1. Make a good entrance. Give off the impression you (and your friends) and fun and enjoy hanging out with each other – don’t make it obnoxious though! Avoid making a quiet entrance or search the room when you come in for hot girls or interesting people – act like you ARE the party.
2. Get attention. This was a key factor in making an entrance, but you want to make sure women notice you once you’ve arrived. Make jokes and small talk with people, women will see this and think you look like fun. I once knew a guy who would occasionally dance funny at a bar just to goof around – it showed he didn’t take himself too seriously and was confidence. Women noticed.
3. Warm up the crowd. Make sure you make your way around the bar and talk to people – even if it’s just a short line or comment. Some of the less attractive women in the bar are usually the easiest to talk to. If you’re feeling anxious then start with them!
4. Keep your eyes out. You’ve laid the “groundwork” to catch the attention of the women in bars, but if you’re not paying attention to notice which women are checking YOU out then you might be wasting your time trying to strike up a conversation with the wrong girl! Keep your eyes out and notice which women make eye contact with you or suddenly move near you.
These very basic changes can get you much better results next time you head to your local bar.
If you feel the “same old thing” just letting you meet women in bars then start implementing these techniques right away, and if the friends you’re going out with are cool then get them on the program too – it’s more effective when you’re all working towards a goal together.
Once you know how to meet women in bars start catching the attention of women when you go out then you’ve got a new problem: What the hell do you say to her? How do you start a conversation? And how do you make sure it goes really well?
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