The Anatomy of a First Venue: Part Four (Positive Signs, r/K Placement, Decision Making and Case Studies)

Is It Working? This is a question you’ll probably be asking yourself as you go along. Signs it’s working i.e. she is falling into your frame: She obviously jumps to qualify herself to a value you’ve espoused She turns to face you on her twelve o’clock She leans forward She gives long sustained eye contact. … Continue reading The Anatomy of a First Venue: Part Four (Positive Signs, r/K Placement, Decision Making and Case Studies)

The Anatomy of a First Venue: Part Three (Aims, Body Language, Conversation and Escalation)

Venue One Proper If you had to reduce the first venue down to the bare bones it would be this: the first venue is simply a conversation where you’re going to attempt to achieve three things: Pull her into your frame, and if so: Qualify her. Using this information you can: Decide on your next … Continue reading The Anatomy of a First Venue: Part Three (Aims, Body Language, Conversation and Escalation)

The Anatomy of a First Venue: Part Two (Initial Stages and Energy)

Initial Stages (Meeting) The golden rule of the initial stages is “be normal.” Get to the meeting point on time. In girl world anything up to 15 minutes late is on time so be ready for it. In fact, her being there early or within five minutes of the agreed meeting time is a small … Continue reading The Anatomy of a First Venue: Part Two (Initial Stages and Energy)

The Anatomy of a First Venue: Part One (Disclaimers, Assumptions, Closing, Texting and Selecting Venues)

Any general will tell you that knowing the terrain and position of troops is paramount to success. It’s the same in Daygame and dating: the most technical section is the street set and it becomes less technical from there. I thought about what the next most complicated part of the process is and settled on … Continue reading The Anatomy of a First Venue: Part One (Disclaimers, Assumptions, Closing, Texting and Selecting Venues)