Re: Struggling building comfort and rapport
After an an opener I immediately transition into an open ended question that lets me know more about her and lets me break rapport with her right off the bat. An example of an open ended question I use in Vegas a lot is "Where are you from ?" because we have a lot of tourists here.
Originally Posted by sidewinder89
Withing the first five minutes of the conversation I will ask a number of logistical questions, but make them seem conversational in nature. I don't ask them one right after another, but when they seem appropriate. Such as "Who did you come out with tonight ?", "How do you guys know each other?", "Where are you staying ?", "What are you doing after this?". These all seem innocent, but they are screening her for her logistics. She will know this is the reason, even if she doesn't quite admit it, and this will create some level of attraction.
If she has absolutely horrible logistics, you will know it early, rather than finding out at the end of the night. It keeps the conversation going where you want it to go. It gives her something to talk to you about and you find out more about her. I've found that it's a great way to run a set very naturally without using any routines.
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