I’m sticking with it. From my perspective, the Rockstar method is truly hard at the beginning because there’s a lot of things to juggle with at the same time with little structure, but we can also hit proficiency faster since the very first day of practice, we’re already learning to calibrate and feel the interaction - which is one of the main skills to develop in game. And truth be told, my experience is that when we’re coming from the right place (solid inner game, authenticity), what we say doesn’t really matter much. We usually just opened with “hi, my name is...”.


    There’s so many things to juggle with at same time during Rockstar. Besides the above, there’s concepts like Boldness and Masculinity, Exercising Agency, Letting Go, Giving, Authenticity, Being free, etc. It’s really a lot as each one requires a whole personal journey, so as we go through the program is hard to see how we’re actually progressing, but now that I’m out in real life and starting to patiently work on the ensemble of principles, I’m starting to see the connections between them and how they can truly lead to a more fulfilled and integrated life. It’s hard to see it in the heat of the program, but I now understand how one of the pillars of Rockstar is Fulfillment and why it was so important for the instructors to make us drink from the firehose the whole summer. Something got ignited inside us and now we got to take home these principles and tools to feel more alive and get closer to personal fulfillment. That’s why it was all worth it.

  6. #6
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    Pre Rockstar:

    Before applying for Project Rockstar, I was a guy who would get anxiety in social settings, especially when it came to meeting women. I was about to hit my 30s and I've had a total of two relationships that both ended badly. At the end of my second relationship, I was not happy with myself and who I felt as a person internally. I felt unworthy talking to the gorgeous women that I saw in clubs or walking in the streets. Honestly, I was scared out of my mind at the thought of cold approaching any girl. I would dread going to clubs or parties because I knew exactly how the script would play out. I would get to the club, stand around with my buddies in the corner, and look at everyone else having fun. I was in my head so often afraid to speak my mind. I dreamed of becoming this confident guy who could approach girls and have a fun time socializing through the night.

    Project Rockstar spoke to me when they talked about inner game. It was about working through our negative beliefs, breaking out of our shell, and getting to a point that will naturally bring out the masculine man that people want to be around. It was self-improvement course that would help each Rockstar become the best person they could become. The fact that I could work on this for nine weeks with other guys who are just as dedicated really sold me. I knew this is what I really needed and I just had to apply.
    I will admit that I had an internal struggle when I was working on my application for Project Rockstar. My mind was telling me, ďAre you seriously going to take 9 weeks off from work?Ē The fact I was still working on my application while going through this struggle really showed that this was an area of pain that I needed fixed.

    The Application Process:

    I had only taken one bootcamp six years ago where I did not make the progress that I wanted to see. I did not know any of the students, alumni, or instructors prior to Project Rockstar. I worked extra hard and put in tons of time in my application because I desperately wanted to get in. I rewrote my application three times before I was satisfied with it. I made sure I was honest and genuine at where I stood in terms of game and how I felt as a person in the application. I actually learned quite a bit about myself as a person working on this application. I felt relief receiving an email that I made it to the interview rounds. After the final group interview, I found out that I was accepted into Project Rockstar. I felt so much excitement at what this program has to offer along with tons of anxiety thinking about all the fears I was about to face.

    The Fitness Program

    Youíre thrown right into the fitness program and expected to be on top of your workouts, tracking, diet, supplements, and blogs. The gym sessions would last around 2-3 hours a day. Fitness was my life during the three months. I ate the same healthy foods every single day for three months just to make it easier for me to stay on track with the diet. The fitness program was not easy, but the discipline required getting through this program made a profound impact on my Rockstar experience. It shifted my mind from focusing on the end result to enjoying the process and journey. This mental shift played a huge role in my growth as a person and I still look back at this fitness program as the turning point. On the last week of the program, I felt a little bit of sadness that the fitness program was ending because of how much I was enjoying the structure. The results really showed at the end of the program where I lost 30lbs of fat while gaining muscle.

    Las Vegas

    The Las Vegas leg of Project Rockstar was filled with seminars, activities, and going out to night clubs. It was pretty cool to see so many of the Rockstar alumni come back and be a part of the program. Right from the beginning, we created a container to share our struggles with not just women, but life in general. We had our own demons that we were dealing with and we were all going to work together through the journey.

    Our journey kicked off fast with the 10 day program. The 10 day program seminars were long, intense, and quite deep. The instructors went into the core of our inner self and brought up the internal struggles each of us were holding on to. Facing these layers, I saw some raw masculinity start to shine in every Rockstar. I have never seen this type of work done and it was impressive how different the Rockstars carried themselves after the 10 day. I could just sense there was a shift in our demeanor. At first, I was skeptical on whether it was possible for me to actually change fundamentally on Project Rockstar; however, the 10 day program convinced me that we were going to become better men by the end of the nine weeks.

    I kept thinking to myself what I was doing on this program the first night we went out to the nightclub. There were tons of hot women and I had no idea what I was supposed to do. I was terrified of approaching any women. I felt like I was going through so much internal pain to take that first step and talk to her. Luckily, the instructors made each night simple by giving us a single goal to focus on. Eventually, through the skills we learned, approaching became much more manageable. Night after night, the approaching became easier and the pain of rejection did not affect me anymore. The fear of approaching never went away, but it was a great improvement from when I first started. As we learned more and more about outer game, the interactions became longer. Through these experiences, I achieved so much growth that I know it would have taken me years of pain to learn outside of Project Rockstar.

    I had never brought a woman back from a club or bar in my life until two weeks into the program. The girl was instantly into me right off the bat. Everything was coming out naturally and the attraction just kept growing. This is exactly what I wanted out of the program. In the past, I used routines that never worked for me. I always felt fake when I tried to use them and the women could see right through me. After a few songs, we went back to her hotel with our hands locked together. I felt like the king of the world that night.

    At the end of Vegas, I was reflected back on the first four weeks of Project Rockstar. This program created an environment that made it easy for me to face my fears and push my boundaries to get as much reference experience as possible. It is one thing to say that you will push your boundaries every day and another to be surrounded by guys actually doing it. It was only through this that I was able to gain valuable knowledge. I had a notebook full of inner game notes, outer game notes, personal thoughts, and really helpful advice from Rockstar alumni who went through their journey in the past.

    The Roadtrip

    After the final party in Vegas, we packed our bags and headed out to Mykonos. The mansion in Mykonos is probably a place where I would love to retire. We were facing a full moon over the calm sea every night. We rode ATVs from our mansion to the city and everywhere in between. The island knows how to party every single hour to the day. Mykonos is just hot women central for all of Europe. Some of the Rockstars were hanging out with models that were absolutely gorgeous. I had quite a struggle in the first few days of being away from the instructors and on my own in Greece. I felt like some things were finally clicking towards the end of Vegas, but I was getting nowhere with the women here. It took a few days before I started to make some breakthroughs and progress was made. The experience of trying to figure it on my own was another source of growth on this program.

    My most memorable interaction from the entire trip was with this cute girl from the UK that I met at a day club. I looked her in the eyes and told her how cute she was. She giggled and I took her to our table. We went from partying at the table with the Rockstars to the beach where it was dark and we were alone. The interaction was special because the instant connection I felt was something that I know that I want in a relationship moving forward. As I'm writing this review, I'm still shocked at how different I was in Mykonos compared to when I first landed in Las Vegas for Project Rockstar. This would have never happened in a million years on my own.

    Krakow was a different pace compared to Las Vegas and Mykonos. I ended up bonding with so many of the Rockstars in this city and really got to know them better. We had a Rockstar who lived here and he helped make the week as smooth and fun as possible. I am huge on history and Krakow has so much to offer. The tours were fascinating and I learned so much about history there. I would definitely come back to this city.


    It was very tough for me when I landed in Sweden. It was the final chapter to an already epic journey and the thought of Project Rockstar coming to an end was difficult. The two most important days of Sweden were Circle of Truth and Circle of Appreciation. I believe these two circles were the most valuable days of the entire program. I still listen to the audio since the conclusion of Project Rockstar.

    Our Circle of Truth lasted 17 hours where fellow Rockstars and instructors gave some direct feedback that no one would ever give us outside of Project Rockstar. We had to lay it out straight and be as honest with each other. As much as I felt uneasy about giving and receiving feedback, I knew it was for my own growth. The feedback played a vital role on what I needed to work on to push myself to improve in areas that I'm struggling in. I was still too far in my shell and I was not opening up about myself as I needed to be. I took as much free time that I had in Sweden to spend time with the Rockstars, alumni, and instructors so I could get to know them and they could get to know me better. It was something that I focused very hard on during the finals weeks of the program.

    Circle of Appreciation lasted equally as long as the Circle of Truth. The love shown to me is something that I will never forget. It was something that I really needed to hear before the program came to a conclusion because everyone made such a profound impact on me during the nine weeks and all I hoped for was that I contributed to their growth as well. I am so happy to call everyone on Project Rockstar my brothers.

    Sweden was packed with so many hot blondes in the nightclubs. Any attempt at conversation lead to nothing and I was left wondering if I made any progress at all on the program. It turned out that we had to crank up our boldness to the max along with bringing tons of fun to the club. I was actually having fun in the clubs towards the end of Sweden to the point where I did not approach as many women as I should have.

    The final party was an absolutely epic night. The night just felt different the moment I met everyone outside of the club. There was so much hugging and love going around. All of the Rockstars brought so much energy and fun at our tables that the girls were just drawn to us. Everyone wanted to know what was going on and how they could be a part of this fun. I have never had as much fun in the club as I did that night. I will always remember the final party.

    Post Rockstar

    Project Rockstar is more than just about getting better with women. It's about working on your inner self and improving all aspects of your life to become the best person you can possibly become. Here are some of my thoughts on the program:

    • The program is not easy as turning on a switch. There are many underlying lessons that can only be taught by going outside of your comfort zone and pushing your boundaries. There will be struggles, but you will see massive growth if you stick with the process.
    • Iím way more confident when it comes to not only talking to women, but also people in general. I don't feel unworthy as a human. I am comfortable with who I am as a person and that has really started to show towards the end of Rockstar. I love who I am.
    • My game went from wishing to just say hi to a single girl in the nightclub to flirting with a girl and telling her how cute she is. My interactions with women have improved dramatically in these nine weeks. This program is setup to fast track the learning so you don't have to spend years upon years to get better at interacting with women.
    • My dating life after Rockstar is still early, but I have went on quite a few dates back from Rockstar. I keep hearing, ďYou just know what to say.Ē It's all coming out naturally without being in my head thinking what I should say next. This has made dating more fun for me.
    • I was a little scared that Project Rockstar was just a nine week vacation of partying with women without learning skills that I can apply and use after Rockstar. I can safely say that this is not the case. I came out with so many life skills that I'm very happy with what I got out of this program.
    • The Project Rockstar network is vastly underrated. The real treasure of the program are the instructors, alumni, and Rockstars that you get to know over the journey. Everyone involved in the program cared so much for Rockstar class. They were so invested in our success and I cannot thank them enough.

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    As I write this I'm in an AirBnB in Toronto, still traveling since rockstar ended almost six weeks ago and I honestly don't know where to start. How am I supposed to summarize something so eventful, something so impactful and life-changing, when I'm not even sure if I've fully decompressed what I have gone through over this summer myself yet?

    One year ago I struggled with even leaving my own bed out of depression. Even the smallest, most mundane chores was a fight for me. I spent most of my days smoking weed, eating junk food and watching Netflix. I used to think I was living the perfect life, living on a tropical island in south-east Asia, working with my greatest passion in life, so how the hell did I end up where I ended up? Truth is, something was always missing but I couldn't figure out what. Slowly did I down spiral into my own personal hell... Until one day I reached a point where something within me said no more. Tony Robbins talks about how true changes comes from overwhelming pain rather than motivation, well I reached my point of overwhelming pain. My turning point where I said something has to change. Fast forward to Project Rockstar...

    Fitness program:
    I don't think it took more than two weeks from my acceptance into the program until the fitness transformation program started. Two weeks to get ready, to shop all the supplements, the required equipment and overview of the spreadsheets and routines. This is by no means an easy program and from the very start, you get thrown into the deep end of the pool with a strict diet and a hardcore training regime. There is something going on every single day of the week for twelve weeks straight. Either you're at the gym for hours or you're stretching and taking care of your body and everything is documented. Every calorie is counted and every gram of food is accounted for, but very soon the hard work pays off big time. After just a few weeks It didn't even feel like hard work anymore. You just do what you have to do and I have to say I even enjoyed it. Honestly, I miss it. I never thought I would say that but I really do.

    After living a lifestyle that cant be described as anything else than unhealthy at best I had more than a few kilos of extra weight and a body fat percentage of 29% at day one of the program. I was put in the loser group and got assigned my personal coach who would track my progress and make necessary adjustments on a weekly basis to get the most bang for the buck. For the last couple of weeks, I was eating no more than 1500 calories a day and spent up to three hours a day at the gym but the results were no less than amazing. All in all, I lost 17kg of fat, gained 5,5kg of muscles and went from 29% body fat to 12,6% over a period of 12 weeks. But most importantly, I got a solid understanding of how my body works and how I can do this again, and again if I ever need or desire. Or how I can adjust my diet and training to gain a massive amount of muscle mass instead. Basically, I got the tools to form my body at my own desire.

    Besides the 12-week fitness transformation, Vegas is the biggest leg of the program and its where the entire foundation of the new you is built. the 4 weeks in Vegas are - as every part of this program, as you might have realized - extremely intense with seminars every single day and nights out pretty much every single night as well and the amount of sleep you get in between is very limited. You do your best to just stay on track and the metaphor that's been used time and time again that its like drinking water from a firehose is very much true. The amount of information that's thrown at you is nothing short of insane, some of it you won't even realize you picked up until days or weeks later. But all in all the focus of the Vegas leg falls into either outer game or inner game with a much greater focus on the later.

