You've met a girl online or in a bar and you think she's pretty cool, but you're trying to decide if you like her. Guess what? She's deciding if she likes you too. When approaching women, even before you have said a word she has already unconsciously put you into one of three categories:
- I Like Him
- I Don't Like Him
Here's what the three categories can mean for you:
Category #1: I like Him: If you happen to look or remind her of someone that she liked, dress in a certain way that she finds attractive or have a number of things in common with her, she'll likely group you in this category. If you find yourself here, now you have a heads up on everyone and when it comes to taking it to the next level it's up to you. If you're an "average" looking guy, you can expect to fall into this category about 10% of them time when meeting women.
Alex Greenberg of PriceDate.com, a new dating platform, said, "When a woman is initially attracted to you, that gets your foot in the door. Finding common ground and mutual interests will keep you there."
Category #2: I Don't Like Him: Have you ever met someone and for no apparent good reason you don't like them?
Women are the same way and for good measure most women throw unconfident men into the "don’t like" pile. Usually once you fall into this category, there's not much you can do to get yourself out. Having self confidence and being interesting is a good way to avoid getting put in the "don't like" or "friend zone" category.
Category #3: Undecided: About 80% of the time for average guys, they're going to fall in this category. Undecided can actually be a very good place to be, especially if you have some knowledge of seduction and chemistry. Because as long as you are in the undecided category you can work on creating the desire and attraction in a woman that you want, by beginning with a friendship and relating to her in areas that interest her.
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