With the recent passing of Sir Sean Connery, there couldn't be a better time to celebrate the rich legacy of Ian Fleming's James Bond, particularly as played by the OG himself. We begin with a brief discussion of Connery's legacy of smooth, debonair masculinity on film, which despite his perhaps ironic off-screen issues with women in real life stands as nothing short of iconic. So if you've never seen a Sean Connery Bond flick, where should you start? And why even watch at all? I mean, what can we gain by studying the persona of Connery's 007, from his 'alpha' demeanor to his calm, cool and collected style with women? What are the takeaways from that for our real lives, meeting and interacting with real women? Is it feasible to actually live like James Bond, even if only on some levels...and only part way? And what is it about Connery's Bond in particular that is so magnetic to women? Speaking of women, what makes 'Bond Girls' in particular so exotic, alluring and downright desirable? And on the other hand, is James Bond even 'boyfriend material'? Perhaps the most fun is had toward the end of this episode, where Bruce and I talk about Bond villains, particularly the infamous Ernst Blofeld. What makes him so slimy and, well...the opposite of attractive to women? It couldn't be that he's a cat lover, could it? Why not find your own mystique, and transform your fortunes with women in the process. It all starts with a 25-minute intro call. Get on my schedule for free at https://mountaintoppodcast.com
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