Humans are creatures of habit. We tend to get into a daily routine and stick with it until something comes along and shocks us out of it such as a new job or start/breakup of a relationship. We like to be comfortable. Going to new places, meeting new people, trying new things takes a lot of people out of their comfort zone. To avoid feeling out of place they stick to their daily routines. We’re all victims of it, it’s not a bad thing, but now that we know, we can take advantage of this phenomenon and use it to increase the number of women we meet, the number of dates we go on, and our overall success with women in general.

Think about your average day during the week. You wake up, make breakfast, read the newspaper. Around 8:30 you realize it’s time to goto work so you hop in the car, take the same route. Talk to your buddy at the water cooler for 20 minutes, take a lunch break. After work you swing by the gym for a quick session, then head home. Then the weekend comes, you and the boys get together, but you always start off at the same local bar for a few drinks, before going to the same night club, running into the same girls, running the same game, going with home with the same girl, again.

When you read this what sticks out in your mind? Everything is the same. The same friends, the same people, the same girls each week. No wonder you are having trouble meeting any new girls, because you have already met them all. So we are going to fix this problem by changing things up. We might try going to bed an hour earlier so that in the morning we can get up and run around the local park. Get to work about 30 minutes earlier when less people are there, so not only can you take care of some quick work but you can leave early. That 30 minutes will help you beat the rush and get to the gym when a different crowd is working out. Maybe there is an aerobics class just getting out around that time and you can schedule yourself to be in the area when the class gets out possibly noticing a new girl or two. Take a night off the gym, check out the local library, looking for a book nerd or two who isn’t into the bar scene but can get you drunk off her knowledge and insight. Instead of meeting up at the local bar with the boys, try the new club up the street. Yeah everyone might not know who you are, but you can easily change that with a round or two of quarters. Why stay in town that weekend. Pick a direction and drive. Everyone can pitch in for a hotel room and you sleep where you fall. The point is, the more you change your routine on a day to day basis, the more women you will run into, the more women you will have a chance to talk to, and the more women you will be going out on the town with. Changes don’t have to be big, subtle is fine. 30 minutes in either direction is enough time to see fresh faces that you may have never seen before.

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