October 07, 2016


My Super Conference Experience (By Tanner)

The Platinum Lounge at the Love Systems Super Conference

Tanner was one of the attendees at this year's Super Conference. We asked him to share his experience as a first-time attendee to Super Conference 2016.

When I stepped off Air Canada flight 1878 with service to Las Vegas, I was nervous as hell. I had waited for this weekend for the last six months but now it was finally here, and I had no idea what to expect.

Actually, that’s a lie. I was expecting to be greeted by a bunch of dudes wearing top hats, platform boots, and painted nails. I figured we would spend the next three days learning routines and gimmicks that would help get us laid. Wrong. I couldn’t have been more wrong.

I cabbed to the hotel, checked in, dropped off my bag, and finally worked up the courage to ask reception where the Love Systems Conference was. A lady in her sixties (maybe seventies?) told me, and when I found the conference room, a friendly receptionist named Sarah greeted me. Sarah signed me in and introduced me to instructors Derek Cajun and Chris Shepherd. These are shockingly normal dudes. No top hats, no nail polish, and no bullshit.

After brief introductions, we moved to the main room for Cajun’s keynote speech. This set the tone for the conference and kicked off the weekend. He went over what to expect for the next three days (expect the unexpected), and gave a valuable piece of advice that stuck with me. Cajun said that no matter how good or bad you are with women you can always improve, even if it’s just a little bit.

This is where my self-discovery started.

The next three afternoons were an onslaught of information. Between the main conference and breakout rooms we covered Game specific topics like daytime approaches, nightclub approaches, logistics and Tinder. But we also covered topics that cross into our every day lives: charisma, masculinity, body language, fitness and lifestyle.

 Three days packed with seminars and breakout room drills left me feeling like we covered more content over the course of a weekend than the five years of my undergrad degree. It was a lot to take in. Luckily we had a chance to let loose once the clock struck seven every night.

On any day of the week the biggest DJs in the world are playing in Vegas, and we were lucky enough to be there for Calvin Harris at Hakkasan nightclub on Thursday, and Skrillex at XS on Friday. On Saturday, Connor McGregor and Nate Diaz squared off at T-Mobile arena for their long-awaited rematch.

I can’t think of a better city to party in than Las Vegas. The nightlife is amazing, and it’s non-stop. What better environment to test out the tools that we were learning?

 But eventually the party ends. After three days of seminars, drills and deep self-reflection I realized that more than anything, I was getting to know myself. I learned more about my strengths and limitations in three days with a bunch of strangers than I had in the last 25 years.

  People come to Super Conference from all walks of life. There’s such a variety of dating, cultural, and professional backgrounds that I couldn’t even begin to describe the diversity in the room. But the thing is that all of us who attended, have one thing in common, everyone in the room wants to better themselves. This isn’t just about Game, or pickup or meeting chicks, it’s about becoming the best version of ourselves, and when we start to do that, we start attracting the women we deserve in our lives.

I came to Las Vegas expecting to walk into the conference, learn a few routines use them to get laid then walk out be done with it. But that’s not how it works. Instead, we learned how to improve the core aspects of our lives and live everyday with passion and enthusiasm. Improving our lives as a whole gives us the opportunity to become the person we want to become, and thus meet the women we want to meet. The daytime approaches, the Tinder game, the logistics, all of that comes naturally when we are working to become the best version of ourselves.

This isn’t a quick and easy fix, but it is something that will stick long after the weekend is over.

Were you at Super Conference? Leave a comment and let us know about your experience.

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