Hi, I'm Patrick...

When I was younger, "Just be yourself" was the common mantra among teachers and mothers, but if weren't happy with the way you looked, that saying did you little good. I wanted better things from life and realized how I dressed and acted, mattered significantly. 

I became fascinated with every aspect of becoming a more attractive guy from the inside out, from style to culture. I consumed stacks of books and loads of information on whatever was available on men's style, fitness, etiquette, dating, etc. and there was lots of trial and error. I was probably the only freshman in high school who had subscriptions to GQ, Men's Health and Details magazine.

My passion for all of this continued through college where I studied human communication. I was hooked on the psychology of interpersonal relationships and the effects of non-verbal behavior such as how we dress and how being attractive can influence everything around you, even how much money you make.

During this time in college I became somewhat of an authority on all things men's grooming and style. Friends started coming to me for advice. My buddies would take me shopping with them. I would get asked about what to wear on a first date. I would develop personal fitness plans for people. I would roll the boys shirt sleeves before we went for a guys night out. 

I loved it.

It was great to help other guys look and feel great. That's what brought me the biggest sense of pride. I truly care about making people feel great about themselves.

And so today, that's still what I enjoy doing most. I've written for and consulted on major men's media outlets, been used by matchmaking and dating services to improve their clients success rates, worked with best-selling authors and successful entrepreneurs to help them connect with their audience, and most importantly - I've helped great guys like you feel better about they way they look. 

I want you to look good and feel confident. But more than anything, I really want you to be happy with who you are.

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