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Monday, October 6, 2014
1) Be Real
Pretending to be something you’re not is a great way to repel women. Being real means you’re vulnerable and exposing your self, showing who you really are. Many men don’t want to do this because if they get rejected, they won’t have a scapegoat to dull the emotional blow to their ego.
2) Speak To Be Heard
As a man, you want to be heard, so speak up. One of the creepiest things is when a man talks to a woman and automatically lowers his voice in submission, exposing his lack of confidence.
Speak up; only creepers whisper. Use your lungs properly so you don’t sound like you’re going through puberty.
3) Show Interest In Her
Don’t talk about yourself; talk about her. It’s a simple concept, but so many guys still ask, “What do I talk about?”
Show interest in her, and your conversation topic will be taken care of. You will learn about your prospective girlfriend, and she will appreciate your interest.
4) Learn How To Speak Like A Gentleman
A gentleman speaks in an educated vocabulary and tone of voice. His words flow and his voice is soothing, deep and relaxed.
You don’t need to go to Harvard; you just need to read books and practice speaking slowly.
5) Learn To Be A Man
This means not running away from challenges, and facing your fears. How you really feel about yourself will come out in your personality and behaviors.
Take on your greatest fears to build yourself into a confident man. It’s easier to appear confident when you actually are.
6) Approach, Like a Gentleman
No one likes a sleazy pick-up line; when you go talk to women, do so as a gentleman. Be upfront, direct and tactful. A gentleman doesn’t use some technique or line just because he read a cheesy book that told him it works.
This is where your foundation as a man will form. If you’re a lying, deceitful, social wreck, then you need to work on yourself first. Create a blueprint for your life based on who you really want to be and stick to it. Values don’t count if they’re just an afterthought.