My Journey - Not A Small Violin Or Tear In Sight (Daygame Tips)

My journey condensed:

I was the stereotypical good looking guy standing in a corner of a club not getting laid - no confidence, no game, no fucking clue.

At age 25 I saw a guy taking a girl's phone number during the daytime on youtube at the beginning of the London 'Daygame Boom'. It blew my mind and I wanted in.

When you evaluate the factors of ease of access/ barriers to entry, transferability of value, cost and return of investment, daygame smashes every other dating 'option' out the ballpark.

If I can do it then you can, life is short... get started now: This is the proverbial kick up your ass from me to you.

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James Tusk Bio:

Follow James Tusk as he teaches you how to meet and date and girls without using social media dating apps, online dating or having to go to overpriced, sweaty night clubs.

I believe as men we have got soft - my mission is to teach guys to become guys again by being able to AT LEAST ABLE TO SAY 'HI' to a girl they find attractive and develop a conversation and take a number.

I firmly believe 'day game' is the most genuine and authentic way to meet girls - Whether you see the girl of your dreams walking along the street, working in a store, eating in a restaurant or really whatever situation you can think of, I've been there and I'm here to help you master the situation from the initial conversation, to taking her phone number and the subsequent dating. 

Enjoy the free content and leave questions/ comments if I can help you with anything else.

If you're reading to man up drop me an email at tusk.london@gmail.com


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