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Conversation Topics: 10 Ways to Tell a Great Story

Building attraction is NOT about approaching a woman, saying a few lines and instantly seducing her. Instead it’s about knowing how to demonstrate higher value then using it to make girls attracted to you.

That’s why it’s important to understand WHAT makes women attracted to guys and HOW use this information to instantly build sexual chemistry with a girl you’ve just met.

The good news is there is a great technique you can use to show ALL your positive qualities WITHOUT a woman noticing what you’re doing.

It can be done by telling a good STORY.

Out of all your PUA routines, the stories you use can be AS important as your openers. If you know the RIGHT way to tell them, you’ll have an unfair advantage over other guys.

So what makes a good story?

Well a quality story has many elements. Unlike the stories you tell your friends and family, you MUST concentrate on specific things in order to demonstrate high status.

That’s why I’ve decided to list my 10 part “foolproof” system for creating stories that’ll attract women.

Element #1- Keep it simple stupid

When you tell stories, you must stick to the old adage- K.I.S.S. (Keep it simple stupid)

The usual venues for meeting women can be loud and crowded. Furthermore, girls in bars/clubs have short attention spans. All of these factors combine to create an environment that makes it hard to tell a story.

So the first thing to know about a story is to keep it short and to the point. (No longer then 1-2 minutes.) If it’s longer then a few minutes, then you have to edit it and ONLY keep the parts that are important.

Element #2- Use good material

The next element is easy. You have to make sure you use material which can be interesting to most women. (In other words, don’t tell anything that’ll offend or bore anybody)

Specifically, girls like hear about drama, adventure and anything humor humorous. So do yourself a favor and concentrate your stories on these specific topics.

Element #3- Demonstrate higher status

As I mentioned at the beginning of this post, a story should be told in a way which demonstrates YOUR high status. Any material you use has to briefly touch on the SPECIFIC qualities that women love about guys.

For instance, here are some qualities you should focus on:

• Preselected by women
• Leadership within your peer group
• An ability to take action
• Bravery in tough situations
• An adventurous and fun lifestyle
• Loyalty to your friends

Element #4- Be indirect NOT direct

I don’t mean you should start bragging about yourself. Instead you should use your storytelling to INDIRECTLY mention your positive qualities.

The best way to do this is to use language that vaguely demonstrates your positive qualities.

For instance, let’s pretend that you want to demonstrate that you’re “pre-selected” by attractive women.

You would NOT want to say something like:

“I have an ex-girlfriend who is model. In fact, I date LOTS of models. Anyway, I was hanging out with her at a photo shoot one day…”

Instead you want to something like this

“So get this, the other day I was hanging out with my ex at her photo shoot, when craziest thing happened…”

As you can see both statements say the same thing. But the later reveals that you often hang out AND date attractive women in a way that does NOT appear to be bragging.

Element #5- Hook them in

With every story, there will be ONE element that stands out from the other facts. In short, this will be part that HOOKS the listener in.

The hook should be a little nugget of information which is something out of the ordinary that people wouldn’t ordinarily hear during a conversation.

When you’re telling the story, the hook should be a statement during the first few sentences that’ll attract her attention and make her wonder where you’re going to go with it.

Element #6- The opening statement

Just like your opener, the first thing you say will set the WHOLE tone of the story.

When you first approach a group you should project fun and energy with your body language. This also the case when you tell stories to a group.

When you start a story, you must begin with a high level of energy and fun, THEN give a statement that is congruent to what you’re saying.

For instance, you start with something like:

“Holy crap, the weirdest thing happened to me yesterday…”

Element #7- Create conversation threads

A good story can set up HOURS of conversation topics. If told properly, it should reveal a lot of facts about your personality and background without sounding like you’re bragging.

That’s why it’s important to be a little vague and mysterious about what you’re revealing. Instead of coming out and telling things about yourself, you should introduce certain topics in a way that’ll naturally arise some curiosity from your audience.

For instance, you could say statements like:

• “So whenever I drive my car, I get the weirdest looks…” [Why is it weird looking]
• “Fortunately because of my job, I can do stuff at a moments notice…” [What type of job do you have]
• “Ever since my childhood, I’ve had this protective streak about women…” [What happened to make you this way]

Element #8- Learn to tell a story

In order to tell a good story, you should think of it as comedy routine. Just think of your favorite comedians. They probably ALL get laughs not through WHAT they’re saying, but more about HOW they do it.

To tell a good story, you have to learn how to pace and deliver the crucial elements. Often, it’s not about what you’re saying, it’s about how you deliver it.

Element #9- The payoff

A good story will always have a payoff. This is basically a statement that is similar to a “punch line” or at least indicates a conclusion.

While you don’t have to ALWAYS go for a big laugh, the payoff should let the group know that you’re done with the story

For instance, one of my favorite stories ends with:

“And that’s why I’ll NEVER drink tequila during a pub crawl!” [Trust me, this particular story ALWAYS gets a good laugh]

Element #10- Practice, practice, practice!

You will NOT tell a good story if you haven’t perfected ALL the details. That’s why it’s important to practice it till you know it cold!

A great illustration of this element can be found in the classic movie- Reservoir Dogs. In one scene, Mr. Orange practices telling a story that’ll be used when he’s talking to criminals.

In a particular memorable scene, Mr. Blonde, spends hours on a rooftop practicing every little detail of the story. It was only AFTER he practiced did he try to use it on a real audience.

Well there you have it…

Ten ways to tell the perfect story!

Remember that a good story contains many crucial elements. As a result, it’s important to sit down and create ones that use all the things I discussed in this post.

If used properly during the rapport and attraction building stage of your approach, you’ll be able to demonstrate high status in a very unique way. login
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