Disclaimer No claims of absolute originality are made for this material. As one man said, "I milk a lot of cows, but I churn my own butter. I read again this week the wonderful story about Ed Kimball, a Sunday schoolteacher.
Are you ready to learn the communication strategies of confident men? Learn the Art of Conversation and Persuasion with Women -- or anyone! I need to tell you something important There's a hidden side to the game of attracting and approaching women that most gurus do not want to tell you about.
In this report, I'm going to expose some of the most important things you will ever learn about talking with women. And, even more important, you're going to learn how these rules help you when you're talking to men, women, anyone First of all, imagine this situation: There you are, standing at the bar with a woman you just met.
You've been chatting for about the last ten minutes, and you're finding her more and more interesting by the second. You'd love to ask her out, but after you got done talking about your vacation to Hawaii, and her job as a corporate headhunter, your conversation has been drying up Even worse - you feel the fear starting to burn in your stomach like a hot coal.
And before you know it, you're sitting in one of Holding a successful conversation long uncomfortable silences where she stares around the bar, and you're kicking yourself because you don't know what to say to keep it going Have you ever been in that situation? How about this one: You're at a party, talking to a group of people.
One guy tells the group a joke, and everyone is laughing hysterically. Then, you remember a funny story, and you jump in, hoping to ride the good energy along. Only when you get done with your story, you only get a polite chuckle from a few people, and then the subject changes to something else.
Then you start to feel like you missed something. And without knowing how it happened, you start to feel slightly embarrassed These situations happen all the time, but they don't need to.
All it takes is a little training and social awareness of how conversation and persuasion works, and you can take control of any communication. Here's a situation that guys experience - and every guy wants to avoid: You're out at happy hour with a mixed group of friends, and a male friend of one of them just happens to show up and join you.
This guy seems to have all the right things to say. He's got wit, style, and interesting stories that keep everyone listening to his every word.
After just a few minutes of hanging out with your group, he's got them eating from the palm of his hand. When he goes off to get a drink, you notice that a few of the women are still smiling, and as he turns his back, they look at each other, signaling something between them.
You're not sure what it is, but you have the sinking sensation that they're both attracted to him and interested in him Suddenly you feel pushed into "the forgotten zone," where no one seems to notice you the same way they did before If you've ever felt like conversations and social skills are more complicated than they appear on the surface, I'm here to tell you that you are absolutely right.
However, if you feel like you're at a disadvantage when you're talking with other people - your girlfriend, your family, your boss - ANYONE - then you need to know this, too: You can put an end to the frustration, and develop your social skill to massive levels of success - and I'm going to show you how in this article.
You can have conversations that are long, strong, and motivate people to like you and trust youThe Perfect Conversation: Win Any Girl with Words - Kindle edition by Nicholas Jack.
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