How to playfully flirt and tease women to create attraction so you can seduce them successfully. How to properly use flirting and banter to get phone numbers and set dates right on the spot.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who successfully applied what he learned from my videos and book after breaking up with his live in girlfriend of several years, getting laid off from his job and having to find a new place to live.
While having dinner with his mother, he met a really cute woman, flirted and bantered with her and made a date on the spot with her for later that same evening. It’s a beautifully executed textbook case of what to do.
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“Flirting is the art of playful teasing between two people who like each other. Playful teasing and banter is the secret language of love. It is expressing attraction in an indirect but playful way. It is not mean spirited but playful, humorous and fun. When you playfully tease members of the opposite sex and they playfully tease back, this communicates mutual admiration and sexual attraction. Those who don’t have mutual interest, a low self-esteem or mutual attraction will not tease back. However, just because they flirt does not mean they are single and available. The only way to know for sure is to risk rejection by asking them out on a date or for their phone number. Be grateful no matter what happens with their response. Why? Unlike most people, you had the confidence to ask! You should always label that a success!” ~ Coach Corey Wayne