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Does he believe customers secretly want to be controlled and dominated too, thus justifying overpricing and over-hyping one’s products to maximize his own selfish gain (because after all, that’s what customers want)?” Perhaps this would be excusable if it were still 1950.A generation of men and women who are desperately seeking ways to navigate the ever-more-complex worlds of gender, relationship, and career are taking his advice on everything from dating, to how to structure their workdays for maximum productivity, and even how tall of a desk to purchase.(By the way, I used to co-host a podcast called Conscious Business. Pagan would not have made even the longest of potential guest lists.) Pagan’s claim to fame is that his information product businesses—mostly patriarchal dating advice—make million a year.This of course makes it nearly impossible to have any kind of critique or intelligent dialogue, thus minimizing consumer protection.) Perhaps Pagan would say that we don’t question such gurus because we are castrated men who bow obediently to our masters?If only we had more expensive courses on how to be a “real man,” then we would have the balls (or ovaries) to question authority and think for ourselves! S.: Click here to sign up for my Think For Yourself DVD Course!With his 80 remote employees, this actually isn’t much money—it’s a medium-sized business.The self-image he projects is equivalent to that of Bill Gates, but even in the best possible light, Pagan is a small-time CEO of a medium-sized marketing company.
But I can say that Pagan still has his original ebook “Double Your Dating” on the market, so he certainly has not recanted any of his old values publicly, unlike some other reformed pick-up artist gurus.
Do we all value patriarchy so highly that we’ve never examined the limitations of these beliefs and values?