For all INTJs, or even non-INTJ redpillers who get bored with banal conversation: How do you do it? How do you converse with the average women without wanting to pound nails into your eyes and chew ground glass?
Do you switch to average woman game? Or do you just boost your SMV so high that the time from meet to close is so short you don't have to endure the mental anguish?
Or do you just seek out the purple squirrels? If you only hunt purple squirrels, where do you hunt them?
Even when I get IOIs from 7s and 8s, I start talking to them and get bored. Then I just eject without even wanting to close.
All viewpoints and suggestions are welcome.
This is fabulous! Your responses have been fantastic. This is what I've leaned so far:
Amused Mastery - The amused part is just as important as the mastery part. I should be engaging women for my amusement, not from the "I'm going to make you love me, dammit!" perspective.
Abundance - Yes even when I have zero plates, I need to maintain the concept of abundance. This will prevent me from being outcome dependent.
IOIs - Watch their actions with respect to physical space. Be wary of women trying to pull me into their emotional space without giving me any physical space.
Pacing - Most women won't get into deep conversations within days or even weeks of knowing someone. Don't expect too much too soon.
Covert communications - Context over content. Women are sizing me up by all the nonverbal cues I'm giving off.
Enjoyment - if both sides aren't enjoying the conversation, eject.
Relax. Slow down. Make it all about me. Entertain myself with the conversation.
Quality over quantity.
Use analogy questions to stimulate an intimate conversation.
Refine my hunting grounds. Bookstore, library, writing circles, etc.
Pay less attention to the actual content of the conversation and focus more on the nonverbal. Keep it light and fun.
Watch the nonverbal IOIs. Make sure that they are physical IOIs and not emotional.
Be wary of overthinking things. Consider making a bold move to see if they are nervous or shy.