Dating apps have become extremely popular because they’re fun and easy — not to mention you can date from anywhere.We’re big fans of these: Meetups put groups of people together based on their mutual interests, and there are a lot of different groups based on a lot of different activities: cooking, hiking, painting, music, bowling, you name it.It’s amazing how much information most people give off without realizing it – but most of the time we don’t even look. Another great trick comes from Kenton Knepper’s “Completely Cold”. If they hedge and say maybe, turn that maybe into a yes by saying, “Yes, but …” and then making a connection.It’s amazing how well you can lead people like this.
We have a relationship with money,” (no reaction) “We have a relationship with our body and health.” Target: “Yes, I totally stress about my body too much! ” The use of so-called “awareness words” can help, as well.
Forget about all the pressure, worry and frustration you normally feel about dating, and focus on one simple thing: how amazing it is to fall in love or at least develop strong feelings for someone.
One moment you can be sitting in a café or park minding your own business, and suddenly someone will walk into your life and change the way you see the world forever.
It can be a fun demonstration of value, and earn you a lot of goodwill from your target.
But if you ask about cold-reading on a lot of the PUA bulletin boards, you’ll lots of bad advice – about making very generic guesses based on someone’s age, race, etc.