Yup. Europe is Easier.

Yup. Europe is Easier. So I did a trip to Europe. Up early due to Jet Lag. Figure I’ll write it up. Purpose of the trip for me was not actually to get +1s (though I was sure going to try) though I think I could have if I had stayed longer in each city. […]

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Playing to Win Versus Playing to Not Lose

Playing to Win Versus Playing to Not Lose Several dates and conversations led me to a big epiphany this week about playing to win instead of playing to not lose. Approaching to win: I realized that a lot of my approaches have gone down a cultural interview path, or a friendly chat. Any leads from […]

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The Daygame Gold Rush

The Daygame Gold Rush This post isn’t about monetizing game or products or email lists and shit like that. Daygame discussion on Twitter and the Internet is a mess. Just like any gold rush, there is a lot of commotion, activity, and excitement. Is there much gold? The reports of many men on Twitter make […]

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My Method for How to Learn Daygame

My Method for How to Learn Daygame I’m still learning, but I’ve made such progress in the past year and it would be good to share a few thoughts on how to make rapid progress. Volume is the most important thing. You must approach in volume, and as I said in my last post, an […]

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Approaching 2000 Approaches

Approaching 2000 Approaches I started doing Daygame seriously in August 2017. Today, I’m at 1956 approaches. I keep an open What’sApp chat with Nash and record almost all of my approaches there. A few times a month I enter the stats in Excel. I consider it an approach if I am able to open my […]

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Emotional Regulation: Rejection Modes

Emotional Regulation: Rejection Modes One of the reasons athletes are successful with women is they are trained to take action (approach) and they are resilient after failure. They are able to shake off a failure as being in the past and get ready for the next point, down, match, game, race, etc. I don’t have […]

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