Hey guys, Shogo here and first off… happy 11/11/11! Now it’s been a while since I wrote anything about bars and clubs. To be honest, it’s been a while since I’ve been out to any clubs. But I’m going to be out on the town this weekend with some friends, so I figured I’ll put [...]
It is Friday. Let’s talk about what it would be like to have a Fearless Friday. Let’s talk about the fears and excuses that a lot of you have creeping into your mind as the night wears on. A lot of you are probably in front of your computer or on your phone right now, texting, e-mailing, you are at different stages of planning out what you’re going to be doing tonight. You’ve waited all week for Friday night. This is going to be the night that…
Bars. Obviously not the most romantic of places to meet someone. But if it happens, it happens, right?
How often have you gone out and the only guys you talked to all night were either self-absorbed players, Mr. Socially Awkward, or a normal guy-who ruined it by having to get drunk to build up the nerve to come talk to you? Not to mention the creepy stalker guy who hovers around you and your friends for half the night.
Lets talk today about body language. When you talk to a woman do you think about what her body language is saying? Do you wonder what every hand gesture, eyebrow raise and arm cross means? If so, you are and have been wasting your time over thinking each and every conversation. Check out how to really understand what body language means in today’s video.
People have such warped images of what people should look like.
Let’s talk about women’s body language and what turns men on. Women tend to be more submissive in society than men, which is fine. A lot of the time when men will talk to women, a woman might be interested but she’s also very nervous. So men will often not end up asking those women out due to what her body language is communicating.
As most of you know, I spent a few weeks in Europe back in October. That trip made me realize that traveling to a foreign country is something everyone needs to do. Of course there are amazing and beautiful things to see, but that is not the reason I am suggesting this. I think everyone needs to go to a foreign country to learn one of the most important skills to becoming a better communicator:
I’ve been ruined. Once again, I’ve been ruined. Every time I go to Europe and eat lots of small meals with fresh organic foods, I come back to America and the processed foods in my favorite restaurants make me feel lousy. Last night, I went to one of my favorite sushi restaurants, and now I am going to be…