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Discuss Mystery Method Bootcamp Reviews -Compiled old Reviews- at the Love Systems Reviews within the The Attraction Forums. Dating Advice.; Originally Posted by Cedar That's how Sinn and Future deal with it. I notice the ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cedar
    That's how Sinn and Future deal with it.
    I notice the more I open the more it becomes an instinct for me. It literally becomes easier for me to run an opener than to ignore someone that comes into my line of vision. But it takes a few weeks of opening everyone you see to hit that point. And me taking a month off means I'm back to zero.
    Cedar you didn't regress that bad. You still have the skills, you come off as really confident in the field, and although you didn't approach, I'm sure you could have almost instantly.
    I liked Sinn and Future's "Big Cock" routine. Man it's huge!


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    Hey Masters you might have misunderstood me. I meant that I could tell by Cedar's demeanor that he was pretty good, I knew he was told not to approach. Were you in-field Friday or Saturday cause I didn't see you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cedar
    I notice the more I open the more it becomes an instinct for me. It literally becomes easier for me to run an opener than to ignore someone that comes into my line of vision. But it takes a few weeks of opening everyone you see to hit that point.
    I've always had this anxiety, this adrenaline that hits as soon as I see an HB. Perhaps that ancient survival mechanism that would have saved me from being killed 2,000 years ago. In the past, that adrenaline, that pit in my stomach, would lead me to freeze. Now, as I am embarking on the newbie mission this week (along with Dale and Richard), I am noticing that that same feeling is being converted to some kind of compulsion to open a set. As soon as I feel that anxiety, my legs starting moving in her direction, and I open. It's kinda cool, seeing myself get reprogrammed. Turning fear into fuel. "Success" is irrelevant, as simply opening at all is success to me at this point. Even if I get blown out, I feel relieved somehow, and I'm getting addicted to that 'relief.' This alone makes the expense of the bootcamp worthwhile. I know so many guys who would give their left nut to feel this way.
    "The best way out is always through." -R. Frost

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    nice...
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    I want to jump into a bootcamp but wasnt sure if im ready yet. I feel ok approaching a set when i have material that i feel has a good chance with my targets. I have been out for 2 months now but was thinking to just go for it. My feeling is i will learn alot more now than bangin my head on wall with the newbie mission. My guess is the Las Vegas boot camp is sold out even though it showing 6 seats left.
    I guess my question is the newbie mission essential before puttin down the cash?
    I am intrested in working with Matador Exlcusivly since his style fits more of what im looking for in myself.
    Believing is seeing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Masters
    Okay guys.. we were told not to approach.
    We were specifically told by Sinn and Future "Do not open sets".
    The Master Instructor was there to demonstrate, for you to learn from the best, when he felt appropriate.
    Cedar and My self are there to coach you in approaching.
    Even though this was said we still at times helped you guys wing and open sets, but we didn't run sets alone. This wasn't an "Oh, I'm too busy to open" thing.
    Hmm I just got back from the Atlanta bootcamp and the opposite happened there. On day 1 Lovedrop was sending the approach coaches (Mehow, Dynamic and Squirrel) into sets and Lovedrop and one instructor were hanging back talking to us about what was happening.
    Lovedrop didn't open any sets the entire BC, he winged a few on day2 though.
    So we got our demos from the coaches not the master instructor.
    May bullshit baffle brains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Levo
    ...Lovedrop was sending the approach coaches (Mehow, Dynamic and Squirrel) into sets...
    Squirrel is one cool fucker. Dynamic and Mehow have an amazing attract game. You'll learn a shitload watching those three.
    Assuming you're not a kidney harvester, we can chat in the car. - Cedar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cedar
    Squirrel is one cool fucker. Dynamic and Mehow have an amazing attract game. You'll learn a shitload watching those three.
    Yeah man. All of their demos were amazing to watch. I was just saying what happened.
    They told us exactly what they were going to do and didn't fail once.
    Highlights include Mehow stealing some guys girlfriend of two years from right beside him, and Dynamic becomming the center of attention in a 6-7 set bachlorette part for about 30 minutes, Mehow going direct on a 2 set of 9's in the corner and having them beg him to come to the next club with him after 20 minutes as his first set of the night. Squirrel got 2 makeouts from hotties but I didnt see him go in so all I saw was some boring comfort game.
    Dynamic and Mehow were super cool guys and were super helpful. Squirrel kept dissapearing all weekend and me and my two buddies didn't get any feedback or talking time with him except during seminar.
    May bullshit baffle brains.

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    Boston Bootcamp 6/23 w/Sinn

    I totally recommend shelling out the $$ for a bootcamp. The one held here in Boston last week was awesome. LOADS of material for all phases of M3. The instructors/coaches were totally cool- they gave honest constructive criticism about what to do/not do in set. It was very clear that they were focused on students and their success vs running their own game too much (have read reviews of non MM bootcamps where this has happened). I feel like my game has been accelerated by 5x. I am telling my friends that if they really want to improve quickly and efficiently they should sign up for a bootcamp.- nuff said

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    (I'll merge this thread into the existing thread when we've compiled all our reviews. )
    Quote Originally Posted by Eisenstein
    If she falls down the stairs, it's not a shit test, help her out. - TenMagnet
    Hahaha. Love it.
    It was great meeting you Eisenstein.
    Guys, Eisenstein had never done a cold approach in his life until the bootcamp. By the end of Friday night, he was flying into sets like he was born to do it, even winging me on a couple of occasions. His progress was astonishing to see.
    I'm still typing my huge review and massive Field Report (with pics and video) and I will post them when I'm done.

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