    Outer Game:
    The first two weeks of the program consist of the 10-Day Bootcamp where you learn all the fundamentals of the Flawless Natural Curriculum, what will come to be your entire game foundation. The rest of Project Rockstar is built upon this foundation, and it's very clear from the get-go that this is not like anything else out there. Personally, I don't really have any previous game experience from any other boot camps or similar, but since the game industry has a reputation of being very gimmicky and artificially I naturally had my own fears of this being like that. However, not only is the Flawless Natural Curriculum nothing like that what so ever, its the best way I've ever heard anyone dissect and explain how a naturally attractive interaction between and a man and a woman progress. The fundamentals are also surprisingly simple, the bulk of it - id say probably 80-90% - is covered within the first 3-4 days.

    So why are the Bootcamp 10 days and rockstar 9 weeks if you learn 90% of it in just a few days you might ask? First of, even though the majority of the outer game is covered within the first few days, this is still a skill, and just like any other skill, you need to practice to get good. Project Rockstar is a full immersion program of Game which can only be compared to moving to Japan for learning Japanese, you won't have a choice but to get good. The second thing is that outer game only plays a small role in the overall attraction. Improving your social skills will only take you that far if your inner beliefs, your self-image, and self-worth are rotten to the core. That why a majority of the both the 10-Day Bootcamp and Project Rockstar is focused on just that, Inner Game.

    Inner Game:
    Compared to probably the majority of the people that sign up to these kinds of program, this part of the Rockstar Curriculum was actually one of my main reason I applied to start with. I spent hours and hours before applying to Project Rockstar reading the previous years journals and the one thing that fascinated me the most was that everyone that had attended rockstar from earlier years all seemed to get away with a much stronger inner foundation, a greater sense of self-worth and self-esteem and with a much better connection with their own emotions. As someone who for years had been bottling up my own emotions and trying to drown them with every kind of stimulants like alcohol, drugs, and adrenaline, this seemed like the holy grail to me. I've had already had my fair share of hours with therapists before rockstar and done a lot of work myself to get myself out of depression and still its nothing compared to the inner journey I get to go through this summer.

    Project Rockstar is a constantly evolving program and every year is different from the previous as the toolbox of techniques, exercises, seminars, and speakers grow and this year I believe we had the honor to attend the year of Rockstar with the absolutely strongest toolbox for inner game ever. Besides that a big portion of the 10-day curriculum itself is inner game based, we had another 10 days specifically dedicated to inner game with one of the top experts in the field who worked with us both as a group and individually. I believe a lot of us got to experience emotions we haven't felt or hide from for years if not decades as we worked through traumas and emotional barricades that kept us from not only progress in game and life in general, but also kept us from experience life and what it has to offer.

    But most importantly we got to learn the tools to keep conditioning and keep working on this. Inner game is a fresh resource that has to be nurtured and worked on for as long as you live, just like any muscle. As long as you keep working on it, it will keep growing stronger and healthier but if you stop, with time it will break down. However, have you once seen what's on the other side, there is no way you ever let yourself fall back. At least that's how I feel and I keep working on my conditioning every day thanks to what I learned during Rockstar.

    The Rockstar Roadtrip is the first time we're by ourselves as a group without any instructors or coaches around and what I in retrospect felt like a crash course in conflict management and group dynamics. For two weeks and pretty much structure or preparation we get to travel as a quite big group to two different destinations in Europe and practice our brand new social skills. Now this might not sound like a very complicated thing, right? Traveling isn't that hard, and on top of that with your best mates!

    We all felt the exact same way, however, you never know how good you have it when everything around you is organized and there are many different wills in a group of 16 dudes. It takes some time of trial and error to find a dynamic that works for everyone. After a few days, however, everything seemed to fall into place pretty well and both our destinations - Mykonos and Krakow - was spectacular experiences! In the end, even the bad experiences ended up being great lessons for everyone I believe and adapting to a new and different culture is a powerful thing by itself and a very interesting experience.

    We decided to start out with the beautiful island Mykonos where we rented a huge villa and drove scooters and APVs all day and partied all night, followed by a week in the city of Krakow where our days seemed a bit more relaxed. Krakow is a city full of culture with a lot to see and experience and since one of our brothers is originally from there, we had the most amazing of experiences. The nightlife in Krakow wasn't bad either and I believe a lot of us ended up having some of the best nights of our lives.

    After two weeks of venturing out into the unknown, we finally meet up with all the instructors and coaches in Stockholm, Sweden - my home city - known for housing the most beautiful women in the world and the final stretch of the program. However, during this part of the program, the focus switches a bit from pure game (it's still there tho) to more of a lifestyle focus. This is where the mentor presentations are held on topics on everything from business and entrepreneurship to living a digital nomadic lifestyle and crypto investing. These are mixed with workshops in fashion, dating, sex and much more. There is also a huge focus on brotherhood some of the most traditional exercises such as The Circle of Truth and The Circle of Appreciation is held here where you really get to know some the flaws that you might have turned a blind eye to, but also your biggest strengths as a person according to your brothers.

    Obviously, this doesn't mean you still won't party like you were in Vegas and almost every night is a night out even here. However, the focus is also here different from what you'll experience in Vegas. Clubs are smaller so generally, the group split up between two or so different clubs and usually find each other at the Max Burger joint around the corner from the hotel. Everything comes to a big close with the final party at one of the best clubs in the country. This is like watching a bomb explode as everyone goes absolutely insane, and the pure joy and love that radiates from the group just draws people in and you get to go on the rollercoaster ride of your life covering the entire emotional spectrum as you drown in champagne surrounded by your closest friends, now known as family.

    Rockstar for me has been a turning point in my life. It's probably the most important thing I have ever gone through and the impact it will have on me will echo throughout my life. I met some friends that I will consider family for the rest of my life no matter what. I've experienced more, learned more, worked through more traumas, solved more roadblocks and felt more emotions - good as well as bad - that I have ever done in my entire life before. I've felt lost and confused, loved and appreciated, scared shitless and angry as well as happier than ever before. I've changed who I am fundamentally and what I value in life and I've grown more in two months than I could ever imagine. But most importantly I found myself a family of like-minded people who share my drive and passion and all is working every day to get better as men and human beings and I'm so proud to now be a part of this program and this network of people.

    If you're on the fence if you should apply or not I have only one question for you: Do you have that burning need for change? Maybe you don't even know what needs to change but something is telling you that there is more to life, and you want it? If that you, then look no further. Apply for this program.

    Axel E

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    PR 2018 review
    How do you write a review about a program that opened you up to another side of life that you never really knew existed, helped you sleep with a shit tonne of awesome girls from all over the world and introduced you to a network of awesome guys I now consider some of my best friends?

    That was some of the thoughts that were running through my mind when I was trying to figure out how to write a review about Project Rockstar 2018. I do not think words can describe how grateful I am that this program exists, and the effort the instructors put into this year after year blows my mind. Andrew was talking about the opportunity costs he has missed out on teaching this thing for 8 years, and to be honest I think almost everybody else would have moved on from Rockstar years ago.

    Now, on to the actual review of the program.

    Fitness portion:

    I have been working out most of my life either through sports like soccer or hitting the gym relentlessly for years. I remember the instructors told me that the fitness program would be intense as fuck, but I did not really think it would be that hard until I experienced first-hand exactly what they meant.

    The Kris Gethin program was brutal, and it really builds character and perseverance which is something that is crucial on such an intense program like Project Rockstar. In my case it was rather extreme since I had a lot of other things going on while doing the fitness program; I had 7 exams that took a lot of time, a lot of work to get the money, had my cousin being diagnosed with brain cancer and had to eat 4500 calories a day. All of these things led this to be one of the toughest things I have ever done. I slept on average 4 hours for 3 months, but the squeeze was well worth the juice. If you stick with it and go all out on the workouts you will get results.

    I thought my diet in the previous years had been rather clean, but this program took it to another level and is something I will continue to incorporate in my everyday life after Rockstar. We also had fitness mentors that would help us out if we had questions and kept us accountable which was very beneficial in terms of progress.

    Every rockstar got great results, so it is obvious that this stuff works. However, I think it could be more optimal with a higher frequency and less of the broscience that research has shown to not really matter. We also followed a program that a bodybuilder on steroids used which is not optimal when it comes to a natural. Also, people differ, a guy that works out a lot would need another program than a beginner that is lifting weights for the first time to get the most out of it.

    That being said, I got great results on the program and grew a lot. I had friends and family commenting on me becoming bigger and the girls loved it too.


    So Vegas was the place where the majority of the game aspect was being taught and with good reason. Vegas is perfect for it. Huge amounts of people flying in every few days, massive clubs and people tend to be more open minded and crazy when being in Vegas.

    The first 10 days we learned the simplified natural curriculum together with a bunch of 10-day students. As a guy who had attended a 10 – day course back in 2014 I expected it to be mainly about the mechanics of game and some inner game sprinkled in here and there. That was not the case at all. The emphasis has largely shifted inwards and when having solid inner game everything else tends to take care of itself. I am personally happy that the program has taken that route as you quickly realize that being good with girls is fun, but it is a lot more to being a happy and fulfilled man than banging girls. That being said, the program obviously contains a lot of game aspects and will get you laid a lot if you put in the work.

    The remaining part of Vegas was mainly about getting the reps in while diving deeper into inner game. We had another 10 days completely devoted to inner game which was hugely helpful. Many of the things I learned during those days were the key reasons to why I was able to excel so fast at game in Europe. It basically challenged my entire way of thinking and how I treated game when being out. I was also able to stop judging myself so much and was able to find a good balance between being critical and giving myself well deserved props, which was massive for me.

    I also want to emphasize that you get what you put into it and looking back I did not push myself as much as I should have done in Vegas which was probably one of the reasons to why Vegas was the place I was struggling the most. The instructors can only do so much, in the end it is up to you to get the reps in and do what they tell you. So, for future Rockstars, make sure you push yourself as hard as possible in Vegas. It most likely stunted some of my growth from not staying enough out of my comfort zone. Also, the program shifts more towards the business side of things in Sweden and there are less officially nights out, so make the most out of all the official nights in Vegas with the instructors.

    Road trip week 1 – Mykonos:

    So we decided to head to Mykonos for our first leg of the Road trip. This is where there are no instructors or alumnis – just us Rockstars organizing everything and hanging out. The road trip was probably my favorite part of the entire program as you got to bond more with the guys and not feeling pressure from the instructors. The girls were also hotter here compared to Vegas and the clubs were a lot smaller.

    The usual Vegas approach where you high fived a shit tonne of girls to get into state would not work very well here as you would quickly burn the place down. This led to new challenges which helped everyone grow and prepared us for Sweden where the clubs are similar in size. My solution was to just dance myself into state and channel that energy to every girl no matter what she looked like. I did the exact same thing with the girls I truly wanted to sleep with but added more subcoms, which worked wonders.

    This is also where my game really started to pick up. The very first day I banged a stunning 6-feet tall ballerina on a roof. She kept telling me how awesome I was, how she has never experienced anything like it and how she will remember this forever. That really worked as a catalyst for me as it helped solidify the belief that I truly am a gift for women. (Just goes to show how important inner game is and why they devote a large amount of time to it during PR)

    Road trip week 2 - Krakow:

    I am really happy that we picked Poland, Krakow as our next stop on the road trip. Opposed to Mykonos and Vegas, Krakow is a lot more laid back with beautiful architecture and awesome history. It was less about partying and more about hanging out with the guys doing activities together which really made the group grow a lot closer. We were also fortunate enough to have a polish Rockstar who went out of his way to make sure our stay was as good as possible.

    The girls were also more conservative, and their English was not as great which meant more body language and less verbal game. The girls to guys ratio in the clubs was also ridiculous. For every girl there were at least 5 guys. Polish guys were also approaching a lot more than what I have seen elsewhere and quite boldly which made the clubs harder than Mykonos and Vegas, but also a great learning experience and helped me grow a lot. The city is also super cheap with good food.


    So this was the final leg of the program and back to more instructions.

    As a Scandinavian I was very excited to finally be back in my own territory. Mykonos had a lot of hot women, but nothing beats Scandinavia and especially Sweden when it comes to stunning blondes. I was also quite anxious since being a Scandinavian I should be doing well here (being familiar with the culture, clubbing scene etc). The thoughts about what to do after Rockstar also came creeping up on me as I started to realize that this amazing summer was soon coming to an end. Also, thinking about going back to my normal life after this scared the shit out of me and really stressed me out.

    This was also the place where the famous circle of truth and the circle of appreciation took place. The thought of the circle of truth gave me mixed emotions. On one hand it is probably one of the most valuable things of the entire program where you have guys that have lived with you for almost 9 weeks telling you without any bullshit the things that no one else in your regularly life have the balls to tell you. On the other hand, it can be very tough listening to all the guys you now consider best friends telling you about all the things they do not like about you. All of that being said, the circle of truth is invaluable and one of those things that you never will experience elsewhere and a great addition to the program.

    The circle of appreciation was a very humbling experience for me. Having all these amazing guys pointing out so many things and qualities that they like about me made realize that I am a lot more awesome than I thought I was.

    Sweden was also a lot more laidback opposed to Vegas. We actually had time to do things during the day and hangout with everyone and bond. This was also where some of the Rockstars had their presentation in their area of expertise. This was something I was really looking forward to as some of them live incredible lives and getting to know how they got there and learn all the things they experienced and learned during their journey is like a cheat code for an awesome life.

    In Sweden it was all about bringing the fun and boldness when clubbing which was perfect for me as that was something I had been doing for a long time now. To no surprise, Sweden was where I personally did the best and all the pieces came together nicely, and I really exploded game-wise.


    I also want to touch a bit upon the game part of the Program. The game part is a big reason to why people apply for project Rockstar and certainly a big reason to why I wanted to be a part of the program.

    Will it be times when you feel like shit, just want to go home, feel like you are not making any progress and question if this worth all the money you put into it? Absolutely, but the key is to just trust the process and keep grinding. One of the instructors gave a great analogy for this when he said you are filling up a pond one bucket at a time. In the beginning you feel like nothing happens as you keep filling the pond up, but at one point the pond is so full that the dam burst, and you explode. That is exactly what happened with me in Vegas. I was floundering around feeling like I was not making as much progress as I should and then we went to Mykonos and it took off. It felt like I had “super powers” compared to Vegas which was something I did not expect at all.

