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Hey Chase,

I just wanted to say how grateful I am for the information, motivation, and hark work you have put into this site. Although I have benefited from your skillful advice regarding all things seduction, I have grown the most from the broad application of your personal growth principles. I am sure you are aware of this but the Law of Least Effort (along with the related concepts of investment and sprezzatura) have profound applications outside of the social realm. I've studied classical piano since I have been a child and I am currently in conservatory. One thing I can say for certain is the the LOLE applies to piano technique. When the LOLE is combined with the principles you lay out in your page on emotional cresting/body language you have the formula for a professional performance. Of course the LOLE needs to have its application spelled out (i.e. process) as this entire website does for the social arts. If you ever want to learn how to play piano at an highly advanced level (even if you're in your mid to late twenties) it can be done and if done intelligently (efficiently) within the span of 3-4. Unfortunately I had to suffer through some unintelligent teachers until I learned enough/got injured to start researching. Once I did I probably advanced more in a single year than I did in four years. Whats the old saying, "the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result". Sorry for the tangent, the piano nerd in me came out. If anybody wants to look into this stuff though check out the Taubman technique (they basically backwards engineered what prodigies (naturals) were doing physically using science/ergonomics and created a process). Practice doesn't make perfect, intelligent practice makes perfect.

Crazy though right? A website for seduction improved my piano technique indirectly.

LOLE in action:

Thanks Chase (Ricardus, Colt and Peter as well!)