Cold-approach has always been one of those, kinda mythological, mysterious things for me.. It gives you so much fucking power over your sex-life as you take it entirely into your own hands instead of relying on 'fate' and 'luck'. After returning from my placement, I'm now only a 50 minute commute from my nearest city center, meaning there's no reason I cannot practise this skill. I feel I've built up a few areas of my life, but women is by fay my weakest area. There's this huge anxiety gap I have between what I want and what I have. I find myself dwelling on girls so much throughout each day, and it actually distracts me a lot from doing other things. I need to face the reality and see that this shit is possible, as I feel it will reduce my anxiety throughout life. Anyways, rather than babbling on about this shit that you already know, I'd like to form a goal relating to women and, in particular, cold-approaching in the daytime... It seems logical to copy @Tom 's goal and aim for X amount of cold approaches per week, with the goal of getting a date. Something like 5 cold approaches per week? I want to set some boundaries so I'm not constantly pressuring myself and feeling like an anxious wreck every time I leave the door: - The gym is for working out. Don't approach unless you're getting strong IOIs. - When you're going out, ensure you have an intention that isn't just to cold-approach. I like @James 's idea of assigning X amount of time at the beginning to daygame. - Only approach single sets. I don't believe I have the confidence at the moment to open sets where there's two girls or whatever, so discounting these and focusing on single-sets should help me reach my goal. I think this is fair considering I already find it very intimidating opening any girl. Perhaps I should also aim for one compliment per interaction? I appreciate this may be looked down on as it's essentially pedestalizing her a little, however I struggle in communicating any sexual interest. I think this is due to still having some shame in my sexuality, so this could be worth considering to help me get more comfortable with my sexuality?