The topic that I have never talked about on camera! - ADVERSITY
Most of the guys out there want to improve in every area of their life, and it doesn't matter which one you pick, sooner or later you will have to face some kind of obstacles. Those moments generate fear, this is where the adversity is created. In my new video, I'm talking about why facing those situations is important, the great advantages of pushing yourself to the limit and how to get through the adversity.
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What is your identity? Yeah, I know, you want to get better in game, you want to improve your life, but is it completely true? To some extent. I mean what is your real identity embedded deep in your subconscious mind, which you might be surprised, could be much different than the one you identify yourself with. Here is one of my videos that will help you understand what I mean:
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The weather here is rough at this time of the year, and it may look like this is not the best time to amp up your game, but you couldn’t be more wrong. The harder it gets the faster you learn, and boy when the summer comes it’s going to be easy to game.
And, of course this is the topic of my next video that I shoot while debriefing my bootcamp students.
I think those debriefs contain massive value and it would be useful to share it with you.
Although my feedback refers to my bootcamp students, it may serve you well with your own sticking points, as I know most of the guys I teach have similar problems.
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If you follow my advice about game you probably know that I like to make my programs really difficult, perhaps most difficult bootcamp programs there are. I run them in the busiest, craziest nightclubs I can find, and one of priorities is to teach my students how to approach sets on the dance floor. Here is one of my older videos that may help you with that:
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(Taking new interns company wide. If you are from London this is your chance to join the Ozzie Team. I am looking for 1 guy to help me with social media development(whatever that means), and also for filming infield and editing. Be aviallable at weekends mostly friday and saturday (twice a month). In exchange you get to participate in Bootcamps and all kinds of free stuff. Let me know at email@example.com. Only send me information about you that is relevant to the job, part of it you will be trained by me anyways.)