THE FORUMS

December 4th, 2016
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Davis Jascha

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Join Date: 09/10/2013 | Posts: 221

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Professor Hughes~

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Join Date: 04/13/2010 | Posts: 587

Interesting report!  I've actually done BCs with Alex and Ozzie in the past.

I had the opposite effect from doing the fear technology exercises and challenging approaches.  It very quickly made me very relaxed and I had a huge improvement in my game during Ozzie's bootcamp for this reason.  I had a fair amount of approach anxiety before the bootcamp though.

I think fear technology will be helpful to some extent for any guy, but I think it's most helpful for newbies or guys who have a hard time pushing their comfort zones.  You'll quickly gain a lot of new experience outside your comfort zone.

I personally agree with you that Alex's NIM is the best way to game, and once you reach a reasonable level of comfort and relaxation in the field, you can execute it with no problem. 

Were you able to see Alex's hotseat? 
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Davis Jascha

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Join Date: 09/10/2013 | Posts: 221

Jep, I went to the hotseat as well. I will probably write a piece about it, too.

Maybe there is a little bit of rationalization going on, but basically I think that the weekend provided me with the best from both worlds: Ozzie is a superb coach and his way of teaching bootcamp definitely has its place in personal development. Watching Alex execute game on the other hand simplys showes how easy the entire process of meeting girls is. To be honest, in the beginning of the Ozzie Bootcamp (first night) I was wondering whether the entire thing would be of value to me, since the approaches I did where not too hard to do and I would have done them on my own time if I saw any value in doing them (which I did not really).

However now, after the Bootcamp I feel that it was very cool, not "crazy deep identity level change", but another building block for my personality. Then again, I have been in the game for 4 years and there are only so many things one can challenge himself with in a social environment.
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Rick Morris

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Join Date: 06/18/2012 | Posts: 10

 This just makes me want to take a bootcamp. Sounds awesome.
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NBT1836

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Join Date: 01/03/2016 | Posts: 104

Good job man!
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