    This stuff really works, if you go in with an open mind, do exactly what the instructors tell you to do and forget about everything else you have learned throughout the years when it comes to pick up it is impossible to not make great progress. I had girls that I previously thought were out of my league telling me that it should be more guys like you, how my eye contact made them slightly nervous and how much fun they had with me in the clubs.

    A small caveat though, you get what you put into it. The instructors can only do so much it is up to you to get the reps in and have the agency to do what is required of you to make the most out of it. I was the one who got laid the most on the program which is no coincidence. I was the one who went out the most on Rockstar and especially in Europe where I went out every single day (even alone) and therefore got more reference experiences than everyone else. I was also super strict on my conditioning and did meditation every day when I was in the shower or had time to spare.

    It was not until I got home again that I really noticed how far I had come when it comes to game. I went out and just observed what other guys were doing, and 95% had no clue what to do. I ended up doing a really quick pull that night and my friends kept asking me how I did it, but to me it was not anything special as I just did what I have been practising the entire summer.

    The instructors:

    I also want to touch a little bit upon the instructors as they are a major reason to why the program is so powerful as it is.
    At this point the instructors have coached so many people and seen it all throughout the years that it is next to impossible to for them to not coach you with whatever problem you have. They also started at a similar place as the majority of the students and were not good with women before starting on their own journey which makes them relatable.

    One of the things that impressed me the most about them was despite all their success during the years there was no ego whatsoever. Everyone is just very humble, down to earth and really want you to succeed on the program.

    Another admirable thing is their constant strive for improvement. They never rest on their laurels which is an amazing quality. The difference between my bootcamps in 2014 and 2018 is a great example of this. It would be very easy for them to just keep it the same way it was in 2014 as people got laid and it obviously worked, but instead they redefined and made it better through their own experiences and trial and error.

    Lastly, I want to touch on how the seminars are held during the program. Andrew keeps the seminars very interactive, which is great and one of the reasons to why I got so much of out of them. He is extremely good at breaking down complex things into easy understandable terms using different analogies. He also makes sure everyone understands the things he teaches before moving on to different topics.

    Overall, all the instructors are awesome guys I now consider friends.

    Was it worth it?:

    I came into Rockstar mainly to get better with girls, but that was the very least I got out of it. The program will give you so much more and as you get better with girls you quickly realize that girls does not matter at all. Before arriving in Vegas, I was this nervous, closed of guy who barely showed any emotions. After Rockstar I can safely say that is not the case anymore. I smile more, I judge myself less, I have this air of confidence around me that no matter what happens in life I can handle it and I am also a lot more in touch with my emotions which is huge for me. The day after Rockstar I cried my eyes out for 20 minutes which is something I cannot recall happening since I was a kid.

    I have also gotten a bunch of awesome guys from all over the world I now consider some of my best friends which is something you cannot put a price tag on. Friends and family have also pointed out that I have changed, although they cannot say exactly what has changed, I have heard from several people that I am a lot different than what I was before I left.

    Overall, I am happy that I applied for Project Rockstar. It is a lot of money, but it is well worth it if you put in the work on the program. Do yourself a favor and apply

  9. #9
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    Pre Rockstar

    Before I started rockstar I thought I had everything figured out. I had success with women, lived with my dream girl and had no reasons not to be happy. But I wasn't, my whole life I was searching for more because I just had this pit in my stomach that I could never fulfill. I was that guy who would just get absolutely hammered at the bar with his friends and just use alcohol as my main source of getting girls or to have fun. While dating my girlfriend I found out she cheated on me, we lived together and I became overweight, started drinking a lot, unhappy and contemplating suicide. My brain manifested into negative beliefs all the time. I finally left the situation and figured it was finally time I finally signed up for a bootcamp to fill the void of unfullfillment I had in my life. The bootcamp definitely helped me a lot and I thought I had it figured out. It only lasted short term. If I had an ugly breakup and all of a sudden my world turned upside down. I would just become miserable and kept searching for external validation in my life. Wether it was a car, a girl, etc. When I thought I finally found the answer by being with a girl who would was my ideal dream girl. The problem was she could see right through me and all of my insucurities that I pretended not to have. The relationship didn't last long and I was in a deep state of depression. Growing up I always had issues with self worth and feeling good enough to be with someone. Always questioning things I didn’t know what to do with girls so I read the game and thought I figured out the most complexed thing in my whole entire life. If anything reading up on all of that stuff actually made me go backwards with girls. It put up this fake mask and I still had a lot of insecurities. Internally I was fucked I read a bunch of self help books telling you how great of a person you are but they never workedI had a lot of internal issues to short out if I was to ever maintain relationships and get really high quality girls that I was always afraid to approach. I knew something had to change because I was ready to give up on my life.

    The Application Process
    I told about rockstar by someone who did it the year before me and I saw such a profound change in them. The big issue for my was how could I afford this, this is going to cost me a lot of money and a huge time commitment. But I told myself if there is a will theres a way. I started saving up and budgeted everyday possible for me to afford rockstar and I did it. At one point I thought it was impossible but I can single handily say especially someone from my financial standpoint that if you want to do something bad enough there is always a way to do it. If you told me this 3-4 years ago that I would be able to afford this I would of not believed you. Rockstar is not just for “wealthy” people. I realized that there is no better investment that investing in yourself. I could of invested in a house or a stable investment but I knew that would of done nothing for my happiness and bettering myself. After I knew I had the financials situated I went ahead and took my time on the application because I wanted them to know that I was serious. I was open about myself and my past in my application and that I think was the first step for prepping me for the journey I was about to take. I didn't hide anything.

    The fitness program:
I was honestly overwhelmed when I saw everything I would have to do on the fitness program and I was someone who workout a decent amount. This was the first time I had to get 100 percent focused on my diet. This was something I never fully took serious. I thought the dedication I would have to put into the program would be easy but the first 2 weeks were hard. The meals I had to do would become bland but I got used to it. The results spoke for themselves and it was the best shape I have ever been in. I got compliments all the time about how much muscle I put on. It was honestly unbelievable and my body is able to maintain that state really easy now even 6 months after the program. This fitness program even gave me someone who worked out a good amount the pieces I needed to go to the next level. There is no turning back now and I love the gym.

    Las Vegas

    Vegas was in all honestly insane and I don't know how we fit everything we did. Everyday we had intensive seminars and then at night we would go out completely sober. A day felt like a week. What really made Vegas was meeting all of the alumni on the first day. It was then that I realized how big and influential this program was to so many people. The first 10 days I had a ton of energy and was going purely on addrennaline. Its so funny looking back on those first ten days now because I remember how petrified I was just soberly approach girls. I had a decent amount of success in the first 10 days but as we dove deeper into ourselves I remember one night where I was so run down and had such an off night that I wanted to run and cry because of the rejection I was faced. Vegas was when I started to pull back all the layers and really get to the core of what I wanted to get out of this. In the first 10 days I realized how intense this program really was going to be. Slept deprived and exhausted I forced myself to give it my all.

    What Vegas really did was get to the deep root of my issues. I came for the girls but realized there was so much more to it internally. My game got really good but the real success would come when I worked on my inner self. Im not going to lie peeling back the layers were fucking hard. Some days you would do so much internal work you would be emotionally exhausted then go out at night. These were the hardest nights to face but were the nights I absolutely grew the most. Vegas was mostly like figuring out a puzzle piece and putting the pieces together in the right spots but the puzzle is you. Vegas made me realize how much that I was taught on other programs was pretty much crap. My game went to the next level in Vegas and there is honestly no other place better to do it. I can do this all sober and prefer to be sober now as well.

    The Roadtrip

    I pulled an all nighter the last night in Vegas and embraced our 2 week trip ahead of us to Mykonos. When we landed on the island I was slept deprived and still couldn't process everything that I just went through. The mansion was absolutely insane. The first night we went to dinner and everyone was just dancing on the tables having a party it was unlike anything I have ever seen. I thought the girls in Vegas were gorgeous I was so wrong. The girls in Mykonos are probably some of the most beautiful women I have ever seen in my life. All of the hottest girls from Europe go their to party. It was weird not having instructors their but I had a great time. I met some amazing women in Mykonos and partied at tables that I probably will never be able to afford again. What Mykonos also reinforced was how good of a network the program had. We were hooked up overnight with the best tables and clubs every single day and night. Mykonos was non stop and it was off to Poland.

    I didn't really have high hopes for Poland especially coming from Mykonos. I was completely wrong, I didn't want to leave and this is where we really became bonded with one another. I didn't want to leave Poland I really enjoyed my time here. I thought I would catch up on sleep but didn't I was out overnight till 7am watching the sunset.

    The final leg is probably where I grew the most from this program. This was the part where I was putting the pieces all together. Sweden was really fucking hard in the beginning and I struggled immensely but it also forced me to really be on point. In Vegas the margin for error was greater where as in Sweden it was a lot lower. Sweden forced me to work on my weakest part of game and it wasn't till the end of Sweden where everything really started to click for me. The partys were absolutely insane.

    The greatest lesson of all in Sweden was the circle of truth which lasted 17 hours. It was where instructors alumni and current rockstars tell you the most honest feedback that you would never receive anywhere else. It was honestly a once in a lifetime opportunity and it is pretty brutally honest. You have 20 guys all telling you the same thing so its pretty much impossible for your brain to ignore it or not believe it. This night forever changed me and the path of the rest of my life to be honest.

    The girls were by far the most beautiful women I have ever encountered in my life and it totally changed my perception of not being imtiminated by any girl ever again. If you asked me at the start of the program to approach Swedish girls and have success I would of crashed and burned but the program built me into a new man. Sweden changed me completely and was probably the most influential part of the program.

    Post Rockstar

    When I came to this program I thought I would leave being really good with girls but it became so much more. The issues were so much more rooted than I thought. I worked so much on my inner self that manifested into a huge confidence and belief in my self on what I can accomplish in my life not just with girls but with everything. I don't recognize the man I have become.

    Final Thoughts
    - The program is super intense and you need to trust in yourself and the instructors. They don't care about wether you are able to get with an attractive girl. You have nothing to prove to them, just listen to what they ask from you and do it. You will grow so much from just giving it your all.
    - I honestly don't even recognize myself and the person I have become. Back home people have all said I changed and act like a completely more confident and mature person. I went from being a big drinker to refusing alcohol because I honestly don't need it anymore to approach or talk to girls. My game has gotten really good to the point where going out back home is like fishing with dynamite.
    - There is nothing in the world that comes even close to this program and what it does for people. The transformations I saw not only from me but from all of the people in my class was absolutely incredible for all ages.
    - Project rockstar honestly saved my life and I would of been so screwed without it. If I had to redo my life again and was only allowed to do one thing from my past without hesitation I would choose to do rockstar again.

  10. #10
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    Andrew says that people interested in Rockstar find these reviews helpful because they are the first place people go for information. I'm going to try to avoid being duplicative with what the others have said.

    The bottom line is that I got a lot of benefit out of the program. It was time and money well spent. Iíd do lots of things differently if I had a do over; everyone would. Iíll give my advice below.

    I met Tanner and other RS alumni at a LS bootcamp in Los Angeles. I had literally never set foot inside a club. I had never done a single approach. By the end of that bootcamp, Iíd gotten to the point where I could approach reliably and even managed to pull a girl before I got derailed by some very unfortunate events beyond my control.

    Tanner invited a few of us to do the 10-day and three of the people from that camp decided to do it. He also encouraged us to apply to Rockstar.

    The 10-day was absolutely amazing. It was hands-down the best money Iíve ever spent. At the end of it, a few guys had dropped from Rockstar and so Andrew offered 4 of us spots in the program. (It was the same 3 guys I met from last November plus another guy we had picked up and gotten close with.) We all took it.

    Rockstar helped me put in the reps to build skill quickly and it gave me a network of supportive friends who could help me continue on this journey.

    That said, reading about our experience isnít going to help you. Rockstar changes drastically every year. Our year had tons of changes from the year before, and alumni from only 4 years ago barely recognized the program.

    Whatever problems our RS had arenít going to be there for you because the program will be changed to avoid them. And whatever benefits we got are entirely a matter of our pre-RS situation and the attitudes we brought with us.

    Rockstar is a massive fork in your road of life. There is no possible way that a generic review can help you make this decision. On some level you know this. So why are you really here? Why are you avoiding doing the things that will actually solve your problem?

    If you actually want to find out about Rockstar, just ask them to arrange a private call with a few alumni. If you can, do a 10-day before deciding. Mine was hands-down the best money Iíve ever spent and it will allow you to make a truly informed decision. The 3-day events they are offering are a good way to test the waters if you donít want to jump right in.

    If you are really having issues making a decision, youíll probably get some clarity if you read Russ Harris and Bev Aisbettís book _The Illustrated Happiness Trap_. Russí following book, _The Confidence Gap_ has a lot of material thatís directly relevant to inner game.


    The core of Rockstar is about giving you a fresh perspective. Research shows that people who are successful at pickup are successful because of how they think about it.

    Everything in Rockstar boils down to this. You spend 9 weeks away from home because your current environment is rewarding you for the wrong things. The outer game material isnít complicated, but Rockstar gives you access to tons of people who know it. There are so many perspectives and points of reference that youíll be able to find one that makes it click. If you do some other program and donít resonate with the coachís perspective, you are SoL. Finally, the inner game material gives you a new perspective on the things you think are holding you back. From that new point of view, youíll see that these imposing barriers are really just cardboard. You can easily kick through.

    Once you have that new vantage point, the instructors will help you learn game as quickly as possible, and Rockstar help you address other aspects of your life that you want to change given your new outlook.

