Richard is very hands-on in giving feedback to everyone who posts questions.He answered every question I saw in the forum and there are a lot.Higher end clubs have a different vibe because you are going to see the same people repeatedly - and avoiding getting rejected is important as a result. Another word for discretion would be 'Social Intelligence' or Socially Savvy. If you think about it, these are all qualities that say 'higher value'.A few blow outs in situations like this and your social reputation will start landsliding sabotaging your future efforts. This is why discretion (or being subtle) is important to attracting the highest quality women. And subtle things aren't easy to teach in their nature.To make use of this you will already have some success with women.This course is ideal for someone who wants to start meeting and attracting women of a higher quality, who are of higher social status, and for meeting women in high end venues (e.g. In the comments for some of this course I saw questions that were clearly from guys who were still at a beginner level and were struggling to get success from the techniques.Most of the problem is that they can't see and notice the subtle signs that women are giving because of their lack of experience.
Caveat: These techniques are only for men of intermediate or advanced level who already have pretty good image, fashion, fitness and attraction skills.The only thing I could see happening is that if a beginner or someone less experienced tried to implement some of the techniques he could execute wrong and get himself into trouble or just get frustrated. Sometimes guys don't understand how membership programs work when they get on them and get confused about billing.Read the next part so you understand how it works and you won't get any surprises.The content is really aimed there, although of course you could use the techniques on women who are not at the higher status / quality end of the range to great effect.For higher status women these types of techniques are a requirement though, so it makes sense to think of it in that context. There are a few courses that talk about discretion, however this is the first I've reviewed that focuses on it in a lot of detail.Stealth Attraction was the first course that got me to pay more attention to Richard La Ruina.