The most motivating part of 30 bangs was to see the evolution of Roosh's game as he branches out and bangs a greater and greater variety of women. Though I'm not sure if the bangs are all numbered in chronological order, you almost see, using Roosh as an example, how your game will evolve the more approaches you conduct. That in and of itself is motivation to approach, aside obviously from the idea that you can bang such a variety of women starting from scratch like him. Although the book is short, I feel the omission of many details from each story was an important message to the reader. The book would have become repetitive if Roosh detailed every touch, conversational subject, and joke for every bang, since they are likely very similar. This should tell the reader that he/she should have a standardized game to run on all girls.