Don’t just play games — WIN.
Whether you like it or not, you’re living in a hyper-competitive world.
Every area of life has become a kill-or-be-killed, zero-sum game that demands your absolute best performance.
If you don’t adapt, you will lose. Your job, your family, and, most importantly, your ability to live as a free person.
The problem is that most people refuse to acknowledge these facts. They want to believe that they can just be nice people and the world will reward them.
I’m here to tell you, those people are wrong.
People who think this way have historically been steamrolled at work and in life, and now that pattern is even more severe.
What’s worse: these people actively hide the competitive nature of today’s world. They can lull you into think that you’re safe, that you don’t need to get better or adapt to get by.
The challenge then becomes understanding the competitive landscape and, most importantly, coming up with winning strategies for dealing with it.
If You Aren’t Winning, Chances Are You’re Making At Least 1 of These Mistakes…
If you aren’t winning in the game of life, you’re probably making one (or all) of these three mistakes:
1) You’re not playing games you can win, or even identifying which games are winnable.
2) You’re not playing not to lose instead of playing to win.
3) You’re adopting strategies that ensure you end up as a loser, no matter how hard you try.
Keep reading, and I’ll show you how you can solve all 3 of these problems…
How I Came Up With a System For Dramatically Improving Your Learning Skills…
Hey, my name is Ace. Although I’m naturally a competitive person, I’ve wasted a lot of time losing.
When I was younger, I made a lot of stupid mistakes and ended up in a situation that, for most people, would ensure life-long loserdom.
Now, after a decade of focusing on winning strategies in games that I can win, I’ve accomplished almost every competitive goal I’ve set for myself.
But that wasn’t enough. I needed more — so I dove into sports psychology, strategy, and competitive dynamics head-first.
And I didn’t just read books. I actively applied what I learned in competitive fields, such as Brazilian jiu-jitsu:
That picture was taken after I’d won a BJJ tournament by submitting my way to the top of the podium.
I don’t have a background in martial arts, but I combined my learning and memory systems with my competitive research and it propelled me to multiple gold medals.
This experience matched well with just about everything else I’ve done in life, and after a while I realized I was really onto something.
Learning and memory ended up just being the beginning…
The success I’d been able to leverage just off of what I knew about learning and memory turned out to be the starting point, not the end.
What I discovered was that, combined, my learning and memory and competitive research formed the ultimate formula for getting ahead.
If I could just boil down the competitive scenarios I found myself in to competitive games, with clear features I could identify and take advantage of, then winning became a near-sure thing.
I knew that if I could utilize these principles and methods to get ahead, then anybody else could as well.
If you’re looking for a way to get ahead in your career, your favorite sports, or any other competitive pursuit, then my new video course is exactly what you need.
How to Win is the ultimate course for anyone who wants to compete — and win…
Inside this powerful course, you’ll find everything you need to become a lean, mean winning machine.
A Complete Winning System
You might be asking yourself, “Why would I need someone to tell me how to win?“
That’s a good question, with a clear answer: because most people have no idea how to form quality strategies and then execute them.
Without understanding how to be effective in competitive scenarios, you’re asking to get your ass kicked!
That’s why I’ve put together this comprehensive, yet approachable, video course.
You’re a busy person and you don’t want to put yourself through the long grind that I had to in order to gain these insights.
You don’t want to read tons of books, put your body at risk in martial arts tournaments, and generally spend years trying to get a handle on competitive dynamics.
That’s why I created the course: so you don’t have to do any of those things. All you need to do is watch the videos.
How to Win is broken down into units, all of which cover a critical element of competition:
The Fundamentals of Competition & Winning
The first unit revolves around the core concepts you need to understand in order to put yourself in a winning position.
Without a basic understanding of what a competition is, what constitutes winning strategy, and, most importantly, how to avoid behaving like a loser, you’re setting yourself up for failure.
Here are some of the concepts covered in this unit:
- Thinking Like a Competitor — An overview of the difference between competition and fun.
- The Scrub — Your most deadly internal enemy in any competitive scenario.
- The Value of Competing — What competing can do for you as a person, in all the areas of your life.
- The Metagame — How to see beyond the game itself and into the wider metagame that surrounds it.
Characteristics of Games
The second unit is all about how to view every competitive scenario as a game. Breaking these situations down this way gives you a framework for analyzing and coming up with quality strategies.
Like most models, this isn’t perfect — not everything is a game — but using games as a starting point for your strategizing is incredibly useful.
