Lots of guys have a preference for a specific type of game. And that’s a GOOD thing. You should do what you are best and, happiest doing, and get results from. However, there are some very important reasons for doing other forms of game and learning other skills.
- Yes, you can get good at game by only doing Daygame, but it is not recommended.
- Daygame is amazing. It’s the purest form of game.
- It’s just you and girl. There’s no BS about getting into the club or dealing with her friends.
- She’s not expecting to be hit on, so it’s a pure test of your game up against the situation.
- It gives you pure feedback, and it’s a great way to learn.
- It’s also amazing for learning verbal game. Daygame WILL make you talk.
- If all you learn is Daygame, you’re going to miss out on skills from other forms of game that will help you in Daygame.
- If you get really good at Daygame, you may never need to learn these skills, so you may not learn them.
- For example, you can get away with having weak vocal tonality and projection in Daygame for a very long time.
- In Daygame, just going up and talking to the girl is already unique, different, and conveys value for you.
- If your verbal game is good enough, you can overcome bad tonality.
- In Nightgame, if you have bad tonality, you won’t be heard over the music, and you won’t get the girl’s attention at all.
- Therefore, doing a little bit of Nightgame will help your tonality, allowing you to be way more powerful in Daygame.
- By getting good solely doing Daygame, you won’t bother to fix your tonality because you’re getting results without doing Nightgame.
- You’re training yourself to have bad tonality.
- You want to learn the nuances from other forms of game.
- Your skill in one form of game can mask a lot of your weaknesses in other forms of game. This can hold you back.
- For example, by learning online game and writing profiles, you will learn how to better portray yourself as an attractive man. This will carry over to your Daygame when you want to effectively convey your story.
- Do what you’re good at, but spend 10-20% doing other types of game because there are skills that can carry over and give you massively more progress in the area of game you’re best at.
- Even if you can be a great basketball player without lifting weights, you’d still be better off lifting weights.
- Have a basic level of competence in all forms of game, even if you want to specialize.
I really do not like going out at night. Can anyone get good in game just practicing Daygame? This coming from Pedro Lima. Thank you for the question. It’s a great question. I actually got this on one of my one-on-one Skype coaching calls. I’m doing the six-month online training program. Guy just asked me this the other day. I think it’s a great question, a phenomenal, phenomenal question. Can you get good at game by just doing Daygame?
The answer is yes, but I don’t recommend it. Here’s why. So Daygame is brilliant. I fucking love Daygame. Daygame is the purest form of game ever. It’s just you and the girl. There’s none of this like, “Did you get into the club? How do you deal with her friends?” She’s not expecting to be socially hit on. So it truly is a pure test, your game up against the situation. I love it. And in that sense of it being a pure form of game, it gives you a very pure feedback, and it’s a great way to learn. Also amazing for learning verbal game. If you want to learn to talk to a girl, Daygame is gonna make you talk.
Here’s the thing though. If all you learn is Daygame, you’re not gonna learn certain skills from other forms of game that are gonna help you in Daygame anywhere near as quickly. And actually, the problem is, if you get actually really good at day game, you may never need to learn those skills, so you may not learn them.
What am I talking about? So let’s talk about, first of all, vocal projection. Let’s say you have kind of a weak voice. Let’s say you’re tonality is not the best. In Daygame, you may get away with it for a very, very long time because in Daygame, just going up and talking to the girl already is unique and different and conveying some kind of value for you. And if your verbal game is good enough, you may overcome bad tonality. If you go out in Nightgame and have bad tonality, you won’t be heard over the music and you won’t get the girl’s attention at all. So if you’re a Daygamer and you do a little bit of Nightgame and learn that tonality from Nightgame, you’re going to carry that over to Daygame and be way more powerful. Whereas if you’re just doing Daygame, and especially, not even if, but especially if you’re getting good at Daygame, you may not get good tonality because you’re getting good results without it.
Your body is learning. Your body and your mind are learning these things naturally. They’re learning, “Did this work? Okay, I’ll do more of it. Did this work? I’ll do more of it.” And so if having bad tonality but the rest of your game being good is working, you’re actually training yourself to have bad tonality. And so this is the problem with just learning one form of game is that you don’t get the nuances from these other forms of game, and your skill in that one form may actually mask a lot of weaknesses in your game and actually hold you back.
Another one is let’s say you do Daygame, but you never do online game. There’s a great, huge, huge, huge avenue in game, which is, “What is the vision of your life?”, the story of you that you’re conveying to the girl. And you’ll learn this eventually in Daygame maybe. But if you’re doing enough things right, again, you may not have to. But if you write a good online profile or better yet, if you write several good online profiles and you learn the process, you’re gonna learn what is sort of the icon of an attractive man that you want to go for. What is the way that you can convey yourself that’s the most effective? And you can take that lesson from online game, apply it in your day game, it’s going to put it on steroids. But again, if you’re doing well enough in Daygame already, you may never learn that lesson because you don’t have to.
So I’m a big proponent of do what you’re good at. If you’re good at day game, I’m not gonna tell you go become the master at Nightgame and avoid Daygame. Do what you’re good at. Do what you’re talented at. But that said, spend a good, spend some amount of time, spend 10, 15, 20 percent your time, maybe 10 or 15 percent, doing types of game that aren’t what you’re best at because there are a lot of carryover skills that are going to give you massively more progress in that area of game your best at.
It’s kind of like if you’re a basketball player and all you do is play basketball and you never lift weights. Can you become a great basketball player without lifting weights? Yeah, you can based on like if you have the body dimensions, you have the skill, whatever. But even if you can become a good basketball player without lifting weights, you’d still be better off if you lifted some weights. And doing those other forms of game that you’re not the best at are like lifting weights for the form of game that you are. So I actually do suggest having at least a basic level of competence in all forms of game, even if you’re going to specialize in one.
That said, Daygame’s amazing. Totally recommend it. One of my favorite types of games, so I’m all for that as well. But again, don’t be such a specialist that it narrows your vision and you lose the overall game skill. All right. So that’s my take on pure Daygame and only Daygame, I’m against it. But I am pro-Daygame.
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