The "Rejection" Mindset Of The Guys Who Get Laid The Most (Daygame Tips)

The Mindset Of The Guys Who Get Laid The Most:

Mindset 1) FULLY accept that you will get a lot more 'no's' than 'yes's'.
I Play to win not to 'not lose'. Building your infield reference
experience of both successes and failures will help you
with a better understanding of the whole process.

Mindset 2) You need to be going out to get laid rather than for
validation. When your desire to get laid outweighs your
desire for validation from a hot girl you will start to
improve your results.

Mindset 3) I come from a position of a strong frame and high inherent
self value. A few rejections from girls simply does not rock
my world or have any impact on my personal wellbeing
whatsoever. Therefore I can keep going whilst other guys sit
there feeling sorry for themselves.

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