Games do share lots of commonalities with everyday situations, and in this unit you’ll learn how to recognize those commonalities to your advantage.
Here’s some of what you can expect from the second unit:
- Rules — Understanding not just the written rules, but the impact rules have on a game from a deeper perspective.
- Player Count Dynamics — How the number of players (and how they’re arranged) changes the way you should play a game.
- Asymmetries — Understanding how you can use asymmetries (or “edges”) in different competitive settings.
- Randomness — Uncertainty’s role in determining who wins and loses, a critical point to understand in any game.
Training to Win
Winning is born from proper training and preparation as much as it is from playing well.
Yet most people are not training to win — they’re just running the same, pointless training routines and continuing to lose.
That’s why I created a unit all about the best ways to get ready for “game day” (in whatever form that takes for you). Preparing well is half the battle, and with this unit you’ll be sure to show up to the game with everything you need.
Here’s some of what you’ll get in this unit:
- The Myths of Training — Knowing what works and what doesn’t in training is critical, so I make sure you know what kinds of systems work and what don’t.
- Competition-Style Training — Training for competition is much different than training for fun, and you need to know the differences before starting a training routine.
- Feedback — The key to all good learning processes is feedback, so I created a portion of the unit dedicated to the best ways to incorporate it into your routine.
- Sparring & Technique — Although it’s a martial arts term, “sparring” is an important concept for anyone who wants to train to win.
Playing to Win
Everything in my course boils down to this: playing to win.
It requires a mental (and sometimes physical) leap that most people are not ready for — but I’ve got you covered.
This unit is all about making sure you use good strategies, control your emotions and push through to the point of winning.
It all comes together here. Once you’ve gotten through this unit, you will have a complete understanding of the fundamentals required to absolutely murder in whatever you’re interested in.
Heres’ some of what you get in this unit:
- Game Plans — How to structure and execute game plans, even when the game doesn’t go the way you want it to.
- Pre-Game — Setting yourself up for repeatable success by creating a pre-game routine.
- Handling Your Emotions — Everything I’ve taught you up to this point will go out the window if you can’t control your inner voice.
- Competitive Play — Just like with training, competitive play is much different than playing for fun. This unit will prepare you for the differences.
The Optimal Approach to Winning
As you can see, there’s a system built into the structure of the course: you start out with the fundamentals, then move into more complex subjects.
Once you’ve gone through this progression, you’ll be ready to tackle any competitive challenge placed in front of you.
I’ve personally used this system to win on a consistent basis in a variety of areas, including business and sports.
And I’m confident that if an average guy like me can succeed with these principles, then anybody can.
It’s just a matter of using the right system.
What You’ll Get
- A Complete System for Breaking Down Games and Competing. Every portion of the course is geared towards making sure you’re ready to win in any scenario.
- Easy-to-Understand Explanations. The most important topics in competition, distilled from research and experience, and made accessible for anyone who wants to be a world-class competitor.
- Activities, Not Just Videos. Most courses are there to bore you with only passive content. Not my course — in How to Win, you’ll be actively engaging with every unit.
- Updated Material Forever. Unlike books, which remain static after being published, video courses can be changed and added to easily. As time goes on, I’ll keep adding content — and you won’t have to pay more for it.
- Lifetime Access. Once you buy the course, it’s yours forever — there aren’t any ongoing charges, and you can continue to use it as long as you want.
Saving You a Glacier-Sized Chunk of Time and Money
If you want to get better at winning, here are your options:
1) Figure it out on your own — and lose a ton in the process.
2) Leverage what other people (like me) have learned without going through all that trouble.
Let’s explore option 1, shall we?
For starters, you’ll need to read a mountain of books, studies and articles. Time-wise, we’re talking about at least a 2 years worth of research.
The assumption there is that you A) have a ton of time to spare to read all that, and B) can take the time to properly digest it all and not just try to cram it all in your head at high speed (which doesn’t work very well at all).
Not only that, you’d need to spend who-knows-how-long just trying to determine what’s worth absorbing and what isn’t.
One of my biggest frustrations was trying to claw through all the garbage that’s being peddled by scam artists – something you’d have to figure out on your own as well.
Then we need to factor in how much access to all that material costs. It’s not an exaggeration to say you’d be dropping at least $5,000 to $10,000.
And that’s a conservative estimate.
You can invest in your future, waste zero time, and have everything you need to start your journey towards winning the games you play.