Many men struggle coming up with witty, clever, and entertaining things to use as a conversation starter.
In fact, my own experience and research has taught me that 9 times out of 10, a woman doesn't hear the first words I say, which is why it's important to keep on talking.
I talk with an assertive, booming voice so it's not that they are not hearing me, it's that people generally don't hear the first few words you say.
The words "hi" and "hello" have long been touted as the simplest and best conversation starters that a man could use to get things going.
Maybe back in the day, but women, men, society, and even the game itself has changed and evolved.
Having just written that, I'd still rather see a man walk up to a woman and say "hi" or "hello" than nothing at all.
You can't meet a person unless you actually say or do something, which is why doing nothing at all is the worse thing you can do if you spot a woman you find attractive and want to meet her.Before we get into what makes a good conversation starter, you've got to have a fundamental understanding on what social intelligence is and how to get it.Too often I hear men use pick up lines or pre-canned material that they have learned from other pick up artists, but it did not work for them because they were trying to be something they were not.There are two basic ways to acquire social intellegence: one, is by learning from other, more experienced, men. The more social interactions you participate in, the quicker you will learn.If you're only going to approach one woman per week or month then you're not serious enough about learning how to start conversations with women.I've started conversations by walking up to a group of women in a bar and saying, "Hey, is everyone having a good time?