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If you're sitting down and your back is toward everyone, that doesn't make you approachable.
Edwards points out that standing at the bar is better, but where you're standing matters, too.
D=Direction Edwards says to face the direction (and even point your feet) toward someone you want to talk to.
Sounds simple enough, but it's an easy one to overlook.
"After a while, once you're exposed to that environment enough, you’ll be much more comfortable."Sure, confidence is key, but it's not always easy to feel like a million bucks when you're approaching a total stranger.
I met Edwards when he was on Bustle's Sex and Relationships podcast, "I Want It That Way" last summer.
I was fascinated by his tips, which ranged from body language advice to the exact time of day to go to bars to meet quality people.
Edwards' hack to feeling good is one I really love: Act like you would when you see someone who knows you but forgot your name.
"You have the hindsight of them already knowing you," says Edwards.
Through experiential conditioning, he'll show you how to approach people, be approachable, engage in conversations, and be confident AF — whatever it is you need to work on."It’s very easy to meet someone at a bar," says Edwards, "They're a great place to meet people you otherwise wouldn’t be able to meet. Sometimes people just aren’t going to like what you write, that’s just part of it."Edwards says the magic number to go out with is three, which is why he's starting a program this year for groups of three women. and Lindsey S., I went with Edwards to some of his favorite bars for meeting people.