The first thing a woman sees when you walk over to her is your body.

Alright, maybe not your naked body, but the first thing she sees is the way you are dressed, the way you walk, the way you come over to her, what your eye contact is all about.

Your body and all its language, the way you dress, and the way you walk are all really important.

A lot of men don’t pay attention to these things.

They tend to wear clothes that are too big for them or clothes that are grossly out of style by 10 or 11 years.

When you do that you are not giving her the best of you. You are giving her an old, outdated version of you.

Every piece of clothing that I have in my wardrobe is a piece of clothing that I like; its a piece of clothing that makes me feel really good when I wear it.

Every time I get dressed, I only wear things that I like because I know that I can meet somebody new that I am attracted to, and I always want to present my best self.

You only have one chance to make a lasting impression on somebody.

First impressions are everything, they really are.

Your body, your presence, and the way you dress—it’s like a physical resume that you’re carrying around.

You wouldn’t go into a job interview with a poorly written resume so why do you go in social situations with a poor physical resume?

Think about that.

Find looks that work well for you. Go through all your clothes. Do you feel good in them? Go through each piece of clothing and ask yourself that question. For every “no” answer, throw it out, give it away to a friend, or donate it to the Salvation Army.

I want you to only keep the clothes in your closet that make you feel incredible. So that way, when you go and approach a woman for the very, very first time, your physical resume is giving her the impression of a confident, secure guy.

Just like you would spend long hours updating your professional resume, you need to spend time on your physical resume

Go to the gym 4 days a week.

Have a fashionable friend go shopping with you.

Eat more fruits and vegetables, drink more water, and smile more.

It’s all about your physical resume. Keep it up to date.