I had a few epiphanies while traveling to Miami this time. Here they are.
1. The closer you are to the truth, the more profitable you will be – business lesson
2. In Miami, girls are more calibrated to approaches. They act more “icy” or cool and collected. There are still bitches here too but the ones that are open are more talkative and less “deer in the headlights” – game lesson
3. Practice the consistency of putting yourself out there unapologetically - as it. “This is me”. The more you do this, the better your game gets.
4. There is a subtle (sometimes not so subtle) cultural component to long term relationships. This is based on mutual necessity and desire. Read more
I did it. It was 7:30 AM in Miami and I wanted to walk around. To sustain the feeling of accomplishment (as far as getting high on life goes, I think this is it) from last night. The vibe of awesomeness didn’t subside until I went to bed later around 1:30.
I wasn’t sure why I was visiting Miami. Alone. Perhaps unconsciously I was looking for answers to questions that I didn’t know existed. Questions like these can’t be answered quickly and I’m sure you are reading this post mainly for the lessons and technical executions you can learn from my field experience so here goes:
Wednesday night I spend dinner and mostly thereafter hung with the hostel kids. I can’t stand the beds here they smell bad and are super small. I was trying to challenge myself to experience new things and not be so attached to living a certain way. I lasted 2 days. But mainly I was hoping to meet some cool people at the place. I did to be fair – there were a few cool guys – if you do stay in a room share, get the coed dorms you have a higher chance of getting to know the girls better and you have more social value as a coed dorm.
I thought these were the cool kids that had game but I wasn’t impressed – most of them drink all the time, smoke weed, and generally have a lazy attitude towards getting things done. Occasionally you meet the talented kid who is on a vacation and in “disguise” as in, traveling and experiencing new things. The kids that stay at the hostel for months on end, working job to job are stuck in a perpetual cycle of a walking daze of “chilling out”. Read more