A Trick for Approaching More Girls
At the LSA we encourage all our clients to start a conversation with a girl every chance they get. I thought it’d be helpful to let you know a way that I go about making sure I do this. A while ago, I came up with a really helpful way of ensuring I approached a large number of girls every day, without making a big deal out of it and without having to alter my daily routine.
Every time you leave somewhere, you must compliment one girl. Every time you leave a coffee shop, restaurant, bar, library or train carriage, choose the best-looking girl and give her a compliment. Make it a genuine compliment and ensure you mention that you are leaving.
I don’t like giving scripts because there really isn’t much more to approaching girls than saying what’s happening and saying what you’re thinking. But, in this case, I’ll do so as it’s probably something that most guys wouldn’t think to do.
In a coffee shop, for example, I’d use some variation of: “Hi! My friend and I just finished our coffee but, before I left, I had to come over and tell you that you are so gorgeous.” It’s as simple as that to start a conversation with a girl. Tell her that you’re just about to leave and that she caught your eye and you wanted to tell her.
The key here is the fact that you’re leaving. This will make the approach more successful and, crucially, make you more likely to do it. You’ll feel less nervous, because you’re leaving anyway – if the conversation is awkward just go.
She’ll feel less nervous because she’s not worried that you’ll stick around and bother her if she doesn’t like you. It seeds a smooth way to take her number – you can say something like: “As I said I have to get going but we should…”
Don’t worry what to say next. If she likes you she’ll make it easy for you and you’ll naturally get chatting. If she doesn’t fancy a chat- no harm done! Just leave (remember, you’re leaving anyway!) and feel happy that you’ve made a girl’s day and got something off your chest. At the very least she’ll have a cool story to tell her mates when she gets back from her lunch break.