Learn Real, Lasting Game
This is the most important aspect of improving your game. We have all, at some point in our lives, imitated someone who we strive to be like.
It’s only natural.
We want to be like them so we do things and say things we perceive as effective or cool.
This isn’t all that wrong, but when most people start out they tend to just ask specific questions. They ask, “what should I say here?” and “what should I do here?”
They need a response for every action or situation.
This too is something we all experience at some point. This is also a very bad way to go about learning.
It’s merely imitating and copying.
When you do this, you might yield results but you’ll show no progress.
This is very dangerous and will regress your game. The point is you need to learn on your own.
You need to stop yourself from imitating others and create your own personality and your own version of the game.
If you don’t, you’ll never be the man you strive to be.
You know that guy who has that one look you wish you had? Maybe his hair is straighter, his eyes are a bit bigger, has a smaller nose, anything like that.
He has that one thing that you wish you could have.
Well, stop wishing.
Just know that there is definitely something he is really insecure about, and when he looks at you, he wishes he could have your nose, or your ears, or something else.
No one is perfect, except those that realize their imperfections, embrace them, and move on with their lives.
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