Whether you’re outgoing and ready to approach people, or shy and reserved, doesn’t matter — what matters is that you have an open, inviting aura.
That means you see the other people in the room as kind and approachable individuals. Acknowledge the people around you in a kind and friendly manner, whether it’s just a tiny smile or a nod or someone or inviting you to dance.
Approach people. Say hi. Tell them your name. Invite them to dance. Be totally okay if they decline or seem unenthusiastic. They might not be in the mood, or simply want to sit back and enjoy the music, and that’s okay.
The words “no thank you” are not bad or hurtful, they’re just a vote of confidence saying “good for you for having confidence, you’ll find a match soon with that attitude!”
Why? Because people can get a sense of you, and people like people who be themselves unapologetically. Dance to the music or simply sit back and enjoy the music and atmosphere, eat and drink what you want, dance how you want. By doing so, it gives others permission to be themselves too.
We’ve had the pleasure of uniting many, many couples and helping people breathe new connections, youthfulness, and more enjoyment into their lives.