A dominant male is calm and in control, so a passive, "got-my-shit-together" approach is always better than a frantic, nervous one, right? Of course, you can't act completely aloof unless you're an famous athlete or celebrity of some kind, in which case your reputation has preceded you and done all the preliminary work of seduction in advance. "Normal" guys like us have to walk a fine line between showing complete disinterest in a woman and behaving like a silly lapdog.
Advertise your delight in meeting her with crisp eye contact and a gentle smile, but keep your flirting subtle. Demonstrate you're intrigued by her feminine charms, but communicate most of this non-verbally through the use of open body language and a mischievous gleam in your eye. If it's appropriate, take a little risk too. What's the big deal about male risk-taking in the eyes of women anyway? The easy ability to accept a risk is an activity only engaged in by High Status Males. If you're a "winner" at the game of Life, then you expect to continue winning at whatever you try to do. What looks scary to a low status "loser" is not really a risk for a guy like you. It's this expectation of making something work no matter what that's the crucial non-verbal signal being broadcast to her by risking. You want the label of the "risk-taker" on you at any cost, so seek it wherever you can.
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