It’s important to move fast with women. Yet, you can absolutely overshoot – and get into the habit of rushing with girls instead.
In my article on skipping steps with girls who are thirsty for you, an anonymous commenter asked the following question:
“Good read. How do you reconcile your comment that "time is irrelevant to seduction" with Chase's mantra that one must move quickly? Am I misunderstanding the context?”
Perfect question. I struggled with this one for a long time. Before finding GirlsChase, I definitely understood that women love sex, and that long courtships are signs that you want something serious. Hell, I had once slept with a girl thirty seconds after meeting her. I always knew fast is good.
But I still made certain exceptions – girls who were more conservative, girls who were hotter than my usual catch, etc.
Then, when I found GirlsChase, I kept running into Chase’s motto of “move fast.” In almost every article, it was there. It infected my brain and eventually opened my eyes to how many girls I’d lost because I didn’t move fast enough.
I changed that – quickly. And my lay count skyrocketed. Women loved how aggressive I’d become.
Yet I also found that the number of girls I took out on dates was still much higher than the girls I bedded (my date-to-lay ratio, if you want to be a nerd). I would make out with them, exchange oral favors, but intercourse was not as frequent as I’d hoped.
Why were these girls not letting me go all the way?
Because I was rushing.
You see, moving fast and rushing are two different things.