One of the hallmarks of Mystery Method is the idea of analyzing in field pick up.
Let me explain…
Before Mystery began researching, practicing and instructing others on becoming a pick up artist, most of the training on the subject was theory.
Guys like Ross Jeffries and folks who taught about how to pick up were using Neuro Linguistic Programming and pioneering a lot of the same techniques.
And even after Mystery, guys like David DeAngelo (Eben Pagan) and Neil Strauss, Mystery’s student, would do the same.
But something really special about Mystery Method that was new was Mystery’s focus on field testing.
Here’s the scoop:
When Mystery and I were first starting to work together we had a dinner with Neil Strauss where a guy named Cliff from Cliff’s List also attended.
Cliff told me that in the early days of pick up training nobody was talking about actual field testing.
In fact Cliff told me that Mystery would issue challenges to other guys on the pick up forums like fastseduction to come out with him and prove that their theories actually worked.
Cliff said that he was one of the first people to take up the gauntlet that Mystery threw down and actually go in field with.
He said that almost invariably when folks would go out with Mystery that the result was the same, that they would see Mystery’s ideas worked in application, and not just in theory.
That was one of the reasons that Mystery and I put together training based not just on great ideas, but also on actual hidden camera video of Mystery going in field and doing cold approach pick up.
The result is a sort of accelerated training, almost like the way the Neo learned skills by directly jacking his his mind into a special training machine.
Here’s a video that Mystery and I recorded together where he analyzes a hidden camera video clip of him in field, and explains exactly what he was doing and why:
The thing that’s so valuable about this kind of training is because learning happens in application both physically and visually.
In fact it turns out that NFL players who are paid millions of dollars per year are instructed by their coaches, who are also paid millions each year, to spend as much as 50% or more of their practice time watching video of themselves and of their opponents!
That’s because watching actual video is one of the best ways for the human mind to assimilate new information and put it into practice.
Because of that we assembled a massive library of training videos, not just interviews but also step-by-step demonstration videos and hours of hidden camera video with Mystery, and with many of our students.
It’s all happening,