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May 09, 2012 By: Bill Preston Category: Pick Up Women

Me and my buddies have more women than we know what to do with, but it hasn’t always been this way. There was a time when I was a nerdy high school boy who didn’t even have the guts to ask anyone out for prom, so I sat home.

It’s not that I was ugly. I was probably better looking than, as well.

Cover of "How to Start a Conversation"

Cover of How to Start a Conversation

But I was missing a few things. I did not know how to talk to women. I was afraid to walk up to them. I was shy and didn’t know how to start a conversation. I was poorly groomed even though my body was in better physical shape. I had terrible posture and didn’t have a clue about body language.

So it wasn’t until I was in college and I went to visit my buddy in New York City for the weekend that I started to figure out that there was actually hope for me and that I could surround myself with amazing women.

He and his friends went out and tore up the place. It didn’t matter if it was a coffeeshop or the latest happening night club, they made a huge impression, walking in, high fiving the bouncers, flirting with the waitresses and walking out at the end of the night with gorgeous, high-quality women.

They had gone to high school with me, so I just didn’t get it, they knew how to get girls way better than anyone I’d ever met – but they used to be horrible with women. In fact, I’m pretty sure at least three of them spent prom night in my basement playing Dungeons and Dragons. So what the heck had happened? What was different? Why were they so  much more successful than me? At the end of the weekend, I just had to ask.

I didn’t want to look like an idiot, so I took  my friend aside. He told me it all started when he began looking into the pick up artist community. I kind of laughed and said, “You mean those jerks who lie to pick up women and then sleep with them and dump thenm?”

“See that’s the thing,” he told me.

“It’s really not about that at all. It is about being the best man you can be. It’s about learning how to grab ahold of the self confidence you deserve and how to make yourself the type of guy any woman would be thrilled to date.

He told me that since he became friends with guys in the pick up artist community he learned how to dress better, how to talk to women and how to flirt. He said possibly the most important thing he learned was how to overcome his fear of getting rejected. It was an awesome experience, he said. He enrolled in a pick up artist bootcamp and spent the weekend going up to girls and trying to get them to reject them.

At the end of the weekend, he was completely over his fear of rejection and said it was no big deal.

And the irony was that it was also the last time he ever was rejected. From that point on, he has been successful with girls and is having the time of his life. All it took was a little knowledge.

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