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Think in Numbers: Talking to Lots of Girls

If you’ve ever looked at a pretty girl and suddenly felt a surge of nervousness at the idea of going to say hi to her, you’ll get something out of this article. Because what you were doing when you felt that nervousness was you weren’t thinking in numbers.

Chase AmanteAbout the Author: Chase Amante

Chase woke up one day in 2004 tired of being alone. So, he set to work and read every book he could find, studied every teacher he could meet, and talked to every girl he could talk to to figure out dating. After four years, scads of lays, and many great girlfriends (plus plenty of failures along the way), he launched this website. He will teach you everything he knows about girls in one single program in his Mastery Package.


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Lau'Ren'Tay's picture

This is a baller article for me Chase. Since I've been thinking in numbers; instead of being the guy "not" thinking of it. Also it reminded me to keep moving, instead wasting time with girl. Who aren't giving much attraction and investment. The ones that are just being social; or later on in the conversation " I have a boyfriend". Troublesome and nuisance it is lol; which I also notice I tend to waste time unintentionally. Talking to attractive woman ,who aren't interested, etc. Could you please write a comprehensive about socializing with a woman. If your not wasting your time in conversation or are? I don't know if you have something covering that, or related to that.

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Chase Amante's picture

Lau'Ren'Tay, absolutely man, that's an important topic to speak to. I actually had a conversation about this last week, where a guy asked about what to do when you find yourself in a go-nowhere conversation: should you leave, or try to turn it around?

I'll look to get a post up on that real soon: on figuring out when you're in a conversation that's going nowhere fast, and what to do about it when you are.


Kurtis's picture

Thanks Chase, these articles are very helpful!

Jack_Newhouse's picture


I came upon your website a couple of days ago, while googling for answers/solutions after yet another failure with a girl I met and really liked.
I must admit I'm as yet one of those 'average chums' who isn't doing particularly well with women, but hoping to change that soon.
Seriously dude, this is THE best website/resource on this all-important subject I have found to date ! Thanks so much for putting all this brilliant advice out here for us !!! ...every article I've read on here so far seems a gem to me, and it's hard to drag myself away from the computer at the moment...

Cheers, and happy christmas !


David's picture

Chase, I was thinking how many people realistically you can meet in the same place. I mean, if you hit on 10 girls , at least one of them is going to see you hitting on others? then she will know she is just a number and lose interest?

Anonymous's picture

Although you may be seen as a "slob" by those other girls wouldn't you say that the expirience of meeting those girls --be it negative, or positive--8q8that those kinds of meeting were all worth it? Of course it is. We are only here on earth for a short period so why waste on what other people think.

Samuel's picture

Hello Chase. I had tried the "numbers game" strategy and the result wasn't good at all. After the 5 or so rejections i thought it was all about getting rejected and moving on the next girl. After some number i think i wasn't even paying attention on what they were saying at all - even if some girl was actually interested, i believe i wouldn't have noticed.

Anonymous's picture

Hi Chase. I just wanted to say how amazingly important this post is. I've been steadily improving my fundamentals, touch, repartee and rapport and I have seen progress. Women are more interested in me from the onset. But the progress I make has been limited due to me not thinking in numbers (and so I end up not taking risks and lose girls mid game). But this post is like a revelation. I feel that the answer to so many beginner's problems is this post. And I am so excited to put this mindset into action
Once again, what a brilliant post.


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