How to Approach

£19.00

Description

Everyone but you, finds it easy to approach people. Right? In my work with thousands of people, over the last decade, it’s clear that very few people are comfortable approaching others. However men, especially, seem to feel like failures if they aren’t pros at this. Not to mention their are tons of seedy companies teaching men how to approach. Unfortunately, their methods don’t work for any sort of long-term solution (and turn most women off!). As for you women, it’s time to catch up with the times. Of course you can approach a man! Most guys love it and, if they don’t? Well, then they need to get with the programme too! Whether you are a man or a woman, knowing how to approach is a useful skill to have; whether you’d like to speak to someone at a networking event or a friend’s party, knowing how to smoothly approach someone is an important skill for all genders.

Using the Flirtology method, I break it down for you: I will show you, step-by-step, what to do. I will also teach you what to say, after you approached the person. By using these tools, you will never feel embarrassed again.

In this course you will learn:

  • How to set the scene in your favour. Yes, there are things to consider before you even put one foot in front of the other. Learn how to set yourself up for success.
  • The two P’s: Proximity and Positioning. Without these, you don’t stand a chance. With these, the world is your oyster.
  • What to say when you see this person, that won’t make you feel embarrassed and isn’t creepy. I will also give you a ‘cheat sheet’ of questions to ask. But, more importantly, I will teach you the skill that will last you a lifetime. So, no matter where you are, you will know what to say. The Flirtology approach is ‘Give a person a fish and they will eat for a day; teach the person to fish and they will eat for a lifetime’.
  • I will also answer questions such as, ‘Is it ok for women to approach men’ and ‘How can I approach without looking creepy!’
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