Don
Steele

 

Introduce Yourself Part II


Questions Are introductions, and the way they are made, really that big of a deal to her?

Answer: Yes! Introductions are crucial. It is absolutely necessary that they be done right. In the case of young women "right" means that SHE feels good, aroused and important. You must not make her feel foolish or that she's "just a kid."

You must make her feel like an adult and ladylike.

CAUTION: You must not appear to be coming on to her. This prevents co-workers from noticing so they don't tease her or tell her boyfriend. You must remain adult and businesslike to any and all observers. Let your touch and your eyes say what needs to be said. Others cannot 'hear' that conversation!

NEXT INTRODUCTION QUESTION: Is it possible for a poorly-handled introduction to become a deal breaker in her mind?

ANSWER: You bet your sweet ass! Everything can be destroyed in about two seconds! She's excited, yes, but also quite afraid of you! If you scare her even slightly, THE END!

NEXT INTRODUCTION QUESTION: Is slow and easy always the best policy when introducing yourself?

Answer: Slow and easy is always the best policy no matter what you are doing with a young women. LET it happen, don't make it happen.

NEXT INTRODUCTION QUESTION: Should you use only your first name, or first and last name, or does it just depend on the circumstances.

Answer: I can speak for social settings in Southern California and in Hawaii where there are lots of young people. Use only your first name as explained in How To Date Young Women for the reasons given there. When the crowd is of mixed ages or at work, or at her work, always use your last name.

Using your last name makes you vulnerable and open first, thus she feels safe! The additional major benefit is that you are showing her that you are an adult male, which is DIFFERENT. To quote my favorite author, "different works." She's talking with you because she's tired of boys and wants a MAN. Be a Man.

To be continued

©2007 R. Don Steele

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Don Steele has worked for more than 20 aerospace, defense and engineering companies as well as many political campaigns both in LA and in Hawaii. He became a Marriage, Family and Child Counselor in 1976. Beyond writing, other passions include a deep, abiding hatred for hypocrites, bureaucrats, poverty pimps and nearly all politicians; a lifelong devotion to anthropology, philosophy; astronomy and cosmology plus a long-term love affair with Hawaii, consummated in 1996. He and Joanna Bardot Lopez live in Whittier CA, with their number one dog Wolfie, number two dog, Tootsie, Peaches The Rabbit, Puppy Cat, Princess Cat, Snookums Cat and Bebe Cat. Don is the author of Date Young Women:  For men over 35 - Revised, How to Date Young Women:  For men over 35, Volume II, and most recently, Body Language Secrets. Check out steelballsAUDIO.COM and steelballsRadio.com or E-Mail.



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