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A way to start a conversation with a women

Updated on July 6, 2007

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Want to know the secret on how to start a conversation with a woman?

Well if you're like most guys, then you probably have some trouble with this area of your dating life. In fact, it's been reported that over 80% of men have trouble with being able to initiate a conversation with girls. This means that you're probably on the MANY guys who experience difficulties with talking to women.

Fortunately this problem can be easily fixed without resorting to using a pick-up line. Let me explain...

The simple truth is if you want to learn how to start a conversation with a woman then you have to use what's known as an opener. An opener involves approaching a woman with an topic that that quickly attracts her interest and attention. Basically it's a way to get her talking while displaying high status.

Now an opener differs from pick up lines because they avoid the tacky and *sleazy* aspect of these conversation starters. When you use a pick up line you end up looking like a moron. On the other hand when you use an opener, you'll look like a guy who has an interesting story or question.

The best opener to use is to ask to approach a group and ask their OPINION. All you have to do is take a funny story and then tie a question around it. The *opinion opener* works well because:

1) All women love giving their opinion

2) When you use this opener, you're not being obvious about "trying to pick women up"

3) You can tell an interesting story which increases your status

4) Their answers can be used to seed other topics of conversation

Now there is ONE golden rule for using an opinion opener. Whenever you approach a group of women, you should make sure your conversation starter is an open-ended question. Your goal is to get them to talk and be happy that you approached them with an interesting question.

So obviously this opener should never involve a simple YES or NO answer. If you approach women with a one word answer to a question, then you'll have little chance of building a conversation.

So there you have it. The best method for how to start a conversation with a woman.

When use an opener, you're starting a conversation in a funny manner. Believe me, if you spend a couple of hours asking the opinion of women, you'll discover lots of them will want to talk to you. Then you use this conversation to increase attraction and get their number.


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