Trust is very important before any sort of seduction or advanced level of social gaming.
This is one thing that people tend to do as they skip many steps.
Each and every new person you are starting from the very beginning.
Doesn’t matter how much money or status you have.
Your perceived value is not determined by you it is determined by how other people perceive you.
And others will perceive your value depending on how you feel about yourself.
Start very slow when meeting someone you want to get them to open up to you.
Avoid anything that will trigger an alert or red flag.
You sort of just want to naturally find yourself into the conversation and be interested in them as well.
If you come across as weird, incongruent, fishing for something you will be labeled creepy or awkward which puts you on the stay away from category.
Of course you can get out of it by showing more positive things about yourself, but the game plan is to sell your strengths and not your weaknesses.
You can lightly cover things you are weak at, but, it should not be the main point of every conversation especially with strangers.
With people who you can trust you can make an exception for, but for most avoid doing this.
Think of most people in your life as a co-worker from a job you have fun but you don’t really get involved personally.
Until you can fully trust someone people shouldn’t be in your personal life.
As safety comes first.
There are plenty of things that can go wrong when inviting negative people and toxic energy into your space.
You will have to deal with their drama, insecurities, fears, bias, faulty beliefs, etc.
There are plenty of things that can go wrong when inviting the wrong people into your life.
So as such you want to keep it casual, friendly, nice and easy in the beginning especially when meeting new people.
AS you make progress in the relationship you can expand and start revealing different parts of yourself.
But, even be careful with doing this because the wrong move can completely ruin a relationship.
Some people are not meant to see the full extent of who you are.
Some people will like it and some won’t.
Avoid saying things that make suspect something wrong with you.
Things like being a thief, serial killer, how many people you slept with, your ex, etc.
Anything that will reveal something negative about yourself will trigger a red flag which will cause people to be weary around you.
When in doubt act normal for you in a way that conversationally makes sense.
Avoid jumping the gun and start with nice and easy steps.
Then once you and the other person are comfortable you can expand.
Remember, your level of rapport and bond is not transferable.
Ever single person you have to practically start from scratch.