If you could walk up to a girl, and get her thinking wonderful thoughts, that would be pretty good, right? Well, it’s also pretty easy.
To start with, you’ll need to approach and talk to her like you normally would. Use any standard opener, like “Hi, I saw you from across the room and you looked interesting. My name’s Jack.”
Then just start a regular, basic conversation. School, work, weekend plans, recent movies, whatever.
While you’re talking about normal stuff, (going back and forth, of course) look for any evidence of things she’s doing that indicates her plans for her future. Like something she’s studying, or if she mentions getting promoted at work or anything.
Then tell her you’re going to ask a “goofy” question you read about in some book somewhere.
Ask her if that if all her dreams came true (with respect to that particular future she’s alluding to) what would her ideal future.
Keep in mind you’re not asking her dream future about some magic gift from heaven, like winning the lotto and bumping into Mr. Right at the grocery store.
Get her talking in terms of a future that she’s creating. Her perfect future.
Then, simply ask as many questions about that future. Get as much details as possible. Ask her how a typical day would be, ask her where she lives, what kind of car she drives, etc.
If you’ve got decent rapport, she’ll be more than willing to play along.
This will get her thinking in really positive emotional terms, while talking to you. Part of her will associate those good feeling with you, so you’re in a pretty good position to close however you’d like.
Naturally, when you’ve got the frame of a true alpha, where you can easily ask questions like this, and open plenty of girls to do so, in a relaxed and confident manner, you can have a lot of fun.
You’ll be able to sort through all the girls out there, give them some wonderful feelings (that they’ll attach to you) and choose whichever ones you like.
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You’ll never look at social interactions the same.