How to Approach Women in Bars and Nightclubs – 3 Tips to Keep in Mind

Flat out, if you are sitting at home and you want to be able to meet a woman right away, bars and nightclubs are your best bet. All you have to do is get up and go, and within a short time you can end up with the potential to meet single women that want to meet guys. Not a bad scenario at all. However, most guys seem to find that once they get in a bar or a nightclub, they are kind of at a loss for what they need to do to break the ice and start approaching a woman.

There’s no point in walking into a place where there are plenty of available and single women and not being able to do anything about it. So, being able to approach women in bars and nightclubs is something that you need to get handled right away if you want to be able to walk in and get women to notice you right away.

Here are 3 things to keep in mind when approaching women in bars and nightclubs:

  1. Your swagger says a LOT about you.
    Most guys don’t pay much of any attention at all to the way that they walk, but you better believe that women pick up and notice this. Walking very hurried makes you seem a little nervous, maybe a little high strung, and definitely like you may be a little uncomfortable. Walking with your head down and your shoulders slumped comes off like maybe you don’t have a lot of confidence. If you want to get women to pay attention to you AND feel attracted to you, then you need to get your walk down right, because it is one of the first things they notice when you make your approach.
  2. Staring her down is NOT a good thing.
    Imagine you are a good looking woman in a bar or club and you have already had a couple of guys try to hit on you and pick you up. And then some guy starts to approach you, and the whole time he is just staring at you. It would probably creep you out a little bit, right? Well, that’s what a woman has to go through, and if you want to make a good approach, you cannot come off like you are staring her down. Maintaining eye contact long enough to show interest and confidence is good, outright staring is not.
  3. Whatever you do, keep the drinks to a minimum.
    A casual drink or two is not such a bad thing, and if it helps to relax you, it’s all well and good. However, going beyond that is not exactly the best idea if you want to approach women and get somewhere with her. How many women do you think are hoping to meet a guy who is one drink beyond his limit and walking over to her? Not many.