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How to Pick Up Girls At The Library

The art of picking up women can be picked up by any type of guy, whether you’re a jock, a model, a gamer, or even just a guy who loves to read books at the library.

If you’re someone who likes to go to the library or just someone who’s looking for a challenge, picking up girls at the library is easier than you think.

What might you normally do when you see an attractive girl at the library?

Do you and your friends sit at a table and look at the hot girls passing by?
Do you try to stand up and imitate everything the girl does?
Do you follow them and try to sit at the same table?
Do you go up to her and try to act unsuspicious?

As David Deangelo has said,

“Women KNOW what you’re doing when you approach them. Heck, even if you’re just being nice and friendly they’ll SUSPECT that you’re picking up on them.”

Time to drop all the Bull****.

Let me introduce to you the idea of being upfront and genuine.

Stop Performing and Be Yourself

Being yourself means being upfront with whomever you want to approach. Keep in mind I’m not saying that you should straight out say, “hey I think you’re very attractive… blah blah blah.”

Although, that actually does work in other types of environments, women aren’t exactly going to the library to get hit on by guys.

Your approach has to be much more toned down, but at the same time without trying to hide that you’re interested. The reality is that you and the girl both know what you’re doing. So there’s no point in trying to conceal it. If she decides to go along with it, great.

At the end of the day, you’re letting her know that it’s her choice, and you’re not being suspicious in any way.

Picking Up Girls At The Library Situations

She’s sitting at the table by herself:

In this situation try sitting anywhere close to her. If it’s a private table, try to sit at a table near her.

Because you mostly have to be quiet, try writing up a note and leaving it on her table to get a conversation started. (kinda old school but trust me, it works)

She’s at the shelves looking for a book:

Ask her what book she’s looking for. (if you’re good at finding books, find it for her). