There are lots of stereotypes about exceptionally beautiful women. They’re ditzy. They’re vain. They have no brains. They’re gold-diggers. They’re bitchy. And so on. Sure, some are. So are some less attractive women.
Nick Savoy, lead instructor for Love Systems, is a professional pick-up artist. Really, training men on the science of picking up women is his job. So, we turned to Savoy to answer our most pressing question: What’s the average guy doing wrong?
For better or worse, technology changes the dating world—fast—and when it does, you just have to roll with it. If you meet women online, you already know what I’m talking about here, but even if you don’t, how you use technology will have a big impact—positive or negative—on your dating success.
Last week, Love Systems' Nick Savoy give us his Seven Dating Rules for the Digital Age. This week, we asked Savoy to cover the other side: old-fashioned rules for meeting and attracting women that still work today. Because sometimes you’re not online, or don’t have your phone, or there just happens to be a gorgeous woman walking by, and if you don’t have some “old school” game, you’re going to miss your chance.
You noticed her as soon as you walked in. So did everyone else. She’s hot, she’s the center of attention and she knows it. Most guys will write her off. They figure they don’t have a chance anyway, so they don’t approach her—at least not without having drunk a few glasses of liquid courage. They protect their ego by saying that she’s probably just a bitch or isn’t their type.
It's a question we've pondered since junior high: Why do assholes get all the girls? Turns out, it’s not that women are masochists and want men to treat them badly. Some are, but most women have very good reasons to reject nice guys.
As a dating coach with Love Systems, my job is to help men meet and attract the women they want. The method is extremely effective (for proof, watch the hidden camera video), and things are usually pretty straightforward.
Are you making these little-known mistakes while trying to date a girl? Dating coach Chris Sheperd from tenmagnet.com talks to Richard Dagenais. Watch this video to hear Chris Sheperd aka (Tenmagnet) explain these 5 dating mistakes.
Everyone is talking about Tinder, the dating app for your phone, these days. The concept is simple. How it works: you upload some pictures and a few words about yourself, set age and distance parameters for potential mates, and away you go! You’ll be presented with a massive number of women’s pictures. Swipe right for yes, left for no. If you both say yes, you can message each other through the app, exchange phone numbers and go from there.
One thing I’ve noticed across over 10,000 clients is that dates are actually the worst place to screw things up. If you mess up when you first approach a woman, you’ve lost 15 seconds and maybe bruised your ego. If things don’t go well on a date, you’ve lost the time and money from the date itself, from the first time you met her, and all of the phoning and texting in between. Fail early, not late. To that end, I’d like to share these nine dumb things not to do on a first date. These tips won’t get you the girl on their own, but they’ll stop you from sinking your own ship unnecessarily.