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One of things I can think of with this is somebody who is too impulsive is not paying attention to others.A relationship is a two way street involving both parties.When somebody is being impulsive and other person isn't respective than this creates a dead end.
6. Instill Confidence in Your Team Both of final two contestants, Kelly and Jennifer M, demonstrated how to respect and inspire their co-workers. Choosing people you trust and with whom you have mutual respect goes a long way toward success. In final episode, eight of previously fired teammates were brought back to become support team for final task. Jennifer and Kelly were allowed to take turns choosing their team members. Kelly took a stronger role with his team, expecting more of each of them, while Jennifer delegated heavy lifting to herself. In end, both sets of teams did a great job for their PMs, but Kelly's team proved more loyal and spoke more highly of his leadership abilities. Their confidence in him had an impact on final outcome.
This can be taken in installing confidence in who you are attracted to.When you are interested in them and extremely confident. Others will feel your true feelings. When they can feel your feelings they will mirror them.Who wants to be around somebody who takes away their confidence?
7. Watch What You Say Both talking too much and saying wrong thing can hurt you in business. Jennifer C was an example of both errors and their consequences. Every time she appeared in The Boardroom, Jennifer was admonished by both Mr. Trump and his property manager, Carolyn, for talking when she should have been listening to others. Later, after making a demeaning comment about two women customers in an episode, she was booted from show. To add injury to her insult, when show finally aired, she was also fired from her real world job for that comment.
This applies to dating with idea of listening is just as important as talking.Telling somebody they are pretty when they are trying to make a point and have something important to say is not what they want to hear. The same would go for things such a negative hits or being cocky and funny which are terms used in seduction community. A negative hit is a slight insult which is supposed to be insulting but not seem like you meant it. I do not usually endorse this. It is to try to convey you are not really interested in your target person to let their guard down. Somebody who is being very cocky and funny can do so at wrong time too. When a person is showing signs of interest they are asking for rapport. Giving them answers that are cocky and funny will actually break rapport and chase a lot of people away.
8. Know When to Listen During another visit to The Boardroom, Trump chastised (National Debate Champion) Andy for not standing up and arguing in his own behalf. Andy shot back to Mr. Trump that part of being a debate champ is in knowing when to talk and when to listen. A short and sweet argument that paid off.
I think this and how it applies to dating and seduction is very obvious. Listening is a key part of communication. 9. Keep it Strictly Business Viewers were told over and over that The Apprentice contestants were culled from over a million applicants and were said to be best of very best. This being so, one wouldn't expect male participants to lose their composure when attractive women crossed their paths, mid-task. And yet, there was Raj. In addition to an unending stream of inappropriate comments, Raj stopped just short of a butt wiggle and a "woooo, whooo " whenever a beautiful woman was within ten feet. And while this behavior did not directly lead to his being fired, it did (often) cause him to lose focus and take his eye off prize. In fact, Raj was ultimately fired for letting an important detail slide making sure toilet was installed in a home he was charged with remodeling.
This is a little bit more difficult to summarize for dating. Somebody who lacks focus tends to lack drive. When you really have a goal in mind going after 20 different things usually gets somebody nowhere.
10. Avoid Showing Your A** This one should be a no-brainer, but since it actually happened, maybe not. Fairly late in game, in episode 13, Ivana was desperate for a win. Clutching at straws, she offered to pull down her skirt and flash her underwear to a strange businessman on street if he would pay her twenty dollars for a candy bar worth one dollar. He did... and then she did... So, it was no surprise that Ivana wound up in The Boardroom, having to explain this gaff to Mr. Trump. She claimed her action as a ?gimmick.' But this taught us another valuable lesson know when you have done something inappropriate and face it head on. When she refused to acknowledge that she crossed a line, shock, dismay and controversy surrounding her behavior was palpable.
Well this is true but there is a time to show you're a** and a time not to show your assets. When you first meet somebody common sense says don't take off your pants as first things you do when introducing yourself.
To summarize all of this a lot of rules that help somebody get ahead in business can also help them get ahead dating other To learn more about "The Apprentice" go to http://www.NBC.com
Robert Torrey is one of the trainers for Fidentia a company that teaches men dating confidence. For more info go to their website. www.fidentia.org