019 – How to be as cool as Steve McQueen

Summary

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Episode 019:

“The Steve Factor”

David and Don are under siege in The Alpha Shift bunker being stalked by a virus that menaces the world.

We make a promise to you now that we will continue to broadcast down to the last man – even if we’re the last survivors in the world. Future generations of humanity will desperately need to know how to be better men so this does not happen to them!

With that out of the way…

The subject of this week’s show is The “Steve” Factor.

About 20 years ago this great indie film came out called “The Tao Of Steve.”

Dex, the main character is an overweight, 30-year-old part-time kindergarten teacher, and he’s at actually a master at seducing hot women.

He calls it the Tao of Steve because it combines Taoism and the traits of 3 famous Steve’s who women find fascinating and irresistible:

Steve Austin (The Six Million Dollar Man)

Steve McGarrett (Hawaii Five-O)

Steve McQueen (action movie actor)

The result:

A simple yet effective 3-part system for getting dates with women.

And even though it’s a comedy movie, the wisdom is solid.

David and Don dive into the three main parts of this system:

Part 1: Be Desire-less

Part 2: Be Excellent

Part 3: Be Gone

This is powerful information. Enjoy!

Donnie Jalapeno Salsa:

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The Tao Of Steve Article on The Alpha Shift Website:

https://www.thealphashift.com/blog/tao-of-steve

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