What to Say After Hello w/ WiseProtector
Sure Fire Conversation for the Terminally Shy
Have you ever had someone you're attracted to right in front of you? What did you say?
Maybe you've felt all flushed and nervous. You both were checking each other out. No
doubt, there's an interest. And THEN...Nothing.
Even if one of you screwed up the courage to say, "Hi," what should be brilliant
conversation was just withering
small talk, and a lot of quiet. Happens to a lot of us, doesn't it?
I have a suggestion. Let's get together and practice an approach to connecting with a person in a social setting.
It's a way of finding out about a person. Find out if they're right for you. More
importantly, you both get to see if you're right for each other. There's more to it, but it all starts with knowing how to ask, and find out. "What's important to you?" And, you're not just finding out about that person. The more you do this, the more you find out about YOURSELF.
This isn't just for singles, if you want to improve your social conversational skills, What To Say After You Say Hello is for you.
I promise, the worse that happens, is you can become an amazing conversationalist.
This approach to conversation isn't just for a love interest. The beauty of this is you
can practice over and over with acquaintances and friends. So when you in front of that
once in a lifetime, "yeah, I've got to really get to know this person," opportunity,
*Your ticket to the workshop also gets you 10% Off your same-day in-store purchase (One-time use only per ticket.)*
Starting in the late 70s before the interweb, before knowing anybody actually does this sort of thing, Wise had to seduce girlfriends into BDSM. The cornerstone of that seduction is knowing what each other really needs, and fulfilling that need. This approach has been called, "clever," "psychological," "somehow unfair," and even, "dangerously persuasive," but Wise explains,"All I do is lead people where they want to go." That's the focus of most of his workshops: find out what you both really need and how you need to get it. Then lead them there.
Carter Steven's Pocono Fall Fetish Fling (in 1998?) was his first foray into the public scene where Joe and candi taught him what they know about flogging. After learning from lots of people, he's given workshops at the York Play Group, Brimstone, The first NDDS bootcamp and The Warehouse, Sexploratorium and The Kink Shoppe.
He also participates in the BDSM module of SAR at Widener University, for the Graduate Class in Human Sexuality.
Wise finds it moderately disturbing to write about himself in the third person.
Kink Shoppe (View)
126 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|