I read a ton of advice that says, “Never contact women on Facebook!” It’s creepy, they say. It’s needy, they say. It never works, they say. I met my boyfriend on Facebook and we’ve been a happy couple ever since. So, clearly, it does work. You just have to know how. This is your guide on how to start conversations with women on Facebook without looking like a creep.
In our culture, we have a fucked up idea of what confidence is about.
Confidence is the holy grail of self-improvement. Everyone wants it. Yet, no one really knows what it is exactly, or how to get it.
When I was a kid, I somehow picked up on the fact that making girls laugh was attractive to them. So I did what every elementary school kid would have done; I tried to make all the cute girls laugh as often as possible.
Everyone wants to read about how to develop great social skills. But what good are the best tips and techniques if they are being destroyed by negative behavior that makes you come across like a douchebag? Worry no more. Here is a list of behaviors that you should avoid at all costs if you want to be seen as socially skilled.
Every girl dreams of finding her prince in shining armor. We don’t grow up wanting to be with bad violent guys. No one wants to commit to someone who is lying, cheating, fighting, running, hiding. What makes bad boys so attractive is not their bad behavior. But what makes them so sexy? Here are 8 bad ass traits that you can adopt to boost your attractiveness.
There is one technique to change behavior that you already use but probably don’t take full advantage of. I call it Awareness, Attention & Conscious Change. You can use it to change pretty much everything that you don’t like about yourself. It costs nothing and is proven to work. Come check it out.
“Julian, you sound like a fucking robot.” His words hit me like a freight train. “Every time you talk on the phone, your voice sounds monotonous, and cold, and basically just really boring.” Shocked, all I could reply was, “Thanks, I guess.”
I recently got a message from a reader, asking me how to stop thinking that everyone is constantly looking at him. Fortunately, I had the exact same problem a while ago and was able to fix it.
Vulnerability is the key to bonding with others. Just look at every single movie with well-written dialogues. Screenwriters are experts in coming up with conversations that don’t bore. And their number one tool for keeping conversations interesting is vulnerability.