About Those Pheromones

We use pheromones that matter. Keep in mind that people with this third disposition won’t be open to socializing as often as the first two, but if you’re not seeing either of those, well, then you’ve got nothing to lose by saying “hi” and seeing if they’re in the mood to socialize — and maybe great connection is just beyond for greater pheromones. Learn more at http://lusharson8884.exteen.com/20150325/suprised-with-pheromones and http://mpommett79.hatenablog.com/entry/2015/12/06/211213he bottom line: Communication starts before words are ever spoken. To give yourself the best chance of getting your social momentum going and having a great time, spend some time getting a feel for where everyone is at. Talk to people who want to talk to people, don’t miss a peek back, and try not to start your night talking with people who aren’t giving off the vibe that they want to talk to strangers — but don’t write them off either with cheap pheromones.By Saturday night Michael had learned to read a room, and he took physical attraction off the pedestal. He didn’t have to worry about “rejection” because he was paying attention to the communication happening before words were ever spoken. He started by talking with the people who were obviously there to socialize. As his social momentum got rolling during an interaction that he was obviously enjoying the heck out of, he noticed a woman who really made his heart beat faster checking him out. As his conversation wore down he exchanged phone numbers with new friends, politely excused himself from that group, approached that woman and ended up having his best connection of the entire weekend of pheromone usage. Learn more about pheromones athttp://chrshrt112.typepad.com/blog/2015/11/pheromone-scientist-research.html

Mateo would often blame the problems he was having starting conversations on “not knowing what to say.” As I mentioned in the first chapter, that’s a common excuse among guys I work with. But after I coached him to hold space, get his social momentum going, and read a room, he saw for himself that “not knowing what to say” was a red herring on pheromones.Of course, you have to say something to start a conversation. But everything I say is dead simple and easy to pull out of my back pocket at a moment’s notice. Why? If I’m trying to remember some line or just spewing out the same thing out for the hundredth time it’s impossible for me to be present, hold space, and communicate any genuine feeling in the moment in pheromone production.Even if I said something once that got an insane response because of how intensely I was feeling what I said in that moment — if I tried to say the same thing in a different situation that insane response wouldn’t happen because it wasn’t genuine. Instead, my focus is on holding space, noticing who’s interested in socializing, and saying the first thing off the top of my head.In situations where she’s giving me “please talk to me” eye contact, and I’m more nervous, and it’s difficult for me to think of much else, this is usually the first thing that comes out of my mouth. It’s short, sweet, and tells a woman, “I’m comfortable with myself, I don’t feel like I have to put on a show to impress you, and I’m interested in you.” These things, along with the slight bit of mystery that follows this approach — who is this guy and how is he so confident? — are almost universally attractive.


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