Our resident guy advice guru, T9, breaks down the Top 10 Reasons Why Dudes Fail With Honiez —And How To Make Sure YOU Avoid Every One Of These Deadly Common Mistakes. Every few days, we will share one of the Top 10 reasons, here’s #9…
MISTAKE #9: Not knowing exactly what to do in each type of situation with women
Lemmi, blow your mind… A chiq ALWAYS knows what you’re thinking.
Ladies are approximately ten times better than guys at reading body language. I get it might be hard to believe. But for example, if you’re out on a date with a gal, and you want to kiss her, she knows it. And if you don’t know exactly what to do and exactly how to kiss her, and you just sit there looking at her and getting nervous, she won’t help!
This goes for ALL aspects of chiqs and dating. Approaching a gal, getting her number, asking her out, kissing her, getting physical… everything!
If you don’t know what to do in each situation, you will probably screw it up…and lose everything. And you know it.
It is vitally important that you know exactly how to go from one step to the next with a chiq… from the first meeting, all the way to the end. In short: It’s good to have a structure.
It’s also good to have experience. You need to know your stuff — your openers, your routines, your phase shifts, your games, your cold reads, etc. And more importantly, it’s important to know how to put it all together, and how to act.
You can train yourself to do this by taking every interaction you have with ladies. Doesn’t matter if they are ugly or hot, so long as it’s a chiq. This will enable you to understand this structure and practice the late game. Gals do notice details, and they are empathetic to the point where they can sense what you want to do (especially since most guys are not in control of their body language). Part of being a confident, cool guy is being experienced. Being comfortable making your move, knowing what to do, not caring what others think or if the girl rejects you.
And the best way to get comfortable doing this is with PRACTICE.
Next: MISTAKE #10: Not getting help