This post is going to be a quick and simple one, and describes another tool which I gave to Callum when we did some coaching on the weekend. As a beginner/intermediate, it can turn into a depressing time on the street if you let your negative self-talk get to you. That’s why you should identify … Continue reading Reframing Negative Self-Talk
About a month ago I wrote a post about creating a habit to improve charisma because it seems to be an underappreciated and under-worked trait in the Game community. I promised to read a chapter of Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People each day for 30 days - in fact, it’s perfectly … Continue reading Creating A Habit Of Charisma (Part 2)
Recently I’ve been adding to an Inner Game category on this website - you can find all of the posts here - and today I want to highlight some specific ones and a central idea. It’s not all of what Inner Game entails, there’s certainly more to it than that, and I don’t know the … Continue reading Inner Game Round-Up
I recently asked Lee Cho and Mr White the same question: “If you had to choose between these two options, which would you pick? Either, you get one lay in 100 approaches, but 99 of those approaches are blowouts, and then you get a SDL, or, you get one lay in 100 approaches but with … Continue reading Do We Enjoy Failure?
Now that I’ve got you with that clickbait-y title, let me clarifying my question: I’m not asking whether the act of Game is effective - that it’s all smoke and mirrors in front of money and looks - because we can clearly see that at the very least some elements of Game such as systematically … Continue reading Does Game Work?
Today’s post is a simple one which should help you to develop your own Daygame style. It’s hard to think about building a Daygame style just like it’s hard to do Inner Game work. “Where do I start?” is a question I asked myself a long time ago. I think what helps in these situations … Continue reading Daygame Dichotomies: How to Develop Your Own Daygame Style
We hear the phrase “this too shall pass” quite often and especially in times like these. But what if I told you we should be saying this in the good times too? Recently Cypher Daygame was talking about his stats on Twitter: 25 sets, 11 numbers and 0 dates. First of all he should be … Continue reading This Too Shall Pass: Why You Have to Push Through the Good Times and the Bad Times
“As it is not one swallow or a fine day that makes a spring, so it is not one day or a short time that makes a man blessed and happy.” Aristotle Now that’s a nice cheesy start, isn’t it? It’s a fact that habits make up who you are. The daily volatility doesn’t matter … Continue reading Creating A Habit Of Charisma: Internalising HTWFAIF
I know what you are thinking. That I’m only 28. What can I have to say of value on this topic? Well I’ve been in a relationship for three years (four if you count the time spent as FBs) and so I hope I have something to say on this topic which can help you. … Continue reading The Three Connections and Family Background: What To Look Out For In A Girl Before Entering An LTR And Why
Today’s post is just a short, simple analogy which you can put in your back pocket and take with you as you go. Imagine that your vibe is inside a bank account. You can make deposits and withdrawals. You sometimes pay fees. You can dip into your overdraft. You can get a loan. Fun stuff, … Continue reading The Bank Of Vibe: An Analogy To Make You A Happier Person