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    • Seven Lessons in Personal Marketing I Learned From Pickup Artists Alan Stevens
    • nerdhiveindustries.com
    • Contact Me Slides: speakerdeck.com/alanstevens Email/IM: alanstevens@gmail.com Website: halanstevens.com Twitter: @alanstevens
    • http://bit.ly/euAAJD The seduction community is an ad-hoc collection of men that try to trick women into having sexual intercourse with them. Merlin Mann
    • Men are just ugly women you don’t want to sleep with. Mystery
    • All sales is nothing more than making friends. Shane Pearlman
    • Who are these Pickup Artists?
    • mysterypua.net Mystery
    • doubleyourdating.com David DeAngelo (Eben Pagan)
    • myspace.com/neilstrauss Neil Strauss
    • rsdnation.com Tyler Durden
    • artofattraction.com Lance Mason
    • 1. It’s OK to talk to strangers 2.Lean Back 3.Prepare your mental frame 4.Provide Value 5.Talk to groups 6.Get warmed up 7.Have a plan
    • 1. It’s OK to talk to strangers 2.Lean Back 3.Prepare your mental frame 4.Provide Value 5.Talk to groups 6.Get warmed up 7.Have a plan
    • Nature has not designed you for the world in which you now live. Mystery
    • Beware of Your Lizard Brain http://www.flickr.com/photos/aknock/4511438903/
    • Karl Rohnke’s CSP Model Comfort Zone Stretch Zone Panic Zone
    • Mystery Confidence is not the goal. Competence is.
    • We miss 100% of the shots we don’t take. Wayne Gretsky
    • They can’t eat you. Bob Parsons http://www.flickr.com/photos/darwinbell/536974319/
    • 1. It’s OK to talk to strangers 2.Lean Back 3.Prepare your mental frame 4.Provide Value 5.Talk to groups 6.Get warmed up 7.Have a plan
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/my-misc-pics/5157196374/
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/icandyartstudio/800171450/
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/sfllaw/639442917/
    • Your primary goal must be your own enjoyment. Jeanne Martinet
    • 1. It’s OK to talk to strangers 2.Lean Back 3.Prepare your mental frame 4.Provide Value 5.Talk to groups 6.Get warmed up 7.Have a plan
    • Frames 13 year olds Bette Davis Kid Sister Underwear The Host http://www.flickr.com/photos/trojanguy/3259035554/
    • OMG, an exercise!
    • flickr.com/photos/dougcoulter/3839242262 Are you chasing butterflies?
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/lordcuauhtli/2180205334/
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/90982314@N00/4693959409/
    • Your purpose in any mingling situation is to have fun. Jeanne Martinet
    • 1. It’s OK to talk to strangers 2.Lean Back 3.Prepare your mental frame 4.Provide Value 5.Talk to groups 6.Get warmed up 7.Have a plan
    • Give people insight into themselves
    • Enter a set at the same or slightly higher energy as the people in the group. Neil Strauss
    • Reach people at an emotional level
    • Seek rapport not approval
    • rap·port /raˈpôr/ Noun: A close and harmonious relationship in which the people or groups concerned understand each other's feelings or ideas and communicate well.
    • 1. It’s OK to talk to strangers 2.Lean Back 3.Prepare your mental frame 4.Provide Value 5.Talk to groups 6.Get warmed up 7.Have a plan
    • Talking is the only means you have of conveying your personality
    • Speak slowly, with pauses and enthusiasm
    • Consider Joining Toastmasters www.toastmasters.org
    • 1. It’s OK to talk to strangers 2.Lean Back 3.Prepare your mental frame 4.Provide Value 5.Talk to groups 6.Get warmed up 7.Have a plan
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/avlxyz/2435646997/
    • Practice your mingling on the socially challenged. Jeanne Martinet
    • Get into a talkative mood and practice talking to everyone. Mystery
    • 1. It’s OK to talk to strangers 2.Lean Back 3.Prepare your mental frame 4.Provide Value 5.Talk to groups 6.Get warmed up 7.Have a plan
    • I. Avatar II. Story
    • Be yourself but be your best self. Style
    • http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Peacock_Milwaukee_County_Zoo.jpg
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/betsyweber/5355040879/in/set-72157625823025718
    • Story Topics • Did something fun with a girl • Did something you weren’t supposed to and got away with it • Had something funny/scary/exciting happen on a trip • Took charge of a situation • Stood up to someone for someone else • Organized something exciting • Had someone’s back • Got out of an awkward situation • Did something nice for someone • Did something spontaneous • Accomplished something you are proud of • Saw something funny/scary/exciting Source: venusianarts.com
    • doubleyoursalesnow.com
    • WARNING
    • Source: Pragmatic Thinking and Learning Dreyfus Model of Skills Acquisition
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/hubmedia/2141860216/
    • Resources
    • Game On www.gameondvd.com
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/sred/433674856/
    • The “N” Word
    • Networking is doing favors for other people Merlin Mann
    • Thanks For Listening! Slides: speakerdeck.com/alanstevens Email/IM: alanstevens@gmail.com Website: halanstevens.com Twitter: @alanstevens