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Summary: This volume is the definitive guide to opening and succeeding in mixed and group sets. It is loaded with strategies on dealing with difficult friends, guys and large groups making dealing with these types of situations much easier to fully apply your game in.
Table of Contents/ List of Topics Covered:
- How to deal with her friends and use them to your advantage
- Handling other guys in the set
- Navigating difficult people and winning them over
- How to isolate a woman from her group smoothly so you can make a deeper connection
What You Get:
An Audio download
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"Really helped with dealing with other guys in the group"
When I first started approaching I would always avoid mixed groups, because I wasn’t sure how to interact with the men in the group or work around them. This interview covers just those problems. I realized its actually easier if not better to open mixed sets. Asking one of the man to man openers, you come in completely under the radar. Another really good tip is to engage the person you think is the biggest obstacle and diffuse them through one of the methods discussed. Really powerful stuff. Good to learn for being defensive and offensive in any social interactions.
I'm someone who prefers all-female sets over mixed sets. Listening to this particular volume has given me some insight into my irrational fear of mixed sets and other men in social settings. I now realize that men are not competition, considering the Mystery Method way is to befriend everybody (classic group theory) and appear social anyway. Anything that anybody does to try and tool a social cool guy like yourself only raises your value. The chunk regarding AMOG tactics, which isn't normally associated with classic Mystery Method, was SUPER valuable especially when discussing frame games, value, and unreactiveness.
I know the instructors have fun discussing the material and theory, but they tend to really trip over each other enthusiastically in this CD and I found myself having to listen to a few parts over and over to pay attention to individual voices when this happens.
The Bottom Line
Rating out of 10: 8/10 for presentation and organization. Sometimes the instructors got off on some tangents, such as discussing game logistics, handy as it was, but it was still detracting from the focus of the main topics at hand. 10/10 for content. The topics were absolute gold and even non-classic Mystery Method tactics were taught in the form of AMOG theory. 9/10 for production quality. This was probably one of the clearer CDs so far.