I attended this bootcamp in Austin and am writing a series of posts to review it and to go over some field reports from during it on my blog. I don't want to spam so I won't repost the full text here, but I thought I would point them out in case anyone is curious what Adam's bootcamp is like.
Attending the bootcamp was a very difficult decision for me to make to attend the bootcamp because my finances are extremely tight right now; doing so basically forced me to enter credit card debt for the first time in my life.
However I have absolutely no regrets now. It was a life changing experience for me; I underwent some kind of transformation in those three days that has taken me from having no game at all to being confident, smooth, and capable of pick up. I am still a newbie, but I feel like I know the rules of the game now. All that is left is practice, practice practice.
To give you an idea of my progress I started the boot camp with extreme social anxiety (I could push myself to approach, but only perhaps 2-3 times per night) and no conversation skills whatsoever. I would generally open with jealous-ex and then peter out into awkward land. Post-bootcamp I have dates lined up with a girl I met during the in-field, the cute intern at work I have been secretly drooling over for the last month, and have started to successfully break down the 'LJBF' zone of one of my previous failures.
I will update this thread as I post the new sections of the series, which I expect to be 7 parts long (before/after for each day of the training).
Here is what is written thus far:
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Bill Preston Writes: hey man, post your thoughts here - instead of making people click to read.