Sinn Bootcamp - Orange County, September 2006

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  1. Sinn Bootcamp - Orange County, September 2006

    For all you window shoppers out there, let the debate end here. That was some of the best money I have ever spent!
    Last month, before I had ever heard of this community, Mystery, The Game or the MMBC's, I spent almost the same amount of money on a tuxedo (the JazzBaker by Hugo Boss for all the other fashion gurus out there) and other bullshit for an old girlfriends wedding where I wanted to woo a lady I had met at a previous engagement. What a dumbass I was...
    Let me tell you right now that I wish I had just saved the money and used it for the upcoming DayGame Seminar by Sinn to follow and build on the already awesome MMBC. My MMBC experience was unreal. Sinn, Masters and the other instructors have the program wired and give you the "tough love" approach that you really need to get your ass in gear and out in the field.
    Personal attention was awesome. My only suggestion would be to provide a syllabus that more accurately and closely follows the lecture material given by Sinn. There is so much good information that I just could not write fast enough and unlike college, we were not allowed recording devices, so I lacked a reference for my notes for later correction. If the handouts had the basic lecture outline, it would afford students an opportunity to write down the "lecture-only" gems that can sometimes really make a difference.
    Again, totally worth it. If you are thinking about signing up or are on the fence, get your head out of your ass, pony up and take your licks like a man at the MMBC. It may just change your life...

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    OC Bootcamp with Sinn

    I am sure a majority of people were skeptical before they signed up. It's understandable to question this. I mean, how can it be that easy?
    Then came Day 1 in field demonstration. What. The. F.
    Sinn ran text book material with Vision within earshots of groups while Masters and Kevin dissected the action. The effect was unquestionably visible within minutes. First, I saw them do a 2 set who invited them to the bathroom. Then Sinn winged a student and got the target's friend hanging all over him. At that point, I was already in awe but I had to challenge them with a tough set. It was a group of 3 girls and 1 guy. Sinn and Vision dismantled that like clockwork. And for the night's coup de grace, Sinn did a solo set literallly within 1 step of the group at closing time. The set was 10 minutes tops. Unbelieveable.
    Day 2 in field was an even better experience. Sinn kicked off the night by pulling the waitress but the opportunity to run in field sets and to have the instructors provide immediate feedback was the quintessence of the bootcamp. Instructors were constantly challenging me to improve my game and I shocked myself consistently getting postive reactions by employing crudely learnt routines from the seminar 3 hours prior. The impact was apparent.
    The seminars and events were well organized and ran with impeccable professionalism. The only thing I regret about this program is that I did not learn about it earlier.
    (Added bonus: you don't have to buy drinks for girls again. Half a year of that costs more than the program.)

  3. 9-22-06 OC Bootcamp with Sinn

    I can say with extreme confidence that the Mystery Method Bootcamp was truly a life changing experience and probably one of the best investments money can buy.
    Sinn was the master instructor and did a tremendous job teaching the concepts and demonstrating what is possible when the concepts are applied.
    Vision, Masters, and Kevin were the approach coaches and did an awesome job of adding value to the workshop. Their stories, advice, and critiques were priceless.
    The seminar portion was jam-packed with information that it's improbable that anyone can retain everything that was covered. Even if you think you know the material, you will be surprised by new things learned through the seminar.
    During the in-field portion, I approached close to 20 sets (I lost count). I was even engaging HB8's and maybe HB9's for the first time in my life. The experience was invaluable for gaining the confidence necessary to continue my transformation from AFC to PUA.
    The entire bootcamp is too good for me to recommend. I would only recommend this to my close friends. Everyone else, stay away! We don't want more PUA's in the world, do we?
    Noble (Earl)
    Last edited by Noble; 09-27-2006 at 09:35 PM. Reason: Noble is my new name.

  4. I used to be RealTruth, but now I'm Noble.

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Dec 2005
    Surprise Buttsex

    Quote Originally Posted by Noble View Post
    I used to be RealTruth, but now I'm Noble.
    Terms of service allow only one user name per person. PM and admin and ask them to merge or disable one of your accounts.
    When I am writing in red, it's as an Attraction Forums mod or admin. When I write in normal text, it's just me.

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    Join Date
    Feb 2006

    Glad you had a good time mate!
    [FONT=Tahoma][SIZE=3][COLOR=darkslategray]My Name Is Vincent Chase.[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT]

  7. I Been out in OC alot what bars did you guys hit up?

  8. #8
    Join Date
    Dec 2005

    Quote Originally Posted by Zero_Game View Post
    I Been out in OC alot what bars did you guys hit up?
    Under the bootcamp Non-Disclosure Agreement, all students are under legal oath not to reveal bootcamp locations.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by Hysteria View Post
    Under the bootcamp Non-Disclosure Agreement, all students are under legal oath not to reveal bootcamp locations.
    Sorry , feel free to delete my post

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hysteria View Post
    Under the bootcamp Non-Disclosure Agreement, all students are under legal oath not to reveal bootcamp locations.
    And I think that's good.
    If I ever re-visit the states, I think 'll try my best to make sure it coincides with one of Sinns bootcamps. I know we do them over here in London now, which I'm still looking into, but I feel Sinns way of teaching/writing breaks things down into its simplest forms.


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