It doesnt matter if youre a man or a woman; if you see someone you like, it really is as straightforward as going over and saying hi. The London School of Attraction helps its clients develop the confidence to make the first move and the skills to keep the conversation going.
The London School of Attraction
The London School of Attraction has been helping men and women develop confidence with the opposite sex since 2010. The Schools founders are both professional teachers, with hundreds of hours coaching experience working with both men and women. Over the past few years theyve helped scientists, diplomats, bankers, city workers, teachers and doctors get the love life of their dreams.
The London School of Attractions approach is about being honest and upfront. We believe in keeping things simple: if you like someone, just tell them, whether its on the tube, in a bar or in a coffee shop. Its not about waiting around for the perfect guy, or hoping to get lucky with a girl on night out. Its about taking control of your love life by going and talking to people youre interested in. Comments Alex Chubb, co-founder of The London School of Attraction.
Although the idea of the perfect thing to say is a myth, theres definitely a right way to approach someone: its all about making them feel comfortable, putting them at ease and knowing how to give a good compliment.
Although our coaching is focussed on attracting the opposite sex, the conversation skills we teach are applicable to all sorts of interactions. Over the past year weve run corporate sessions with sales teams to help them build rapport and networking skills in social situations. Says Doug Haines, co-founder of The London School of Attraction.
The London School of Attraction was founded in 2010 to cater for professional men and women who were time-poor and didnt want to settle for second best in their love lives. The founders, both professional teachers and experienced coachers, also contribute to The London School of Attraction blog, which attracts over half a million hits a year.
The company teaches men and women one-on-one and over e-mail. Typical clients are busy professionals between 25-50 and have included scientists, diplomats, bankers, city workers, teachers and doctors.