We all do it from time to time, and it makes us more attractive. What is it? Flirting!
Truth be told, there is a lot of science behind the art of flirting, and it is a study not to be ignored. Gaining social influence, winning over someone, and being seen as an attractive person are all achievements you can enjoy and improve upon by learning how to flirt. If you feel like a downright loser who can’t pick up chicks at a bar, or hold the interest of a hot guy, then a ‘flirtatious tune-up’ is just what you need. Like charisma, confidence, and charm, learning to flirt is a skill you can definitely pick up. Be confident singles because learning to flirt will improve your business skills and boost your social life!
How Learning To Flirt Can Develop Social Skills
Confident people flirt well, which means that most conversations with a person who is flirtatious are sure to be intriguing. While flirting may not be the most professional act in business, you can tone it down a bit and use the same energy to walk up to co-workers, bosses, and the people who will hire you for better paying jobs. You do want more money, right? As an added bonus, being a ‘flirt’.
There are several ways to use flirting in business. It may sound unprofessional, but if you look at why flirting is beneficial, then you will understand how it can be so powerful. Flirting is a close cousin of seduction, which are both psychological tools used in sales. Persuading someone to buy your product or service is a lot easier when you make the other person feel good. You can do this through flirting. Of course, you will want to keep it light. but you can use this tactic to get ahead.
In relationships, with friends or a significant other, flirting can lighten up a room, and make your interactions with people a lot smoother. Flirting genuinely makes people feel good, on both ends. One study finds that while you are flirting, your brain releases dopamine – a natural ‘feel good’ hormone in your brain. It is important to feel good and to help others feel good in the process. Flirting can ignite the flame you have with your crush, or even make you a more attractive single. It is a tool you can use in your tool belt.
Work on flirting at a bar, during a Meetup, or even to strangers at the grocery store. The key to attaining mastery is practice and exposure, so try, try, and try again. If you get rejected, know that this is only part of the practice, and let any rejection be a form of validation that you need to work on your skills. Work to make yourself into a good flirt to achieve better success in business, relationships, and your overall confidence. Get out there and do it. Good luck, my singles!
Danielle E. Brockman is a contributing writer for Secure Single LLC. Danielle has her own blog at eContently and you can connect with Danielle on LinkedIn.
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