Quick Definition: On-going coaching that lasts somewhere between one and six months, where the instructor offers support and a coaching system for the student to improve his pickup skills over time.
Long term coaching is a new form of training to the seduction market. An example of the benefits of long term coaching can be found here, from DJ Fuji’s website. This type of coaching is different than a residential program or bootcamp training:
I believe the next generation of results-oriented-training lies in personalized, continual, long-term training. I say personalized because it’s easy to start a hugely scalable program where you come up with 52 assignments, put them on a calendar, and have each student do 1 assignment per week and then post in your forums and maybe get some help via email once in a while. In fact, you can teach 500 or more students in this manner with minimal work on your part. It’s a great business plan and is extremely scalable.
The problem, of course, is that it’s not effective. Not every student needs that weekly assignment on that particular week. Some students might not need that assignment at all. Some may need more advanced or more basic assignments. The one-size-fits-all approach is inherently flawed because human beings are incredibly complex and pounding the square peg into the proverbial round hole gets mixed results, to say the least.
If that approach worked, there would be no personal trainers at the gym. There would be no such things as tutors, coaches, instructors, teachers, or anyone else because we would all learn things from books and DVDs and be fine.
At the same time, I realize that not everyone has the financial resources necessary to take continual private training in order to further their development. This is what prompted me to begin doing this program. By breaking up the learning process into bite-sized bits that you can learn over time and not charging people $3000 for a single weekend, you can maximize absorption and allow students to put everything they learn into practice in a step-by-step fashion.
I think you could use long term coaching to strengthen your discipline over time.
Source: DJ Fuji