About PUG101

“People say that what we are seeking is a meaning for life. I don’t think this is what we’re really seeking. I think what we’re seeking is an experience of being alive.” — Joseph Campbell

“How do you do it?”

A friend asked me this a few months ago. For the first time ever, I actually tried to think about how I do it. I then approached the next girl that walked by. I never really got to answer the question for my friend. Since I didn’t get to answer him, I figured I would write about my story here when it comes to why I developed this resource.

Picking Up Girls 101 is the ultimate resource for mastering this art. We take you from the beginning to the end. We take you from stuttering prick to confident stud. You’re going to fail a lot, you’re going to laugh, and yes you’re also going to meet some of the coolest chicks on this planet. Can you handle that?

I’ve included a few pictures in here of me getting rather silly. Let’s go through my journey of getting into this crazy underground society. I first found out about the PUA community in 2010.

People actually study this stuff?

Meeting girls at the bar

“Why would I read this crap?”

That was how I responded when my cousin told me to read The Game in early-2010. I was confused. At this point I had already had a few girlfriends and I was just coming out of a long term relationship. I didn’t see any purpose behind reading a dating book. I thought that I knew it well.

I also thought that dating was one of those things that you either get or you don’t. I didn’t realize that you could learn how to become better at this.

I didn’t realize that there was a community of like-minded folks actually studying the art of getting laid. Really?

I also didn’t realize all of the fine tuning that’s involved in this art.

That led to the next stage…

I don’t need help! Okay, maybe I do.

It’s difficult to admit to needing help or to think that you’re not the best at something.

Here’s a harsh reality that you have to accept right now: you could always improve (even a little bit) in every single area of your life.

Don’t think that you’re the best at anything. If you’re the best person in the room, you need to leave that room. I realized that I needed help with dating in the summer of 2010.

What made me realize that I could use some help?

  • I was relying on alcohol too much. Anyone can get loaded up on vodka and then go out posing as Prince Charming. How about going out sober on a Tuesday night? What about being the DD? What about meeting girls during the day? It’s not exactly easy when you’re dead sober. This idea of sober game was really eye-opening for me.
  • This was my first time being single. Getting out of a LTR isn’t easy. You’re sort of angry and confused. You struggle. You can’t really deal with rejection. You’re not as confident as you used to be.
  • I wasn’t used to actually trying. I had never actually gone out or tried to meet someone. It either just happened in my life or I just didn’t look for it. At this point. I was trying and realizing that it’s not all that simple.

So I agreed to get into the game.

The struggle to get going.

Momentum is a powerful thing.

The battle to get back into the game is a challenging one. Once you get into a committed relationship you forget what it’s like to be single and on the prowl. You fall in love and forget about everything.

We all struggle to get going. I sort of struggled in 2010 for a bit. I set the bar high and started going out often. I lived with my friend in a condo that was close to downtown. A quick bus ride would get us to all of the hot spots in town.

Getting going wasn’t easy, but it was a necessary evil.

Not letting dating get into the way of life — or the other way around!

This has been the biggest issue up to this point. Once you get better at this stuff and get to the point that you can go out sober, it can really consume your life. You’re always planning dates, on the go, and you lose complete focus of real life!

How do you survive? Honestly, you either get into another LTR or you just get it out of your system.

What’s next?

You eventually get to the point where you’re always meeting new girls. You create a lifestyle that’s so fun that you can’t help but be meeting cool people. This is where I want you to get to.

Cheers to a good life! Grab life by the balls. Conquer everything. Regret nothing.

“If you end up with a boring miserable life because you listened to your mom, your dad, your teacher, your priest, or some guy on television telling you how to do your shit, then you deserve it.” — Frank Zappa

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