Happy Halloween all.
Hope you had a good one.
I think halloween must the the greatest day of the year for pickup, with the possible exception of New Years Eve.
My tip of the day for today has to do with making conversation.
There’s 3 main sources of good conversation when talking to women-
1- Pro scripts- these are the lines and routines you learn from top Pickup Artists like me.
2- Self scripts- these are the things you find yourself saying all the time. You may go out and get in a great mood, and you end up saving some of the funny stuff you said for future use.
3- Natural flow- A certain amount of what you talk about should be off the top of your head. You can just recite scripts all the time.
Today we’re going to talk about natural flow. I’m going to teach you a few simple things to make this work better.
First thing to do is make a list of 5 or 10 topics that you are comfortable talking about.
These should be things that you are passionate about, or things that you are knowledgeable about. Almost any topic will work, as long as you are passionate about it.
Women aren’t truly interested in the information, they’re interested in way you express yourself.
Most guys already have a number of topics they can speak comfortably about, they just don’t always give themselves permission to do so.
Next thing you’ll want to work on is how to transition into these topics. The best way to do this is with a “have you ever” question.
At any time, you could say to a girl “Have you ever been to Fiji?” or “Have you ever tried yoga?” This will cause the person you’re talking to to get more personally invested in the topic.
If you have 5 or 10 topics to talk about, and an easy way to transition into them, you’ll be in good shape.
Next thing to learn is what I call “bridging.” This is when you make a pre-existing topic relevant to one of your strong topics, and then switch to the strong topic. You might be weak in talking about old TV shows, but strong in talking about boating and vacationing, so you might say something like “Gilligan’s Island….yes I’ve heard of it. Thats where they get stuck on the boat right? Have you ever been stuck on a boat? I almost got stuck on one in Fiji, I guess my boating skills weren’t quite as expert as I thought….”
So there you have it.
1- Know your strong topics.
2- Use “have you ever” questions to transition.
3- Use bridging to refocus the conversation.
That will give you a good start to learning natural flow.
PS, i was the guy holding the flower.