So, let’s review some of these exceptions to the "don’t play the long game" rule, and respective examples.If these examples seem unlikely, unrealistic, or downright absurd, that’s because playing the long game is never a good idea 99% of the time.It's a little hard to remember now that he's entrenched on the A-list, but for most of his career he was a solid leading man, though rarely much more. To date, at least according to Google Analytics nearly 15,000,000 people have visited this blog. To that end, I wanted to share only one thing I’ve learned, and it started with my job at What I mean is, to be clear: I’ve been offered a lot of shortcuts along the way. and that that was realistically the best thing I could TRY to do… 10,000 hours still applies no matter what anyone sells you on in my opinion, for what’s that worth. ALWAYS CHOOSE THE DIFFICULT PATH – the “LONG GAME.” Even if you don’t, truly know why…
It seems that the dating world is full of guys being overly cool and girls being uncommonly cold.
In an earlier article I discussed why you should (almost) never play the long game, and why I thought the long game was a bad idea.
But there’s a reason why I prefaced it with an "almost." There are some exceptional situations where I would consider pursuing the long game a valid strategy.
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Like John Travolta’s character Danny Zuko in Grease, the men of today (and yesteryear) all labour through the trials of dating under the misguided notion that “playing it cool” gets the girl. Well, if the dating game today is anything to go by, then apparently we do.