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Are nightclubs a good place to meet women?

Bars, coffee shops, galleries, gyms- were to meet her?

And the answer is…. it depends what your goals are and what kind of woman you want to attract. So, depending on what you are looking for, nightclub might or might not be a good place to meet women.

If I represent late 20s career woman nightclubs generally get a big thumbs down for the following reasons:

  • Music too loud- hard to communicate and dancing to ‘Anaconda’ makes me feel like on some level I endorse it.
  • Too many people- Really. I’m an introvert at heart and being shoved (whilst wearing high heels which create balance issues anyway) is problematic.
  • I’m getting old and I’ve got work in the morning.

Really! So if you want to meet a miserable, businesswoman, grandma like me you better look away now! But nightclubs are a good place to meet women if you’re at a stage in your life when the following appeals to you:

  • Meeting lots of young and enthusiastic people.
  • Dancing until 4 am (& then finding an after-party).
  • Meeting women who you connect with moreover a vodka-based cocktail with a sparkler in it.

And hey we’ve all had that stage! If this is YOU then your ends fit your means. Want to party and have fun casual relationships- this is where your target market is hanging out! Want to find a super high-quality girlfriend… not so much.

Nightclubs make sense for your goals

If this is the case there are a few logistics to get sorted out before you attempt their regular usage.

1. Style & dress sense.

You know I hate seeing this as I’m so anti- appearance orientated stuff but we can’t deny nightclubs are superficial places so get your style on point to avoid being turned away at the door.

2. Hookups.

If it’s a fancy place then they’ll often be operating some kind of strict door policy to keep it smart and getting in without an ‘in’ can be problematic. And trust me from personal experience of one too many arguments with bitchy female bouncers you don’t want that hassle if you can avoid it. If you’re UK Based I always use Vesper Black to ensure me and my clients get in smoothly to the best clubs; it’s run by a very old friend of mine who I really trust.

3. An ability to start saying ‘hi’ the second you walk through the door.

This is where I come in 🙂 walking around in circles by yourself in a nightclub can make you appear predatory or lonely. A nightclub is like a big fish tank and you have to be conscious of what values you’re communicating through your body language etc. Nightclubs aren’t the best places to hold conversations but demonstrating social confidence by engaging with people around you is important.

To enter groups and win women over in nightclubs you need trust to be established so don’t be ‘that guy’ at the bar who’s not having fun (just go meet girls in a grocery store instead!) Because when it comes to meeting women successfully you have to be true to yourself and stick to your own personal goals.

Hayley Quinn

Hayley Quinn is an internationally recognised dating coach and founder of the UK’s largest dating coaching company. She has over 2 Million views on her TED talk and over 100,000 YouTube subscribers.

She is the spokesperson for Match, the biggest online dating platform in the world. She has been featured on BBC1, Sky and Channel 4 and is a regular columnist for Cosmopolitan and a contributor to yahoo!style.

Her first fiction book “The Last First Date” has been published by Harper Collins and her non-fiction book “Do This Not That” (Simon & Schuster) is due for publication in early 2023.

Her goal is to bridge the gap with modern dating and help inspire people to learn to love dating.

Phone: +447517915854
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