Meeting Women In Bars & Clubs And Other Pubic Places
Learn How To Go Out Anywhere Anytime And Meet As Many Beautiful Women And Get As Many Dates As You Want
I’m going to reveal some simple secrets here, and if you learn them, you’ll be able to confidently go to a bar or club, approach the most attractive women, and walk out with more phone numbers and dates than you can handle. But first, let me describe 3 scenarios to see if you can identify with any of them:
You’re out having a drink, and notice an attractive woman. You make eye contact, and feel like you “have a chance” with her. But you don’t know how to start the conversation. By the time you figure out what to say and work up the courage to talk to her, she’s gone. Or talking to a different guy. Imagine if you had a “lock and load” system to start a conversation, create some “chemistry,” every time?
You know a guy. He might be a friend… or a friend of a friend. He’s not rich, not handsome, not even particularly smart, but he makes up for all with his ability to meet women. Every time you’ve been out with him at a bar or club, he ALWAYS meets a girl. Somehow he just UNDERSTANDS the bar and club environment… and how to meet women when he’s there. Wouldn’t it be great to know what he’s doing, and be able to do it yourself?
You probably know this: Attractive women who obviously have NO problem getting attention from men carry themselves in a way that says, “I am a powerful sexy woman, and this sexy face and body can get me anything I want.” You know that they can have any guy they want. You know that every guy is looking at them and drooling. But you also know that she’s just a woman. And you know that if you only knew HOW to do it, you could get her attention and connect with her. What would it be worth to you to know how to break through her beauty power barrier, start a conversation, and get a date with her?
Now, as you were reading those scenarios you might have been wondering how I could describe situations you’ve been in so perfectly. The answer, of course, is that I’ve lived those situations over and over and over…