3000 Rejections From New York to Los Angeles

Mon, 02/02/2015

Let’s get this out of the way right up front:

When you decide to get your ass out there and start
approaching you will get rejected. Guaranteed.

I want you to understand that this is a good thing.

Even I still get rejected now and then. It’s how we
learn. It’s how we get better.

Look, you’re here because you’re probably not getting all
the pussy that you want yet. That’s where you’re at
right now.

That’s point A.

You want to get to a place where you can approach any
woman you want and you’re having more sex with hot
chicks than you can possibly handle.

That’s point B.

OK, great.

Here’s an example from everyday life to exemplify how we
get from A to B:

A passenger airliner makes an average of 3000 course
corrections in the air on a direct flight from New York
to Los Angeles.

Wind currents, shifts of hot cold air, weather fronts
and all manner of things act on the plane constantly to
shift it off course.

If course corrections weren’t made, the plane would veer
off course and never reach LA.

When you buy your ticket and get on the plane you don’t
worry about whether or not they’ll find Los Angeles.

You throw on your headphones, go to sleep or do whatever
you do on a plane.

You take for granted that the pilot knows how to do his
job.

They follow the process; do their course corrections,
and it works every time.

It’s the same thing with dating.

When you got out and approach, you need to think of
each rejection as one of those minute little course
corrections that’s getting you closer to your
destination.

You need those rejections! They are showing you what
does and does not work.

They are your course corrections.

Membership in 30/30 is all about course corrections.
It’s how we get good. And it affords guys like you a
chance to get good much faster than I did. Check it
out here.

Talk soon,

Brad P.