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    You can not half ass pickup. This is not a hobby, this is not a fad that you can wear for this season of your life. This is a life style. You can't get good going out every once in a while. You have to constantly be thinking about it. You have to believe you''ll be in pickup till the day you die. If you think your going to be an mpua from 1 to 3 days ofbsarging a week then ur wrong. If you think you'll be good in under 2 years, your wrong again. You have to go out 5 to 7 days a week hitting set after set and limiting thw time when you are not talking to an HB. This is some info I wish I learned years ago and I hope this resonates with you.
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    each one of us chooses the path to take. the meaning of life is what you make it to be. but at the end of the day its not all the women you lay with, all the sets you open..(got cut off)..

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    Default Re: player lifestyle

    Not all of us will take the same road. Some off us will be able to master some things better than others. Others will not find a need for some of the techniques covered, because it has no relation to them. All of our roads will be different, and how we approach it will be different. In the end, however, our end goal will be the same:

    To end up better than when we started.
    "There is no better than adversity. Every defeat, every heartbreak, every loss, contains its own seed, its own lesson on how to improve your performance the next time." - Malcolm X

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    I can appreciate your point that the skill isn't something you can stay at a beginner level of knowledge/effort and achieve success. If you pace yourself too slow you will still be having noob problems after 5-6 years and that's not where you want to be. However different people are limited by other things in their lives as to how much time they can invest. The important thing is long term dedication and having a notebook of some kind (or a digital equivalent). You have to identify what you want, strategize how to get there, and refine it as you go. There needs to be optimization and improvement happening and that does take focused effort. Pickup will have a slightly different technique and playbook for everyone, so individualizing your effort for yourself is one of the best things to do that begins moving you out of the shallow end of the pool and into the deeper end. If you deconstruct all of your encounters afterwards and filter them through some questions that will carry you a long way. "What did I do good? What would I have done differently?" Those types of questions make each contact you have more productive and improve your skill.

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    Default Re: player lifestyle

    Quote Originally Posted by MacGyver View Post
    I can appreciate your point that the skill isn't something you can stay at a beginner level of knowledge/effort and achieve success. If you pace yourself too slow you will still be having noob problems after 5-6 years and that's not where you want to be. However different people are limited by other things in their lives as to how much time they can invest. The important thing is long term dedication and having a notebook of some kind (or a digital equivalent). You have to identify what you want, strategize how to get there, and refine it as you go. There needs to be optimization and improvement happening and that does take focused effort. Pickup will have a slightly different technique and playbook for everyone, so individualizing your effort for yourself is one of the best things to do that begins moving you out of the shallow end of the pool and into the deeper end. If you deconstruct all of your encounters afterwards and filter them through some questions that will carry you a long way. "What did I do good? What would I have done differently?" Those types of questions make each contact you have more productive and improve your skill.
    That's chode thought. Jump in the deep end. If you really wanted to get good u would find a way..No excuse. I work 10 hours a day full commission job, I manage all my rrelationships and work out and still game everyday. I give myself no excuse. There is no way I won't be good at this
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