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30 ways of making her smile

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45 Things You Can Learn Online for Free! You know what I love about the Internet? You can find courses, tutorials and lessons for almost anything – and many of them are free. Are you interested in learning to crochet or designing your own website but don’t know when you’ll have the time? Have you thought about taking up an instrument or learning to dance but can’t afford the cost of a class? Would you like to perform a few simple repairs but have no clue where to start? Web Design from Scratch – Your Complete Guide to Web Design.Learn to Crochet – From the Lion Brand yarn company.Learn to Draw Portraits – I couldn’t draw my way out of a paper bag. This list isn’t complete by any means. Share This Post:

Reading her body language: Is she interested - Syncrat Publishing When it comes to body language, it does not matter whether she is interested in you. You will attract her attention if you do not play it too needy. If you look out for these signs, you will be able to tell if you are making progress. Her lips: Big smiles with upper and lower teeth showing with a relaxed face. Her eyes: She gazes in your eyes with deep interest and her pupils are dilated. Her hair: She pushes her fingers through her hair. Her clothing: If she is wearing clothes that show her nipples underneath and you notice they are getting perky and erect. While she is seated: She moves in time to the music, with her eyes on you. Her hands: She exposes the palms of her hand facing you. Her voice She raises or lowers the volume of her voice to match yours. Miscellaneous: She mirrors your body language and body positions. When talking to a girl, these are some of the more important signs to watch for: Can you keep conversation going with her? Signs of the wrong topic

Good Questions to Ask Your Girlfriend Good Questions to Ask Your GirlfriendWelcome to Good Questions to Ask Your Girlfriend Asking great questions always opens up interesting conversation. If you can get them telling stories that relate back to the answers you will have endless good times. So enjoy yourself and ask away. Strange Interesting Fact QuestionsDo you have any scars I don’t know about? What's your favorite animal? How many pairs of shoes do you own? You wouldn’t be caught dead being seen where? What is your favorite makeup item? Do you have any hidden talents? What do you have in your purse? Can you fake any accents? What's the first thing you notice about guys? Most hated chore on the household chore list? Name two things you consider yourself to be really good at. Which kind of kittens do you hate the most? Name two things you consider yourself to be really bad at. Ever had a membership in the mile high club? Do you like children? Is there anything you absolutely refuse to do under any circumstances?

Body Language and Flirting - Blifaloo Interesting Info -> Body Language -> Flirting Body Language (part 1) Quick Jump: General Signs of Flirting | Male Flirting | Female Flirting Also See: Body Language Resources | Decoding Male Body Language Updated March 21st - 2012. New resources, information, books and links added. Only 7% of communication is verbal communication. (see note) 38% of it depends on our intonation, or the sound of our voice. The largest chunk of communication is body language, which takes up the remaining 55%. The impression we make on others starts not when we first open our mouth, but with our posture, breathing, appearance, and movement. Art and Science of Flirting and Body Language The art of flirting is expressed with gestures and subtle actions - also known as body language. This artful dance makes it possible for strangers to become comfortable with each other, even at their first exchange of words. Eye Contact and Triangulation Body language reflects our emotional interest in various ways. Bored?

The Art of Asking Questions - Ron Ashkenas by Ron Ashkenas | 1:39 PM August 30, 2011 How well do you ask questions? From my experience, most managers don’t think about this issue. After all, you don’t usually find “the ability to ask questions” on any list of managerial competencies; nor is it an explicit part of the curriculum of business schools or executive education programs. But asking questions effectively is a major underlying part of a manager’s job — which suggests that it might be worth giving this skill a little more focus. We’ve all experienced times when we’ve failed at being good questioners, perhaps without realizing it. This is not an isolated incident. There are three areas where improved “questioning” can strengthen managerial effectiveness; and it might be worth considering how you can improve your skills in each one. First is the ability to ask questions about yourself. Second is the ability to ask questions about plans and projects. Finally, practice asking questions about the organization.

40 Photo-Illustrated Questions to Refocus Your Mind Asking the right questions is the answer… It’s not the answers you get from others that will help you, but the questions you ask of yourself. Here are 40 thought-provoking questions to help you refresh and refocus your thinking: Please share your thoughts with us in the comments section below. Also, check out our sister site, Thought Questions, for more photo-illustrated questions like these; and check out The Book of Questions if you’re interested in reading even more inspiring, thought-provoking questions.Title photo by: Helga Weber For all other photo credits please refer to ThoughtQuestions.com Related 40 Questions Everyone is Afraid to Ask Judge a man by his questions rather than his answers. April 13, 2012 In "Aspirations" 40 Questions that Will Quiet Your Mind Judge a person by their questions, rather than their answers … because asking the right questions is the answer. August 5, 2015 In "Happiness" 25 Photo-Illustrated Reminders to Help You Find Happiness

