Age is a limiting belief, unless you want to be Todd V’s Coach Assistant Intern (*HYPOCRITICAL!?*)

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In the men’s dating community.. age, height, baldness, and race/ethnicity are all considered “limiting beliefs”…

A “limiting belief” is considered an excuse. No matter your age, height, amount of hair or ethnicity.. you can still get better with women and eventually develop the skills needed to date the girls you desire.

For example, Todd V is a mens dating coach who is 36 years old… but because of his skills, he has no problem dating girls in their early 20’s.. or even younger.

That’s why I find it so ironic that Todd V is asking for the “age” of anyone applying to be a coach assistant intern for his business…

Todd V Dating Age Hypocrite

Why does the age of the person matter? I can see having a yes/no question about the candidate being over 18 years old or even 21… but isn’t age something an employer is not allowed to ask? Are they trying to weed out candidates you consider “too old”?!

Feel free to let me know why age is relevant.. otherwise, it seems a bit hypocritical to me.

It’s casual,

Mack Tight

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  • Mike Marshall
    June 1st, 2019 at 7:31 am

    Honestly, asking for the age of a person is QUITE normal when hiring for any job.

    It’s like saying “Why do they ask for the NAME, the name doesn’t matter to pick up girls”

    Yeah, the name doesn’t matter to pick up girls. But it matters to know the name of your employees.

    Same thing applies to age.

  • Mack Tight
    June 21st, 2019 at 12:18 pm

    @Mike Marshall- What’s a person’s “name” have to do with what I wrote? You’re trying to construct a staw man argument against me. I tell my name to the Starbucks barista without hesitation, but if they asked for my age.. I would question why they wanted it.

    Todd doesn’t even ask for the applicant’s birthdate.. which could potentially be used for background check purposes. He just asks for the applicant’s “age”. Why? He’s obviously looking for a coaching assistant of a certain age if he’s asking. I’m okay if the applicant needs to be above 21 to enter bars and night clubs. But if that’s the case, why not just ask if the candidate is over 21 or not.

    Weeding out candidates based on age for any other reason in my opinion contradicts with his teachings.

    It’s casual,

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