Visualization is a scientifically proven way to improve performance. Most men refuse to do visualization exercises for fear of being “cheesy.” Given that visualization is something done within the privacy of your own mind, the only person calling you sill is yourself. Stop being so judgmental.
I used visualization to take my game to the highest level it will ever be. My game simply isn’t going to improve, because this visualization ensures that I stay at the top of my game.
What is this secret visualization tactic?
As any player knows, running game is hard. “Pimping ain’t easy.” Unless you’re going to kegger parties in college, convincing an attractive girl you just met to spread her legs is no easy task.
There are several excellent books about game and game blogs. Using these materials, you’ll learn how to approach a woman, how to overcome approach anxiety, how to master body language, how to read a woman’s body language (to pick up those indicators of interest, or IOIs), and how to…do a lot.
Using this visualization technique will make everything you’ve learned come together into a cohesive whole. Now for the exercise.
When I’m out and see women who make me nervous, I stop in my tracks. I get my head on right. I ask myself:
How would I act if I knew every girl in the bar wanted me to come talk to her?
Really, deeply, think about it. How would you act if you knew that girl who gives you chills was waiting for you to approach her?
First of all, you wouldn’t have any approach anxiety. Why would I be nervous when she wants me to talk to her? Her whole night will be a failure if she doesn’t meet me.
Second, your approach wouldn’t be wooden or try-hard. When I meet someone who reads the blog or follows me on Twitter, I know the person wants to hang out. I’m happy to meet the person. I don’t feel weird. Even meeting a complete stranger feels normal.
Third, you will catch her off guard. “Who is this guy,” is what a girl wonders when you approach her as if you already know her.
When my mind is right, my approaches always lead to a close. I simply walk over, smile, and say, “Hey, what are you doing here?”
I don’t open with a neg. I don’t tell a story to demonstrate higher value (DHV). I don’t sweat the interaction.
I simply approach someone who has been dying to talk to me all night.
If you’re feeling a little tense about talking to a girl, stop yourself. Take a deep break. “She wants to meet me. Of course I should go talk to her. It will make her night.”
Once you master visualization, all of the theoretical knowledge and hundreds of approaches you’ve made will form a mosaic of game. All of the grains of sand scattered throughout your mind will become one.