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"10 Commandments of Natural Game" / May 13th, 2006

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10 Commandments of Natural Game»
by Vincent DiCarlo of theApproach
May 13th, 2006

The Ten Commandments of Natural Game»

1. Genuine connection with another person should serve as the basis
of your game. It doesn't matter how good your techniques are if you
can't achieve a genuine connection.

2. Always work to increase the positivity of interactions, and
strive to improve the emotions of the people around you. Trying to
hurt people only destroys your own value.

3. The immediate moment, the "now" is always more important than
any previous moment. Never allow yourself to get stuck in previous
moments during the pickup, regardless of what happened.

4. Women are attracted to ideas, not men. Once you determine what
YOU stand for, what idea YOU are, make EVERY SINGLE element of your
game congruent to that. Everything you do, say, how you dress, our
mannerisms, your techniques should serve to reinforce that "idea".
Any deviation from your "idea" is a leak in your game that needs to
be fixed. This accounts for why some techniques work for some
people and not others.

5. When using techniques and routines, you must communicate
yourself through the techniques, not hide behind them. Many men got
into the game because they had a fear of letting women see the real
them. Routines and techniques have become a very convenient veil
that they could hide behind. Don't let this happen.

6. Demonstrations of value should flow naturally from the reality
of your life. Value is built, not fabricated.

7. Value is largely perceived as a vibe which is sensed on a
subconscious level. How long does it take you to figure out if you
like a person or not? 1 minute? 30 seconds? Some of my most
memorable relationships came from 1-3 minute number closes.

8. The nature of your thoughts is the first determinant of your
outcome. Your mental "focus" always takes precedence over
structure. Never sacrifice your focus in order to follow a generic
linear path.

9. Life is unpredictable. Contingencies always come up. Since women
will pay attention to your reactions in all kinds of different
situations, your game is only as good as your spontaneous
conversation and behaviors.

10. Time is irrelevant to pickup. If you spent 30 minutes with a
woman, but the last 5 were boring, you would have been better off
venuechanging / getting a number at the 25 minute mark. If you have
a problem with flaking, you don't need to spend more time, you need
to improve your vibe.

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