Other - Written by Entropy on Monday, March 30, 2009 16:29 - 5 Comments

A-B-C, Always Be Closing

Just got back in town. I happened to see the classic movie, “Glengarry Glen Ross” some time last week. And for those of you who knew me about two years ago, I was constantly shouting at guys, “A-B-C, ALWAYS BE CLOSING!” It was kind of like my mantra back in 2007.

Anyway, here’s the classic clip for any of you who haven’t seen it. And for anyone who hasn’t seen the movie, check it out for awesome acting, dialogue and examples of dominance/frame battles.

I’ll be back with content tomorrow.

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Mar 30, 2009 21:06

Whats the difference between that and blow me or blow me out?

Mar 30, 2009 21:07

blow me or blow me out

Mar 31, 2009 3:37

Similar concepts.

I used to say it because guys I went out with would sit around in sets for 45 minutes and not even get a phone number.

“Blow me or blow me out” is more of a pre-screening thing. BradP says he goes super aggressive because it screens for which girls are going to be sexually available.

This doesn’t necessarily mean that, it just means to always be escalating, always be pushing the interaction, always be getting numbers, trying for makeouts, opening more sets, etc.

Mar 31, 2009 9:12

Ha. So relevant. It takes brass balls to be a pick up

Apr 1, 2009 13:34

I’m not sure how directly relevant to PU it is, but I love the scene where Al Pacino slowly sells Jonathon Pryce on a huge deal.

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