How important is body language in dating?

Your body language can ruin a date if you don’t know how to hold yourself when you meet a woman. I’m about to share some simple tips which I guarantee will change the way you feel, and the way other people feel about you. Why? Because body language is so important in dating, and every other aspect of your life.

So the first thing you must do when you meet your date is, think strong. What do I mean by that? I mean own who you are. Shoulders back, make sure your posture is good, and your head is up. Picture a little string coming up through your spine and out the top of your head pulling you up straight.

If you’re in a bar or restaurant sitting opposite a woman, again, make sure your posture is good. Lean in when she’s talking to you. If she’s leaning in, lean back at times as well. Keep your shoulders back and your head up. Make sure you keep eye contact, and at all times think strong.

If you slump over, or keep looking down at the floor you look weak. It looks sloppy, and doesn’t turn a woman on at all. If you open a door for a woman, let her walk through first and then you walk. Just be careful you don’t bump into her or anything.

Walk side-by-side with her, and if you’re by a road make sure you keep roadside. It makes women feel protected, and all women love that. It’s about being a strong, dominant man. Most guys don’t pay any attention to body language in dating, but you really need to think about it more.

Google Daniel Craig.

Google any James Bond movie, and take a look at the actor’s body language when he’s talking to a woman. Look at his eye contact when he’s talking to a woman. Yeah, it might only be acting, but you know what, if they were acting and their body language was weak, you wouldn’t buy them as a strong character. You wouldn’t be buying James Bond as a strong, powerful man. You’d look at him as weak.

Spend some time on YouTube; look at some of the clips.

Look at any romantic comedy that George Clooney might be in. Look at Ocean’s Eleven with Brad Pitt. Watch some of these movies, and watch their body language. If you want people to see you as a confident, strong, dominant guy, you need to start thinking about the small details.