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Thread: RB - Frame Control 2 and Inner Game

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    Default Re: RB - Frame Control 2 and Inner Game

    RB dude I love these Frame Control posts bro! I am sending them out like hotcakes tonight man
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    Default Re: RB - Frame Control 2 and Inner Game

    Loved this post, I'm starting to try and move away from canned lines and material but I do like opinion openers!

    I think frame control is the key to learning natural game... or at least the start.

    I never really considered just how important inner game is as well. My problem is that I run out of interesting things to say... having read this I think my biggest problem is my inner game in that I'm constantly assuming that I have to generate value and make myself seem interesting.

    This means that I am implicitly giving off signals that I feel awkward have lower value... am I right?

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    Default Re: RB - Frame Control 2 and Inner Game

    Quote Originally Posted by sidewinder89 View Post
    Loved this post, I'm starting to try and move away from canned lines and material but I do like opinion openers!

    I think frame control is the key to learning natural game... or at least the start.

    I never really considered just how important inner game is as well. My problem is that I run out of interesting things to say... having read this I think my biggest problem is my inner game in that I'm constantly assuming that I have to generate value and make myself seem interesting.

    This means that I am implicitly giving off signals that I feel awkward have lower value... am I right?
    You are correct sir................. .................... ..(30)
    "The world will never change much less become what you want it to be. The only thing that can change is you. Face your fears, grow stronger and become what you want to be."
    _Xavier.


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