Dance, part of the mating ritual, is flirtatious by design. Dance is a place to practice and deploy provocative moves… It’s a place to get comfortable just making eye contact. There’s eye contact, body language, touch, rhythmic movement, a dance connection, collaboration and art. Does your partner take himself or herself too seriously?
A one-way conversation will never win you over the girl. We found out that 47% of the female dating experts say men who fail to hold eye contact is a BIG attraction killer. Hitting the number 1 spot was ‘Be fun and don’t focus on the outcome’. I often worry too much about number or kiss closing and forget to be present in the interaction. So figure out how you can be THAT GUY.” – Pierce Rainy, Pickup Artist As you can see, the advice from the Female Dating Experts and Pickup Artist’s is surprisingly similar!
So guys, if you start talking to a girl in a bar, try and imagine her to be the only person in the room. So guys, quit bragging and talking too much unless you want to bore a woman to death!
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Lets start by recapping what the female dating experts say are the top 3 biggest attraction killers: A special mention must go to the two above tied in 3rd place – bragging and talking too much. It was good to see ‘Be present in the moment’ hit the number 3 spot. Make a connection Interestingly, and I think you’ll agree, the Pickup Artists are pretty similar in their advice on how to talk to women as the Female Dating Experts are!
Whatever level of resistance you’re at, dance can help you crack that ceiling and move a little higher.
Social dancing is a well-scripted ritual of boy meets girl.
If you enjoy both dancing and talking with someone, make note: you may have a connection that goes beyond dance. It’s easy to misrepresent with words, but we have less control of our body language and behavior. It can help you become more confident, from the way you walk to the way you interact socially.
Watch your partner for clues that suggest personality traits. It can help you become more attuned to etiquette, which will make you more polite and aware of other people.
Watch for signs that he or she is having a good time, indicating a good connection. You can learn to be a better partner, maybe how to be more intimate. You’ll get more exercise, both physical and mental.
Some say dance is a metaphor for life: how you behave on the dance floor is said to be how you behave in real life. You’ll learn to move your body with more grace and with better posture; and a better posture may make you look a little younger, taller and thinner.
There’s a theory about great dancers having great genes; ergo, they make great mates.