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New Year’s Revolutions

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Well here it is—2018 has finally arrived!

Happy New Year to you, dear reader of this website, and thank you very much indeed for all the support you gave me in 2017. The traffic here has increased exponentially in the past twelve months and you are a part of that.

I am truly humbled and grateful.

A Tale of Two Cities

As I write this I am sitting in the new room I have taken right in the middle of London’s West End. If I threw a stone out of the window then—apart from getting arrested—I would hit Piccadilly Circus, the Times Square of our capital city. Given that I made a big deal about going to Berlin at the end of last year, some readers have been curious to know why I am here.

The answer is that,having spent some time living there, on reflection it seemed to me that for various reasons connected with writing this blog, and for other business and personal reasons, it makes sense for me to remain in London for at least the next few months. In any case, I still have my apartment in Berlin, so, while I will be renting that out to guests, there is nothing to stop me from going over there whenever I wish.

In other words, I have overturned my original decision to base myself solely in Berlin. I don’t think that’s a bad thing. I think it’s perfectly fine to try something out, gather the evidence, and then have a rethink. I don’t think it always makes sense to dogmatically follow a course of action just because of an earlier decision in the face of mounting evidence that it may not be a good idea (and the UK government might be well-advised to think about that in regard to Brexit.)

Anyway, my being in London is not an irreversible move. It may very well be that I choose to base myself in Berlin again from the early summer, depending on how things go.

But even more important than that, when I left my corporate job, the focus of my plan was to make my writing my sole occupation. Everything else is subservient to that, including where I live. Every decision that I make must support my writing and business activities, for they are paramount.

In addition, my real ambition was less to be tied to Berlin, or London or anywhere else, but to be location independent. In actual fact, I’d like nothing more than to spend a few months in Russia. I also have a yearning to go to NYC again, and I would love to tour some other FSU countries like Belarus and Ukraine and so on.

In other words, my intention is to become a digital vagabond, not tethered too tightly to one city or another. As it happens, I own property in Berlin, but that doesn’t necessarily mean I need to be there, since it is for investment purposes rather than anything else.

In London I have my network of friends, the people I’ve known for many years. I also have access to a lot of useful business services that I need. There is the issue of boring things like tax and company incorporation which are easier for me to attend to here as a UK citizen. I have my regular 12 step groups (hugely important, although these groups are also great in Berlin too). And we also still just about have the NHS, so healthcare is free also.

A Game Paradise?

new year's revolutions

The other thing about London is that, hands down, it is an amazing city for game. There are nearly 10m people here: that includes a hell of a lot of girls. Girls from all over the world. Given that I’m writing primarily about game her it is important that I am out there in the field practising it on a daily basis.

Not to do so would be faking it, and one thing I have never been and nor will ever be is a faker.

I know that my readers have come to rely on me to tell it like it is. You guys trust me to do so and you’d be able to tell if I wasn’t. So my commitment to you is to get out there in the field, try different things, see what happens and report back. And my feeling is that I am best placed to do that in Central London.

It will also be interesting to see what effect logistics has on my game, since the place where I am staying is so central. In all my previous London stories (pretty much) I was based in Zone 2, a good 25 minute cab ride from centre. This is a different ball game, since I’m in Soho and only ten minutes walk from Oxford Street. Plus I have Leicester Square on my doorstep. Whether for night game or day game you really couldn’t ask for a better position.

Let’s just say I have never lived anywhere with so much potential before.

What’s Coming Up In 2018

As I said, my writing and business activities are paramount—but then of course these are intimately tied to my game. So I have the somewhat unique problem of having to juggle a fairly unbalanced and unpredictable personal life with the demands of running a daily website and social media presence. It’s not not just that these things are connected, they are one and the same. But that’s the challenge I’ve undertaken and I’ll make it work.

More importantly, I’ve spent a lot of the last week planning my output for 2018, and I have a very busy schedule of new books coming up. Realistically you can expect a book a month, or thereabouts, with the first one being my long-awaited title about dating for me aged 40+. That one is almost ready to go, it’s just being edited and formatted as we speak.

After that, I am planning a foray into the wild, kinky side of game. Looking at my stats for 2017, some of my most popular articles are about the various sex parties, swingers’ clubs and fetish events I’ve been to (you dirty lot!). So there seems to be an appetite for that kind of material. It also has the advantage of being an area of game that hasn’t really been covered in any great detail before.

