I get this all the time. “I’m good in the club but not in the daytime.” Or” I’m good on the street but not in the bookstore.” Guys make up so many excuses not to talk to women its fairly unbelievable. Then when they do start talking they aren’t really listening to whats happening around them or the person before them.
Every Place Has a Rhythm and You Must Learn to Tune into the energy of the environment you are in. Wether it’s a quiet coffee shop, a bustling street, aisle 4 in the supermarket, a dinner party, or even the ocean, you must learn to gauge your own energy to the energy of the place and of course the women your are connecting with.
“Two men look through bars. One saw the dirt, and the other saw the stars.”-Dale Carnegie
Where’s your vision focusing?
Where would you like it to be?
I’m walking down the street here in my favorite neighborhood, SoHo, enjoying some of its many paintings on walls, a.k.a. street art. One of them that always strikes me is on the corner of Sullivan and Prince.
It’s called Icy and Sot.
It’s got a painting of an adolescent, who looks real nerdy, and he’s got a pair of glasses on. His glasses, however, have two DO NOT symbols slashed across them. Everywhere he looks he sees through the eyes of fear.
5 years ago the NY Times did this Poetic and Timeless story on me.
Pulitzer Prize winning Photo Journalist Todd Heisler follows me through the streets of New York city. The quintessential look into a day in the life of the “ladies man”.
I’ve been sharing A lot about the “Way you Be” now I want to connect that to “What you Do”. This is how you can break the ice with any women no matter what situation you find yourself. Wether you are walking down the street, in the bookstore, supermarket, train, coffee shop, lounge, or any place you can imagine yourself, this will always be the most powerful way to start a conversation with her.
The Secret to breaking the ice with any women, anytime, anywhere is revealed. Its so simple, yet most men never figure it out. They let women after women walk by them and then they berate themselves after. Below I share the way to connect with women effortlessly, authentically, and infinitely.
“It’s his job. He likes it. He’s good at it.”
– The New York Times
About John Keegan
Hi I’m John. I’m an award-winning dating coach and Founder of The Awakened Lifestyle. I’m a frequent contributor to Men’s Health, Cosmopolitan, and Marie Claire on the topic of dating, relationships, and lifestyle.