Want to get better with women but don’t know exactly how to go about it? Follow these steps to create a plan that makes efficient use of your time and your mind.
How should you go about planning for success when it comes to learning about women?
This is a difficult question to answer because seduction has many moving parts, but to follow up on my previous post, I will describe my process and the questions I use to forge my way through the chaos.
- Step 1: Find Your Blind Spots
- Step 2: What Is Necessary to Succeed?
- Step 3: Look for Clues and Context
- Step 4: Reassess Your Methods
To plan for success in seduction – or anything you want to get better at – try asking these three questions.
What do you need to improve?
When do you need to improve it?
These questions might seem simple at first glance, but we can only learn at a certain rate. Therefore, to improve at a rapid pace, you want to streamline the process by focusing on what is most important for you at a certain time, with the right purpose behind it. While these questions are simple, there is a lot more substance to them than meets the eye. So, in this article, I will go through a few things that should make answering them an easier task.
Knowing why you need to learn something requires you to understand the broad context. Knowing when to learn something requires self-awareness. And knowing what to improve requires access to technical details and common trends. The substance of these questions is in how you go about developing technical proficiency, self-awareness, and contextual understanding.