If you're a young guy who is totally clueless about women, you'll probably hear some decent tips on this podcast. Stop right there and maybe you'll be OK. But don't take the next step and order any of the products being hawked by Scot McKay or (even worse) his parade of guests. You'll definitely waste money, and you'll probably end up disillusioned and learn a lot of useless and counterproductive doctrine.
Scot is from the faction of the PUA industry (look it up) that pretends he's opposed to the PUA industry. Scot criticizes easy targets like Mystery and Ross Jefferies for being manipulative and sleazy, talks about having "character" (implying that he himself does), and then advertises snake oil products like pheromone sprays in his email blasts, while featuring guests like "Hypnotica", whose material revolves around hypnosis and discredited techniques like NLP.
The podcast is mostly common sense, older brother kind of advice. If you like what you hear, you might get the idea that there is a treasure trove of even better stuff in the stuff Scot charges for. There isn't. He just rehashes the free stuff by adding a lot of rambling anecdotes. Scot is an internet marketer who saw a profit opportunity in a niche to be filled, that's all. He's not a brilliant "guru". I know this because I talked to him on the phone once many years ago. At the time I had a high opinion of Scot from listening to the podcasts, and thought he could give me some helpful advice at a time of transition in my life. Scot barely listened to me, and spent most of the call reciting canned stories.
Scot is sort of like the Wizard of Oz. He can put on a good show for the meek folk, but pull back the curtain and you'll discover he's just an old humbug,