I’ve been out of London since Sunday and am back home in the sticks.
In London, to the vast population I am nameless and faceless. I’m just another person in the city. I can walk up to anyone I want and present my value to them, and their first opinions of me will be exactly what I portray to them and exactly what I want them to think.
I’m generally speaking here. It’s taken time and a lot of work over the past year to present what I present to people at this point in my life. Different situations and obstacles still present themselves to me and I’m mentally checked out of London, so I’m perhaps not at my best at the moment. I’m more in a general “I’m really not arsed” kind of mindset right now. I just want to see the rest of the year out.
Without going too deep into the subject, people can see right through one another. You’ll be able to tell when someone is lying and you’ll be able to tell when someone is over-exaggerating something about themselves. I feel that I come across very genuine, and it really helps when I’m picking up girls and talking to other guys.
By working on my value instead of leading with lines, acts and gimmicks, it’s given me a far better success rate with girls than this time last year where I was approaching girls with not much to offer.
So, for the most part, I believe my value is portrayed pretty well. It’s given me a fair bit of success this year with girls and walking around I generally get a lot of looks from girls. I also get looks from guys as if they’re looking up to me, or looking at me as if I’m competition they’ll struggle against. That, or I’m just oozing with homosexual vibrance.
Either way, in London, I have value and I can get people interested in me with the value I’ve built for myself. It’s not at a level I want it to be at, I’m a bit far from that at present, but it’s much better than it used to be.
Back home, however, I don’t have much value.
I haven’t lived back home for 3 years and people still have the old preconceptions about me, about who I used to be and imagine I’m still the same. I don’t have that intriguing stranger vibe about me, as it’s a small place back here and a lot of people know me or my face.
People have heard stories about me and people know who I am and the way I am (or was), so it’s very hard to change people’s opinions of me at first glance, and it’s difficult for me to accept that although I’ve moved on, people’s perceptions of me haven’t.
Value is pretty much what defines you as a person, in my opinion. Your route to what you deem success is dependant on your value. The world doesn’t owe anybody anything, the world doesn’t care about you and the world won’t give you anything for free.
Everyone is judged by their value and people will see you, or you will see others, and they will think “what can I get from him?” You’ll be guilty of it. Have you met someone who’s made a lot of money? Have you met someone who’s really good with women? Have you met someone who’s popular?
You want to be associated with that person, don’t you? You want to be seen as someone who is on the same wavelength as that person and admit it or not, perhaps mooch off of their success or get something from them in some way.
I’ve been guilty of it, and I wrote about it recently when I took some value from a TV star. It gave me a higher status and had more people intrigued about me in a bar. Why do you think people are so keen to get pictures with famous people and stick it on Facebook straight away? People start asking questions. How did you meet him/her? Why did you meet him/her? Where did you meet him/her? What happened when you met him/her? Instant value.
Although meeting someone or knowing someone with value is good, it won’t get you anywhere long term. You have to be able to offer value back. This is how you get forward in the world, but only if that’s what you desire.
Daygame, for me, is tiresome. I like the ability to go and pick up girls when I want to and I like knowing the things I know but I don’t want to have to resort to literally walking around looking for girls for hours on end. There’s better things I can do with my time.
Ultimately though, it’s what I have to do at the moment if I want a girlfriend or someone to date. I do enjoy it, it’s very fun, but I’m lazy and prefer the “work smart, not hard” approach to life. Day game is hard work and I’d prefer the girls to come to me.
Ever since I was a kid, I’ve had one target and that’s to be a millionaire and live a certain lifestyle. I’ve wanted that for my own happiness and freedom, as I really don’t like working every weekday to live. I especially don’t see myself doing that for the rest of my life and it really, genuinely baffles me how some people can spend their whole lives plugging in and out every week to do a job they would rather not be at. I honestly can’t comprehend it.
Since I learned about Game, I’ve seen a different perspective about becoming a millionaire and living the lifestyle I want to live. It creates value, something I’d never considered before. Why spend hours of my life walking on the streets and talking to girls to build attraction, when my overall value and self worth could be enough for them to be attracted before I’ve even said a word to them? It makes the game a lot easier.
I would much rather have a presence or an aura when I walk into a building that turns heads and have the ability to back it up with everything else in my life than be a wordsmith. How could anyone not want the same?
I avoid places where I am of low value, particularly back home and on Facebook. People’s opinions will change in time as I do more with my life, and for now I’m biding my time. I do feel different when I come back home, I’ve always felt bigger than this place but now I do feel like I genuinely have more value. People don’t see it though, as they’re still caught up in ideas of me from 4 or 5 years ago, and a big part of me sees myself rolling into town in a high end sports car in a few years time. People will then be able to see a difference in me, and it’ll be a big “fuck you” to all those who have doubted me in the past.
Some people reading this may not agree with that stance, but it’s validation I feel I require.
I want to separate myself from the norm, as I’ve said a lot in the past. I want to be of high value to open more doors in life to me, and see the things only few people see. I’m focusing on building something for myself so that I can offer value to others and we can push on together.
There is a completely different level of women to obtain that you can only have a chance with if you have money, power, status, or all three. Game will get you so far, but money and game combined will get you even further.
With value and power brings a higher class of life, freedom and women. I’m doing it for both the former and the latter. Why chase women when I can chase a higher class of life that will bring me happiness, a feeling of success and women?