One of the biggest sticking points many guys have in their quest to become more successful with women, is not knowing what to talk about when first meeting them. Make Small Talk Sexy by Bobby Rio is a product aimed at giving you the tools to create fun and engaging conversation so that you never again have to worry about not knowing what to talk about.
The course is comprised of eight audio lessons, averaging about an hour each, so there is plenty of content here. The first lesson is particularly useful, providing a ton of great ways to lead a conversation and keep it going, and why this is so important. Rio says at the beginning of the course that learning to become a good conversationalist is the single biggest thing you can do to improve the quality of your life. Since it impacts your life in so many ways - from meeting girls, to your career and making new friends - it's a critical skill to develop.
The good news is that out of all the things that will improve your success with women, upgrading your conversation skills is one of the quicker things you can work on. One of the things that Rio points out is that a lot of guys will tend to look for any sign a woman doesn't want to talk to them as an excuse to eject themselves from the interaction. And that since girls generally aren't going to give you signs that it's okay to escalate the conversation, you need to be comfortable in leading the conversation forward and shouldering that responsibility.
Value And Intention
The two key things that Rio stresses are the keys to your success are bringing value and having intent. These aren't new concepts in dating skills, but they are explained in an easy to understand and practical way. He defines value as the experience you bring to a woman in that particular moment, and then describes the three things you need to do to convey value. He also talks about how these things are more important than factors such as how much money you make, your job and other external factors that many men believe they need to have to attract women.
Because guys often think that women are impressed by money, material possessions and superficial status, their conversations usually involve a certain degree of bragging. I've witnessed this live many times and can actually see the woman start to lose interest the more the guy is trying to tell her what he has to offer. Instead, Rio shows you how you can create conversations that let you shine, but without seeming like you are bragging.
He also talks a lot about the importance of emotions, and the role they play in getting a woman interested in you. He uses some good analogies to help you understand how emotions will influence your behavior, and you should get a much clearer idea of why you need to focus on emotional elements when talking with women.
There's a story Rio tells a few times, and a lot of guys can probably relate to it. That he met a girl at a party one night and they shared a strong interest in the same topic. So they talked about it in depth, and since they had a great connection on this one topic he thought that the girl would just naturally be into him. But when he went upstairs later on he found her hooking up with a guy that she'd only just met, and it was a real kick in the guts for him.
As he now knows, there wasn't any emotional stimulation in his conversation with that girl, and nothing that made her feel attracted to him. It was just a friendly conversation. Guys fall into this trap all the time, and think that by sharing something in common with the girl she's going to realize how perfect they are for each other and suddenly become interested in him. This product will show you instead what creates attraction, and the kind of conversations that captivate women emotionally.
Knowing What To Say Next
Running out of things to talk about has likely happened to every guy at some point, and is a common fear for many men. Make Small Talk Sexy attempts to solve this issue through a number of different ways.
One of the best and most practical techniques from the whole course is how to use the current topic of conversation to segue into another. The example that Rio uses is discussing Charlie Sheen and what a train wreck he is. First, he gives three examples of how you could bring up this topic of conversation, in what he terms 'bidding a topic'. From there, he details six ways in which you can then use that topic to transition into another, and you could keep doing this until you find something that she really latches onto.
This is really fantastic advice, and if you learn how these principles work and make an effort to practice and master them, you'll be able to have free-flowing conversations whenever you like. The great thing about it is you can use these techniques to bring up virtually any topic of conversation you'd like, and it's a good example of how you can go from small talk into much more personal conversations.
Another area that is covered in depth is storytelling. There's solid advice on steps you can take to practice your storytelling skills, and the importance of having a handful of well honed stories. If you find yourself in the situation of being stuck for what to say next, having some reliable stories to tell can give you that extra bit of confidence. This isn't really about using scripted routines, but just acknowledging the fact that we tend to tell a few of the same stories repeatedly so it pays to structure them in a way that is interesting for other people to listen to.
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