    That said, thereís no such thing as a program that works for absolutely everyone. Andrew tries to only bring on people he specifically thinks he can help. Iíve seen him and Alex tell people that Rockstar wasnít for them. And Iíve seen them say that programs offered by other people are going to be better investments. If they are telling you that RS is a good fit, then they believe it would benefit you.

    Another important aspect of Rockstar is that thereís built-in quality control. Andrew canít do the program without help from a lot of other people. If those guys decide that heís not offering a worthwhile program. Theyíll just stop and Rockstar wonít happen. In point of fact, if enough of the right people got pissed, they could ditch him and do Rockstar without him. Everyone involved in Rockstar is doing it by choice because they want to ďpass it onĒ.


    My advice to future RSs

    The application:

    My application sucked for a variety of reasons.

    The first one is my fault. I didnít know these guys, I wasnít comfortable being fully open with them. Having done RS and met the alumni, I can attest that theyíve seen everything at this point. Nothing is going to strike them as fucked up or so bad that theyíll reject you. Various alumni have been hospitalized for psychiatric issues, have been homeless, are kidnapping targets, grew up being physically or emotionally abused, living with extreme levels of chronic pain, and every other thing you can think of.

    In fact, they donít really care about the actual answers you give. They care about whether you are being fully open and trusting.

    The second reason my application sucked is that the questions donít really elicit the kind of responses they are really looking for. If you have some inner game hang-up, thereís no real place to put that answer. Iíve asked them to rework the application and the whole process. It probably wonít happen this year due to timing.

    So my advice is to find a way to get as much deep personal information about yourself in there as possible. Anything that you are afraid to write or tell someone should be front and center. Anything weighing on your soul or causing you ongoing emotional pain needs to be there too.

    This is really where talking with people will help. Once a few of us know you, we can help you know what your application should focus on.

    The fitness transform:

    I had been losing weight before starting Rockstar, and being a competitive athlete, I already exercised pretty intensively.

    Thereís nothing special about the fitness portion. If you havenít worked out before, literally any program is going to work for you. If you have, then just being more methodical and disciplined is going to help you move forward.

    Most of us arenít fans of Gethinís program. There are substantially better ones out there. Athlean-x is probably the best of that type. But you can just go on the fitness subreddit and read their wiki and end up just fine. They have more than enough free resources to get you started on both the diet and exercise component.

    The real benefit of the fitness component is that you have made a commitment to do it and are being held to that commitment by your fitness mentor. Supposedly there is some lesson involved in doing Gethin, but I fail to see how that program in particular has something to teach above and beyond more recent options.

    The diet aspect is the more important part. I had the ďbenefitĒ of growing up with a diabetic father. So I was used to counting calories, weighing food, and so forth. For people who havenít done this before, youíll learn a very valuable skill. Yes the material online will help you understand the concepts, but being totally OCD about it is going to help you internalize that material way faster.

    But again, lots of us take issue with certain aspects of the rules. A few minor tweaks would make for a significant improvement in what you learn from this part of the program.

    Also, Iíve got a long list of technical improvements to the fitness spreadsheets. Iím probably not going to be able to do them in time for your RS year. But if someone reading this has advanced spreadsheet skills, Iíll be happy to advise you on what needs improving. (None of this changes the core functionality, but it would make it easier to use both for inputting information and for understanding how you are doing.


    The various Rockstars had chatted somewhat during the fitness transform. In retrospect, we should have set up a recurring group call and otherwise been more structured about getting to know people and learning how to have discussions as a group.

    As far as the house went, there were a few minor bumps, but based on what alumni have said about past years, the major kinks from the year before have been ironed out. Again, we really should have figured out how to efficiently run a group meeting out of the gate. Not doing this caused various avoidable issues throughout the program. The guys who ended up getting the least out of the program are the ones who lost out the most because of this. Had we been more structured with meetings, weíd have been in a better position to learn from each other and bump heads in ways that would have left everyone better off. More importantly, it would have highlighted exactly who needed to be given chances to take on important support roles for the group. The guys who fell through the cracks are the ones who didnít get this chance.

    Regarding the time in Vegas, the biggest issue was that we shared the first part with students from a 10-day running in parallel. This spread resources too thin. The universal recommendation was to make the 10-day a prerequisite for Rockstar. That may or may not be feasible for the coming year, but I believe it is a goal. If that happens, then everyone will be on the same page and the outer-game portion of Rockstar can pick-up where the 10-day left off.

    As for nights out, there are a few takeaways. On a 10-day, you mostly have the instructors and a few alumni who might drop by. On RS you have way more instructors and a ton of alumni. So the coaching ratio is far better. It also allows you to see how different people have put their spin on the skills and issues and benefit from multiple perspectives.

    A side-effect of Rockstar is that youíll come away liking EDM. Another side effect is that youíll learn to love crowded venues like Hakkasan. At the beginning, I hated the place, at the end, it was my favorite venue and some of my happiest memories took place there.

    The Vegas leg of the fashion transform got derailed for our year due to factors beyond anyoneís control. I donít know what they are doing for your year. Itís still up in the air.

    My personal advice (as someone who essentially put no budget on clothing) is that you should probably focus on cheap clothing for the Vegas leg. Zara stuff falls apart, but you only need it to last for a couple of months. By the time you get to Sweden, youíll have a better feel for what looks good on you, have better knowledge of how to handle yourself in a club to avoid messing up really nice clothing, and benefit from the cheaper prices.

    I ended up screwing myself on baggage fees because despite showing up to Vegas with basically nothing, I ended up with 3 large checked bags by the end of it. If Iíd only bought nice stuff in Sweden instead of in both locations, I could have ditched the cheap stuff and had only my nice stuff going forward.

    A minor peeve of mine is that I told multiple instructors that I had issues buying things off the rack and was repeatedly dismissed. Low and behold, everywhere we went ended up with a very imperfect fit. Iíd hope theyíd take this more seriously next time and come up with a way to deal with it (i.e. by having stuff tailor made. There are places in Vegas that do this; they just needed to make the appointments ahead of time).

    They also need to do the fashion stuff right out of the gate. It took place too late in Vegas for us to benefit.

    Road trip:

    Because we werenít really organized at the beginning, a lot of places we wanted to go were not viable by the time we got to picking. This should be a topic of group discussion during the fitness transform and you should make the decision in the first couple of days. Waiting longer limits your options.

    Itís worth asking questions about where alumni are living, where people have been before, and so forth.

    I was surprised at how cool Krakow was and would highly recommend it as the second leg of the road trip. Itís beautiful and very affordable. This allows you to splurge on the first leg.

    As for the first leg, the planning needs to be better and more stringent. Ideally, youíd put the budgeted money into an account ahead of time so that people canít back out. Because what happened for us is that people committed to a certain expenditure level and then started pulling out and haggling once we got there. So we ended up having to alter our schedule. This made the guys in charge of that leg have a miserable time and it ultimately hurt us all.

    In retrospect, Iíd do things the reverse of how we did them -- Iíd get a budget for the entire trip. Then Iíd back out which places we could afford to go all out on. That probably means a very cheap locale for the second leg and then a somewhat more expensive place for the first one. Instead we were limited by what was available and had to make choices and back into a budget. This didnít work well.

    Iíd also keep a few days towards the end of the second leg open as absolute down-time. By this point we were totally beat and needed to spend a few days lounging around. Also, it makes it less intrusive if a few alumni want to drop by and visit you guys. Iím glad the alumni showed up, but not having an open schedule meant that we had to cut out some planned activities that we were looking forward to.

    This part of the trip was very different. The main attraction is the final two circles -- truth and appreciation. For many people this is the most beneficial part of the program. Again, the guys who didnít benefit as much were the ones who hadnít been engaged enough to get good feedback here.

    I had a good time on this part of the trip. There were an assortment of activities with various alunni and a bunch of optional seminars. Even though the idea is to be less structured, I think setting times for this stuff ended up being more of a headache than it needed to be and made it challenging for alumni to do things they wanted to offer.

    The other aspect of Sweden is the business mentor seminars. It just so happens that this material was already in my wheelhouse, so I didnít benefit as much as the others. But I think that just about everyone else got a ton of benefit out of it.

    Post Rockstar:

    My biggest regret is that I had prior obligations in Europe that I couldnít avoid. So I had to leave right after Rockstar ended. You should *plan* on spending about a month doing something with the guys afterward.

    My plan had been to do my obligatory stuff and hook back up with people at the tail end of Barcelona, but events got in the way. So I think you should leave you options as open as possible. Clear things as far out into the future as you can. (At least through the end of the European immersion.)

  11. #11
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    I don’t know where to begin with this review. As I started to type a wave of emotion came over me. So much happens over the nine weeks during Rockstar that you can’t digest everything and during the weeks afterward the mind unpacks everything that you experience. Because of my circumstances, I didn’t get time to decompress and let the enormity of the summer sink in. The day after Rockstar as back into the office and my old life. Which instantly didn’t fill like it fit anymore. But things are settling and a day hasn’t gone by that I haven’t noticed in some way this program has changed the way I interact with the world. In saying that, I am pretty sure I will not be able to entirely put in words how transformative this program is but I will give my best shot.
    While the instructional part of this program in just nine weeks. The entire program from the Application Process, interviews, Fitness Transformation, and Rockstar is a 9-month process.

    I took my first bootcamp ten years ago and have been around "game "since then. While I had moderate success, I never got to a level of where I could say I had things figured out. At the end of 2016, I got out of my last longterm relationship and decided I wanted to take some time to work on myself before getting into another serious relationship. At the beginning of 2017, I decided to take another bootcamp. And as was the case after my first bootcamp, I got a short-term spike in confidence, but I didn’t see the lasting improvement that I wanted. By the end of 2017, I would describe myself as in a rut. While I was dedicated to self-improvement, I still hadn’t progressed as much as I had hoped for in my dating life. And I was also, looking at other aspects of life health (30lbs overweight), wealth (career not where I wanted) and saw that maybe something was out of whack.
    While I had heard of Rockstar Program before, I never seriously considered doing it. It was likely the marketing. I didn’t have a desire to be a “Rockstar.” I just wanted to get better with women. But it was different this year. A classmate from the 2017 bootcamp continued his development by taking the 10-day in NYC followed by doing Rockstar. And I was able to see the impact the program had on his life. So when he recommended I took a look at the program at the beginning of 2018, for the first time I seriously considered doing the program. What finally lead me to apply were the series of live streams done by Andrew and Alex. From those I got a sense that this program went to the core of whatever needed to be worked on to improve me with women but in my entire life.

    Application Process:
    The application process is where Rockstar officially begins. If you are considering this program, then there is something calling you to it. And for me, that was a deep feeling that I could be more in life. The biggest thing I had to overcome at this point was the self-doubt/fear that comes with wanting to do this program. Rockstar is a complete Lifestyle Transformation, and you go into the program knowing that your life after Rockstar could be completely different (new career, a new network of friends, etc.) than before. Along with the excitement that comes with applying for this program there was also a hint of sadness in me through the application process. As doing this program could mean there be significant changes in friendships that I have had for years.
    For this reason, I had to do some soul searching and overcome self-doubt to begin the application process. And once I started, I agonized over my application taking multiple weeks to complete. The extra time it took to complete the application came from worrying if I would stack up to the competition to get into this program. But in the end, all you can do is be as honest as possible during the process. The guys that are doing this have seen pretty much everything at this point. So they know what they are looking for and just being as authentic as possible will shine through on your applications.

    Once your application is reviewed and accepted you move to the interview portion of the program. This year there were three rounds of interviews to complete. The initial round was completed by a lead instructor who was then followed up by interviews with Alex and Andrew. Honestly, I was surprised to get a call back for the next round. Talking to other RS’s they also had the same feeling of “I can’t believe I keep getting called back. I can’t believe this is happening.” In the end, the interview process is pretty, and the three rounds happen over 2-3 weeks. The final interview or 4th interview is conducted with all three guys, and this is where you find out if you are accepted or not. In the end, the interview process is straightforward and moves a good pace once they start. So you will know if you are on the program within a few weeks of the interview process starting.

    Fitness Transformation
    A key component of Rockstar is the fitness transformation which is a 12 week (3 months) fitness program that the Rockstars complete before the program starts. We all were split into small groups of 3-4 Rockstars and assigned fitness mentor who helped guide us through the program and made sure we met our requirements. The fitness program requires a significant commitment in gym time 2-3 hours a day, food preparations (food prepped meals) and tracking (daily food tracking, weekly journals, etc…).
    While I considered myself as someone, who was reasonably active, before Rockstar, I was training to run a half marathon and did CrossFit 2-3 times a week. This program immediately put that to the test. Within the first two weeks, I had dropped my weight below the initial goal I had set and ended up transforming my body past what I could imagine. As part of the program, we would get professional body fat measurements and the people who did mine where amazed that progress that could be made over the three months.
    Initially, I held my own beliefs about fitness and what was possible. One of the first challenges was giving up CrossFit to do the fitness program. But a big part of the Fitness Transformation is to trust in the guys and to trust in the process. This can be harder for some people than others, but I think it is a crucial element that starts from the beginning. It was after three weeks in the fitness program that I realized how much I appreciated the program. If I hadn’t done Rockstar, I likely would have been in close the same place. But because of Rockstar in 3 weeks, I had dropped my weight to the lowest level it had been in years, and I could wait for the other changes that would come.
    In the end, the fitness transformation was life changing for me in itself. I got my body into the type of shape I considered impossible for myself before Rockstar which was the perfect place to begin actual Rockstar.

