How to talk to women pt2
Just perhaps treat them as an equal, somebody to show intrest in, someone who has obviously worked hard to get into the position they now have,ask them about their job, and career and lots more.
Listen to what they say, and remember theyre just like a man without any testicles.
Ps best not to mention charity giving and facebook.Posted 4 years ago
seavers – Member
Are you as nervous speaking to ‘power’ men?
Actually yes. Despite being a 20 year career professional I am told that I am naive to my own standing in the business – and this manifests itself in not knowing what to say / how it would be received by my seniors when I’m outsider comfort zone.Posted 4 years ago
That’s right, women perceived to be higher ranked / more expert / more successful than i – in fact anyway you wish to describe it.
Am I now being told we can’t hold a higher respect for someone becuase they are female? Surely that implication is more sexist than you are claiming I’m being.Posted 4 years ago
so need some advice about socialising after work with power women without coming across (excuse the pun) that I’m only interested in thier chest/arse/etc
I don’t know man…seems like this is getting way too messy.
I’m just giving you my thoughts…you asked for em!Posted 4 years agokudos100Member
so need some advice about socialising after work with power women without coming across (excuse the pun) that I’m only interested in thier chest/arse/etc when left on my own to be “entertaining” with such a lady.
So if the woman is a lowly minion then you crack on with staring at her arse and tits?Posted 4 years ago
I’m confident I’ve only spotted one thread on this subject…
So this isn’t a chat-up thread, its a “how to be socially-business acceptable”.
It appears I’m a bit coy and reluctant where confident women are concerned, so need some advice about socialising after work with power women without coming across (excuse the pun) that I’m only interested in thier chest/arse/etc when left on my own to be “entertaining” with such a lady.
This is a bit tongue in cheek (again, excuse the pun), but I’m interested in your thoughts nevertheless…Posted 4 years agoadjustablewenchMember
Ha ha ha you boys make me laugh – this thread makes me think of a robert winston type program when they were looking at differences between male and female behaviours.
In a nut shell we both check out the opposite sex but women are more discreet (manage to keep our tounges in our mouths perhaps!?) .
The real issue is you confidence – learn the art of small talk, im sure there’s enough basic networking tips out there online. We are all human you just chat till you find common ground to discuss
But maybe i shouldnt comment as I might not be a power woman – I can get up big hills does that count? 😀Posted 4 years agosamuriMember
Girls are like boys but they don’t like talking about as much cool stuff. 😉
Honestly, don’t focus on the fact you’re entertaining. Just talk about normal stuff you’re interested in. If they don’t seem interested then change the subject, find out what they’re interested in, be interested.
I really like finding out about business people. Some of them are as dull as anything once you get behind the facade. All they have in their lives is work. Sadly these are the most difficult ones to talk to. The more interesting people will let something go about their personal lives and then you’ve got something to discuss.
“Oh, you like searing the nipples off badgers? Awesome, tell me all about it”, then you pretend to look interested while they waffle on. It’s just like being married.Posted 4 years agobearnecessitiesSubscriber
Grab her norks and say “honk honk”, then get it out on the table.
Failing that, just maintain eye contact and talk normally???! If she bores you; glaze over and make excuses. If she’s entertaining, just enjoy the chat.
I may not understand the OP though; I am a bit confused by it….really, not in a smart-arse manner, I am genuinely confused by the scenario.
Chatting to very attractuve ladies can be challenging; makes you go a bit tetchy. However, a man or woman’s position in X company has never made a difference to me.
I could be odd though.Posted 4 years ago
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