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June 04, 2014 AT 4:54 PM
The hardest part of approaching women is figuring out what to say and how to talk to them. Pick-up artists will give you a set of one-liners they say will work wonders to successfully start a conversation with a girl. But what will you say after that? How will you remain yourself after starting with a line that didn't come from you in the first place? When approaching women it's important to remain genuine and true to yourself in the process and by forcing a one-liner that is not coming from you will definitely get detected by her radar. The method Marni provides, on the other hand, is far more adaptable to any circumstance and tailored to your personality because it doesn't really matter what you say but how you say it. It's a state of mind, a state of being and not just about a quick one-line. Marni teaches us OSA: Observation. Sharing. Asking. Observation - Make an observation about the world around you. The woman, the weather, the surroundings. i.e. At grocery store and seeing a woman loading up on food "That's a lot of food for a little lady" After an observational statement is made you will get 1 of 2 responses. 1. The woman will latch on to your observation and come back at you with a joking line of banter. This response is typically from more outgoing women. 2. The woman will stare at you, while she internally says to herself "What does this guy want from me?". Both responses can lead into either sharing or asking a question. Sharing - Share an opinion, experience, interesting fact or story about yourself pertaining to the observation. i.e. - "I was here about a week ago buying food for my weekly summer bbq and had a cart that looked similar to yours. I probably got about 30 stares from people thinking to themselves that guys a pig OR that guys in for a good time." This gives the woman a second to let her guard down and see that you are simply sharing and engaging in conversation with her NOT trying to get anything from her. Then you can lead into a asking a question. Asking - Make sure your questions are open ended and require more than a 1 or 2-word response. After you ask your questions, which will be opening up the conversation to her, LISTEN. OSA, is not a routine, it's a way of talking to women so that you can express yourself and let them have a sense of who you are. This is very important in communication with women. It's also a way to talk to women and focus on YOU and YOUR world, rather than attempting to jump into a woman's world right away. Now that you know OSA, it's time to try it out on your own. It will be challenging at first, but we promise if you keep practicing you will own it soon enough.