You see a stunning woman who you are extremely attracted to on the tube, in a supermarket, or walk past you in the street. Do you -
A - Continue walking and think, if only?
B - Approach her and introduce yourself?
I'm guessing it's highly likely that you answered A - Continue walking past. Thinking of every excuse under the sun as to why you didn't approach her. Overcoming the fear of cold approaching woman in everyday situations will not only improve your confidence and self-esteem, but it will also enhance your communications skills in the workplace and social environments.
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