If you’ve ever been in some kind of situation, for school, or a church group where you had a legimate excuse to go door to door, it may have been pretty fun.
I remember back in the day, when I lived in the dorms. On weekends (after coming home from parties half in the bag), I got into the habit of going up and down the girl’s side, knocking on all the doors, and asking them if they had any food or beer they’d like to share.
Most of them were friendly, kind, and if they had anything, they were happy to share it. After all, this was back when we were all fresh out of high school, and living on our own for the first time.
I wasn’t trying to game them, or seduce them or anything, and they picked up on that. I was just offering some friendly conversation in exchange for any beer or food they happened to have.
It didn’t take long before I was invited in to “hang out” with a couple of girls who were bored on a Friday or Saturday night.
It’s important to keep in mind that I wasn’t a stranger, but I wasn’t quite on a first name basis with these girls. We pretty much saw each other every day on our way to class, and most of us would hang out in the “common room” a lot of the time, since our dorm rooms were pretty small. (Not like in the movies, lol).
Now, just imagine if you could do this in a bar or a club. Instead of getting all “amped up” and putting on your “game face,” you could easily, naturally, and confidently walk up to pretty much every girl in the club, and just start a friendly conversation.
Think you’d find some girls that were into you? Some girls that liked you for who you really are, instead of some guy you were pretending to be?
You bet you would!
But that’s pretty scary, right?
Doesn’t have to be. Not when you can speak assertively like humans are meant to.
Find out how here: