(24th May, 2017 Email)
You my friend are in for a life lesson today.
Over the past few years, I’ve had many (mostly) cool dudes contact me. Wanting to hang out, wing each other, all that kind of stuff.
I don’t abscond it. Daygame is a passion. Not just my own, but many others as well. And it’s nice to hang out with similar minded peepz
Now, I invite you to learn from this story of two different guys who contacted me.
Both with the same goal – to spend time Daygaming with me.
Dude A contacted me with a frantically written email.
He wrote me a lovely novel about how he sucked with women.
He had been googling how to pick women up, when he discovered some Daygame infield material on YouTube.
Then he was absolutely hooked from there on. He binged all the videos his greedily little paws could find.
And as *luck* would have it, YouTube ‘recommended’ one of my Daygame infield approaches.
I guess him being in the same geographic area as where I uploaded the video from triggered something on YouTube’s side.
He started delving into the articles, infields and vault of past emails that I have posted on the site. He loved it all and decided to use my holy ‘contact us’ page to get in touch with me.
Here’s the thing though:
After this essay, he went on to complain about all the shitty experiences he’s had with girlz. How the (very) limited amount of Daygame approaches he has done have gone terribly.
There was a further section where he whinged about his shitty ‘inner game’ and ‘outer game’. How if he could just QUICKLY get this stuff sorted, he was sure he’d become a Casanova.
Finally came the fun part.
There was no asking, just demanding. He DEMANDED that we ‘hang out some time’. So he could finally tell his full story to me and I could help solve his inner and outer game problems. But I had to do it QUICKLY.
What do you think happened after that?
Nothing. That’s what.
As well intentioned his desires to improve are, he is currently a value leech.
I don’t want to volunteer my time listening to another person’s sob story for hours on end. And then be expected to QUICKLY solve everything for him?
Nuuu Uhhh. No sir-ee. Not I, says he.
Then there was Dude B.
I got a very well formatted email that started off with a sincere ‘thank you’ for all the ‘great content’ that I post regularly.
Dude B told me he’d been Daygaming for a little while and was starting to see some results.
He went on to tell me that he related so well with the article and realised that he was starting to enter the ‘intermediate stage’. After that, he thanked me for giving him a glimpse of what the future holds for him.
As if this wasn’t enough to win my heart, he then went on to ever so kindly point out what he thought was a spelling mistake in the article.
(It wasn’t an accidental mistake, I did it purposely to make a point.)
But it was kind of him to take the time to point it out nonetheless.
To sign off on the email, he told me that he thought it would be very cool to hang out some time and just exchange theories on Daygame.
Also, he’d buy me a beer for us to talk over.
If there is anything that motivates me to take action, it is the promise of beer.
We met up a lot recently and we winged each other for a while as well. Until I remembered that solo Daygame was the only way for me.
Of course, we split on amicable terms.
The question is, why did I hang out with Dude B, not Dude A?
Dude B wasn’t a value leech.
He didn’t contact me to pour his heart out. There were not sad life stories for me to wade my way through. He didn’t assume that I owed him something, just because I left a ‘contact me’ section on my website. Not only this, quite antithetical to the common leech, he offered value to me first. Pointing out a spelling mistake, albeit incorrectly, showed me that he wanted to ‘do right’ by me before even considering asking a favour of me.
This is the correct way to approach any relationship in life.
Your initial interactions with a woman must offer value, rather than look to leech value.
That’s why direct Daygame is the best possible way to start. You’re offering value with a sincere compliment that makes her feel beautiful about herself.
The rest of a good Daygame approach is intrinsically linked to offering value. Teasing, spiking, being playful, and making her laugh. That is all value added to her day. Conversing, building rapport and comfort is all value added to her day.
Daygame is about offering value to another person’s life.
Remember to offer value, rather than leech value when you Daygame.
Check out how I offer this beautiful blonde girl value through laughter, compliment and much more:
See you tomorrow,