Guys, it’s time to get proactive in your approach to meeting women.
Stephen Covey, the author of the best selling book ‘The 7 Habits of Highly Successful People’ cites proactivity as the underpinning habit of all successful people.
If you’re proactive, you don’t have to wait for circumstances or other people to create perspective expanding experiences. You can consciously create your own.
– Stephen Covey
Recently I’ve been noticing more and more adverts for a new ‘dating app’ or as I like to call them, procrastination apps, called Happn.
“Why should we go on dating websites when we meet so many new people every day, in real life?”. Starting with this very simple observation, Fabien Cohen, Didier Rappaport and Antony Cohen decided to create an app that gives an everyday superpower: the power to find a person you’ve crossed paths with again, and to get in touch with them.
Why should we go on dating websites when we meet so many new people every day, in real life you say…I totally agree with the founders of Happn here, hence why I do and teach daygame. Proactively approaching women every day, in real life, gives you a multitude of options when it comes to dating.
Walking past a woman you could have spoken to and in five minutes or so ended up on a date, or getting her details, to instead go home, sit in your underpants, checking Happn every ten minutes to see if you’ve matched with her (if she’s even on it), is full on retarded *ahem* I mean a reactive way to approach your dating life.
Aside from that, you then run into all the other problems with online/app based “dating” (which I won’t go into in this post).
Seriously guys, if you want to start getting results, log off these apps, reach your hand down your pants to check if your balls are still attached, then head out and start meeting women for real.