body language

The Key to Confidence Lies With Your Body

When I work with my clients, I tell them one very specific thing. Confidence is an emotion -- and emotion comes from motion. Motion in this case, is physically doing things that can trigger a confident emotion.

This was something I learned on my own when I was out at social venues. I started to notice that when I did certain things, it sparked a chemical rush in my body that I later evaluated as confidence. I also knew there had to be some science behind this theory. Now I have the video to prove it.

Thanks to my buddy, Sunny for sending this to me -- an amazing presentation by Amy Cuddy on how your body language shapes who you are. This is guaranteed to be one of the better things you'll watch this year.

Nights with Steve: Approaching Women

The other night, I went out with Steve. To prevent outing who Steve is, I won’t reveal any specifics or logistics of where we went but only one thing is important here.

There were a lot of women around.

What’s always funny to me is seeing the kinds of excuses guys will make, holding them back from approaching women. Here is a sample of excuses I heard that night.

How Much Do Looks Affect Your Success With Women

You hear some experts say your looks have no connection with your success with women.

I’m sorry to burst their bubble but they’re wrong. Let’s take a look.

What does science say?

Many studies have shown qualities of attraction are completely different between men and women. Men are attracted to a woman’s physical qualities, while women are to a man’s behavioral qualities.

Where does biology play a role?

Tip Tuesday: Knowing Flirting From Friendly

Believe it or not, this one is a piece of cake.

Every Tuesday, we ask people from Team Wingman & Twitter what they would like me to talk about. It could be a general topic or a direct question. I’ll choose the best one and later that day, I’ll write something and give tips addressing that topic or question.

This week’s question: How can you distinguish between a woman simply being polite, and actually wanting to talk to you?

Body language.