After that, I will be releasing a linked series of sex books all based on the theme of revolutionising your life. These will cover dating and game, but also the corporate world—how to survive it and how to get out of it—plus starting your own business, being location independent, and developing all of the personal and mindset skills, as well as the practical ones, necessary to live the Modern Casanova lifestyle fully.

This is a big undertaking and it will involve a lot of hard work, but I’m really excited to get this stuff out to you: I’ve got some dynamite content and I can’t wait to share it.

As I’m working on all of this I will of course be monitoring my personal situation. If it becomes useful for me to move to a different city then of course I will do so. But if it doesn’t then I will simply remain in London getting on with it.

Towards the summer I will take stock and see if it’s time to shake things up again. But for me, location is less important than production. And I’m not interested in New Year’s resolutions: for me, it’s all about New Year’s revolutions. And they can only come about in anyone’s life, mine included, through knuckling down and attending to the hard work that needs to be carried out every day.

No one else creates our lives other than ourselves. It’s a tough realisation, but it’s also a beautiful one, when we finally discover that the power to revolutionise our existences sits solely in our own hands.

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Again, Happy New Year, and many thanks for reading. It’s for you that I put out these articles every day, and I hope that—in spite of the occasional foray into self-indulgence—you continue to find them useful and entertaining.

Please do drop me a line, with in the comments below, or on Twitter or email, with any thoughts, questions or suggestions. I love to hear from you and I will of course answer every single message.

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12 comments
Markus - January 2, 2018

Intersting times ahead – a barrier for many in London is the Insane property prices – how much are you spending to be so central even if it’s a room?
Do you air bnb your berlin apartment?

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    tfadmin - January 2, 2018

    Hi, well I rent out my apartment in Berlin to friends. Room cost here is about £1000 per month all-in, which sounds a lot but for this location is crazy. The Berlin place offsets a lot of that, the rest made up in book sales plus private clients etc.

    Cheers, Troy

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Ryo - January 2, 2018

What an awesome and exciting life lol I can’t wait to the big city (NYC). Small towns (200k population] suck ass for game, and life in general.

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    tfadmin - January 2, 2018

    Hi Ryo, yes, small towns suck. I grew up in suburbia and would travel in to London every chance I got. I then moved to Manchester UK for University (pop. 500k). That seemed OK at the time but really even that’s too small. London is fantastic. Berlin has a pop. of around 3.5m which is good, but still in a different league to here. One of the reasons why basing myself here for a game blog makes sense.

    Cheers,
    Troy.

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getlucky14 - January 2, 2018

Nice list of objectives going forward.
I would be interested to know how one would ‘survive’ in terms of finances.
Living in central

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    tfadmin - January 2, 2018

    Hey, many thanks. I’ll cover this in a more in-depth way in an article—or series of articles. And also, this is one of the topics I’ll be getting into in my 6-book series. But basically I have a small apartment in Berlin that I can rent out for good money, and I also make money from selling my books. On top of that you have private coaching clients, skype consultations and so on. I’m very much at the beginning stage of this, but nevertheless my income from books has been consistently good and is growing. So those are the basic elements.

    Also this room I’m renting is a pretty good deal and I’m going to have to cut my living costs right back. Not drinking helps!

    Cheers, Troy.

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getlucky14 - January 2, 2018

Nice list of objectives going forward.
I and I’m sure many others would be interested to know about money/finances.
How much should one realistically have saved up before throwing in the 9-5?
Also how are you going to ‘survive’ without income from a job and living in central London must be really expensive.
Or maybe you’re just a millionaire lol

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    tfadmin - January 2, 2018

    Hey man, not a millionaire, sadly, although I did recently come out of a corporate career and I was fortunate enough to make a small amount of cash to put by through that. This is a subject that interests a lot of guys so I’ll definitely be getting into it in more detail on the site – see below for my fuller answer.

    In terms of how much you should have put by, that’s kind of ‘how long is a piece of string’. For me personally it was a combination of having a bit of cash put by, but more importantly, seeing my income from my side-hustle (this site and the books etc.) growing consistently. Throughout 2017 I was fortunate enough to be getting more traffic and as a result higher sales, until it came to a point where I thought ‘OK, now’s the time to make the jump’ as things going in the right direction.

    Cheers, Troy.

    Cheers, Troy.

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getlucky14 - January 2, 2018

Well done on that!
Good luck

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getlucky14 - January 2, 2018

Also would be interesting to see what £1000 gets you in central London if a vid us possible?..

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    tfadmin - January 2, 2018

    I’ll get onto it

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