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The Mountain Top (Chick Whisperer): The Art Of Style, Mens Dating, Seduction, Masculine Charm, Self Improvement, Confidence

Guest photos, transcripts, links, show notes and more at: www.mountaintoppodcast.com | The man's guide to strong character, attracting women, seduction, healthy living and adventurous lifestyle. For thirteen consecutive years, The Mountain Top Podcast (formerly The Chick Whisperer Podcast) from X & Y Communications has been the gold standard for men's podcasts. Scot McKay and his expert co-hosts talk women, dating, seduction, intrigue and 21st century masculinity in a fast-paced often hilarious style. Ask whatever questions you want 24/7 via voicemail at +1 (210) 362-4400. Visit www.mountaintoppodcast.com and get free, actionable tips in your inbox that'll make you better with women starting today. | Please subscribe to get updates automatically, and if you love the show definitely rate us (takes one second) and leave a review.
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Now displaying: October, 2019
Oct 25, 2019

When I first started dating my wife Emily, she brought a book with her containing a brilliant array of questions to help us get to know each other. Even though that may sound intimidating on the surface, it really turned out to be a lot of fun and the book genuinely functioned as advertised. A few weeks ago that book came up in conversation, and it occurred to me to find the author, Laurie Seale, and have her on as a guest. It turns out she is a regular 'Jaqueline Of All Trades'...and as smart, charming and fascinating as you would expect from someone who wrote such a book. In this episode we discuss the trials and tribulations men and women have nowadays when creating conversation with each other, along with some genius ways to kick off first date communication in a positive way. Laurie talks about the value of knowing yourself before seeking to know someone else, along with how to break the ice on such topics as passion, purpose, lifestyle, past relationships, basic compatibility and spirituality. She then suggests ideas for when you're in a hurry, along with offering some wise words on sussing out dealbreakers. Just for good measure, there are some fun stories along the way to illuminate the whole human dance of mutual romantic discovery. Schedule 25 minutes with me free, subscribe to the daily advice on getting better with women, download transcripts and much more at http://www.mountaintoppodcast.com.

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Oct 18, 2019

My guest co-host, author Acamea Deadwiler, is all about breaking pre-conceived notions. In her book Single That!, she writes words of encouragement and clarity to single women. But...I couldn’t help but recognize the immense value to us as men of gaining insight into her list of myths, especially since Acamea is so level-headed, positive and easy-going in her approach to men and women finding love together. So how about it, then? If a woman is still single in, say, her thirties, does that mean there's something wrong with her? What about women who think something is wrong with YOU because you’re still single? Do women have unrealistic expectations nowadays...both before AND after they’re married? Are single women just too busy? Are they lonely 'spinsters'? Or is the opposite true...that they're 'female players'? Are most women 'golddiggers' at heart, intending to find a man who will pay their way in life? And why do all single women seem to ask, 'What are you looking for?' before we’ve even met them yet? Talk to me free for 25 minutes, get transcripts, download free reports and subscribe to the world-famous newsletter at http://www.mountaintoppodcast.com.

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Oct 11, 2019

Decades ago the Kinsey Institute infamously attempted to define the parameters of human sexual thought and behavior. Over the years books such as My Secret Garden by Nancy Friday have elaborated upon just how dirty the human mind can get. But it wasn't until Internet-driven research came along that we really found out what human beings think and do in private anonymity. This bold insight comes to you in large part courtesy of my guest, neuroscientist Dr. Ogi Ogas, along with his fellow researchers. So how did Ogi compile all of his research, and how can he know it's accurate? How did it differ from other scientists' expectations? What's up with women's 'rape fantasies', and how does what goes on in their romance novels differ from what happens in online porn? What other dark emotions are most prevalent in human sexual fantasies...and how are they often weirdly in conflict with each other? What is the one sexual fantasy we all seem to secretly have in common, regardless of our gender or sexual orientation? And how come the porn we choose to watch tends to depict something different than the sexual experiences we'd partake of IRL? Next, get Ogi's surprising thoughts on so-called 'female friendly' porn, and the REAL reason why women can be so resentful of mainstream porn designed for men. Are women watching porn at all? If so, how many of them...and what types of them? How do women really view porn usage by their significant others, and the fantasies associated with it? How many people partake of truly unusual or even illegal porn? And as men, are we really turned on by the types of women the media says we should be? Prepare to have your pre-conceived notions of what 'normal' fantasies look like completely upended. Talk to me free for 25 minutes, get transcripts, download free reports and subscribe to the world-famous newsletter at http://www.mountaintoppodcast.com.

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Oct 4, 2019

Everyone is familiar with the term. But what exactly IS a 'friends with benefits' relationship? Who gets into relationships like that, and what can be expected from it? And how is it different than having a 'sex buddy'? Is it about whether I'm willing to be seen in public with her or not...or introduce her to my friends? As you can see, this is a sticky topic right from the get-go. Well, my long-time friend and fellow dating coach Susan Winter is never shy about tackling even the friskiest subjects, so I invited her back to the show for this fun-filled discussion. For starters, what REALLY causes two people to forge a FWB arrangement? How accurate is the movie portrayal of FWB in the eponymously-named movie with Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis? What other interesting revelations can be arrived at from watching that film? And when FWB relationships happen in real life, is there really any chance that deeper feelings won't develop? How is it that one-night stands can often be drama-free, but FWB arrangements almost never are? Is it that woman are intentionally trying to trap us into a more serious relationship? Or have women actually learned how to have and enjoy 'no strings' sex early on in our present day sexual economy? What are the ramifications of all of this as far as 'sex buddy' partnerships go? Do they tend to evolve into FWBs, and therefore eventually into 'catching feelings'? For our part as men, do we always think it's fine to be used as a 'sex toy' by women? And get a load of this...is a desire to have a deeper, more connected and dare we say a more meaningful relationship as opposed to a string of FWBs born of the same character trait that drives our ambitious nature in the workplace? Get in on the free newsletter, get show notes and talk to me free for 25 minutes at http://www.mountaintoppodcast.com.

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