The Goodbye Introduction: How to Use It to Meet Women

by Ron Louis & David Copeland

This is a cousin of the "goodbye compliment," which we discuss in How to Succeed with Women.

Imagine you are at the gym, and you see a woman who is really attractive to you. But she's busy lifting weights, and it seems like your gym is not such a friendly place, anyway.

The opportunity is this: time your leaving the gym for when she is between sets, or stretching. Then on your way out, introduce yourself like this (smile while you do it!):

"Hi, I'm just leaving, but before I do, I really wanted to introduce myself to the woman who has such wonderful form. My name is David."

She says something back, like "Oh hi, my name is Tracy," then you say something like "I hope to see you here again." Then you leave.

This creates an opening for you to talk to her next time you see her — "Hi Tracy, how are you?" It also gives you a way of interacting with her for the first time without there being much risk — since you tell her up front you are leaving, she's less likely to be afraid of you wasting lots of her time.

It also builds your esteem, and teaches your nervous system that you can actually survive talking to beautiful women, which makes it more likely you'll do it again, and again, and again...

In time this can even help you develop the confidence to ask for her number in that situation, but for now, just try this much — we'll build on it later.

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Ron and David are dating coaches. How to Succeed with Women has sold over 40,000 copies. They have been featured in magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Playboy, YM, Maxim, GQ UK, Swank, Gallery, and Players. They have also been on the Rosanne Barr Show, the Issac Hays show, To Tell the Truth, Fox News, CNN, UPN, and ABC.