Mike, a student from the weekend sent me a quick review of how he felt his daygame bootcamp went, here are his thoughts: [Read more…]
A few weeks ago, I went out with one of Bojangles’ students from a bootcamp and he asked me “what’s the one bit of advice you would give to improve my confidence?”
I felt like I’d been put on the back foot because I couldn’t answer his question as well as I thought I should’ve been able to. There’s a few things I told him that felt more like generic answers to the question such as buying new clothes and going to the gym more.
Ever since then, I’ve been thinking to myself where confidence comes from, and I believe it comes from happiness.
You can’t teach someone happiness. You can’t teach them how to smile, how to be positive and how to truly be confident. That has to come from within themselves.
It’s been just over 2 months since I last posted and here I am again. I’m on the final stretch of my time in London and I’m counting down the days until I can leave.
So I had an impressive daygame student at the weekend, a lad who has never done any daygame before. I was quite startled at quick he took to it and I took plenty of pictures of him roaming around hitting on lovely English and foreign women. I enjoy it and hate it at the same time, the enjoyment comes from seeing another guy take to daygame and do well as I did when I first started 5 years ago or so. The initial fear of daygame, the first approach, the nervousness, the delight when it goes well and the eagerness to not stop, to not have a lull, to keep on hitting on every pretty girl that takes your fancy. The hate part is purely selfish, I want to concentrate on our lad’s improvement so I want him to control the emotions that come from hitting on that 9 even though that’s a girl I’d like to be interacting. I don’t want to be hitting on a girl walking past him when he’s in a conversation. Simple rules to ensure that his confidence doesn’t get blown by me being an ass.
All the Bromigos have been busy, building up passive revenue streams, travelling the globe and bootcamps. Since the last post we’ve had a lot of queries and thanks for those guys we are pretty much booked up on most weekends, though we can fit you on European trips with us guys or weekdays in London. It’s always good helping guys get over those little sticking points that hold them back from approaching girls or just getting that lay. Having learnt from some of the best around I had the pleasure to meet a few of the top dog’s in America.
I took a couple of week’s out from teaching bootcamps to visit Las Vegas for fun, pleasure and filth and Hollywood for sun, stars and sand. One of the America’s most fearless men gave me tips on the parties to hit and the places to stay, I’d done well by booking one of the best hotels situated right in the centre of the strip – The Cosmopolitan. I fared well grabbing a Belize flag on the second night and a Romanian on my last night in town, both were 8’s and quite easy. Not sure if it was my suave British accent (I’m a bit of rogue) or just my dashingly bronzed looks or it’s just Vegas 😉
I finally got to Hollywood and promptly got shot down by at least 10 Russian girls in one night, it was a great recommendation by Christian McQueen and I saw how bad the Cali cats had it. I met the guy the following night along with Slubu from RVF, both cats are cool as hell. In fact I learnt quite a bit from Mr McQueen, fearless, hardcore, does not give a shit, but just some of his techniques and his fun vibe made it a good night and experience. I’d recommend visiting both to anyone and also to hit up Mr McQueen, he’s a great guy and knows both places inside and out. He’ll get you laid even if he’s only texting you 😉
Drop us an email if you’d like to hit the town on a bootcamp with the Bromigos. London only at present though you can tempt us to exotic locations! email@example.com
Gentlemen, we have started doing bootcamps again. There is no set price and this is primarily weekends only and daygame, our rate is competitive however very affordable in comparison to others. Check out our daygame bootcamps page for bookings or requests for more information.
You may have noticed that we’ve not been as active as we were a few months ago.
There are a few reasons for this and when the three of us made a plan for this year in around November last year, we knew it’d be a tough year this year. We described it as a “foundation year” in that this year would prepare us for the years succeeding 2013. [Read more…]
They say that men are better at planning for the future than women, and women tend to only think about the now without any thought of the consequences later on.
Generally it’s true, it’s written into the female biological make up. It’s a part of who they are. They’ll act on emotion and really won’t care about the future consequences of their actions in the present. Generally, men will make a more logical decision and think about repercussions before acting.
Humans, as a whole these days, will live in a “I’ll deal with it when the time comes” kind of mindset. I’m sure everyone is guilty of it, as I am myself, and it’s a particularly common mindset for people in their 20s, as I am.
People don’t want to worry about how they’re going to maintain a certain lifestyle when they’re retired. They’d rather think about that closer to the time. People don’t want to worry about making a decent living or career, they just want to party and live in the moment. They’d rather think about that closer to the time. People don’t want to worry about their health, they’d rather worry about it when they finally settle down.
I know this girl, and I met up with her on Sunday, who is a complete party girl. Her motto has been the cliched and overused-by-white-girls-on-the-internet “here for a fun time, not a long time”. She’s in her late 20s and her body can’t keep up with her now. She’s spent most of her 20s partying and travelling (aka taking dick) and now that she can no longer afford to do it financially and in health, she has no clue what to do with her life. She’s taken a temp job as a bar promoter which she hates but [Read more…]
I thought I’d write this blog boast…I mean post…about something that happened on Facebook yesterday.
After my post the other day where I said that I avoid places where I am of low value such as Facebook, funnily enough yesterday a Serbian girl added me on there. I was sceptical at first as to whether it was a real profile or not, but we had a mutual friend.
The mutual friend was the powerful connection I made in Croatia that I wrote about in my Power and Status post the other week.
I was on my way to meet someone last night at Green Park when I got a notification pop up on my phone that a girl had added me on Facebook. I had no idea who she was and she has a foreign name, so I checked her profile out and this is her profile picture: [Read more…]
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 [Read more…]