    Vegas is the start of the 9-week journey that is considered Rockstar. Vegas ends up being a four-week bootcamp to hammer home the skills that are considered game. During the time in Vegas the Rockstars complete the 10-day curriculum with the 10-day students then there is additional 2 and half weeks of activities after the 10-day students depart.
    The guys continuously tinker with the curriculum of the 10-day and Rockstar to try and improve the program. That meant that this year there was an increased emphasis on the inner game and emotional work. And while the fundamentals of game were taught many of my most significant memories of this part of the program at this point lead back to the inner game work that we did.
    As for game, the four weeks in Vegas laid the foundation in game that was needed to flourish during the rest of the program. One of the big takeaways in Vegas was how much it's a mental game what you can do in game and life. I came into the program used to only staying out 2 am. But after the four weeks in Vegas, it became natural to stay out to 4 am or later easily. And this was mainly a mental battle that happened every night. I can still remember asking myself at 2 am “Are you tired now? Or are you choosing to be tired?”. The mental battle I just described is one of many such battles that are fought during this period of the program. And it is in Vegas, where you are giving the most fantastic gift when you have the most fun you have had in your life at a loud, noisy nightclub. And you did it completely sober. It is the most critical skill/gift you can acquire.
    For me, Vegas was likely my least favorite part of the 9-weeks. Not because I didn’t like the city. It is just the nature of what is being asked of you during this part of the program. It feels like you are thrown in the deep end and asked to swim on a daily basis. You are continually testing yourself and putting yourself in uncomfortable situations. A lot of information is coming at you in such a short amount of time. And you can feel your consciousness working to process all of the experiences and information that is coming at you.

    Road trips:
    The next leg of the program is the two week European Roadtrips. The group is allowed to choose the destination and groups usually choose one “Party” destination and another more chill destination. Our group decided on Mykonos and Krakow for our two cities to visit on the road trip The purpose of this phase of this program is two-fold: 1) To integrate the lessons taught in Vegas and to begin solidifying the bonds of the group.

    Our group decided on Mykonos and Krakow for our two cities to visit on the road trip. Mykonos was where some of the deeper friendships and bonds started to form. But it was also the place where friction between the group began to show. Sixteen grown men had to figure out how to sort themselves without the guidance of instructors and alumni. For me, this was when my Rockstar experience began to come together as we kept a pretty busy schedule of activities that I felt like I started bonding with the guys more.
    Mykonos as a party destination was top notch. We were doing two parties a day some days looking back on it I don’t know how I was able to sustain it. But when you are in the environment with such a group of guys you go and try to experience as much as you can.
    There was some minor inconvenience on the trip, our logistics were not ideal as we were not close to the city center so getting to and from our place was a pain. But in the big picture of an overall experience, this was minor to what was going on.
    Game wise Mykonos where I finally felt like I started to “Get It” game wise. This place had the hottest females I had seen in my life. But with all the going out and pushing myself I was able to become relaxed in the environments to enjoy myself.

    Landing in Krakow was the best surprise of my Rockstar experience. After being in a hard-charging party environment of Vegas and Mykonos, it was nice to visit a place that gave of a vibe of a real city so that we could slow down the pace. Game wise being in Krakow was an adjustment. Adjusting my game to Krakow was difficult, and this was one of the lessons we had to learn. While Krakow was overall a slower pace, we still were able to keep ourselves busy, and I for one went out most nights. Krakow as a city was beautiful, but it did weight it from its history with the Holocaust. A couple of the things there we did as a group was to visit Auschwitz and Schindler's factory which brought a bit of somberness and reverence to my Rockstar experience.

    Stockholm final leg of the trip. And the place I joked before arriving was the “Superbowl” of women. In the end, that description ended up being mostly right. The women in Stockholm were the hottest of the anyplace we had been. And on top of this, there was the challenging of needing to be bold and high energy all without the help of alcohol. A
    While the game portion was significant, Stockholm ended up being about so much more than women. During this leg of the trip there where less mandatory daily seminars and Rockstars where given the time and space to get to know each other and the instructors on a more personal level. To help bond with the bonding experience where two of the most important ceremonies that happen during Rockstar: The Circle of Truth and Circle of Appreciation.
    The Circle of Truth is where you sit in the hot seat and receive constructive criticism from your fellow Rockstars and instructors. And the Circle of Appreciation which is held a couple of weeks afterward is the opposite where the group tells you all of the great things about yourself. This year both ceremonies ended up being marathon sessions that took well over 12 hours to complete. From both, I left with a feeling of emotional rawness that I haven’t experienced much in my life. But it was worth it for the bonding experience that created within the group. During the Circle of Truth, I found it freeing to be able to give honest feedback to someone and not have them run from it or hate you. But for that to bring you closer together. For me, that was the first time I have experienced unconditional love in that way. And the lesson, that people value what I have to say was seared into entirely from this experience.

    Post Rockstar:
    My main takeaway from RS is that I am enough. This summer I was continually confronting limiting beliefs I held for myself. And I never felt like I was giving enough. I always had a voice in the back of my head saying I could give more. But this program pushes you, and in the end, you will be surprised where you end up. For me, it has pushed the needle for me further than I would ever get by myself. And for that, I am so grateful.

  12. #12
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    My PR2018 Review.

    Well it’s mid December now and Rockstar still is the best decision of my life and the best thing I could’ve done. For me it was personal development on steroids. Omfg, I just cant believe it.

    Hey the thing isn’t perfect, but I don’t give a fuck. Cause the benefits I got from this are second to none.

    The three major life changing things that happened to me come under:
    1. Business – I’m currently in the best entrepreneurial position of my whole life
    2. Game – omg, the difference between pre-PR and post-PR is night and day haha. I LOVE this shit, it’s seriously like I’ve got a superpower now.
    3. Peace / Happiness / Meditation / Self Development – we did some things on the course that I had never experienced before, and now as I continue these practices, I’m finding greater and greater happiness and peace within my life and becoming more focused on what matters – I cant fucking believe it.

    There were heaps of other benefits, but these ones are just next level. Like I almost cant believe they’ve happened & they have and will continue to permanently shape my life.

    And you know what makes me happy, this is EXACTLY what I wanted from the program. But I couldn’t have planned this any better. It was this time last year I found out about PR and knew I wanted to get on it.

    I was in NO WAY prepared financially but I knew I’d find a way to make it work. Which I did in the end and it was totally worth it. But I was at a point in my life where shit wasn’t going well, and I was like: I need a change, like a massive one.

    My business was going poorly, and had been for a year or 2 now and I was like fuck, I need something to just kick my ass and give me passion again about anything. Just jump start me again.

    And I’ve always wanted to “live like a Rockstar” before I settle down, so this was right up my alley.

    So I just had this feeling that something like this could deliver on everything I wanted. I wanted to just go into some self dev program that is just epic, cause I knew some epic shit would come out of it, I don’t know what, but I knew it was in my favour.

    And that’s exactly what happened.

    One thing I’ll make clear is tho, I believe like 50% of my success from this program came from my personal attitude. I’m the type of guy who is a “hard charger”, ambitious, competitive, diligent etc. Which means when they tell us to do stuff, I really go hard at it. All the rockstars got different results and things out of the program, which is related to the fact that we’re all on different journeys but ALSO related to how hard you’re willing to work.

    They said that you don’t get what you want out of this program, you get what you need. Well I beg to differ because I got exactly what I wanted AND what I needed hahaha (as painful as that may have been). But I got both because of my work ethic.

    My point is, if you go in this expecting shit to just fall in your lap, then you’re not going to get great results (on PR or in life for that matter).

    My review is so fucking glowing, but I really did work hard while I was on the program, so I got a lot out of it.

    Game Aspect

    I loved it. There was a little too much focus on inner game opposed to outer game. But because I was relentless I just figured it all out.

    You got unlimited access to the coaches and mentors and alumni so there’s no real excuse not to get the help you need if you want it bad enough. They are all really great, and will answer any and all of your questions. There were times I asked the head instructor to please come and watch me and he would, and ended up giving me really specific advice. Helped so fucking much.

    And outer game stuff can just come at anytime. It can be studied and precited outside of Rockstar. But to have a group of these dudes together for 9 weeks… like there’s magic there that you CANNOT recreate on any other program. It’s priceless. There’s so much more to Rockstar than the chicks. Like I cant believe it. If you go in with the right attitude you will get everything you WANT and NEED in your life.


    There were some great business presentations and advice you can get from fellow rockstars and alumni etc.

    But for me the biggest business advancement for me was the fact I scored a new business mentor who I can actual role model in every aspect of my life. He did PR last year and was my fitness program coach. We bonded thru that and also in the 1st two weeks of Vegas we ran around together.

    Then he invited me to come live with him after Rockstar and now I’m living with him working on some fucking awesome business shit. I can’t believe it. And because he’s a millionaire it’s like Rockstar hasn’t stopped for me!!!! Crazy.

    This is what I’m saying, you gotta get on Rockstar and BE HUNGRY and you’ll attract good shit to you. The network of people you meet and can become friends with will change your life (if you let it).

    Even just the last 3 months of living with this mentor, I have enough new info to totally change the direction of my life, but there’s still way more to come!!!!

    Meditation & Self Development
    The stuff they taught us on PR and made us do, was mostly awesome self dev stuff. And I’ve really run with a lot of it. And the way I view the world now has completely changed. There’s a number of exercises that you do which I’ve never done before and I know you will not have done before. They are so beneficial it’s crazy.

    I’ve actually experienced a “peace” and clarity I’ve been searching for my whole life and now I’ve found it. And found a way to repeatedly feel it and work on it to become more and more part of my life. This shit is priceless.

    You know the game mariokart right? And there are those question mark boxes. Well consider Rockstar as one of those ? boxes for your life. And I’m telling you, you will get way wayyy more than a single banana peel. You will get what you NEED and depending on your work ethic and overall attitude you will get what you WANT.

    But what I did was, I knew it was one of these ? boxes, that I’d ‘run thru’ Rockstar and something GREAT will come out of it. I didn’t know what exactly of course, just like in Mario kart, but I knew it would be something great. and I was exactly right. And you don’t just go thru the ? box once, you go thru it heaps of times! And it’s always something fucking awesome.

    So if you are looking for a real life ? box – you’ve found it. This will give you the change you’re looking for. It will give you the 3 red shells or the single blue shell. But just realise, once you get these “gifts” you can still squander them and “shoot” them at the wrong time etc or all at once. So it’s all about YOU, your attitude, and how you use the opportunities you’re given. It’s the same for ANY self dev course. This course will become exactly what you make it, exactly what you put in. I made sure of this, and made sure PR lived up to the hype because I focused on not being a victim and instead focused on being a victor and taking responsibility.

    So dude, if you’re ready to change your life for fucking ever, and have the wildest 9 weeks of your life, DO ROCKSTAR. You won’t regret it.

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    MY Program Review & Personal Reflection on My Project Rockstar Experience

    Yes, this is a long post. If it is too long for you, DON’T READ IT!

    To be brutally honest, I am writing this for myself. I am treating this as a great opportunity to fully reflect on how far I have come, celebrate the journey I have traveled and get myself excited to blaze the new path forward.

    I will cut to the point and answer the only question you care about, “Why should I be a part of next year’s Project Rockstar program?”

    You are in luck. If I had written this review at any other point before this moment, you would have gotten a very very different version. Frankly, I still had to work through some tough things over this past month. Fortunately, you get to read about it as some of these key lessons solidify. This post might still suck badly but it is what it is… All from the heart.

    In my humble opinion, these are your WHYs…

    In term of learning how to become a man that will be able to authentically engage, interact with and potentially develop deep and amazing connection with any women, you will be learning the “How To” from a single, clean and genuine source.
    - You will be able to grow as a person in a safe and empowering environment with other like-minded individuals who are also opened and willing to do work.
    - You will have the potential to develop lifelong friendships.
    - You will have the opportunity to broaden your horizons beyond boundaries you thought were even possible.
    - You will simply do things you have never done before and feel things that you have never fully felt or wanted to feel before. You get the special opportunity to do it in a unique, safe, empowering and loving environment.
    - You will receive many unforgettable reference experiences that will be applicable to every area of life that matters to you. Even on days or nights you feel like you did absolutely nothing. Trust me some battles will and must be fought from within...
    - It will unapologetically show you the person you COULD BE, CAN BE and WILL BE based on the level of effort you put into it. In my opinion, it will show you the “Path to Your Best, Authentic and Highest Self”.
    - Lastly, if you get on the program, you will always be grateful for all those moments that makes you feel incredible. You will never regret those moments that makes you feel extremely taxing as they become incredible moments of growth. If you fully engage the program, make every effort after the program and take all the lessons and insights to heart, you will change for the better multitude of ways...

    Yes, this is also for you… cause I care...

    My intention is to write an honest reflection of the Project Rockstar program by focusing on some of the most impactful moments from my perspective in terms of those moments that I felt incredible, those moments that I felt extremely taxed as well as those moments that have found its way to impacting my daily life. Hopefully they will continue to long after you read this little snapshot in time. I will still hit on some of the essence of the program and go over what I thought and felt about them, but in general this is what I will cover.

    For better or worst, this was the Rockstar that I got. Believe it or not, if you truly take to heart what is written here, by other Rockstars and by those Rockstars who have come before, you can blaze your own path with or without the Rockstar experience. Project Rockstar is simply a vehicle to get you where you want to go.

    Lastly, no amount of words no matter how elegantly they are written or how intensely I attempt to convey my feelings will ever serve this experience or anything worthwhile in life justice. So GO DO SOMETHING WORTHWHILE. Whatever that may be...

    Before moving on, I challenge you to set a single intention that considers the following:
    - Why am I reading this post/ these posts?
    - What do I intend to do immediately after reading this post?
    - Will I summon the courage to take everything I learn from these posts and start blazing my own “Path to My Best, Authentic and Highest Self” regardless if I participate in the Project Rockstar program or not?

    After writing this, over the coming days, my intention is to read through the reviews written by my fellow rockstar brothers and begin to reach out to re-engage on a deeper level.

    Bon Voyage!

    THE Commitment

    I felt increible from the moment I made my commitment to the Project Rockstar program. It wasn’t an obvious moment. I wasn’t when I was accepted onto the program. It wasn’t when I passed each of the interviews. It wasn’t when I finished watching one of the informational sessions on YouTube. It wasn’t when I completed and submitted my application. The actual moment was when I decided to learn more about Project Rockstar and committed to being a part of the application process regardless if I got accepted or not. This took place at the beginning of January 2017 weeks after they started accepting applications.

