We’ve gotten some great questions lately. Here are a few:
What are some common misconceptions newbies make about day and night game?
Day: thinking you are interrupting them. Using the “Excuse me” (Greenpeace) opener (since it puts them in the frame that they are more important than you and you are interrupting them); you want to approach them more like a friend would than a Greenpeace employee. Not working hired guns (store employees). Getting stuck on the opener and losing control of the conversation.
Night: They think large sets or mixed sets are more difficult than they are. Not working hired guns for social proof and/or as targets.
Are most of your clients lawyers?
That’s a DC Question. It varies, but if you are looking for trends: I do get a lot of lawyers, doctors, students, and doctors as clients as you’d expect. I also get a lot of military clients, including officers.
Do you do style consultations?
Yes, sometimes combined with daygame sessions.
What advice do you have for daygame newbies?
Practice! Get good wings who you get along well with. Get coaching so that you correct and/or don’t develop bad habits and jumpstart your game.