Whether you know it or not, your body is communicating before you utter a word. If you are single, working on your body language is a smart strategy to improve your dating results.
The way that a person walks, talks and moves can speak volumes to their character and ultimately be a deciding factor in whether or not you choose to approach them. Is your body language sending the right message to your potential suitors?
There's at least one person out there who writes "professional wingman" in the occupation box on their tax returns each year, and that person is Thomas Edwards, founder and CEO of The Professional Wingman. Here are some of his favorite expert flirting tips.
Your profiles match. You've moved slowly into a promising online friendship. And now it's time to bring a book and rose to the coffee shop for your first official date. These five scientific tips from the book Brain Trust can help it go smoothly.
What's the sexiest language to you? Is it French? . . . Italian? . . . Maybe you have a thing for the way Spanish rolls off the tongue? Whatever your answer to the question, you're probably wrong either way. As you read every word on this page, you're going to discover a life-altering concept that will give you a ridiculously unfair advantage over most men in the dating world: the sexiest language isn't French, it isn't Italian, and it isn't Spanish (although I love hearing Spanish speaking women talk) . . .
Success in life, friendship, business, family dynamics and spiritual growth has self-confidence and self-esteem at the foundation. People who have a confidence in their personal worth seem to be magnets for success and happiness everywhere they go. As parents and caring adults, you will want to share methods and techniques to build self-confidence with the young people in your circle of influence. One of the most important part of teaching a life-skill is to improve the concept in our own lives. Here are three more tips to help build self-esteem and self-confidence in your kids.
The holiday season has come and gone. This year was a particular wonderful time for me. I spent many days entertaining people that are most special to me…it was my way to express love and appreciation towards them. During this vacation period, I got into my body, my mind and spirit even more. I allowed each encounter to be a full body experience. Now, I know this sounds sexual…but I mean it in a sensual manner. So what the heck am I trying to say?
It's officially the glitziest, glammiest, starriest time of the year—Awards Show Season. As A-listers make the rounds to accept Golden Globes and Oscars galore, we get to see them dressed to the nines in Versace, Alexander Wang, Valentino, etc. But that's just the beginning. Whether celebs walk the red carpet arm-in-arm with their rumored loves/co-stars, live-in partners or husband/wife, Hollywood's finest always offer up a different kind of eye candy for the keen observer: intriguing body language. Here, body language expert Dr.
The old adage goes that it’s not what we say but how we say it. Nowhere is that more evident than in our love lives. We communicate extensively with our body language, and, often, romantic disappointments occur when our voices speak one thing but our bodies signal another. We asked three experts for tips on how to observe the signals our bodies are conveying and how to be sure we’re sending the romantic messages we intend.
You know the look. That critical look you cast on your Sweetheart, that has little sweet in it and even less heart, the look that says “How can you just sit there on the couch when I’m running myself ragged in three different directions at once?”
These days, small talk isn't enough to determine if someone is into you, but you can rely on more innate signs based on a person's body language. Sure, a big, wide smile is a good starting point, but there are other telltale signs that can also tip you off as to whether your date is into you.