So where does storytelling fit into our overall plan with women of open -> attract -> logistics -> comfort?
The easiest way to think about storytelling is that you should tell a story when you run out of things to say. When you think to yourself “Uh oh, I don’t know what to say right now…” then that’s the time to jump right your story (or one of your stories) by asking your hook question (which we’ll talk about in the next lesson).
You can literally use your story at any point in the interaction you have, and as you get better and better with formulating stories it’s my hope that you can start coming up with stories “on the fly” like I do. They’re a great way to communicate ideas about who you are, what you expect in your relationships, and how you’ll act when a girl does X thing or acts in a certain way that you might want to prevent from happening.
Again, I want to stress that you can use a story anytime you feel like telling one or when you run out of things to say. Simple as that.