Women are sick to death of boring guys.
They want to meet guys who have the ability to captivate their attention and create excitement in their lives.
In my coaching experience, one of the biggest mistakes I see guys making is playing it too safe once they get into an interaction. If you play it safe, to increase your chances of success, ironically you have a higher chance of failing.
I just want to make sure that you don’t lose the girl during the interaction.
So you’ve approached a cute girl, either at a bar or even during the day. She seems engaged at first but after a while she politely excuses herself and leaves.
You thought it was going smoothly but despite her clear signals that it was not. When you’re connecting on a deep level with a girl, you feel like you’re in a vacuum together. You could be anywhere in the world and you would still be deep engaged and unperturbed by distractions. Don’t be one of the guys making the crucial error of ‘being boring’.
What’s the Quick Fix? Want to learn how to get a girl interested in you?
USE ASSUMPTIONS. You can use them straight away to open the interaction, or you can throw them in on a first date. I pepper them through my interactions as they tend to really spike women’s curiosity. This is because you’re communicating in the right way with a woman, you’re communicating directly to the core of what you think of her.
We all know that when it comes to what people think of you, you’re all ears.
Some tame example criterion for assumptions:
- What she does for a living
- What she likes doing for fun
- Where she’s from
- etc etc
BONUS: Create deep emotional EXCITEMENT
If you make the assumption more outrageous or in a more RISQUE topic. This will want to make her emotionally invest in you more and more. Try to keep your assumptions as true as possible though. You don’t want to be THAT GUY incoherent bullshit.
EXTRA BONUS: You can use assumptions as conversation starters with girls too
GO out and TAKE ACTION. Let me know how this works out for you in the comments.
Until next time,
Written by Michael Valmont