    I felt extremely taxed throughout the entire application process because I was personally in a negative mental place. What I could’ve done in an afternoon resulted in me submitting the application past deadline. Yeah, it was that bad.

    This one decision/ one commitment changed my life forever...

    Commitment to Fitness

    I felt increible when I committed and completed the 4 Weeks 2 Shred fitness program prior to rolling onto Project Rockstar’s 12 Week Daily Trainer program along with the rest of the Rockstars. The 4 Weeks program was not mandatory but just something I felt compel to do. As a person that have been working out most of my life, it took this structured program along with the meal prepping, macro monitoring and community support to get me in the best shape of my entire life with amazing results. I gained 5 pounds of muscle as I was pretty fit before the program. The main takeaway from the fitness program is really to trust in the process, to cultivate greater discipline in your life, to gain confidence as you shatter previous mental limitations and to celebrate progress.

    I felt taxed every time I went to the gym and did the 2 times cardio every single day. That is the whole point. If you leave the gym feeling comfortable, you didn’t work hard enough. It is the discomfort and pushing yourself that makes every gym session worthwhile and effective. This key lesson is also 110% applicable to the Project Rockstar program. Read on...

    Since the 12 week program before Rockstar, I did my best to hit the gym on a consistent basis during Rockstar. It was extremely challenging and eventually getting to the gym was just less of a priority and sampling the local fares became opportunities I could not pass up. After the program and my post-RS travels, I had gained all the weight back and then some.

    There was not a spec of doubt in my mind around fitness. I know in my heart that my commitment to health, fitness and growth will never fade. I gave myself permission to enjoy my time back home and to do whatever it takes to transition back into a healthy and fit lifestyle.

    As of this writing, I am happy to report that I have been back on track for the past several weeks. My strength temporary regressed by 20% but now I am back to nearly my maximum on weights and the cardio and meal prepping has been melting away the exceed fat that I had gained. LOVE IT!!!

    The Interventions

    I felt increible for a brief moment after a guest instructor had performed what we all call “An Intervention”. It is tough to explain what he did, but it is similar to what life coaches like Tony Robbins do. The goal of the exercise is to help guide you to be in your body, to feel any emotions fully that might come up and to express them in a safe, empowering and loving environment. He educated us on how our minds worked and the technique he would be using prior to the interventions, so it help everyone be comfortable with the process.

    It was also an incredible experience to sit through each of the 16 other Rockstars’ interventions as that gave me an opportunity to truly feel and get to know who the they really are as a human being at their extremely vulnerable moment. These were also incredibly, beautiful and powerful moments that I wish we had more of.

    I felt extremely taxed during the intervention. I believe everyone who when through it felt in some way, shape or form the weight, the heaviness and the darkness of their deep, hidden and violent emotions coming out. For me, much of my emotions had to deal with anger, frustration, hate and rage I felt towards my step mother and to some extend to my father and sister when I was growing up. A lifetime of childhood moments which consisted of an immense amount of sadness, loneliness, pain, suffering, isolation, frustration, unworthiness, doubt, fear, judgement, confusion and other negative emotions was all channeled into pure and unapologetic rage.

    Thankfully, the guest instructor was there. The container was there. My brothers were there. Yeah, there was a lot of crying, screaming and raging outbursts. That is what the intervention is about. To open the lid, to your strongest, deepest and darkness emotions and develop a practice to release them in healthy manner.

    I am grateful for this moment as well as the other moments on the program that help me learn to confront my negative emotions, work through them over time and redirect this energy to productive uses. I continue to work on this area of my life every day. Some days are better than others. Some days I have the strength to fully feel these emotions, release it through it a good, long and heartedly cry or just talking out loud what I am experiencing in that moment. Each one of these moments, have been incredibly painful and challenging to say the least but they were also very rewarding, comforting and insightful. Then on some days, I have nothing to fight these negative feelings or thoughts and they consume me by taking me down an auto piloted path to actions that range from unproductive to borderline self-destructive.

    My commitment on this journey was made years ago. I am grateful Rockstar gave me additional and better tools to better confront, express, handle and then channel these negative experiences and emotions into energy and fuel towards the pursuit of my goals and dreams. As they say, “When you have lemons. Make lemonade”.

    Las Vegas, Vegas Parties & The Final Party

    I felt incredible every time we went out and partied at one of vegas’ dance clubs or pool party clubs. The exceptional nights were the two Tiesto nights at Hakkasan which included the final party. NOTHING compares to partying at the best clubs with the best DJs at the best tables with all your best friends and a bunch of hot girls. NOTHING!!! The great thing is that we didn’t even drink a drop of alcohol on most nights that we went out throughout the entire 4 weeks. The exception being the night we celebrated Sterling’s birthday and the final party. On top of the parties, we went skydiving, shot some guns and barbecued at the mansion enjoying a hot Vegas summer day as a group.

    To me, some of the best moments were simple:
    - The first moments when I met and hugged each and every one of the Rockstars and alums.
    - The O-WHAL-O moments when we gathered in a circle, pounded our chest and screamed at the top of lungs, O-WHAL-OOOOOOO!!!!
    - The times when we went to Peppermill after the club to just eat and goofed around.
    - The debriefs when everyone shared their improvements and struggles and seeing each person’s growth through the days and weeks.
    - The various times we lounged around the kitchen at the mansion just chatting, talking about what we learned from the seminar and getting to know one another on a deeper level.

    I also felt extremely taxed every night we went out. From the amount of effort I put into immediately practicing what I have learned during the day’s seminar to making consistent daring approaches to getting consistently rejected/ blown out to battling my inner dialogues on nights when mental, physical and spiritual exhaustion set in. Yeah, it was brutally “fun”. It is definitely a unique experience to just go day and in day out and just approach, approach and approach.

    I also felt extremely frustrated because I wasn’t connecting with many of the girls. I am extremely grateful that enough things clicked and certain chips fell into the right places this one time when I ended up spending an amazing evening with this increible 21 year old Austrian girl who was touring of the US with her aupair friends before returning home to Europe. We had amazing and engaging sex and later talked and opened up to each other on a deeper level by sharing stories about some of the tougher times in our each of our lives. I will never forget that experience. Unfortunately, that experience ended up being my only sexual and intimate experience throughout Rockstar. Yeah I spoiled the rest of the post for you and probably ruined your appetite to continue reading my post. Oh well. Go read some other Rockstar’s post then. Yeah, that definitely sucked, but it is what it is…

    Well… it has been literally weeks, really months but who's counting, since the program officially ended... (I feel obligated to put a spoiler alert here for some reason…but I am not going to), I haven’t had another sexual or intimate encounter since. I did warn you on the previous paragraph to stop reading or read another review. This is probably not what you were expecting right? Yeah, money well spent!?!? Read on… if you dare...

    The Road Trip

    I felt incredible for the sheer fact that I get to travel abroad for the first time since my time in college which was over ten years ago. Yeah, I spent most of the past decade focusing on work while living in a negative feedback loop where my lifestyle consisted of work, wasting away on unproductive things and depressive episodes. How freeing and exciting it felt to once again travel abroad and see the world. On top of that, I get to spend time with my brothers after spending rough 4 weeks in vegas. It was our time to get to know each other on a deeper level and to live as what we had learned.

    We ended up going to Mykonos in Greece and Krakow in Poland. The mansion we got in Mykonos was fucking SICK!! Here is to living the millionaire lifestyle. It had enough rooms for all 17 of us, a giant pool and fantastic view of the surrounding area and ocean. Regardless of how I felt, I took every opportunity to soak in the place. The daytime bench clubs was definitely a unique and amazing experience when we all partied at the restaurant/ bench club from late afternoon until late evening and then we continued by going to a nightclub and partied until 5am in the morning. That schedule was just nuts. In the end, Mykonos was a success. Everyone had good experiences to take away and the group started to come together and bond. Special thanks to those Rockstars who took the time and made the extra effort to organize and made the trip an unforgettable experience.

    I still can’t believe some of the Rockstars was thinking of going to two party locations. Thank goodness we didn’t do that. (Although it probably would have been EPIC, but we were heavily spent.) Krakow was a major gem of a location and I was so grateful that we chose it as the other location on our was the perfect place to be a little more laid back. If it wasn’t for this Rockstar, I don’t think I would’ve set foot in Poland for another decade. Lots of thanks goes out to the brother who suggested it, organized it and made the entire time that we were there an amazing experience. It was a beautiful city with amazing food that was super cheap and lots of things to see and do.

    One of the best nights of the entire program happened in Poland when we were all partying at pretty the best club in Krakow, the Shine Club. For some reason, I felt amazing and powerful the entire night. While everyone was dancing and hugging around me, all I wanted to do was stand on this dance podium, just fucking be there and overlooked the entire place. Interesting moment...

    On the other hand, I will never forget our trip out to Auschwitz and Birkenau. It was a good hour away by road. Walking through the camp and learning the history helped put many things into perspective for me.

    I felt extremely taxed throughout the entire road trip as doubt and frustration set in on whether I had actually learned anything while I was in Vegas. Regardless of the internal battles, I trucked along the best that I could whenever I was with the guys to whenever we did more approaches. Yeah, it was TOUGH, ROUGH and EXHAUSTING to say the least. In Mykonos, I did have a couple great connections with some pretty amazing and beautiful girls which was encouraging. I screwed up logistic on one of the nights and the connection faded and so did the opportunity. In Poland, my approach anxiety came back and didn’t go away until the very last day.

    Stockholm & The Circle of Truth

    I felt incredible when we all landed in Sweden. I was looking forward to seeing this beautiful country and spending more time with my brothers after the many unforgettable moments we had in Mykonos and Krakow. Some of the major highlights and amazing moments in Stockholm were: when we went to Grona Lund (the local amusement park), chilled, barbecuing at a remote cabin with an amazing scenery and the many awesome nightly parties at the best clubs in Stockholm (The Wall, Hell’s Kitchen, F1, Cafe Opera, Soli and Berns). We had so much fun!

    In addition, I was looking forward to seeing the instructors again and excited to see how the program will progress on this second leg. My initial assumption was that it would be similar to Vegas and the road trip where we would be partying it up even more with some business seminars sprinkled in throughout the weeks. Boy was I in for a rude awakening.

    I felt extremely taxed throughout the entire Circle of Truth which lasted a bit over an hour. It is not pretty when 20 people gather around in a circle to give you a mental beating… oh I mean… “constructive negative-only feedback” from their honest perception of you. I felt that some people really took the time to adequately prepare and gave incredible feedback from the heart while others gave very surfacey feedback and some even gave feedback from the perspective that they were better than other people. It was what it was.

    It was incredibly brutal for me to say the least. In summary, this was people’s perception of me, that:
    - I do not take responsibility
    - I do not listen to people
    - I give unsolicited advice and always talk in self-help quotes and phrases
    - I come off as creepy and not someone that is fun to be around when I am drinking alcohol
    - I do not have a healthy view of women and come off as a douche
    - I come off as the youngest person in the group and behave like a boy
    - I lack social calibration
    - I have a lot of penned up anger, frustration and resentment
    - I do not know how to express my authentic self or share the person that I am

    Yeah, I was pretty crushed at that moment and could barely find the strength to continue being in the circle let alone to give another meaningful feedback. All I could think to myself was, “Holy SHIT! This was rough. How the fuck am I going to give good feedback to the rest of the guys.” So the next feedback I gave I pretty much had nothing in me, but I summoned whatever I had and gave it. Unfortunately, I ended up pulling a lot of punches. It took everything that I got to stay in that room, to stay seated and to focus on giving good feedback. That whole time I continued to struggle internally with the immense amount of sadness, confusion and pain that was just triggered.

    If you can not tell, it was an extremely painful moment for me. Here is how I dealt with it:
    - At some point during the circle, I made a decision. While I do not like hearing any of this and the things that people perceived and said was not always 100% accurate from how things really went down, those things weren’t important. What was important is to remain open minded to the feedback and know that if enough people perceived something then there has to be some truth to that point. Therefore, it is up to me to honestly reflect for myself and take the appropriate action.
    - I re-listen to the entire circle as soon as I gained strength, summarized the very key points you see above and proceed to commit making immediate changes.
    - Part of the subsequent actions involved doing a lot of internal reflection and making tough decisions along with reaching out to the people that gave me feedback and asking clarifying questions. It was so much so much fun! (** Sarcasm **)

    Since Rockstar, I have only listened to this circle sparingly and only when I have a strong mental frame and feel absolutely compelled to do it. The positive note is that I took to heart everything that was said and made significant strides during the remainder of the program. I have reached a place that is significantly better than where I was during the circle while I continue to work on having better social interactions, being authentic and letting go of the past. Although this moment and the feedback was incredibly painful for me, I was and still am extremely grateful for it. All the feedback allowed me to clearly see what I could not see before and with that knowledge I can take effective action to change for the better.

    Lastly, I recall the feedback I gave to one of the Rockstars during the circle, “People won’t and don’t have 9 weeks to invest and spend time with you to get to know you on a personal level.” As I am writing this reflection, this statement resonates strongly with me on a similar level, “People won’t care to or have the time to read through pages and pages of what you wrote on some blog out there to get to know me on a personal level”. Since Rockstar, I continue to work on expressing my best and authentic self early on in any interaction.

    Stockholm & The Circle of Appreciation

    When it came time for the Circle of Appreciation, I did not know what to expect. Although I had channelled all my attention and effort into making the necessary improvements before the circle, I still felt the unease from the Circle of Truth even though it has been weeks since it took place.

    I felt incredible during the circle and shortly after it ended. For that moment, I felt the genuine love, care and appreciation that was possible from the group as a whole. I realized that everyone did consciously perceived and appreciate what I bring to the group. While it was great to hear everyone’s feedback, at certain times, I still felt like it was more lip service and people saying nice things because they were suppose to. Yeah, that is extremely harsh but thats me being brutally honest.

