Approaching a woman can be extremely difficult. Most men at some point in their life have felt the almost paralyzing nervousness & self-doubt when approaching a woman that they don’t know.
Every woman is different in regard to their tastes in men. Because of this, you have to know what works best in general—and you’ll have to make the right moves and move quickly.
I have listed a few valuable ideas that will help get you more comfortable when approaching a woman for the first time.
Know the Difference between a Girl and a Woman
Knowing what a real woman wants compared to a girl is a must. You must always remember that there is a fine line that separates a girl from a woman. It might be on the looks, the style and even at the way you talk. Knowing that kind of information is a big plus.
Unfortunately, the magnetic body language required to communicate your desire and arouse desire in your woman of interest doesn’t come simply—It is its own an art form and like anything else worth doing, mastering body language requires dedication and hard work. The Art of Charm offers practical advice and often over-looked details that further expand upon how your ‘body talk’ has a huge effect on the success of your approach.
Art of Conversation
Let’s say you have successfully approached a woman and you’re able to strike a conversation. What’s next? A myriad of things can happen, but don’t expect the woman to take the lead! Remember, you are trying to win her attention and interest. Always be the conversation starter and opener but be careful don’t overdo it. Talk about simple things and make sure to keep the focus on her. The intention is to make her realize how much you want to get to know her better.
Just by reading the above dating tips, you’re one step closer to finding a spark between you and the next woman you approach. Now it’s time to get those tips to work. Read up, practice, and most importantly HAVE FUN! Enjoy and good luck!
Dating Man And Woman at Piazza del Popolo Image Credits: Ed Yourdon via Flickr. Image is shared under a Creative Commons license.