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"The JEDI Force Of A Small Fuzzy Teddy" / February 15th, 2007

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The JEDI Force Of A Small Fuzzy Teddy
by Jay Valens of The Art of the Pickup
February 15th, 2007

Sometimes it’s the little things that make the difference.

I’m going to share a story with you not to describe a specific thing you should do, but as an example how thinking creatively on your feet can be vastly more practical to accomplishing a goal than trying to plan every step or every angle of logistics before being able to move forward.

One day I was hanging with a good buddy of mine and we were in a bookstore when we spotted two somewhat friendly looking girls. They looked like tourists. We talked to them and engaged them enough that they were OK to walk through the mall with us. After a while, my friend suggested to them that we all get “tea” somewhere and I engaged the idea of stopping by my place which happened to be right by the mall. I will not bore you with the details of the pickup, it’s the kind of stuff you’ll learn about on our DVDs, and needless to say we all ended up at the entrance to my building after a short time.

I went up presuming they would come up.

They didn’t & my friend came up soon (without them) to tell me they girls were hesitating and thinking we would come down. Normally more comfort would have been built but the pickup was so fast that there was no time and I had to think fast or these girls would never come upstairs.

So I looked around my place for a prop. I saw a small (I mean tiny) teddy bear I don’t remember where I got, maybe a girl gave it to me a long time ago, I don’t remember. Perfect. I told my friend to take it down to the girls and joke about how funny it is for me to have such a childish cute thing in my place, leave it in one of their hands, then come back upstairs. Then we would wait. While waiting, I started to actually make tea. Not more than a couple minutes later, the girls came upstairs because they felt the pressure of needing to give me back the small teddy bear. Before they walked in my door, I told them I have a rule: “No shoes in my apartment.” They complied and came in. Mission accomplished.

I should note the girls were Asian, specifically Japanese, and from my past experiences I knew “cute” things like that would statistically provide me with a certain expected response. Also, the social pressure of returning a belonging to its owner would also be there. I didn’t plan all this out ahead of time, I conceived of it on-the-fly.

I hope you learned something valuable in this funny little story!

If not, well, READ IT AGAIN! :)

Wielder of the dark teddy force,

Jay Valens

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