Category: How to talk to women

Say All the Right Things On Your Next Date

It’s funny, after managing to meet a girl, get her number and ask her out, some guys tend to freak out over what do next. A wave of panic washes over them, thinking that so much could go wrong. And the funny thing is that there’s really no reason to panic.

Dating might seem like a random, luck-of-the-draw kind of deal, but in reality the success of your evening largely depends on the stuff you say (and mostly DON’T say) to her.

Never underestimate the impact of a good (or bad) conversation during a date. Guys who often say the wrong thing (or the right thing at the wrong time) aren’t aware that women have both Attraction Switches and Dealbreaker Triggers in their heads.

The good news is that it’s not rocket science at all. We’ve broken down the communication do’s and don’ts during a date, so here’s a rundown of what to expect:

Full Disclosure: Topics That Can Wait for MUCH Later

Ok, so one of the biggest blunders is giving a girl too much information on the first date. It’s kind of disturbing how many guys actually think that diving into stuff that’s too personal or intense will …

How To Talk To Women Without Losing It

Note from Carlos: this is a guest blog about how to talk to women, written by dating guru Carlos Xuma and “directed” (edited) by me. Go ahead Carlos!

Hey, I’ve just got a quick note for you today on a subject that a lot of guys are curious about: how to talk to women.

There’s a lot of cool information I teach you, from routines to openers, conversation bridges, all kinds of great stuff to inject into your interactions with women.

But in almost every single one-on-one coaching (and in hundreds of emails I get every day), one concern stands out more than any other.

It’s usually this: “How do I do this stuff when I’m in-person with a woman? Face to face? I need to know how to talk to women.”

This is what I call the “Real-Time” problem. You can learn a ton of great information off-line, but when you’re in Real-Time, it’s tough to be “on” and creative, isn’t it?

I don’t know if you’ve ever had this problem, but when I was first learning these skills, I’d do a massive amount of preparation, memorizing a bunch of phrases and stuff. This was what I needed to …