Looks and Riches

April 9, 2015 by  
Filed under Learn about Pickup

For a long time I was conflicted about judging girls on their looks, because after all, don’t girls judge guys on social status and money? But today I had a flash of insight.

While I do judge girls on looks, I:
1) Never treat an ugly girl with disrespect. I treat her well like any human being who deserves a basic level of respect.

2) If a hot chick has a bad personality, I don’t brown nose her or chase her like other guys, I let her go.

Thus in all fairness, I think women should consider a guy’s social status and wealth, but, after she gets to know him, judge him for his character, and not treat guys of “lesser” value with contempt.

Field Report and Realizations in The Game

February 8, 2014 by  
Filed under Learn about Pickup

I was out tonight on a light date and then out with a few of the guys. They all wanted to go out hardcore and pick up, I was more interested in walking around and hanging out. As I was walking home I did a few sets. I had a couple of epiphanies.

1. PU industry is over saturated with products that are repetitive.

There are only a few books you should read to get really good knowledge. The rest of it lies in your ability to systematically practice your social interactions on a consistent basis. If I was advising a newbie, I would recommend:

  • The original Mystery Method handbook
  • The Game, a unbiased account of Style’s journey in the community
  • RSD’s Blueprint Decoded
  • Attend one of RSD’s hotseat events and see in-field footage for yourself. Do this after you have had at least 3-6 months of consistent in-field experience
  • I don’t recommend bootcamps, in fact I think they are over-priced and adrenaline boosting, but you can learn more from hanging out with naturals, or befriend instructions and offer them a lower price but longer period of time training with them. You then start picking up their mindset and way of thinking much faster than if you would on a bootcamp or on your own.

2. RSD is pushing the envelop, but that’s it. Every other pick up company is just here for marketing and here for the short term. I am disappointed at Mystery for his business-sense is lacking. After his initial breakthrough he wasn’t able to ride the wave towards more innovation and build a sustainable organisation. Perhaps his fate is to be the mad scientist or magician.

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