(18th May, 2017 Email)
Aaaaaaaaaaand we’re back.
First, I’d like to extend a story that happened to me. More of a problem, actually.
You see, I’ve been very comfortable with women for years.
I’ve learned how to Daygame. I know how to approach. Teasing, bantering, spiking and attracting are by far my favourite parts of a Daygame interaction. Rapport has never been a problem, I’ve got the *gift of the gab* and can talk until the girl finally hooks. Dating has been fun and of course sex is a blast. A white, gooey blast.
With this comfort comes a new problem though…
You can expect this, I even wrote about the problem in an article HERE
When you’ve got your own little harem of girls that you genuinely enjoy spending time with, further approaches can become a ‘hassle’. A waste of time even. My sexual desires were satiated. My internal and external validation was through the roof. And best of all, not having to put in the long hours of chasing tail freed up sooooo much time to work on other parts of my life.
Here’s the thing:
– Everyone has 24 hours in their day
– Everyone has a limit to the amount of energy they can muster
– You are limited in your ‘spare time’. Maybe you’ve got work, school or study that takes priority over most of your woken hours.
So living life becomes a juggling act.
And so it goes for Daygame
The problem with most things in life is that they take extended periods of commitment to improve.
Going to the gym once every month isn’t going to do jack shit for you, your physique or your strength.
Nor is studying for 24 hours straight before your exam period. Especially if you’ve not grounded ANY fundamental knowledge throughout the semester.
The problem extends to Daygame as well
Going out for one hour every week or so isn’t going to help your situation. Shit, a nice guy can spend 20 minutes having a super-polite, gay-best-friend conversation with an average looking girl who feels no attraction for him at the end. BAM – 1/3rd of your weekly Daygame session is gone and it was in total vein.
You have to work your life in ‘cycles’. You need to determine what area of your life needs an influx of improvement and look to allocate adequate resources of your time to this cause.
You’re either going to improve or you’re not.
To improve, you need to be infield, in front of girls a lot. Consistently. For long stretches of time.
You need to find those 10 hours per week, for 4 weeks straight. Even more will be better.
The point is it cannot be a halfhearted effort.
Not if you truly want to improve at an (almost) predictable rate.
Look, there was a period where I took almost 6 months off of Daygame.
Maybe once per month I would go out and force myself into 2 or 3 approaches, purely to keep any anxiety down.
Did I expect those 2 or 3 approaches to bear any success? HELL NO. I stumbled through them. They were awkward and uncalibrated. If I’d been Daygaming daily for weeks before hand, I would have converted the maybe girls into dates. But I didn’t have the momentum behind me.
The first day was average, with 1 or 2 *semi-decent* approaches towards the end of the day… when I’d gotten some of my social lubrication back.
The next few days saw steady improvement. I felt more comfortable. I’d remembered to focus solely on the girl, rather than ‘what I’m going to say next’.
The numbers started rolling in again. The dates as well.
After about a week, it was as though nothing had changed from 6 months prior.
Zac was back.
With a (few) bangs as well.
But it was a resource-dedicated 3-6 hours per day, 7 days per week effort to get back into the groove and style completely.
For beginner and intermediate guys, it will take longer to get your Daygame back to where it should be.
And that’s assuming you’ve build a solid foundation in months/years prior to your break.
If not, let this be a lesson.
Consistent. Daily. Action.
That’s the key to exponential success.
Here, listen to what’s possible when you’re in your *groove* and everything is going your way:
See you tomorrow,