Working on my Day Game
Well, now I'm home for the summer and back in beautiful Southern Wisconsin, where for the longest time I believed that there was nothing at all going on. I live in a city where although the population of the area was well over 50,000, I felt like I was living in the middle of a boring metropolis.
Anyways, for my birthday my parents decided to get me a new bike. At first I was like "Wow, I don't think I'll be using this". Boy was I wrong. The other day I decided to test it out and bike to a nearby GNC. Of all the places to meet a woman, I met one there. We chatted for a bit, but I came to discover something that annoyed me and gave me a new drive: I was terrible at public day game.
However, at the same time I learned another lesson that will hold a ton of significance: there is activity anywhere. All I had to do was get outside of the house to see it. It doesn't matter if there is a big event or anything. Just the simple event of meeting someone out there was good enough. Best of all, I enjoyed going out to see people and do things.
My plan now, and I have already begun to execute it, is to go out and get a list of all of the events in my city, and also the events in the nearby townships. While on my way, I'll figure out hotspots in the city to go to, and I'll begin to make those areas my playgrounds. To work on my day game, I've begun watching videos on public pickup and interactions for reference and to learn how I should be moving a conversation to my advantage.
Now, without any further comments, I'm off to my city's downtown area.
"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