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The Dating Coach on Spike Tv (episode 2 of 2)

In this Episode I guide Luke H. Simmons host of Spike Tv’s Man to Man past some limiting beliefs, through a little anxiety, and ultimately into a conversation with an attractive women. Watch as Luke breaks the ice in New York City’s Washington Square Park.

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Awaken To An Enlightened Relationship

Everyone knows there’s more to dating than meets the eye, but after you meet John Keegan, you’ll learn that there’s more to a dating coach, too. With a degree in psychology, a dream of acting, and a passion for spiritual books, John Keegan headed to New York City, and, along the way, founded his mission: “to meet, connect and build relationships in more meaningful ways, with new people, in everyday situations.”

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Her Eye Contact and The Absolute Strongest Frame You Can Have

orward to disarm her and make her feel comfortable enough to come out and play. Many beautiful women are shy, especially in these initial social interactions when they don’t know someone. Also, you might be surprised to find that, in her timidity, she looks up to you as a man of high value. The best thing you can do is assume that she’s shy, rather than be abrasive or think she’s not interested.

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Her Body Language

ut there’s no need to constantly be looking for these signs of approval from her. In fact, one of the key mistakes that guys make is looking for these signals, known as indicators of interest, from women.

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The Right Way To Approach A Women

Initial body language when approaching a women It’s important to have your body language facing outwards, not boxing her in, not going straight up to her face to face no matter how you start. Your body language should communicate that you’re going to walk away, reassuring her, as a total stranger, that you’re not locking…

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Beliefs and Body Language

Everything that we do or say comes from what’s going on inside of us. So often we look for external answers to resolve internal issues. As an expression of your internal state, body language is ultimately no different. Of course we can do external things that will internalize new habits within us, but we must first acknowledge that our beliefs are affecting our behavior, actions, words, and what the subtle things we are communicating beyond words.

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