The world is intimidating
With any luck, such actions will send out enough signals that say you want to be approached.
Once you have been, however, make sure that your conversation doesn’t make you seem too cool for school.
If your look and your imagined partner match up, be confident that you’re heading in the right direction.
When you’re ready to make an entrance, the way you physically address the room can really influence the way you’re perceived.
“I really like my work and I seem to be quite good at it” comes across much better than, say, “I’m the best department head they’ve ever had and I’ve constantly beaten all my targets.” Similarly, if you’re a super-brain, think twice before you whip out your MENSA membership card.
Don’t hide what you’re proud of, but don’t make it all you’re about either, and make sure that you leave space for him to contribute. Take a moment to appraise the situation and detach yourself from it enough to consider whether you’re coming across in the way you’re trying to.
Sure, if you have the face of Angelina Jolie and the body of Pamela Anderson, it’s going to take a little extra courage for a man to make his move.
If you’ve got your nose stuck in the air and your eyes squinted into the distance, you’ll look aloof.There’s a good and a bad way to reveal your finer qualities without ramming them down your potential partner’s throat.If, for example, you’re a high achiever at work, this is unlikely to be a threat if you can relay as much with a little humility.This is perfectly fine if you don’t want to be approached, but if you’re hoping to get a little bit of outside attention, play to the room.Show your warmth, flash your smile, uncross your arms and give the room some love.