Q&A with Davis: Questions about Support Networks
Reader Submitted Questions
For goals that are difficult to find a network support, how do you keep yourself motivated and create a feed-back practice environment? For example, if I want to learn the art of picking up, I wouldn’t be able to tell the world about my intention. How and who can I practice it?
Remember that a support network also includes mentors. In your example of mastering the art of pick up, remember that Neil Strauss has Mystery, who served as Strauss’ mentor and the person who held him accountable for his progress. If you have a goal you can’t tell the world, you can usually find a mentor. If you can’t…you probably shouldn’t be doing it.