Vol. 07 Dealing with Men & Obstacles (Moxie and Future)
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  1. #1

    Vol. 7 Dealing with Men & Obstacles (Moxie and Future)

    Women don’t tend to go out alone, so usually you’ll be dealing with her friends and other people when you want to meet her. Sometimes there will be other men. Sometimes the men (or women) will try to get in your way; we call them obstacles.

    Here is what this groundbreaking interview covers:

    •How to meet her even when she’s with friends or other guys
    •How to tell if any of the other guys is her boyfriend
    •How to turn an obstacle into an ally
    •Why you always approach mixed groups if you want a same-night situation
    •How to get her away from her group so you can get to know her one-on-one
    •How to handle difficult situations

    Most guys are too afraid to approach big groups or groups with men in them – guys that DO make these approaches stand out in a good way. After listening to this interview, you’ll have all the skills to be one of these men yourself.

    Quotes From The Interview

    "If you ignore a mixed set because you are scared... you are short changing yourself."

    "50-60% of girls aren't with the guys they are talking to."

    "You're not there to beat guys. You're there to get girls."

    What The Listeners Had To Say

    "These are *awesome* tips for handling obstacles and AMOGS."
    JK - Illinois

    "Makes so much sense out of something that usually scares the hell out of me... I really loved this interview."
    SW - Washington, DC

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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 2005

    Vol. 07 Dealing with Men & Obstacles (Moxie and Future)

    Volume number and title: Volume 7 - Moxie & Future on Obstacles, Mixed Sets, & AMOGs
    Date of release: September 2006
    Pros: 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.
    Cons: 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.
    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.
    Last edited by Stallion; 07-01-2011 at 09:50 AM.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Nov 2007

    I've listened to some of it, and I liked what they talked about. However, the quality of the audio was not good. I stopped listening to it because of this quality.
    Lovin this game , practise makes perfect. The more you practise in the field the better you'll get.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Apr 2008

    Glad you liked it sorry about the audio quality Im sure that doesnt happen anymore


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