Summer Tour To Bucharest – 3 Key Learning Points
The first leg of our daygame summer tour took us to Bucharest, and what a breath-taking adventure we had from start to finish.
There were mind-blowing highs, startling discoveries and challenging obstacles, but we’ve all come back stronger and wiser.
Here are the 3 key learning points I have taken away from our time in the Romanian capital.
Summer Tour To Bucharest #1: Don’t Be Afraid To Fail
My first insight is that when we travel to a new country, it is imperative to recognise that there could be cultural and language differences and therefore we may need to adjust the way that we communicate slightly.
We taught on the dating coach course that this could involve slowing down when we talk, or by just simplifying our humour; basically it’s about adjusting to our environment and giving ourselves time to do this.
We can only learn by having a go and trying new things; in knowing that even if we get rejected, we will be able to learn from it for next time. It’s crucial that we don’t beat ourselves up if we are not having instant success, and remember that it may take a bit of time to acclimatise.
Summer Tour To Bucharest #2: Non-Verbal Communication
Because of the inevitable language difficulties we will encounter when abroad, our non-verbal communication is even more important, even more so with our pua text game approach.
This includes our body language, eye contact and vocal tonality. In fact, by getting our non-verbal communication right, the words we actually say have little importance.
We found that during our time in Bucharest the way that we are dressed also created a lot of attention from local women. We stood out from the crowd in a positive way because we were looking sharp and just having loads of fun.
Summer Tour To Bucharest #3: The Dramatic Pause
We taught on the pick up artist course that pausing at the right moments when we are speaking to a girl we like is a great way of demonstrating confidence and creating sexual tension.
All we have to do is stop talking, take our sunglasses off (whilst maintaining eye contact) and then resume speaking again. We discovered that when we pause using a prop like sunglasses, we feel much more comfortable and we can hold the pause for longer.
Whenever we go away somewhere new we have to keep in mind that the culture might be different and we may need to adjust accordingly, but when doing this our subtle non-verbal communication is even more powerful.
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