Friday, December 21, 2007

Tips for approaching women

By David Wygant
What do you do when you see a woman you are attracted to? Do you run and hide? Do you use some canned line that you read on the Internet? Do you stand there in fear trying to think of the right thing to say? What is the right thing to do?

When approaching a woman, most guys make the mistake of thinking too much about what to say. They believe there's one magic line that will work in all situations. They rehearse this magic line, and when they deliver it, they hope the woman will become instantly attracted to them.
Unfortunately, rarely does this approach work -- because most of what you say is irrelevant. To catch a woman's attention, it is all about the confidence you display when approaching her.

Here are 10 surefire ways to intrigue her every time:
1. Observe something. Make a comment about something you observe in the environment. This is especially effective at the grocery store. For example, if she is ordering a turkey sandwich, ask her if the turkey is good here.
Make your comment immediate to the situation
Make your comment immediate to the situation and it will seem perfectly natural. No matter where you are, there is always something interesting to comment on.
2. Smile. This shows her that you are friendly and confident. A genuine smile not only feels good to you, but will put her at ease while creating openness in the interaction -- a requirement for building rapport.
3. Do not hesitate. If you hesitate in your approach, this tells her that you are not feeling confident -- an immediate turn-off. When you see her, walk over to her within a short period of time (the three-second rule). Show her you are a man who knows what he wants and goes after it.
4. Positive body language. If you approach hunched over with your head down, you are sending negative information about yourself, which makes you dead in the water before you begin. Stand up straight, with shoulders back and chest out, and use a firm yet relaxed walk.
5. Not too fast. If you walk over too fast, you could likely trigger her internal alarm. A calm, casual approach is usually the best way to make her feel at ease with you.
6. Keep eye contact. Never be the first to break eye contact when you approach. If you do, this sends the message that you are not feeling good about approaching. When you use strong eye contact, she will feel more drawn to you. With practice, you can master this.
7. Listen up. Make sure you pay careful attention to what she says. Do not have your response pre-thought out. Women love a man who pays attention to the details of what she says. If you start throwing out random words, she will lose interest fast.
8. Do not fidget. Fidgeting after you approach is distracting and shows you are uncomfortable. If you communicate that you are uncomfortable, she will feel uncomfortable, too, and will close up. Practice being aware of your movements. Pay attention to those movements, or lack of movements, that communicate comfort and confidence.
9. Lighten your tone of voice. The tone of your voice is a very powerful tool. Approaching her in a light and playful tone is one of the best ways to start. You could also begin in a serious tone, accusing her of something like "
I hope you saved some turkey for me
I hope you saved some turkey for me," followed by a quick smile to let her know you are joking. Practice playing with your vocal tone with your friends -- notice the different reactions you get when you say the exact same thing using varied tones and fluctuations.
10. Lean away from her. A man who leans in too far when he talks often makes a woman feel crowded. A better approach is to lean away from her slightly. This lets her know that you respect her space, boundaries, and are comfortable with yourself.

The key to making these tips work for you is putting them into practice! Practice these tips and see the reaction you get. When you put them all together, you will be surprised at their power.

Tuesday, October 2, 2007


Don’t trade: stock traders are constantly on their toes. If you can’t do that, don’t trade.

Thinking long-term: it is an age-old investment rule, but it still carries a ring of truth: stocks outperform all assets classes over the long-term.

Diversity: a crisis can destroy any market in the short term. Therefore, diversify across assets.

Invest regularly: a castle was not built in a day. Likewise, fortunes are made over the long term.

Set goals: a regular savings habit can make it easier to achieve life’s target.


MSN announced last month that it would provide radio service on its India portal. The satellite-based digital radio service provider WorldSpace would assist MSN in this connection. But one has to pay for the service! Subscribers to the MSN-WorldSpace service will get 24 hours, 7 days access to five WorldSpace stations for a monthly fee of roughly $9.95.

Monday, October 1, 2007


The world’s first test tube quadruplets (four children) born at a single birth) were born on January 6, 1984 at the Royal Women’s Hospital in Melbourne, Australia. According to Dr Andrew Spiers, leader of the surgical team, it was the first time the mother had carried all four successfully.


The biggest disease today is not leprosy or tuberculosis, but rather the feeling of being unwanted, uncared,, for and deserted by everybody. The greatest evil is the lack of love and charity, the terrible indifference towards one’s neighbour who lives at the roadside assaulted by exploitation, corruption, poverty and disease.


Louis Braille, blind from the age of three, was first a pupil, then a teacher in the Blind children’s institution in Paris, France. In 1829, at the age of 20 he published an adaptation of a system of embossed writing invented by Captain Charles Barbier, a French Military Officer. In 1834, Braille modified the system. In 1854 Braille system was officially recognized.


The greatest joy: giving
The greatest loss: loss of self-respect
The most satisfying work: helping others
The ugliest personality trait: selfishness
The most endangered species: dedicated leaders
Our greatest natural resource: our youth
The greatest ‘shot in the arm’: encouragement
The greatest problem to overcome: fear
The most effective sleeping pill: peace of mind
The most crippling failure disease: excuses
The most powerful force in life: love
The most dangerous pariah: a gossip monger
World’s most incredible computer: human brain
The worst thing to be without: hope
The deadliest weapon: tongue
Two most power-filled words: I can
The greatest asset: faith
The most worthless emotion: self-pity
The most prized possession: integrity
The most beautiful attire: smile
The most powerful channel of communication: pray
The most contagious spirit: enthusiasm

ISO 22000

ISO 22000:2005 is the international standard on food safety management systems-requirements for any organization in the food chain published by the International organization for Standardization (ISO) in September 2005. ISO 22000 provides a number of advantages to improve food safety management systems.