A – The Art of Flirting

Flirting is more fun if you work at it.

Sounds illogical?

Think about it.

Anything is more fun if you work hard at it.

Let’s say you love to cook. Is it more fun to cook once you’ve mastered the rules and have collected a set of interesting recipes? The fun part is either duplicating the recipes or tweaking them to put your unique twist on them. Or would you have more fun opening the fridge, picking 12 items at random and throwing them into pots on the stove, turning on the heat, and crossing your fingers? (Okay, if you chose the second option, you need more help than I can give you here.)

To me, the fun part of cooking is either duplicating the recipes or tweaking them to put your unique twist on them.

Suppose you love to entertain. You wouldn’t expect to throw a successful party without doing some work beforehand. You might plan what food you would serve, choose a play list for music, put up some decorations, etc.

Flirting is no different than any other skill. But the good news is, if you do the work, you can reap the rewards.( And as long as you are doing the work, work smart.)

What does working smart mean? You follow the tried and true principles used by the accomplished flirts of the world. You don’t re-invent the playbook. You study what psychologists say about human nature and how we interact with each other. Or, you continue reading here where I have tips on flirting from A-Z.

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