Once you know what to do for the Bootcamp, you need goals that you have to meet. In the beginning, the goals will be small, and you can build these up as you get more comfortable approaching people.
The basic goals for Bootcamp are thus:
Goal #1: Perform 3 warm-up approaches
Goal #2: Perform at least 3 more approaches after the warm-ups
Goal #3: Practice Bootcamp at least 3 days a week
The first goal is there because for some reason, it takes about 3 approaches before you begin to get comfortable with the prospect of approaching strangers and talking to them.
Three seems to be the magic number, but once you knock out those first three approaches, you'll begin to loosen up and be able to take your approaches further.
The second goal is to start building your competence.
The more approaches you can do after the prerequisite warm-up ones, the more experience you'll get and the more comfortable you'll become.
At the very least, you must do 3 approaches in addition to the 3 warm up approaches, for a total of 6 approaches per outing. Obviously, the more approaches you can do, the better, but you must force yourself to do at least 6.
The final goal is to establish a consistent means of practice.
Just like when you work out at the gym, its recommended you do so 3 times a week. The same goes for practicing your social interactions.
A minimum of 3 days a week, 6 approaches a day, will establish the foundation you need to build successful interactions with women.
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