• Keep your power zones open: Your three power zones -- the neck dimple, belly button, and "naughty bits" (groin area) should always be kept open.
The Plan: Both men and women naturally pick up on nonverbal cues, and mastering those cues will boost your dating success rate.
Here's a sneak peek at some of the fail-safe body language moves from my upcoming book that will help you attract the attention of anyone no matter where you go.• Dress bold to be bold: Don't be afraid to show off some skin during winter. Draw attention to your shoulders in a bright, solid, strapless dress.
You might want to pick a color that won't blend into the surrounding Valentine's Day decor.
This will catch more eyes than the black and red dresses all the other girls will be in.
With these goals in mind, romantic hopefuls will purchase nearly 110 million roses and one billion dollars worth of chocolate.
If you aren't lovestruck this Valentine's Day season, don't fret -- get out there and mingle!It's that time of the year again -- the heart shaped candy boxes are at the grocery stores, the card aisles are filled with pink, and the flower shops are brimming with roses.As Valentine's Day nears, many people are setting out to either impress their significant other or kindle a new flame.Try it in a mirror and you'll be amazed at how much more approachable you appear!Though we tend to spend SO much time thinking of what to say, many people don't realize that a huge component of communication is nonverbal.This Valentine's Day, instead of practicing what to say in front of the mirror, use the mirror to practice how to act to get the response you desire from that special person you meet on your night out.