Groggy yet social: French-sailor chick and her travel group [in-field footage]
Your Social Challenge
Summer’s already heating up so the Game is almost in full swing.
While running some early-morning errands [totally wasn't in the mood for day-game pickup], I decided to purchase some trinkets @ a local pier. Waiting around for the clerk, I immediately sparked up a conversation with a French chick who had just came from diving [she's part of a sailing group from France].
The purpose was just to flex some social muscles bright and early (since it was like 8 AM) and not necessarily to pick up chicks.
The interaction had went on for about 25 minutes which included her group.
Not much Game at all in to display, but I just wanted to illustrate the importance of being social and socializing in order to crack your way into social groups which will then lead to making more friends which means more possibilities of building a social circle and networking.
•Such random approaches will get you accustomed to chatting up groups of people and mixed sets without hesitation.
•A great way to kill approach anxiety and fear of talking to strangers- just do it :)!
Instead of waiting around like an anti-social chode stuck in your head;
•Take action and strike up a little chat, however meaningless, with people around you.
•Train yourself to become comfortable with talking!
That morning, I was definitely not in Pickup mode nor a sociable mood (since my game is usually high energy), felt very groggy and out of state, but I didn’t let those factors become excuses to not talk to people.
With that, I’m challenging you to just:
•Strike up some early-morning conversations just for the fuck of it!
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