When it comes to dating and pick-up, there are two complementary concepts that you have to master in order to get to at least a decent success rate: inner game and outer game.
Think of them like the yin and yang.
Inner game refers to your state, how you think and your feelings. Think mental states, psyching yourself up, positive self-talk and a few other cute concepts that always work.
Outer game is all about what you do and how you do it. Think body language, voice tone, impulsiveness and so on.
So: inner game.
It’s easy to say inner game is the basis of outer game. If you’re not confident, nothing you say or do will work. Nothing.
I’m sure you may be wondering: can you break this down for me? Inner game seems like such a huge and important part of meeting women.
Quick question: what’s the easiest way to give a woman 2 orgasms in a row?
Don’t Google-cheat on this one!
Ready? Let’s see your answer.
Mine is: “First you give her a clitoral orgasm, then follow up with a vaginal one”. It’s really simple if you think about it. Let me explain.
It’s way easier for a woman to experience orgasm through the stimulation of the clitoris. It’s out there easy to touch and to play around with.
Did she already experience a clitoral orgasm with you? Good, because the next step is where most guys screw up.
You don’t just rush into the next orgasm (which should be vaginal). You have to let her rest. Let her enjoy the first one for a bit.
Now the resting part is very important. It doesn’t have to bee too long. You have to start the actual intercourse after 1-2 minutes of rest TOPS.
If you’re not doing it, there is absolutely not way you can escape my wrath. You have to have objectives. Big ones too. It’s your life and without goals to guide you, you’re pretty much never going to get anywhere… unless your daddy is the prince of Monaco.
Goals are like signposts. They won’t tell you HOW to achieve something but they WILL guide you to the right direction.
How do I know they work?
Because I saw myself with goals and I saw myself without them. I know the difference. It’s huge.
I’m ten times more productive and ten times more likely to get something I want if I just have a written goal.
if it’s written down, I’m a lot more committed to doing it. I know it sounds like it shouldn’t happen but, trust me, it works.