o I’ve been seeing similar topics come up a lot lately on YouTube and that’s why I’ve decided to write something from my own thoughts and experience on this. In this write up I’m going to discuss reading people; knowing who to trust and who not to trust.
It’s kind of a pain having to go up to people you know and ask them if someone is trustworthy – so why not become effective with your own judgement. So below I’ve listed my own set of rules and concepts on how I stay out of, sometimes dangerous situations, by making good judgements about people…
1) Focus on where their attention is or where their eyes are.
Some say eyes are the gateway to the soul. This is somewhat true and more like the gateway to someone’s intentions. You can tell if someone is a good person to keep around by seeing how much they are looking at the current person they talk to. If they are constantly breaking eye contact and looking at others when that person talks, then they probably don’t have anyone but their own best interests in mind.
2) Pay attention to body language.
Does the person you’ve just met walk like a thug or like a normal person?
Do they come across cocky, maybe tilt their head to the side or have a condescending energy about them?
These things are other indications that you might not be around a cultured person. When I say cultured, I mean someone that has had a respectable upbringing and does not have any malicious intentions.
3) Engaged or not in engaged in conversation.
When you talk, does it seem like someone is ignoring you?
Are you being cut off often by a certain somebody?
These are telltale signs that someone doesn’t like you that much. If you see this, then I suggest keeping your distance and making new friends.
4) Level of genuine interest.
A great way to see that someone cares about what your saying is when they ask you questions related to details in whatever you are talking about. If you meet someone like this, that you don’t think is weird, then you should keep them around. They are most likely people with good energy and someone you can have a good time with.
5) Pay attention to micro-expressions.
I’m going to list 2 of the most common facial reactions or looks I look out for below…
Disgust: Squinted eyes and backing away in an almost upward motion. This usually happens as a motor response to hearing information someone doesn’t agree with.
Delight: Eyes widen and people move towards you slightly in a somewhat submissive manner. This usually happens when you are behaving in an attractive manner; whatever that may be. If you have people doing this in your circle, then you are off to a good start.
To leave off…
You can get better with reading people through constant practice. I also mention a good deal about this in my newest book “Street Game: The Definitive Book of Seduction”. Now that’s all I got for today, now add this to your arsenile and remember to keep going out!
To finish off, here is my first book for anyone that hasn’t read it already; some useful information in here. The book is called…
“Street Game: Day Game Tactics“.
Just click the icon below to begin reading now…
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