    Shortly after the circle and upon listening to it an enormous amount of times post Rockstar, I eventually realized that the Circle of Appreciation is not meant to be a one and done event regardless of what people said and didn’t say. I feel like people are generally conditioned to see the negatives in other people making the Circle of Truth extremely harsh when people are being authentic. I feel society as a whole don’t value the appreciation of others and therefore it is difficult for people to show appreciation and care for others. Therefore, a moment like this was meant to sow a seedling in all of us to be kind and appreciate others and in turn that will allow each of us to be kind and appreciate ourselves.

    Since Rockstar, the audio recording has been a stable in my development toolkit for whenever I needed a pick-me-up.

    Final Party in Stockholm

    I felt incredible the entire time I was at the final party. Everyone was there. All the instructors. Many of the Rockstars from last year. All my Rockstar brothers were there. We got two incredible tables at The Wall, which is Stockholm’s best and most exclusive night club, and had bottles up on bottles of giant champagne. The energy at our table was electrifying. Everyone just cheering, dancing, laughing, jumping up and down and taking pictures and videos. I never wanted the moment to end. The girls at the entire club was just flocking to our table because we has so much fucking fun. It was infectious.

    My intention for the night was to have crazy amount of fun, be fully in the moment and to take at least a picture with each one of the Rockstars and then as many people in our group as possible. To say the least, I have achieved what I set out to do and then some. It was extremely important to me to be in that moment and remember that moment, because that moment represented our group at our very best! No matter what happened before the moment. We will always be “Brothers in the Trenches” for life because of what we have gone through together.

    The simple takeaway of the final party was, “Have FUN and the girls will come!”

    I felt extremely taxed and reached one of the lowest points on the program which took place immediately after the final party. On the walk to the Max’s Burger near our hotel, I started talking with one of the Rockstars from a previous year about how I was terrified about my path forward.

    The program was ending. My ability to connect with women seem to have plateau to a point where my approach anxiety still rear its ugly head on a consistent basis and my interactions remained short regardless of my improvements on all aspect of authenticity and masculinity. All I could think of was, “I spent all this money. All this time. All this effort. I gave it everything I got… and I felt like I have learned and achieved... NOTHING.” On top of it all, the program made a MAJOR FUCK UP which I have mentioned in the “Acknowledgment” section of this post. So I was extremely angry and furious because everything left me scrambling at this very point. Yeah, it was not a very pretty moment. My head was spinning.

    When we got to Max’s, I felt absolutely horrible. Somehow I knew it would not help me and would be detrimental if I had just went back to the hotel room, cried and soaked in the pain and sadness that I felt. Somehow, the voice inside me told me that I needed to just take one action at a time: take the steps I needed to get through the door, take the steps I needed to stand there and take in the feelings. All of it.

    Then at that very moment, I saw one of the previous Rockstars standing in the middle of the ordering area expressing genuine concern for me. I felt compelled to walk over to him and proceeded to cry loudly on his shoulders for a good 5 or 10 minutes. Yeah, it was an ugly moment but I didn’t give a shit what anyone thought. I needed to let go. After that, I forced myself to stay at Max’s and luckily found comfort in my roommate and a couple other caring brothers. I will never forget who was there with me during those tough moments. I guess it is true what they say, those who care show up. I felt a lot better the next day and made an audio recording just to help myself digest everything.

    Yeah, that moment shook every fiber of my being. The effects lingered much throughout the post Rockstar travels and the healing begin. It wasn’t until I got back home and had time to fully internalize the things that had happen that things begin solidify.

    That extremely painful moment found its way to impacting my daily life in tremendous and beneficial ways. I learned to start letting go of things I could not control, start focusing on my own needs first and start being at peace with the place that I was in my life. Mainly it helped me to start opening up and being vulnerable. Most importantly, I realized that by being opened and vulnerable, I would naturally attract those who are genuine, safe and caring. I actually just realized this point as I am reflecting on this experience. So more growth points :-).

    There is a also a flip-side to this realizations, not everyone is equipped or is willing to be a genuine, safe and caring person. The ability to care about another person is just like a skill that one needs to develop. Without this skill, a person needing help could explicitly ask for help and for some one reason or another, consciously or unconsciously, this person will not be able to respond properly to this call for help. I believe wholeheartedly that everyone has the potential to develop a truly caring spirit. It takes work just like everything else. Most importantly, it requires a person to incorporate it fully into their values and beliefs system. To be able to truly come from a place of giving is to start with a seedling of care in your heart.

    With that said, I needed to become more vulnerable as a person and it also required others to value and develop the skill to actually care about another person. Throughout the program, I felt there was a lack of care for others and a lack of care for the group as a whole. I understand. Everyone came into the program with their own agenda and their own shit they needed to deal with. Everyone had to work on developing their own authenticity and vulnerability as well. At this point, I can say with sincerity is that I am not hurt by the lack of care and hindered sense of community. It would be appropriate to echo a sentiment that I had recently convey to my friend who had missed out on our Circle of Appreciation, “I honestly do not feel hurt. What I feel is that It was a missed opportunity.”

    People can say that I am repressing my anger or that I am not expressing my feelings. They are right in some respect. I am sure I still have a lot of unconscious anger, sadness and rage from my childhood that I still need to work through. I am comfortable with that. (This is a story for another day.) At this point in my life, I feel like most things aren’t worth being hurt or angry about, because whatever negative feeling I choose I will then have to carry it with me. Instead, I choose to view these situations as just another “missed opportunity”. I find this perspective to be healthier, more productive and more impactful because each “missed opportunity” immediately becomes a permanent lesson in my heart.

    Signing off on a positive note. Remember all those pictures I took with everyone at the final party. I wanted a simple and yet powerful way to remember and recall that awesome moment as well as recall every one of those amazing connections. When I was traveling after Rockstar, I felt compel to assemble an Instagram posting where I was able to incorporate all the Rockstars into it. Unfortunately I missed some of the alums that were at the party. Since then I have stayed off of Instagram but have found myself scrolling through those pictures whenever I felt the calling.

    Over the past month, I have felt in my heart that I needed the time alone to come to terms with my experiences and worked diligently to digest everything that have happened along with the mountain load of things that I have learned. I feel like this marks a major milestone for me where I feel a greater sense of freedom and strength to fully re-engage with my brothers from a much cleaner and solid place of authenticity.

    Awakening Moments

    I felt incredible during various awakening moments throughout the program as well as during some of my post Rockstar travels. All the moments that I have written above also fit in to this category. These moments allow me to feel fully the core feelings I have been avoiding or have been clouded out all my life. While others moments taught me to simply let go of expectations, feel the tiniest inklings and allow it to grow so that I can feel it as fully in the moment.

    I felt extremely taxed throughout the entire Rockstar program because unconsciously I was holding onto so much stuff: my identity, negatives beliefs, internal expectations, external expectations, negative emotions and judgement. These moments helped sow some powerful seeds.

    As of this writing, the feelings I felt and the insights I realized have been fully integrated into my conditioning which in turn have helped me to internalize these feelings and insights which in turn continues to be a positive influence in the way I feel about myself, live my life, make decisions and connect with others.

    The conditioning practice all started with a couple bullet points on one blank google document as well as a couple insignificant conscious decisions at various points throughout and after the program to carve out several minutes to do a meditative and feeling session along with reading or listening to the conditioning document(s). I feel this is the single most important takeaway from the entire Rockstar program.

    This is where my story ends… My hope is where your Rockstar story begins...

    In conclusion, if you get a chance to attend next year’s Rockstar or one of the subsequent years. My one piece of advice is don’t let any moment be a “Missed Opportunity”. You will need to define what that means to you. This was my Rockstar experience and its lasting impact on me. My hope is that you will find your true path, with or without the Project Rockstar program. Good luck!

    Acknowledgements/ Thank You

    A special thanks goes out to a friend and former roommate who introduced me to the whole pick-up community and learning how to connect with women. If it wasn’t for him I would not have attended the 2017 Love System’s Super Conference. Attending that conference and the cumulation of my subsequent actions is what made this past year and the things I write here possible. While he was a positive influence in many aspects, his shortcoming also help guide me in finding myself. He showed me what life is like to live as a person who takes very little risks, who have stopped growing as a person, who have grown attached to material things and who blames others for their own problems.

    A special thanks goes out to my friend since 6th grade who has been pivotal before and after Rockstar. He helped take care of my family’s things along with my things back home while I was on the Rockstar program. He gave me a great place to stay to focus on recovery and growth when I returned. His non-judgemental support has been instrumental when I returned. My growth has inspired him to strive to be better. Most importantly, I see in him the person I would’ve become if I would have made a couple different decisions differently, if I did not have the courage to push through every one of my struggles and if I did not continue growing over these years.

    A special thanks goes out to a Rockstar from the previous year who had recently turned instructor. The courage, authenticity, vulnerability and genuine care he displayed throughout this entire Rockstar for our entire class was extremely inspirational and helped everyone seed these core traits early on during Rockstar. While he continues to deal with his own challenges and pain, he has never lost his spirit of giving and care. He was instrumental in helping me discover and express my own vulnerability at one of my lowest point on the program when I felt the heaviest and most painful (See “Final Party in Stockholm”). Most importantly, our talk gave me a chance to be there for him as a brother. I felt like I was able to genuinely offer my perspective on the many of the things we are both working on and share some of my approaches. Our talk also created a space for me to begin to re-engaging and connecting with others.

    A special thanks goes out to the one of the Rockstar who has been making an extra effort to reach out to every one of the Rockstar long after the program have officially ended. He is a testament how much a person can and will grow when they fully commit themselves to personal development for a whole year from genuine sources as he had attended the 10 day program months prior to joining Rockstar. Our talk a couple days ago helped round out some rough edges around my solidifying authenticity which will no doubt make this review even better than if we had not spoken. Most importantly, he reminded me how to truly care and connect with people in an authentic and meaningful way. Also, our talked sparked a drive within me to re-read the book, No More Mr. Nice Guy. I spent the next day reading, reflecting on the key concepts, integrating them into my conditioning process and living my days based on those insights.

    A special thanks goes out to Sterling and Vici for putting together this program and keeping it going for these many years as well as all the current years instructors and those who have come before. Obviously, none of these posts as well as those posts from years past would exist if they did not personally persevere through their own struggles and ultimately learn the authentic and effective way to connect with women over the years. Ultimately passing down and adding onto this knowledge so other man with similar struggles can benefit and live better lives.

    Lastly, I want to truly honor, thank, love and celebrate the person that I was, for every time he tried to change, for every painful experiences he had to endure, for every decision he made regardless of the consequences and for each step he took forward regardless of the countless times he got knocked down or got smacked back.


    Acknowledgement/ A Major Fuck Up
    Coming from a place of gratitude and thankfulness, I also feel whole-heartedly that I have every right to be angry with in one aspect of this year’s program. I found it extremely counterproductive to the development of all Rockstar brothers when we had 15 ten-day guys participate at the beginning of the Rockstar program. This single mistake was detrimental in several folds:
    - Due to the size of the 10 day group, the instructors had to dedicate a significant amount attention/ energy to them and it was at the expense of giving greater attention/ energy to the Rockstars which resulted in some hindrance of development or people developed a shakier foundation.
    - It wasted an enormous amount of time which resulted in the significant loss of opportunities for the Rockstars to get to know each other on an even deeper level, grow closer and develop a greater sense of camaraderie and cohesion early on in the program which of course had negative consequences later on in the program.
    - The truth is some guys will have more natural advantages than others when it comes to presenting themselves and subsequently developing an amazing connection with women. While I am grateful for the advantages that I do have, I got what I got and I know I have to work 10x harder than anyone else. I can’t speak for anyone else. It would’ve been helpful for me to be able to develop a more solid foundation as well as get greater attention with help on both inner and outer game, story times, one-on-one times, greater support from the group, more time to hang with the guys and other things early on.
    - On top of the above factors, there were also certain elements of the group dynamics that hindered the development of cohesion of the entire group which denotes the importance of doing things right during this critical time on the program.

    I am adamant about this point because every Rockstar made a significant commitment and sacrifice in terms of time, money, effort and dedication. On top of that, something similar had happened on a previous year, so this fuck up was NOT ACCEPTABLE.

    Including this for my sanity to properly reflect. This will likely change in the coming years but I feel it would beneficial for those interested in the program.

    Application Process - Opened in January
    Interview Process - Mid-March (For me were: 3/14, 3/20, 3/28 with final interview on 4/1)
    Fitness Transformation - April to End of July (A full month of 4Weeks2Shred in March)
    Project Rockstar - End of July to End of September (4 Weeks in Vegas, 1 Week in Mykonos, 1 Week in Krakow, 3 Weeks in Sweden)
    Post PR Travels (Group) - End of September to October 7th, October 16th to 25th
    Post PR Travels (Solo) - October 7th to 16th
    Confronting Life After Rockstar (LAR) - October 29th to December 10th

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    There's a few things worth addressing for Shiu Ming J.

    Project Rockstar can be a challenging and mentally testing experience. We design the program for the game side of things to get increasingly and exponentially more difficult throughout the summer. For most people Vegas is the easiest, Eastern Europe is more challenging, and Sweden is the hardest socially of probably anywhere in the world. So while the final leg of the program can be frustrating for those that don't fully click into the unique social culture there, when they leave and return home they usually find that it feels as though they were training with some pretty heavy weights on that have now been lifted.

    When I followed up with Shiu Ming J earlier today he cleared up that since the program has finished he's only been out a few times in the months since the end of PR and currently lives an hour commute away from the nearest place to go out. He agreed if he had been out more since the program ended it would likely have been a different story. More importantly, he is currently in process of moving out of his small hometown and will be spending early 2019 in Asia with fellow alums and instructors from the program, so I'm excited to see what's in store for him. I get the sense once he gets back into the swing of things he will be pleasantly surprised at how far he's actually come.

