How to play DramaGuru – Advice For Newbies From a DramaGuru Player
DramaGuru is a verbal martial art. To learn, start with a white belt post and work your way up the ladder to black belt. Or choose any post, article or project that interests you. There’s always something new to learn. As you feel more confident, you can apply your DramaGuru verbal martial arts skills to situations happening to you.
The video below explains just enough to get the gist of the game. Have a listen, then delve in and read some posts. Gotta get that game plan together. And yes, you’ll be ready for the next time — when someone delivers a verbal zinger that takes you off your feet…and makes you sing the blues.
A guy explains how to play DramaGuru using the “start anywhere, just pick a post or an article and start reading”. He explains why he likes DramaGuru and why he’s hooked on playing it. Plus, the two most effective cornerman-styles you need to interrupt the pattern and change the game. That’s mixed martial arts for your mouth.
Discipline Builds Confidence. Practice, Drill, Repeat
But, be cautious with your verbal responses. Keep calm and mind your manners.
Go to neutral, first, before making any moves or taking action on new things you discover.
In the beginning, you’re just exploring. Once you have more evidence, you can make your move.
Remember that you’re doing the same thing everyone else is doing. You fight with the same verbal weapons, the same positions, attacks and transitions that other people use.
Fighting is just like dancing. Except dancers want to stay in step with each other. Fighters are looking for an opportunity to make you miss a step.
No one is innocent in the game of DramaGuru
Stop attacking people and go to neutral instead.
Watch, listen and learn.
In neutral, with a clear head and calm emotions, consider your next move.
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