Get Any Guy To Approach You With This 1 Simple Trick

In this week’s video I want to show you how to get any guy to approach you.

He can be on the other side of the room…

You don’t have to say a word…

You don’t have to risk rejection…

And it’s so ridiculously simple, when I show you, you’re going to wonder why you haven’t been doing this all along.

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  • Oh, man… Some people in this blog just need to relax… Relax!!! Stop over-analysing everything people do. Who can stand that?

  • I’m currently in a relationship, so I won’t be trying this any time soon…… but it’s interesting, and if I were single, I might do it if the time and place felt right.

    Normally I prefer the man to make the first move, I’m just more comfortable that way. However, having met my bf on a dating site after he looked up my profile and contacted me—he’s asked me from time to time if I had seen his profile and why I didn’t contact him (first).

    I thought that was pretty interesting, but it’s not my nature to make the first move, even tho I didn’t see his profile first, he saw mine first. But he actually seemed bothered by the fact that if I had seen him, he would have liked me to msg him. (I guess times have changed?)

    For those ladies that are comfy with the wave–bravo! Nothing wrong with that. I think it’s just about working with what feels right to you. If it’s not your thing, maybe try to find something that you are comfy with. I liked JJ’s trip to the restroom idea, just don’t do it too often. I once had a guy (and eventually we connected and dated for a lengthly time) who actually said to me “I’ve seen you running to the restroom often, I was thinking maybe you had some kind of problem” (HAHAHA!) Oh well, it made for a good laugh.

  • I tried this waving over just yesterday. It was really great, I had eye-contact with a guy for a while and then just waved him over and he waved me back over. I waved him over for three times, in about two hours, but he just didn’t come, till I finally went home. What can I do when something like this happens? Should I go over to him? Because, if he doesn’t have any interest, he would stop playing this game with me, wouldn’t he?

    1. Don’t bother wasting time thinking about it. If he’s a decent guy who’s interested, he will come over. If he’s narcissistic or not interested much, his waving back was just polite. Let it go. You dodged a bullet. Try again. :)

  • well guess what ? I met a guy who was super hot !he was looking at me a lot times !! as we were waiting to be serve in a take away shop , I looked him once but as he was continuously looking at me , I turned my back pretending to look something else as I Was feeeling so bad ,but regret to not look at him as I was supposed to do , so i missed an opportunity to speak with him :(

    “I’m going to just go home and watch Family Guy” … !!??
    Bwahahahaaaaa!!! No. Just no. LOL
    you crack me up!
    Cannot wait to meet you in New York
    This Sunday!!

  • Matt, this clip it’s so cute and funny!! I had a good laugh thanks to you!! And, I’ll practice your trick one day… Hopefully soon enough… Instead of going home and watch Netflix all night…(sigh) ;) lol

  • Matthew,

    You are ABSOLUTELY RIGHT! One of my friends does it all the time, and works every time. The first time I did that to a really hot guy and when he came over I was like “oh crap. It worked!!” Helps even the shyest guys to approach.

  • I just got butterflies listening to this…I have been single for so long and all hope of meeting anyone was very distant for lack of knowing how..! Anyway, there is this guy at the gym who I am quietly attracted to and have noticed when I look up he is looking at me and vice versa. This has been going on for quite some time, one time I decided I was going to be brave and after he went into another part of the gym, I counted to ten and followed! When he saw me he gave me the biggest (most gorgeous) smile and carried on working out. I felt like a stalker and still nothing became of it. Listening to this I had a moment of confidence and thought next time I will wave him over..however I’m not too sure if this is a good idea..??

  • I thought I had found a great guy, i normally have a hard time trusting but this time it was easy. He was very clearly into me and it was mutual. He spoke of our future and everything made me believe this could be the man I want to spend my life with. I met some of his friends and he some of mine. Then he was telling me work got busy, and he was sick. The texts became a lot less frequent… Hours and days would pass and It felt like something would change. I asked him to call me and twice I explained how j felt and he reassured me and said it really was work, and acted like he was having a bear breakdown. I felt bad for him and tried giving him space, days passed and I struggled whether to stay or end things but I really loved him so I gave him the benefit of the doubt and then one Friday night I get a text from a friend, he was online on tinder. I felt like my heart was ripped out of my chest and I could barely breathe. I tried calling and texting and he didn’t answer me. I haven’t seen him since. This has been very hard to get over. I still believe in love but I am so afraid to get hurt again. How can I put my all into something, trust and love but protect myself? I saw zero red flags.

  • Hi Matt! following your great advice, and the unthinkable happened, I was in my local bar I had supposed to meet someone there, well they didnt show up so I got so depressed. I was unbearable, and the most gorgeous man of my dreams was in the bar. I had the pleasure of meeting him, and then I left without saying goodbye and i’ve been regretting it for nearly 2 weeks now and I’m scared to go back to the pub because I dont want to seem desperate!Ps I’ve lost my phone number could I have Jamisons??

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