The Natural Approach to Attracting Women tickets
Naked Tea And Coffee, Brighton Sat 18th August 2012
Gain the social skills essential to meeting and attracting women with help from attraction coach Gary Gunn. Improve your attraction skills today!
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The Natural Approach to Attracting women is a talk hosted by Gary Gunn; the Social Attraction Academy founder who has several years' worth of experience in coaching men in this area.
The focus is on bringing out the attendees' natural attractive charm in a friendly and interactive environment, which they can then apply to their dating life.
Various subjects will be discussed during the course of the event on how to improve your dating successes, and attendees will be invited to ask questions and participate.
If you've ever asked yourself how it is some guys seem to have the ability to make the art of approaching women look easy, this one off event answers that and more. This unique and easy to understand event will enable you to instantly recognise and address areas of improvement specific to you.
By attending The Natural Approach, you will gain the tools not only essential to meeting and attracting women but also invaluable social skills you can apply at any time in any social environment.
You'll learn in detail everything you need to know when it comes to practicing The Natural Approach. Whether its gauging how best to begin a conversation whilst guaranteeing a great response from her, initiating the best body language to draw her to you or how to tell stories.
So book today and make The Natural Approach the only approach you'll ever need when it comes to winning where women are concerned.
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