How to influence her and get dates
Hey guys. It’s me Iain Myles here, your dating coach from kamalifestyles.com. As always, I appreciate and value your continued support. You guys are the reason I’m here and that is the greatest thing anyone could wish for.
Now, the best way to get a girl you like to date you is to understand how you can influence her to go out with you. Pretty women get approached every day by different types of men. They are used to the attention that they don’t blink with excitement just because you asked them out.
However, you can strike her in a different way that will make you unique from any other guy that she has ever met. In today’s video, we are going to look at how to influence her and get dates. So, before I start guys, you know what to do, click that subscribe button and turn on the notifications as there will be so many videos coming your way.
See what other guys don’t
Most guys are attracted to a woman they have met because of her looks. Beautiful women get turned off by guys that approach them because of their looks. It makes them feel like you want to use them as a trophy.
When you want to influence a beautiful woman and get dates with her, you need to see something that makes her unique. Listening is the best way to get to know a woman and understand the kind of person they are. You can tell what makes her tick by the enthusiasm she has when talking about something.
Doesn’t take love seriously
Believe it or not, only a woman who has been hurt one too many times will take love lightly. We are social beings, and women, especially, crave a man’s attention at some point in their life.
By design, therefore, every woman should take the idea of a prospective love seriously. If your crush, however, cracks a joke or two whenever you ask her about her love life, saying she wants to die alone with 60 dogs, then that a red flag.
Once you notice what makes her unique, complement her and build upon that. Women want guys that understand them. If you are knowledgeable with what she likes, get up in there and give her a piece of your knowledge.
However, if what she likes seems like alien science fiction to you, encourage her to enlighten you about it. That will make her enjoy the conversation, and it will increase your chances of influencing her to go out with you.
Use your strengths
Women are attracted to guys with power, confidence, and authority. However, when I tell guys that, most of them think it’s money and status. No! We have power, confidence, and authority in areas that we excel in. Our strengths make us geniuses in our fields. If you are an excellent pianist, you can use that to attract women to you.
How to influence her and get dates
The advantage of using your strength to influence women is that you are comfortable in your skin. You can exceed the average comfortability threshold to become a maestro in whatever you are doing.
That aspect of you being the best than the men around you will make women attracted to you more. They will want to bask in your glory.
Iain Myles is an executive dating coach of Kamalifestyles. He specializes in coaching men who have been looking for dating success and chronically unlucky with women. He publishes regular infield dating videos and social experiments in KamaTV.
He’s highly experienced in live training of our clients on streets, coffee shops, in bars and clubs. Iain teaches the core principles of the approach that every guy needs to know to become successful in dating including confidence, conversational skills, connection and mind sets. He has been featured in top radios and newspapers in UK and Ireland.
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Iain Myles is an internationally recognised dating coach and co-owner of the UK’s largest dating coaching company, Kamalifestyles. Iain is also an internet sensation thanks to the multiple viral videos posted through the YouTube channel KamaTV, which has grossed over 100 million views.
Iain has appeared in numerous newspaper columns and radio shows across the world. He is a regular contributor to BBC Radio in the UK.