1- Who are you?
Hello reader and welcome to my blog.
Having broken up with my first proper girlfriend in late 2016 – a relationship of three years – I was left feeling confused at my lack of sadness over events. The truth was that I knew that one girl was not enough. I’d also heard about this Game thing here and there from my friends and from TV shows. In one hand I had my problem, and in the other, my solution.
2- Why Daygame?
I chose Daygame because it gives what I want in life the most: freedom. There’s no reliance on the club or the bar to get what you want; it’s out there on the street, freely available. It’s pretty darn healthy too when you consider all the walking. Most of all it’s so challenging and that’s why I love it.
3- Why should I read your blog?
Pick your own reason – that’s the best one – but here’s what what I like to write: I like to write a mixture of theory and practice. I like to dive deep into topics and try to incorporate other topics outside of Game into what we do. I like to write functionally and practically. I like to ask myself “what are the good rules of thumb to follow here?”
And what’s in it for me? I get to write down my thoughts and understand them better, which benefits everyone. It’s win – win.
4- What this blog is
I think that’s pretty much covered already: a mixture of theory and infields. This is a blog for the person who’s both a thinker and a doer.
5- What this blog is not
This blog is not a how-to, front-to-back guide for Daygame. I recommend others for full A-Z guides, such as those mentioned in my recommended reading. When I was a beginner I personally learned a tonne from Tom Torero and Nick Krauser.
That’s all I have to say here. Enjoy!