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What is Flirtology?

Flirtology is a science-based method of teaching flirting. Using scientific research, and proven flirting techniques, I can help anyone to become a Fearless Flirter.

I have helped thousands of others, and I can help you too. Are you ready to take a major fork in the road, which will positively affect the rest of your life? Welcome to Flirtology!


Recovering from a Bad Date

  1. Be logical; you will not match with everyone, and this was one of those people.
  2. It’s a numbers game; the more people you meet with whom you have commonality and proximity, the higher your chances of success.
  3.  Look at what went wrong, and if there is anything that you would do differently next time.
  4. Don’t let others define your self worth; you don’t meet others with the hopes they will validate you and make you feel good. That’s *your* job.
  5. Don’t latch on to your mind chatter. It’s not correct, it’s just noisy!

Why you are not Meeting Anyone

I have spoken before about how you will meet someone – doing things you love, whilst in a good mood. And, I always meet lovely people this way. But others’ don’t seem to take advantage of this and, instead, do internet dating, or believe there is no one out there. Let me give you a few examples of what I mean.

I love tennis. Some of my private clients love tennis. A few months ago, as part of a brainstorming session on where they could meet like-minded people, whilst doing things they love, 3 of them and I signed up for a tennis weekend. It was great fun! At the end of the last session, the 3 women and I were sitting around having coffee. They were bemoaning the fact that there were ‘no men’ on the course. I looked at them in disbelief. None of them had met the amazing ‘Charlie’. Not only had he and I met, but I had his phone number, and we had already arranged to play tennis the following weekend. I turned it into a doubles match, so the women could get to know him. (He is now dating one of them!)

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Are Extroverts Luckier in Love?

I love the Smith’s. On Friday night, I went to hear the, very good cover band, The Smyths. Not only did I have an amazing time, but I was hit on by fake Johnny Marr, and I met a woman who is a TED speaker’s coach. She’ll be arriving at my place shortly, to help me prepare for my Tuesday TEDx talk. Now, I’d say that was a good night out!

Richard Wiseman, a British psychologist, wrote a book called, The Luck Factor. He wanted to explore if some people were just born lucky, or if they were doing something different than everyone else. He found it was the latter. Extroverts, were the ‘luckiest’ people. The reason is that they had more contact with people, and shared what was going on in their lives.

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