Making Your Dream Job Come True Goldman Sachs' Mark Tercek left a senior investment banking position for his dream job. How he did it and how you can do the same When I was asked by BusinessWeek.com to write about what makes a dream job, I first thought about describing my own job. I love what I do! After deciding such a column would be a little egotistical, I made a list of friends and clients and asked myself which one had a dream job. To me, a dream job does not mean a job with lots of money or status. What is your job, and how is it a dream job for you? I am a managing director at Goldman Sachs, and I have two primary responsibilities in areas of great interest to me personally. Before taking on this role, I had worked as an investment banker at Goldman Sachs for more than 22 years. How did you get your job? I wanted to switch gears and focus on new activities. My involvement in the firm's environmental initiatives had more to do with luck and being in the right place at the right time. How can people reach you?

A Girl-Melting Move Every Man Should Know You see a lot of advice for picking up women given by guys- as resident femme on site, I’m here to tell you that this situation is fundamentally flawed. I’m not saying that a man will lead you wrong, but what you’re going to get is a lot of different approaches that work for different types of guys. At the end of the day, a lot of what you try isn’t going to match up with your personal style, and putting it into practice is going to burn harder than napalm in your shorts. There’s a lot of debate over whether being the nice guy or the bad boy is going to work better, but the reality is we gals can be selfish, confusing, and we want the perfect mix of both at any given time. The beauty of this pick up is that it is literally on the move- it fits any situation, can be practiced anywhere, on any woman, and with any intentions. Here’s why this works: we’re hard wired to be attracted to confidence and dominance. Where do you go from here? (Photo: graur codrin) Got something to say?

The Secret to Dealing With Difficult People: It's About You - Tony Schwartz Do you have someone at work who consistently triggers you? Doesn’t listen? Takes credit for work you’ve done? Wastes your time with trivial issues? Acts like a know-it-all? Can only talk about himself? Our core emotional need is to feel valued and valuable. This is especially true when the person you’re struggling with is your boss. “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely,” Lord Acton said way back in 1887. The easy default when we feel devalued is to the role of victim, and it’s a seductive pull. The problem with being a victim is that you cede the power to influence your circumstances. Each of us has a default lens through which we see the world. The Lens of Realistic Optimism. Making this distinction allows you to stand outside your experience, rather than simply reacting to it. The Reverse Lens. It’s nearly certain that the person you perceive as difficult views the situation differently than you do. The Long Lens. My last boss fired me.

19 Awesome Things To Say After Sex 1. Your body is SO YES. 2. You just massaged me from the inside. 3. Happy Tuesday. 4. Plus: 13 Humorous Alternatives To “It’s Not You, It’s Me” 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Plus: 15 (Hilarious, Kind Of Sad, But Also True) Signs It’s Time To Get Laid 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Plus: 23 Reasons To Date A Midwesterner 15. 16. 17. 18. Plus: Pickup Lines For Your Waiter Or Waitress That Will Actually Work 19.

The Most Important Question You Can Ask - Tony Schwartz by Tony Schwartz | 8:52 AM February 9, 2012 Why are you here? It’s arguably life’s most important question, but is it one you ask yourself? I recognize it’s a question some people might view as self-indulgent, while others would see it primarily through a religious lens. But is there any part of an answer we could all agree on? I’ve found a very simple one for myself, and it’s provided me in recent years with an increasingly powerful sense of clarity, inspiration and even joy. I use up resources every day — the gas I burn driving my car, the heat and electricity for my house and office, the food I eat. I spent the first 45 years of my life accruing value — trying to earn enough money to feel financially secure, sufficient success to feel respected, and enough relationships to feel safe and loved. To the extent that I felt I didn’t have enough, I didn’t imagine I had a choice about how to live my life. I believe in the law of reciprocity. I’m inspired by her. I fall short, frequently.

Social Skydiving: The Art of Talking to Strangers I’ve travelled all over the world, from New York to Cape Town, Rio de Janeiro to Tokyo. I’ve had the privilege of working with brilliant minds. A few years ago I learned French, and mastered the language well enough to speak in horrible slang with a fully authentic accent. I bought my first house not even 72 hours after my first ever house-shopping expedition, and only hours before I was due on a plane to Australia. But the single most exhilarating thing I’ve ever done was to make a habit of talking to strangers. Nothing has changed my world view, and my life, more than taking the risk of saying “Hi” to people I don’t know on a regular basis. How to Become a Social Skydiver I can’t help but geek out on almost everything I do. Figure out what you want. How to Approach People I prefer to keep my conversations fairly organic. What you say isn’t nearly as important as how you say it. That’s okay. What I’ve Learned from Talking to Strangers People don’t bite. One Approach a Day

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