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How I Became a Famous Pickup Artist : Part 2

This is a continuation of the story, How I Became a Famous Pickup Artist Part 1. If you haven't read that already, you should do so before reading this article.

Papa was notorious for being in contact with everyone in the pickup scene. I couldn't blame him, either - he was the business side of "Real Social Dynamics", a company that taught seminars and workshops to aspiring players. Not surprisingly, he was the only person at the seminar that I knew.

In order to extract every last precious second out of my experience, I had gotten on the earliest flight to Chicago that I could book. I called Papa when I arrived at the hotel at 10am. I could hardly make out his voice. He'd been out in the clubs until very late and was still sleeping.

My Entrepreneur First Application

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I'm through to the final round of Entrepreneur First. The next step is an interview in London with an investor and established entrepreneur - there's some big names on their list of interviewers, so I'm looking forward to an interesting experience even if I don't get through.

Pre-interview, we were asked to fill out a form summarising the main points of our business idea. The form was based on a conceptual framework for evaluating business ideas developed by John Mullins, and filling it out turned out to be quite beneficial, by helping me focus on the most important aspects of my idea. I've copied my answers below since I think they form a good summary of my (current) plans for world domination.

Basically, the framework makes a distinction between market and industry. Your market is your customers, your industry is your competitors. You then look at the two areas at both the macro and micro scales.

Your idea (please provide a short summary: what it is, what problem it solves):

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