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When we’re first introduced to Jeffries in The Game, he manages to get the number of a young waitress (he’s in his early forties) by simply talking to her while he’s ordering breakfast.
He starts out by suggesting she wouldn’t be attracted to him and then persuades her of the opposite through a series of subtle gestures including, but not exclusive to, ‘condiment anchoring’ – that is the association of a thought or feeling, in this case the fuzziness of fancying someone, with a packet of ketchup. Regardless of where you stand on the ethics of the seduction community (to many it’s considered misogynist), Jeffries exudes a powerful gravitational pull.
Rolling Stones did a feature story on him in 1998; he was the inspiration for Tom Cruise’s character in Magnolia the following year, and then in 2000, Jeffries was introduced to British audiences through Louis Theroux’s Weird Weekends series.
At the height of his powers, Jeffries wasn’t just synonymous with the seduction community, he was the seduction community.
But rather than experiencing a backlash, the article was roundly praised.
Except that Jefferies’ field isn’t creating computer programs. Jeffries is known in the pickup artist (PUA) community as the pioneer of seduction techniques.
He developed his skills using a mixture of hypnosis and neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) and set the benchmark for the success with women using such approaches.
Jefferies was around long before The Game hit bookshop shelves.
When the main players in The Game were still looking over their pencil cases at the popular girls on the other side of the class, Jeffries was out on the street, chatting girls up, getting their numbers and, more often than not, getting them into bed too.The book may have ended with Strauss, and various other members, leaving the community – some of them, including Strauss, even denounced its techniques. He was there at the start and he would be there at the end.