|Knowledge Sphere:||Tao of Badass|
Disclaimer: Affiliate links are included in this review
|Product Name||Tao of Badass|
|Company Affiliation||Tao of Badass|
|Release Date||October 2011|
|Skill Level||Beginner - Intermediate (non-PUA)|
|Rating||Product and content quality – 23/25|
Innovation of material – 24/25
Application in field/bed – 25/25
Value for money – 25/25
|Total Score||97/100 (A+)/100 (based on 1 review)|
|Price||$97 (one time)|
|Format||eBook, Online Videos, Membership|
|Reviewed By||Vince Lin|
Tao of Badass is the new product from Joshua Pellicer and it boasts an impressive list of resources for $97. Starting with the member’s section, you get access to the eBook Tao of Badass. Perhaps more importantly, you can access to his exclusive body language course and hacking attraction, videos of his ongoing seminars on dating. The membership area also allows new members to introduce themselves, and see map of other nearby TOBA customers.
The one thing that stands out right away about Josh is that he focuses on the things that matter. In this simplicity the reader is not taken on a tail spin in additional content, but rather, just the essential key ingredients of mastering a specific skill.
The section I enjoyed the most was his body language techniques. I did not know there were positive, negative, and dominant body language. The 5 week mastery course focuses on eyes contact, voice tonality, negative body language, positive body language, and using touch to aid you in meeting women and seduction.
Hacking Attraction was one of those eye openers – apparently, you can’t learn a skill properly unless you first figure out how you best learn. Josh talks about the different types of learning skills – by touch, sound, feel, and internal and externally-framed people and how each one has his own pro and cons of learning. In some ways I thought these videos was better than the actual book.
In finishing the TOBA videos, I saw my game develop to a new level (combined with proper going out and actually trying this stuff). For example, in realizing that my body language spoke 60% of my communication, I worked on exhibiting dominant and negative body language. In doing so, I saw my sets turn out differently and I realized that our body indeed speaks more than our words.