It’s been a long time since I’ve made you an item in my own way, and I must admit I’ve missed it terribly. So, hang on, as here are tips to improve your social life.
Today’s article is aimed at all those who feel alone at the moment, and who are deeply drowned in an ocean of loneliness and melancholy.
As you know, here at Seduction By Kamal, we are interested in the social aspect of seduction much more than its technical and methodical side. Although beginners and seductive apprentices love ready-to-use techniques, it is our duty to frame them and show them that social dynamics are, by far, the fundamental element of personal development and, therefore, seduction.
Today, I would like to share with you 3 practical tips that will help you boost the quality of your lifestyle and your social life.
If you lead a shitty life, like a fucking no-life (who said geek?) living in a lost cave but equipped with the latest generation of PC, where you play WordCraft with your friends 24/7 while taking breaks by reading seduction articles here and there.
You shoot yourself in the head. And this is what we call dying slowly.
To succeed in life, whether professionally or in love, the basis of your success would be a solid and fulfilling social life, where you would have the ability to:
- It enables me to easily meet people and develop strong friendly relationships with them.
- Make quality friends who will inspire you and pass on their knowledge of life (by observing them).
- to learn to progress day after day, becoming an interesting, positive, and influential person to others.
- All this can be learned over time. And believe me, the day you put the improvement of social life at the top of your list of goals, you will be surprised to see your destiny take on a new destination, towards ultimate success, not only with women but in life in general.
Here are practical tips to apply to your lifestyle in order to develop yourself socially.
Going Out, Travelling, Flying Away!
I caught a travel fever just three years ago.
In the past, I was… wait for it… the biggest slacker in the family, and the biggest slacker among my friends.
As a child, I remember that my father, every time he offered a family outing or a short trip around the area during the weekends, would decline sharply. I mean, pathetically.
I loved to sit back and play console games by myself. At that time, there was no Internet, so the degree of geekery and no-life (eh? WTF?) was even less wild. There I was, quietly, in my room, playing Tetris and football games where the players were green triangles playing against red rectangles. Yes. I’m talking about Atari.
But as soon as I became interested in the art of living, I finally understood that I was on the wrong path. I then began to be more active and, above all, I began to adopt the “go-for-it” attitude when it came to making plans.
In high school, every time the school administration organized an excursion, I was the first to register. No way I’m missing a single trip! I had a lot of fun and learned a lot, on all levels:
I learned to make friends quickly, nothing by hiring them and taking an interest in their personal stories.
I also learned to distinguish between friends with bad company style, from those called: good friends. In fact, the more people you meet, the more you will develop a kind of Social Filter that allows you to systematically categorize friends who will not bring you anything, but trouble.
Finally, I had several social experiences that allowed me to become much more interesting, and much more pleasant, than a guy who plays with rectangles taking them for Roberto Baggio (before Beckham, he was my hero:))
By relating all this to seduction, you will quickly notice that by traveling more and discovering the world, you will have “what to tell” the girls you meet.
You will never need to spit out stories and routines that don’t belong to you, but rather, you will just tell the anecdotes you have lived through throughout your travels, adding a touch of suspense and excitement to it (you don’t tell a story by pulling the slice, you agree?) and you will therefore quickly be labeled as the sympathetic and interesting guy, in the eyes of your sweetheart (not to mention target).
If you’re considering making some changes to improve your social life, don’t hesitate! Small changes can make a big difference. Here are a few practical tips to get you started:
1. Make an effort to meet new people. Go to new places and strike up conversations with people you don’t know. It may feel awkward at first, but it will get easier with practice.
2. Work on your communication skills. Active listening, being a good conversationalist, and being an interesting person are all important things to work on.
3. Be positive and upbeat. Nobody wants to be around someone who is negative all the time, so make sure you bring positive energy into every interaction.
4. Be yourself! People are attracted to others who are genuine and authentic, so just be yourself and let your personality shine through.