I’m sure other dating experts / PUA gurus will have definitions for these three terms that may look different from mine, and that’s fine.
I’m just here to tell you what these three terms mean to me when I happen to use them in my writings.
You are a beginner if some of the following conditions describe you: devoting at least three evenings a week, every week, to getting better at your chosen system (night game, daygame, or online dating).
If you have no idea where to start, read this article right now.
This is particularly true if you’re encountering the same problems over and over again.
The challenge is either with what you’re doing, the type of women you’re approaching, or both.
The entire goal was to walk into a club and make out with a girl. PUA’s on the PUA forums would harp on this constantly.
You are an intermediate if some of the following conditions describe you: .Below are these three levels of mastery and what they mean, at least to me.To be clear, what constitutes these three levels is strictly my opinion.I already had a lot of confidence back then and at least an average level of game, so I made out with (or just kissed on the lips) something like 25 women on first dates in a row. I don’t remember what they were exactly, but they were bad. My lay ratios tripled in less than two months (I think that’s the number; it was a long time ago now).I got a lot of makeouts, but I wasn’t getting laid. It was also during this time that I found some women would have an extreme amount of ASD on the second date when I tried to have sex with them, even though they were clearly attracted to me.