One thing you can expect from this episode is that my co-host Cyndi Olin will definitely NOT hold back. The playful banter starts almost immediately, and Cyndi isn't at all shy about telling it like it is when it comes to women growing cold and distant. So let's say you're out with a woman and suddenly you don't know what she's thinking, or she's giving you mixed signals. Should you call it out, try harder to win her affection or simply chalk it up and stop 'pushing it uphill'? Why do women pull away so often even though we as humans typically crave real, honest connection? Next, hear Cyndi's legit take on the mistakes men make on first dates that cause women to hit the brakes rather than moving full speed ahead. Also discover why you have an extra risk-factor the higher your level of personal accomplishment is. What are the cultural factors that cause certain women to be more tacit on dates? As a special bonus, Cyndi offers secrets to asking out supermodels successfully. So then, if we don't want women to pull back, what's the opposite of that...it's a tricky question, isn't it? Speaking of questions, what should you ask a woman to draw her in as opposed to pushing her away? What about after you get to know a woman and are in a relationship with her? What are some of the ways she holds back in that context...and why? And then, the scariest idea of all...could it be women often don't even realize why they're pulling back? What can be done when she has completely lost attraction? Also, Cyndi discovers the deal with green M&Ms. And why is it that every time I imitate a woman's voice she has a southern accent? Finally demystify the daily newsletter, scarf up free reports and do all sorts of other cool things at http://www.mountaintoppodcast.com. You can also talk to me free for 25 minutes about whatever is on your mind.
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