How To Ask a Girl Out (At Work)

Are you having a crush on a girl at the workplace? If you do, and you really want to ask her out, then there are certain things you need must do and must not do; rules you must follow in order to be successful. This guide should help you not just to increase your chances of asking her out, but to avoid being that creepy guy, she might want to avoid.

1. Understand the difference between work friendly and work flirty

At work, people will always be friendly, but that doesn’t mean, they are flirting with you. A girl you are sharing things with, or having a friendly conversation, or going for a break together most of the time, may not be into you. Flirting includes a significant amount of touching; a lot of time together and prying into your love life. When you flirt with a girl in a good respectable way, you have a chance to win her over with your personality and your confidence.

2. Ask her out

Flirting as noted can increase your chances of winning her out, but still, you need to act beyond the workplace. That means asking her out but keeping it casual; do something like asking her to grab lunch with you or ask her to meet after work. If she agrees it doesn’t necessarily mean she likes you. She may be trying to be friendly, so take this as a chance of laying the groundwork for building something better. This is an opportunity to know her better, to learn what her hobbies are, what she likes as a person, and try as much as you possible not to hit on her, otherwise, you may lose her interest.

How To Ask a Girl Out (At Work)
How To Ask a Girl Out (At Work)

3. Save sexual interactions for after work

If she agrees to go out with you that is the only time you should try and include sexual interactions, showing the other fun side of you, she doesn’t see at work. But asking her out sometimes may require a great deal of persistence and confidence. So do learn how to be physical to be your crush without looking awkward or nervous.

With these few guidelines, you will for certain pick a girl at the workplace, but always keep in mind that she is there to work, so put work relationship ahead of any relationship that might develop. This means being respectful to her, and still keeping work relationship healthy even when she turns you down, which might be a way of attracting her in the long run.

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Cultivating Presence: Tips on Balancing Business and Love

In this modern world of innovation and technology, who has time for love? Most of us feel like we barely stay afloat. Our work lives are so easily transformed into endless agendas of emails, spreadsheets, deadlines, and presentations. And oddly enough, we’re told that makes us successful. But it actually makes us unhappy says Mars Blacc who’s the lead instructor at Attraction By Science which specializes in pickup bootcamps in Toronto.

That kind of breathless lifestyle is not only exhausting; it’s unnatural. Human beings are built for more than ambition. We’re meant to study, reflect, love, share, and enjoy one another. When we focus excessively on one area of life (in this case, our need to work and provide for ourselves), we neglect all the other aspects of our humanity and are consequently thrown out of balance.

Compartmentalizing these two worlds is hard, but necessary. Doing so can significantly reduce your stress levels and enable you to be more fully engaged in your life. Here are some tips on how to achieve that ideal level of balance, and thus avoid feeling restless, dissatisfied, and overwhelmed.

1) Cut ties with your phone

It’s easy to feel pressured to answered emails when you’re off the clock. However, if you want to make time for those you care about, you’re going to have to choose human contact over your inbox. Once you get off work, kill notifications attached to your business email. This will prevent distraction when you’re spending time with your significant other and enable you to become more present.

24hrs Talks Balancing Love & Business, Debut Album & More!
24hrs Talks Balancing Love & Business, Debut Album & More!

2) Being busy doesn’t equal being happy

Ever notice how being busy is equated with success? However, the reality is that having your calendar crammed with busywork is hardly a recipe for long-term happiness. Actually, it’s a ticking time bomb that will only crowd your days unnecessarily and lead you to neglect your loved ones.

This is arguably one of the biggest flaws of modern work culture. We spend so much time being “busy” that we forget that our relationships require just as much work as our ambitions. We’re a society infected by a fear of silence, but unless we master the art of being still, we’re never going to feel wholly connected with ourselves or with others.

You need to cultivate this basic concept of leisure. Delete some of that busy work and put your significant other on the schedule instead. This will lead you to feeling more spiritually connected and emotionally congruent.

3) Quality time, not quantity time

Quality time is all about being present. You can’t split your time between your work schedule and your love life as if it’s some kind of mathematical formula. What’s important is to really be engaged in the time you spend with the people you love. For example, if you’ve been working for 7 hours and can only really give yourself to the person you love for 1 hour, really do it. Give them your full focus and attention. Being present will make your relationships that much more meaningful and fulfilling

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