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Oct. 16, 2019

Once you find women to talk to...what do you say? w/Tripp Kramer of How to Talk to Girls

Once you find women to talk to...what do you say? w/Tripp Kramer of How to Talk to Girls

So you’ve found yourself in the company of women. What do you say to turn the opportunity into a date? More importantly, how do you avoid being a turnoff? We asked Tripp Kramer to help us help you conquer this issue. Tripp is an internationally...


So you’ve found yourself in the company of women. What do you say to turn the opportunity into a date? More importantly, how do you avoid being a turnoff?

We asked Tripp Kramer to help us help you conquer this issue. Tripp is an internationally known dating coach and founder of Tripp Advice (http://www.trippadvice.com), a men's dating advice company. He is also the creator of the popular YouTube channel "Tripp Advice", which teaches men how to become more attractive to women and host of his own weekly podcast entitled "How to Talk to Girls".

Here are some of our thoughts:

  • How do you find the guts not to be a wallflower?
  • What’s a good icebreaker that doesn’t sound…creepy?
  • When in the conversation should you ask for a number?
  • Should you try to give the conversation structure, or just let it flow?
  • How do you know if you’re really making a connection?
  • What should you say to an online match? Is that different?

While we focused on the specific question of guys talking to girls, much of the advice fits getting out of your shell and meeting new people period.

You can find Tripp on Instagram @@trippadvice

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