Field Report: I’d Rather Not Chick… And A Lot More!

It is failure that guides evolution; perfection provides no incentive for improvement, and nothing is perfect. Colson Whitehead “I’d rather not!” I was at shopping at Target after work one day, and as I was on my way out I saw a cute chick in the cosmetics section. I had to turn around and goContinue reading “Field Report: I’d Rather Not Chick… And A Lot More!”

Field Report: Some Two Sets and a Kazakh

Seeing much, suffering much, and studying much, are the three pillars of learning. Benjamin Disraeli Showing Balls To Approach a Hottie I was at my local grocery store when I saw what was probably the sexiest girl since I started approaching. She was blonde, great body with curves in all the right places. Surprisingly, IContinue reading “Field Report: Some Two Sets and a Kazakh”

Field Report: Two Sisters and My First Number

He who would learn to fly one day must first learn to stand and walk and run and climb and dance; one cannot fly into flying. Friedrich Nietzsche Opening Two Sisters After my horrible approach anxiety during my first day approaching (you can read about it here), I didn’t know exactly what to expect. TheContinue reading “Field Report: Two Sisters and My First Number”

Field Report: My First Day Approaching

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Lao Tzu The Expectations The time had finally come: after much reading and preparation, I had finally decided to do the 100 approach challenge as I talk about here. I decided the best place to approach in my area was the mall, and atContinue reading “Field Report: My First Day Approaching”

10 things I learned from my first 200 daygame cold approaches

Progress is not an illusion; it happens, but it is slow and invariably disappointing. — George Orwell Over the last few months, I have been going out and doing daygame approaches. Here are the ten things I learned from my first 200 cold approaches: Direct approaches work the best As I talked about in myContinue reading “10 things I learned from my first 200 daygame cold approaches”

My background – why I decided to do daygame

It is never too late to be what you might have been. George Eliot The Beginning As someone who was born in Europe before moving to America, meeting people while I was out and about only seemed natural to me. Meeting a girl on the street, at the beach or while grabbing coffee happened oftenContinue reading “My background – why I decided to do daygame”