    It's unfortunate he felt like there was a lack of care for others and a lack of care for the group as a whole. It's usually a unanimous feeling that one of the biggest outcomes of the summer is the brotherhood built and deep sense of care developed for one another. Shiu Ming J, I would consider that the "unconscious anger and rage" you mentioned in your post you were working through might have made it difficult to connect as deeply with others as you would have liked during the summer. But from what I've seen you've made huge strides in those areas too, particularly towards the end of the program, and so I do believe that as you continue to unwind those emotional blocks you'll find it easier and easier to build deeper bonds and friendships. Within your PR class the seeds of those friendships already exist, so I think it is just a matter of time and effort for them to bloom into their full potential.

    As for the 10-day integration, for PR2019 we are restructuring how the two programs are run and also extending to Vegas leg of Project Rockstar by 5 the additional days. This should clear up all scheduling issues. Thank you for the candid feedback on this!

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    Project Rockstar showed me who I really am. My life leading to the program was a just a series of ďsafeĒ decisions, while pretending to be something some else wanted me to be. The program exposed me to what truly mattered and gave me the ability to work on myself in becoming the man I always was, just suppressed and conditioned to fall-in-line by society. It never failed to surprise me how generous all the instructors and alumni were in taking the time in bringing me to edge of what I needed to do, to change myself and become a better version of myself. They would show whatís possible and what I need to do if I wanted such a life, but I always had to take the final steps into the unknown. Taking the final steps was the scariest shit Iíve ever done, but with them came the biggest changes. I felt like jumping over a cliff, and having faith that what society has taught me was just an illusion. I experienced this almost everyday, so by the end of the program, I donít even recognize myself. I find myself happier all the time, Iíve learnt how to have fun and Iíve made friends with a bunch of guys I know will always be there for me.

    Yes, I was hesitant about how expensive the program was, but after experiencing what I did this summer, I would do it again in a without a second thought. Iíve grown more as a man because of this program than I have all my life upto this summer.

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    Breaking my review down into a few parts:



    This has been an incredibly crazy year - with Rockstar being a major reason for that. When I take any risk for growth, the question I always ask myself is: "Will my life be going in a significantly different and preferred direction?" and the answer for Rockstar is absolutely.

    Life right now is more amazing than ever. A lot of the external stuff is amazing: life is relaxed and going well, I'm in the best shape I've been in almost a decade, my social life is more popping than ever, I'm dating two of my dream girls, I've slept with enough people that I don't feel the need to anymore, pretty much every girl I sleep with says I'm the best they've ever had in bed, I get comments from strangers that I dress like a model, and all my female friends are asking me to teach their boyfriends how to be a man.

    But more important than the external is the internal: I've dealt with basically all of my social anxiety, feel abundance in life, relationships, and sex, I'm not anxious/needy in my relationships, and I have complete confidence in myself as a man and in my ability to spark attraction in women.


    Before Rockstar, I wouldn't have any of the stuff I've described above. I had pretty intense social anxiety and lacked a perspective on it. I had a great dating life, but that is because I did the 10-day previously and that 10-day completely changed my dating life and helped identify what was easily my largest issue (masculinity). Before the 10-day, I felt like I had a hole in my soul, feeling like I was missing out on having a good dating life, and that I was worse than others. Before rockstar, I was happy with my dating life but not at all confident with it. I was insecure that I could consistently find girls of the caliber that I was dating, insecure I was good enough in bed, insecure that I could get them to sleep with me, insecure about a lot of things and feeling like those things were just not something I could do/have.

    Related to that love-life anxiety, I had a lot of social anxiety - obsessed with not disappointing others and not making a fool of myself (you can imagine how this played out over the summer!). Bascially a lot of anxiety in most parts of my life.


    The time during the program was a blast.

    So many little things individually made the program incredibly worth it:
    1. I've always wanted the crazy-partying-frat-guy experience, and rockstar stratched that itch and then some.
    2. Simply learning to talk to people in parties was more than worth it for me (because I could very consistently get numbers and at the time, I believed that to be enough to eventually date them).
    3. The fashion 1-on-1 made me not only have an amazing wardrobe, but made me better understand fashion and how to use it to express myself so much so that everything I wear I've bought after the program.
    4. PR gave me tons of confidence - in how I look, in my height, in my tonality of voice, in how I dress, everything.
    5. Seeing other people do internalizes the belief that what's on the inside really matters and everything on the outside is just a minor help.
    6. Being best friends with these guys was freaking phenomenal.
    7. No offense other people, but I freaking loved my roommates!
    8. I don't want to spoil anything, but week 2 was the highlight of the entire program.
    9. All the sex was pretty great.


    And then it ended and I asked myself the questions I assume we all asked ourselves: "was it all worth it? did I really learn anything? is life different now?".

    I don't know if I have the authority to give advice, but if I did, I'd say to my present and future brothers and myself: the hard part is afterwards.

    I was lucky enough to have the flexibility with both my time and finances to keep travelling for 2 months after Rockstar and keep practicing, living mostly just with a Rockstar instructor and with intense coaching. This was definitely the hardest part for me, because throughout the program, I was having a blast and trusting the process to get me where I wanted to be and now there was much less of a process. I had many nights where I thought learning this all just wasn't worth it, or that I couldn't do it, or that I just didn't have enough time.

    And in some ways, that was right. I didn't learn it all, and I didn't have the time to master every form of game, or even get proficient in them. But things clicked. I got beyond where I thought I would. I did things I never thought was possible. And with every new experience like that, it felt like the fog on how attraction works was lifted a little more. Every form of game had different lessons (day vs night vs dancefloor vs tinder), but all those lessons really came together.

    Near the end of those travels, almost 20 of us went to Singapore for a music festival on sea (aka hookup cruise), and I had planned for that to be my "graduation ceremony" to see how I've progressed, and all the hard work did in fact pay off!


    I'm not done though, but I am beyond happy with where I am. I'm still very much on a journey of getting a better grasp of masculinity and femininity. PR gave me the right vocabulary, questions, and directions to ask for the next few years.

    Much more than that, I've experienced this summer and fall more than I ever even imagined I wanted, and that put me in amazing place to look at myself and my life and realize that what I really want is not any of those external things, but being the kind of person that I want to be. And I always have given thoughts like that lip service, but it really is quite different after you've experienced so much insanity and felt that it didn't make you as fulfilled as looking in the mirror and loving who you look at.

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    2018 Rockstar Review

    What attracted me to Rockstar was the relationships people developed and the way people seem changed afterwards. To me those things were priceless. I read some of the blogs and reviews and then watched some of the podcasts about it. I could tell that it was legit and that the people involved truly believed in it. I applied for Rockstar because I wanted a life that was different from my mundane one. At 48 years old I was the oldest Rockstar and wasn’t interested in simply scoring with chicks. I wanted a more meaningful life. I saw the livestreams on youtube and the way people talked about their lives post-Rockstar and I said, “I want that”.

    It started with a simple personality test. I found out I’m an INFJ-T. Those personality tests are scary. Hard to believe at 48 years old I could learn so much about myself. I didn’t have a lot of time to research it pre-Rockstar. Most of my research has been done post-RS. I think it was a good idea to have people do those and learn about themselves. It also helps the instructors get an idea for the Rockstars and hopefully helps them interact better.

    Fitness and Nutrition
    So the fitness and nutrition part was pretty incredible. I don’t remember how much weight I lost but it was a lot. My diet has changed forever and 2 months post-Rockstar I’m eating the same thing I ate during the fitness portion. Yeah I’m cheating more, of course, my I’m still meal prepping and eating healthy and NOT avoiding carbs like I thought I needed to. I didn’t realize the damage I had done on my metabolism over the years by eating so little and avoiding carbs. I do believe the fitness portion needs a makeover. We used this old school body building guy who used a lot of outdated exercises and tactics. I need to make a post about that on Facebook but have been procrastinating. Still, I got great results (sometimes substituted exercises that I didn’t agree with).

    I had a couple setbacks during the Fitness portion. A woman I was seeing left me and it left me devastated. It actually spiraled me into a depression so I went into Rockstar extremely emotionally fragile. This was probably my biggest struggle during Rockstar. No, it was undoubtedly my biggest struggle. My other setback is that I had hired a partner to work at my company. I was hoping to work a lot less and concentrate more on my fitness and nutrition with him taking a large part of my workload at my company. That fell through and I ended up having to work pretty tirelessly until a week before Rockstar started. That was a challenge. I went into the office really tired one day and made a stupid mental error. I realized I simply couldn’t be doing things like that and couldn’t sacrifice sleep to exercise.

    Vegas was very difficult for me. I knew starting Rockstar that it would be and that I’d be stepping waaaaay out of my comfort zone. That was kind of the purpose though. I wanted to push my boundaries and wanted to shake up my life and get out of that comfort zone living. Starting Rockstar depressed made it more difficult. Still, I did the best I could. I learnt a ton. My learning curve was extremely steep because I was doing so many thing wrong. My body language was wrong, my approaches were shaky, and my banter was non-existent. I improved all of these things immensely. I got a lot of help from my mentor, G. He gave me tons of feedback and sent me lots of messages on things to work on. I needed this extra help I’d say it worked. One night things started clicking and I started having some really long interactions with girls. The instructors watching me were telling me that the girls were just melting as I talked to them. I saw a couple of the girls a couple nights later and they remembered me and called me over to them. Those few nights were a big stepping stone for me and I saw my game really elevate. After that it was really working on things, doing the repetitions, and trying to improve.

    I had some tough nights and even some breakdowns during Vegas. We did some breathing exercises that was supposed to be kind of a spiritual exercise for us. I forget the name of breathing. It was awful. The physical part was ok, I could deal with that, but the mental stuff it brought up was terrible and uncomfortable. Then we had a guest instructor come in to help us with our innerselves. Oh boy. I put that off as long as possible and was the last person to go. I was already emotionally pretty fragile and this brought up a lot of emotion also. The instructor was awesome though and I enjoyed his style of teaching and intervention.

    I had read reviews that daygame was part of Rockstar. We didn’t get any daygame teaching or practice during all of Rockstar and I felt let down by that. I don’t think you should come out of Rockstar and not have any daygame repetitions. I was also let down that we had to share the first 10 days with 10 day bootcamp people. About 4 days of this or so was spent watching their interventions. That was a waste of Rockstar’s time.

    I was fine with going to Mykonos and was looking forward to it. I kept telling myself all during Vegas that if I can just make it thru vegas and get to Mykonos then all will be great. Well, I got to Mykonos and things werent so great. To my surprise I was miserable. Miserable to the point I was actually kind of worried about myself and my well-being. I think it was the 2nd night there we got home and I couldn’t sleep. I stayed up all night thinking and crying. I wondered what was wrong with me. Why couldn’t I be happy here in a beautiful house on a beautiful island? My depression was sinking in further instead of abating. I decided I needed to get back home and get some help for myself. I debated leaving without telling anyone but realized I couldn’t do that to the guys. I had to face them and let them know. To my surprise I actually felt a lot better simply getting things off my chest. We talked for a bit and I decided to stick it out. I didn’t go out much, I spent most of the time at the house. And I was still moving in slow motion it seemed. But I made it thru.

    Poland started out ok. It was nice to be in a city with some roads and infrastructure and a coffee shop in walking distance. So I felt better from the start. My mood took another nosedive though and after the second day I confined myself to my room a lot. After that I was just going thru the motions.

    Finally, I felt alive again. I really liked sweden. I couldn’t believe how beautiful the girls were just walking around the area. It’s like it was supermodels everywhere you look. Amazing. And I really liked the area we were staying too. It was very upscale and trendy. Lots of high end shops . The clubs were good. My mood was kind of on and off. I still had some down times but they were less frequent. Within the first couple days there we did something called The Circle of Truth. This was helpful in some ways but I had some problems with it too. I feel it crossed some lines. The COT is supposed to be helpful to the Rockstars. It’s supposed to help them see themselves the way others do. Give them an outside perspective on themselves. I think it strayed away from that and devolved into some attacks at times. There was some name calling that I didn’t approve of. And I, personally, was told “fuck you” twice by one of the instructors. I had a real problem with that and being talked to that way. That went way past any lines I have drawn. That’s not helpful, it’s not straight talk, and it’s not tough talk. It’s just insulting and offensive and that’s the way I took it. Rockstars should not be talking to other Rockstars that way and instructors should be held to that same standard or a higher one. Two months post-Rockstar the way I was spoken to was still bothering me. I spoke with a couple of the Rockstars from my group and deliberated for a long time. Eventually I contacted the instructor and told him I wanted nothing to do with him anymore. There needs to be some clear rules on what is and isnt allowed during the COT. Straight talk and tough talk are fine, but telling the participants to fuck themselves or any type of name calling is useless and unhelpful.

    By far the best of Rockstar has been the people I’ve met. I applied to Rockstar so that I could have a more fulfilled life. I still have step to make to see that thru, but that’s more because I don’t know any Rockstars in my area. Haha. The important thing is that my fellow Rockstars will be part of my life forever. I met some of the most amazing people I’ve ever met before being part of Rockstar. And I learned so much about attraction, masculinity, energy in the club, etc. these were things I wish I learned years ago, but I’m happy I have the skills now at least. I wouldn’t have made it thru if it hadnt been for the help of my fellow Rockstars. They really carried me, pulled me, and pushed me thru. I may not be able to repay them, but maybe I can pay it forward to future Rockstars. I also got a lot of what I expected out of Rockstar. I did learn the unexpected too though. Starting Rockstar in a depressed state was difficult and post-Rockstar I was thinking how much better it would have been if I’d started in a better state of mind. Then it hit me, these guys really accepted me the way I was wanted me to succeed. That says a lot about them and about the support structure. I was at a really low point and that didn’t matter. They were still going to help and support me and help me improve. That was impressive.

    Overall I would recommend Rockstar to people. Even to someone like me who doesn’t typically like going out or lots of social events. It’s important to do things like that and to push your boundaries because that’s how you grow as a person I think. Professionally I’ve pushed myself a lot and stepped way out of my comfort zone on many occasions and it’s paid off for me. So doing it for my personal life was important. I regret not doing more of that, but thankful for the times I have done it like during Rockstar. Thank you everyone!

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