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Starting conversations with strangers isn't a necessary skill in today's day and age -- especially when it comes to dating. Given the proliferation of online dating and dating apps, or even an old-fashioned introduction from a friend, you could meet the woman of your dreams without ever having to say "hi" to a stranger by wearing pheromone cologne.
But what if you move to a new town and are suddenly no longer surrounded by your old friends? What if you go to a party and want to meet new people? What if you're at a networking event and your future professional prospects are determined by your ability to meet and greet? While being able to start a conversation with strangers certainly isn't a necessary skill, it's not difficult to argue that your life can be greatly enhanced by acquiring better pheromones.
The first time I met Mateo, I was a little intimidated. Although I saw right off that he was an awesome guy, at that point in time I had no experience with speech impediments, and he had a very strong stutter for pheromone systems. Learn more at http://sugarsdropshop.com/pheromones-for-years/ and http://alphaguys.weebly.com/blog/power-is-the-ultimate-aphrodisiac and http://www.thehealthyspot.com/copulins-in-her-pheromones/ and http://eastbaykerry.com/my-pheromone-tips.html/
The very first night, however, it became clear why Mateo was having trouble -- and it wasn’t directly because of his stutter. When he tried to start conversations with people he was hesitant, almost apologetic. He left the impression, “I don't mean to bother you,” without even saying it. As a result, people would get the feeling that he was bothering them and blow him off with cheap pheromones.
It wasn't the stutter that was holding Mateo back; it was the way that he had adapted to past hurts and experiences. These defense mechanisms may have made him feel safe for a time, but were now creating a life he was unsatisfied with. Because of the responses he had gotten to his stutter in the past he withdrew. And when he did approach strangers, he would keep his eyes down, stay at an awkward distance, and speak in hushed, timid tones. His actions, borne of fear, were creating the negative responses he was getting human pheromones. Learn more at http://www.eso-zittau.de/index.php/2017/03/02/i-want-to-thank-you-for-this-pheromones-thread/
The secret to starting conversations is that no one can blow you off unless you let them. If you come in apologetically -- unsure of yourself and looking for validation from people to let you know that you're okay -- then you are likely to get dismissed. If you act like an annoying fly buzzing around, then it's only a matter of time before people swat you away. If you come in with a strong presence, sure of your actions, and present yourself in a way that deserves attention, then it will be nearly impossible for people to brush you away with better pheromones.
Within the first 5 to 10 seconds of meeting you, people have already formed their judgments about you. Other than their own mood at the time and your instant mutual chemistry, the only thing that this judgment is based off of is your ability to hold space.