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    Default Tip for Newbies and Starters

    Hey guys after running some classes I will offer this advice to guys starting out,

    I know you will get all gun hoe reading a lot of this material before you go out. But do not overload yourself in the field

    What I typically do is make a daily goal sheet for my guys. Each day/time they go out they will work on 1 or 2 skills. And get a grasp on them, then proceed to implement more.

    So day 1: approach and open, my guys will work on this soley until they have a good grasp of doing this step. After the open they just talk like a normal human and if they number close great, if not, that are only concern about the open and approach today.

    Then we move into other fields depending on interest,

    So TAKE IT SLOW practice a new skill or 2 when you go out but do not overload yourself, it gives you a more smooth learning curve.

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    Default Re: Tip for Newbies and Starters

    Awesome advice, it was similar for me when I went out for the first time after learning PUA stuff. After my first few sets I knew I wasn't sounding congruent with what I was saying. So I took a step back for a second and just work on approaching and hooking. Did it and I was letting things flow on to a number close with ease. Always be relaxed and comfortable when sarging it makes things a lot more easier.
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    Default Re: Tip for Newbies and Starters

    Great minds think alike (assuming you have a positive opinion for Mystery)

    reference: The Pickup Artist

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    Default Re: Tip for Newbies and Starters

    Great advice.

    When i first read "The Game" I got so excited i rushed out and tried the lines in the book...only to fail miserably. It was then I realized there was no way to make these lines sound good if I didn't gain at least a little experience just talking to people in general.

    Since then, I have always set mini-goals for myself (talk to 2 girls each day, which progresses to get two numbers, etc) and this whole pick-up thing has gotten waaaay easier.

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    Default Re: Tip for Newbies and Starters

    Good tip, as I've said elsewhere I'm pretty much a newcomer to all this PUA stuff. I have couple of days off at end of week and will just give it a go, try your tip and just work on opening. Will see how it goes, thanks.

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    Default Re: Tip for Newbies and Starters

    Great tips, thanks. I'm just a newcomer to PUA . I have read pretty much materials, and i ended up confused what should i do to start. I will try to do it step by step

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    Default Re: Tip for Newbies and Starters

    Quote Originally Posted by secretaznman View Post
    Great advice.

    When i first read "The Game" I got so excited i rushed out and tried the lines in the book...only to fail miserably. It was then I realized there was no way to make these lines sound good if I didn't gain at least a little experience just talking to people in general.

    Since then, I have always set mini-goals for myself (talk to 2 girls each day, which progresses to get two numbers, etc) and this whole pick-up thing has gotten waaaay easier.
    I found this to be my case too at first. Stepping back and re-evaluating my game with my buddy was crucial. Often times i was coming across as a dick to soon after the open. Opening has come pretty naturally to me because I am an outgoing guy. I find what works is to use some cocky funny along with fluff talk get there names, and then time constraint them without giving my name.
    They normally approach me from here and I will number close or shoot some IOI's depending on the conversation is flowing.

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    Default Re: Tip for Newbies and Starters

    Nice tip! I am just starting out in field and taking it slow is probably a better thing to do for me then allready thinking about all the steps. That could very well start a black-out for me i think. Do you suggest to start with openers for the first time and then politly end the conversation?

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    Default Re: Tip for Newbies and Starters

    Any good tips for bouncers? I work at a bar as a bouncer, I work with a lot of attractive coworkers too bad most of them have boyfriends, but starting to be good friends with them. I do notice i do get looks from girls and some eye contact at times. Also I've been losing weight and getting in better shape. Anything I can do to pick up more girls?

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    Default Re: Tip for Newbies and Starters

    Great tips guys, thanks a lot I have only just started looking into all this PUA stuff. I have read a few books and after reading them I was "OK great now where do I start". The idea of trying do number close on my first attempt was a bit daunting but with only having to worry about opening makes the whole task seem that little bit easier.


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