'What’s really interesting about this 10,000-hour rule is that it applies virtually everywhere,” Mr Gladwell told a conference held by The New Yorker magazine.
'You can’t become a chess grand master unless you spend 10,000 hours on practice.
Just as the Beatles rose to fame with the explosion of pop culture in the 1960s, so Bill Gates’s fascination with the ASR-33 Teletype that he used at school in 1968 placed a shy boy on track to become one of the world’s richest men.
His new book argues that there is no such thing as a “self-made man”.
Its safe to say, Mystery is the most famous pickup artist in the industry, I’m sure it’s hard to argue otherwise.
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The pickup world has gone a long way since the early days documented in Neil Strauss’ famous book, The Game.
He continues to teach these unique techniques to scores of men and despite now being in his 50s, he doesn’t seem to have any problem picking up the ladies. If you haven’t heard of Neil Strauss and his famous book: The Game, then you’ve had your head buried in the sand like an ostrich.Dubbed the Daddy of the seduction community, Ross was mackin’ it from Day 1.Armed with the power of the mind at his disposal, he prefers daygame and especially the peace and tranquillity of coffee shops to work his ‘magic’.So where are the likes of Neil Strauss, Mystery and Ross Jeffries now? If you’re looking to raise your game to the next level, look no further – we present you the finest talents all together in one place.SEE ALSO: 32 Pickup Artists Share 3 Top Tips on How to Pick Up Girls Without further ado, we expose the 14 most famous pickup artists and their dating companies who currently grace our planet…Mystery (Erik Von Markovik) is the inventor of modern day game and wrote The Mystery Method.