He seemed to take it pretty hard though, I dunno if he was pissed because he disagrees, or if he just realized that it’s exactly what he does and makes him seem like a bit of an ass. I imagine it might be a bit of both. I’ve had moments like this myself as well, and man are they painful.

Mark June 2, 2011 at 12:53 am · Reply Yeah, the delayed lessons hurt. I’m still getting hit with them even all of these years later. Something will happen to me which will put an experience from like 2 years ago in perspective and I’ll feel like an idiot for going so long not knowing.

Dan June 2, 2011 at 3:43 am · Reply Everyone has their share of delayed lessons. Nobody likes them, and I’ve had many, mainly because I didn’t want to acknowledge them at the time.

Nobody likes to make mistakes or have problems, but most people are okay with “feedback” and “rising to challenges.” I think the way we use language is vital in how we interpret our reality.

Kevin June 2, 2011 at 4:57 am · Reply A few ones I’ve experienced myself. I’ve seen them mentioned in other sources too:

The false dime-a-dozen epiphany: This feels like a magical life-changing break through, but it’s really only a cheap, fake high that lasts a day or two, if that. It’s pretty easy to come up with them if you over analyze your issues too much and are secretly hoping you can magically quick fix all your problems with some new insight.

“Wax On, Wax Off”: This is when you focus on something a bit tangential, but still related to doing better with women. Then when you try talking to girls again you find it’s suddenly easier. Like a guy may work on his lifestyle and get more to talk about, or learn to lighten up and joke around with his buddies more.

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