The Status Game is out now


The Status Game


A candid book explaining how all relationships are based on one thing: status.  The Status game explores relationships, dating and imparts some very direct wisdom on online dating.  After all, the auther built a dating site from scratch (  Available from Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other online booksellers.  Will be available soon in your local library too.

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Samples from the Status Game

Chatting (not talking)
Discover the difference between having a conversation and chatting – the latter is for engaging someone with a purpose.  Read about the mistakes we often make – and how texting can also ruin everything, but that’s another chapter.
Dear Women
The Status Game addresses all women directly in this chapter, calling them out ona particular contradictory habit they have.  What is it?  Read about it, and don’t worry – there’s also a chapter titled “Dear men.”
Online status – why it’s just as bad as texting
Showing when you were last on can crreate a multitude of problems.  There is nothing good and everything bad about this feature of most dating sites.  Learn how it is just as bad as texting.

About the Author

Mark bradford

Created The Status Game card game, author of The Status game, The Status Game II, God's Jester, coach, speaker and podcast hoat of the weekly podcast series Alchemy For Life.

Learn about the mechanics of relationships through The Status Game (soon to be released The Status Game II), or the tongue in cheek card game of the same name.  Listen to the 10 minute podcasts every Sunday on iTunes, TuneIn, Podchaser, and many other podcast outlets. New interviews with amazing people give even more insight into how we think and behave.

Pre-Order Sale

25% Off “The Status Game II: Dashboards and gages”

Already own The Status Game?  Did you love it?  Want more.  You’re in luck…  Accepting pre orders for The Status Game II soon…

The Status Game II expands greatly upon the foundation built by The Status Game.  Learn about gages and dashboards, self confidence, arrogance and douchebagerry.