First Sight, How Do You Move On?
by Chelestiar Kong
Finally, after months of searching, you saw that
special someone who took your breath away. How can
you walk straight up to her and make your presence
felt? How can you get her contact number to lay the
foundation for future development? Most importantly,
how can you try to know her better to determine if
she is the RIGHT one for you?
Making Your Presence
You must have read many articles about women being
attracted by alpha males. Face it. This is
absolutely true. For those readers who may want a
definition of “alpha males”, here goes:
Alpha male: individual in the community to
whom the others follow and defer.
Alpha males are associated with attributes such as
power, energy and good communication. Power includes
traits such as confidence, status (both financial
and social) and leadership ability. Energy
encompasses physical dynamism, intellectual
superiority and strong mental will power. Good
communication refers to having the capability to
sustain an entertaining conversation with a member
of the opposite gender.
In the initial stage, there is no use acting overly
humble in front of the girl you are interested in.
It is time to flaunt your strong attributes in front
of her, though not in an excessive manner.
In the scenario that she is alone, the task will be
much easier for you. Muster all the courage you
have, put on your widest smile, walk towards her and
introduce yourself in your most macho voice. You can
open up the conversation by asking why she is here.
If you prefer not to start your conversation by
asking her a question, you can give a brief
description of the surroundings. For example, you
can say something like, “Wow, the music here is
pretty cool!” and see how she responds from there.
If she is with a big group of friends, the onus
would be on you to make yourself attractive, not
only to her, but also to her group of friends! This
may sound difficult, but after a few tries, you will
be able to do so with breeze. Usually the entire
group has something in common. Hence, you can start
by asking where they come from, their occupation
etc… Do not focus all your conversation solely on
one person. Try tackling them as a group initially
and slowly move your attention to the lady of your