In the Daygame Blueprint this is lots of subtle qualification. We call it flipping the script
- getting her to do the work. It's not as blatant as in night game (e.g. "tell me three interesting things about yourself?") but it's a core principle of daygame. In my opinion, apart from leading, it's the most
important in fact. The person talking is the person investing.
Examples of qualification:* making cheeky, teasing statements forcing her to invest (e.g. "I imagine Austria to be boring")
* breaking rapport by disagreeing when in conversation (a Yad speciality!)
* as soon as she's hooked, flipping the script by getting her to work....speaking less, poker face, crossing arms, not entertaining
* asking qualifying questions (How tall are you? Are you fun? etc)
Yad's known for heavy qualification. Watch his famous kiss-close video when he slams the girl for not knowing a famous Russian story about her name, or watch him make fun of Spanish girls for their shit English on the "Summer of Daygame" ones.
Watch my new infield on Youtube to see me do it with the Russian model. I make fun of her jogging, I provoke her with a Russian word that means "sickly sweet", I get her to qualify about why Russians marry young and divorce, I call her a chess player, I get her to do the talking.
Qualification in the day has to be almost unidentifiable, and increased over time slowly but surely as the set carries on
. I'll write a blog post on this as I think it's so important.
Hope that helps,