Jason Capital started to dominate the dating market via his website, jasoncapitaldating.com and a strong online marketing campaign. His YouTube videos show a cool natural guy who advocates “honest game”.
Jason operates from LA and admits to being a virgin until age 20 in his junior year of college. In college, he was nicknamed the Make-Out King because he would rather make out with girls than take any of them home.
According to him, Jason has been in 3 relationships and slept with more than 100 girls, but stopped counting because the number became meaningless. More importantly, he now focuses on the experience than the number and is currently nurturing a mindset shift to making cool social connections without “an immediate need to have sex” approach. Not only does this feel better, but attracts more girls wanting to connect, and introduce him to their girlfriends.
Jason’s teaching style focuses on not acting “fake” in order to pick up women. An eye-opening experience when playing co-ed basketball changed his way of thinking. “Instead of censoring my thoughts, I said EXACTLY what was on my mind”. It resulted in Jason hooking up with the girl he was chatting up. From that point on, Jason re-evaluated his approach to picking up women and changed it into one very different from what he had previously learned.
Jason Capital Quotes
“Instead of censoring my thoughts – and this is key – I said EXACTLY what was on my mind.”
“(Sometimes) you have to hit rock bottom to ignite change.”
“If the conversation fizzles out. Silence. Awkward moment for most guys right? For me, I bask in those moments. A high status guy realizes that silence is a part of life. That’s high status behavior. Low status guys are afraid of awkward moments. Embrace them. That’s the guy she wants to sleep with at 3am in the morning, not the guy who’s afraid of silence of awkwardness.”
“I always have things to say, because I always have thoughts in my head. My thoughts are awesome, because I think my thoughts are awesome”
Jason Capital Pictures
Jason in an interview with Adam Lyons: