A Fantastic Way to Strike up Conversations
If you can handle the truth, dating guru Scot McKay can help you reclaim your birthright as a man, plus attract
a few hotties along the way...
Do you ever feel that you could have amazing interactions with women, but that you just can't get past the
initial ice breaking stage?
You've probably seen a LOT of woman that you were just dying to have a chance with.
These are all women that you KNOW would be interested if they'd just give you a chance right?
But how do you strike up the initial conversation with them without them shutting you down cold? If you're
itching to know this, you're not alone...and you're about to learn two fantastic steps that will help you
start a conversation with any woman.
First, Ask For Advice
Napoleon Hill once said that opinions are the cheapest commodities on earth. People love to give opinions,
sometimes even when you don't ask for them. Why is this? Because of people's basic need for significance. When you
listen to a person's opinion or advice, you validate them as a person.
So what kind of an effect do you think it will have if you ask for a woman's advice to start a conversation with
her? You can bet that she'll be willing to offer plenty of it...perhaps even more than you bargained for. Here are
three things that you can ask for advice about that will be sure to get a woman talking:
* Pop Culture Topics (opinions about movies, music, actors and actresses etc)
The next time that you go out, find one way to ask for advice in each of these three areas. Use them to start
conversations with women, and with other people who you meet. This will help you to build sharper conversation
skills for when you meet a woman you're interested in.
Second, Talk About Something "Personal" Most women are very guarded when it comes to talking about
personal things with men. But you can easily get past this by talking about something which is semi-personal.
For example, once you've asked for a woman's opinion or advice on something, you'll have a good idea of what
kind of person she is.
Why is this? Because opinions and advice are very personal, in spite of the fact that they might not be about a
person. This is because they are based on a person's perceptions of things. Dr. Steven Covey once wrote that we
don't see things as they are, but we see them as we are.
In other words, our opinions and perceptions of things are based on our inner beliefs. So in asking a woman for
advice about something, you're asking her something "personal" without her realizing that she's talking about
Most people aren't self-aware enough to realize that their perception of things tells you more about them than
about the thing that they are describing. So once you've asked for a woman's advice or opinion, the next step would
be to ask her more about why she feels that way.
This allows you to sneak past a woman's defenses because it creates the illusion that you're still talking about
something that's impersonal. You'd be amazed at what you can learn about her just by doing this.
By far, the most telling descriptions that people give of themselves come through their descriptions of how they
perceive the world. Here's a fantastic technique for putting this principle to work in your conversations with
Pick a popular movie and ask her which character she would be if she were in the movie. This also works for TV
show characters, sports heroes, cartoon characters, animals or historical figures. By telling you which of these
things a woman perceives herself as, you can get her to tell you things about herself that she would never reveal
Try this, you can start with someone who you know and see how powerful it is.
Powerful stuff huh? Don't forget to check out 'The Master Plan' before you go. Like I said before, if you are a
guy that's sick of being pushed to the back of the queue, and want to reclaim your masculine power and attract
quality hotties, it's time to take action: