How to Talk to an Attractive Stranger and Get Their Phone Number So You Can Setup a Date With Them Later

February 17th, 2021

Wouldn’t it be great if you could walk up to anyone you found interesting or attractive, chat with them for a short period of time, and then walk away with their phone number, knowing you could get in touch with them again to arrange another meet up where you could get to know each other better?

Would you believe that it’s very easy to do this when you know how?

Think about what kind of power having this skill would give you in your life. You could meet new people easily and expand your social network whenever you wanted to, instead of relying on fluke occurrences or being forced to be by yourself.

If this is something you would love to learn how to do, I’m about to share the exact steps you need know to make it become a reality in your life. Then it’s just a matter of practicing until you perfect the approach.

Obviously, isn’t the first step to get the other person talking?

And how do you do that other than making the first move by opening your mouth?

But how do you do that?

What do you say?

Well, a great way is to be aware of your surroundings, the environment you’re in, and what’s in it and what’s happening in it.

Why?

Because these are things the two of you will be sharing in common. They’re things the both of you can relate to, and connections are quickly formed when we have shared experiences with each other.

This is the raw material you have to work with.

So you simply start by making a comment about something in your experience or by asking them a question about it.

This can be anything from what the person is wearing or doing to any kind of interesting object on the counter, if you’re in a store or something.

Make a comment.

Or ask a question.

That’s it.

Then the ball’s in their court.

That’s your first step. The purpose is to open the other person up and to get them to start talking to you.

And guess what’s going to happen next?

They’re likely going to start revealing personal information about themselves and their lives, but you might have to dig a little for it if they give you a short answer. No worries. Just keep the conversation flowing.

The second step is to find something personal about them, like a hobby or an interest they’re into and then demonstrate an interest in it by asking more questions about it and relating your own personal stories when they apply.

So as they’re responding to your comment or question, listen for cues you can use to lead you there.

What’s a cue?

It’s simply a small mention a person makes that glimpses into their lives.

Let’s use an example...

Suppose you want to get a cashier’s phone number so you can meet up with her for coffee later. The counter is filled with lottos.

“Hey, what’s the largest amount of money you’ve seen someone win off these lotto cards?” you might say.

“$1000.”

“$1000!? Geez, what would you do if you won that much?”

“Hmmm ... probably go downhill skiing ... like every single day.” Laughs.

“Ah! You’re big into downhill skiing, huh? I go occasionally. Which is your favourite hill?”

“Probably Skylar Resort.”

“Cool, I’ve been there once.”

Step two is all about building comfort and rapport. The point is to demonstrate to them that you’re socially savvy and know your way around a conversation. Once that’s been accomplished, it’s time to move to the next step.

For the final step, you just want to telegraph your exit and make your request by giving the person a reason to meet again.

For example, “Well, I should probably get on with my day. But hey, do you feel like grabbing a coffee sometime so we could talk more about skiing? Perhaps you can give me some great pointers. And who knows, maybe we’ll end up being ski partners one day.”

“Um, sure. Okay.”

“Great! What’s your number?”

Once you get the person’s number, simply leave and then call them back a couple of days later to setup the date.

Simple.

 

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