Jack O'Connell was not the most popular guy in high school. After failing miserably at fitting in with his peers, Jack made a promise to himself as he entered college-to become better at meeting girls. Surviving the College Game details Jack's personal journey from battling low self-esteem to achieving successful social interactions with female students.As Jack shares the lessons and realizations he discovered while on the long road to gaining confidence, he chronicles how he eventually learned to implement a system that allowed him to take chances, look girls in the eye, enjoy a fun and entertaining conversation, build curiosity, dance with the best of them, and become true to himself in the process. Through his openly honest and revealing anecdotes, Jack shares both his social successes and failures during his first two years in college.From initiating his first real pick-up of a brown-eyed girl to making out with multiple girls in one night to transitioning from the friend zone into something more, Jack's experiences will be relatable to any young male ready to change his life into an amazing and fun journey.
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June 30, 2010
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