Today I’m launching the second in the series of the three new coaching programs. This one is called The Connection Program and is an interactive coaching course to help guys with their conversation skills as well as connecting deeply with people close to them.

Out of the three programs (approach, connection, attraction), this one was my favorite to make. Unlike the others, the videos just flowed right out of me and the content was very easy to put together. I think it’s partly because this is the aspect of “game” I’ve always been naturally very strong in, but also because I’m very passionate about the material, particularly the material about connecting emotionally with women and creating really significant and meaningful interactions.

A run down of the program and what makes it different from others:

  • Once again, it’s all interactive. This time 22 lessons in all. Also, once again, each lesson requires a written exercise and user submission. This is designed to keep you accountable but also to help you reflect on your new experiences.
  • I teach conversation as a skill in creative thinking, not logical thinking. Men who have trouble keeping conversations going, usually don’t because they’re not able to logically follow a certain topic or describe an experience. It’s usually because they’re unable to relate different topics to one another or think creatively about the meaning of what’s being said. On the contrary, they’re usually bad because they’re TOO logical in how they approach interactions.
  • Many of the interactive exercises are exercises I used with coaching clients for years. Back in 2008, I adapted exercises from acting classes and improv classes to help guys become better at conversations and they’ve been a massive success. My coaching clients regularly mentioned them as one of the most useful things they got out of the session. Now, using some basic scripts and videos, they’re all online (and expanded), so you can do them sitting at your computer.
  • The first half of the program is dedicated to conversational skills. The second half is dedicated to connecting with others emotionally. I hope this excites some guys. But I should also warn you that towards the end of the program, things get pretty deep and introspective. You can’t connect with others on a deep level until you connect with your own emotions on a deep level. So a few of the exercises are designed to help you do this.
  • There are real-world exercises, but they’re mainly provided as benchmarks to try out your new skills. Most of the practice will happen with the interactive exercises and written exercises. The real-world exercises are there to gauge your progress in real life situations. Put simply, this program requires less “field time” than the other two. Also, many exercises can be completed with friends or acquaintances, not just women.
  • I’ve ditched the weekly billing (it was a headache and confusing) and opted for the more traditional monthly price. As always, people who complete the program (submit exercises on every lesson in order) will get permanent access to the program for free.

The real sales pitch is on this page, along with more info and a preview of the first lesson. If you’re a guy who’s struggled with awkward silences, not knowing what to say next, or having really dull and boring conversations with strangers, then this program is probably a good fit for you. Check it out.

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If you have trouble keeping conversations going, connecting with others in a meaningful way, creating lasting impressions or are just plain tired of awkward silences, then you should look into the Connection Program. An online coaching course which trains you to open up and have more meaningful interactions with friends and women.

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19 Responses to Connection Program Launch

  1. David says:

    Hi Mark I’m def keen to do something like this, and I’m sure you know I’m reliable to follow through on this. I just wonder – why can’t the programme just have one price, and eliminate the whole monthly thing eg if you think it’s worth $50 or $100, then that’s the full price it should be.

    Look fwd to your answer and congratulations on putting this out!

  2. Mark says:

    I prefer recurring charges because it creates incentive, both for the users and for me. For the users, it gives them incentive to keep working and keep going. For me, if too many people are canceling their subscriptions without completing the program, then it gives me incentive to improve it to keep them around.

  3. Tim says:

    I like this program’s sales page much more

  4. Tyler says:

    Hey Mark,

    Forgive me if this is a stupid question, but how much does it cost? Is it simply $40/mo until you finish it? Or is there a set number of lessons to complete each month, meaning a set number of monthly payments?

    It Looks great. I’m still getting a lot of mileage out of Models right now, but I’d be open to trying this program as well.

    • Mark says:

      $40/mo until completion. No complications.

      Whereas with the Approach Program, it’s more a matter of just doing it. This one I can see people going back and working on lessons repeatedly, as there’s a lot of value in some of them that will still be helpful even after doing them three, four, five times, etc.

  5. Guy says:

    Interesting – I like the user submission aspect to keep guys accountable. Looks like a killer in teaching guys how to talk to women on a deeper level.

  6. Martin says:

    Hi Mark, seems like a very interesting one! One question, i know the program takes as long as the person puts into it, but in average, how many months do you think it’s the program going to take ?

    • Mark says:

      Each lesson can be completed in anywhere from a few hours to a few days. If you really invested in it and kept on top of it, you could have it done in about a month. If you kind of take your time or redo some lessons (more likely), I would imagine 2-3 months.

  7. Fernando says:

    It seems a really interesting program but its probably above 100$ price at the end makes you to think twice before affording it.

  8. Philipp says:

    Looks very interesting, I think this would really help me.
    But one question, Mark, have you trief this on guys with another first language? Is it easy to translate these exercises into german?

    • Mark says:

      There are no lines to memorize, so yeah, you should be able to do the exercises in German. Just do them in your native language instead of English.

  9. CharlesB says:

    Why the categories on the right don’t work and lead to the login page?

  10. Kevin says:

    Couple of typos jumped out at me from the sales page:

    “…they don’t know how to speak to them in a way that creates an emotional bond and understanding with them. ” – ‘Them’ is repeated twice. First ‘them’ would sound better as ‘the other person’ or something like that.

    “…easy lesson builds upon what was learned previous. ” – ‘Each’ instead of easy, ‘Previously’ instead of ‘previous’

    Second paragraph under point #4 seems like it’s from the Approach Women program instead of this one.

  11. Kevin says:

    “…easy lesson builds upon what was learned previous. ” – Now reads “Eash lesson…”

  12. Philipp says:

    I have finally made some time, so I want to start with this program. However, when I wanted to purchase it, it said, I need a credit card. Will it be possible to pay with debit in the future?

  13. JessieH says:

    Two major issues: the links to the course on this page are wrong (they link to instead of and 2) the order form doesn’t work in Chrome or Safari, proably also Firefox. There is a JavaScript error on the page. When I fixed the code (using typeof to check for undefined on mr_lp_id), the submission went through.

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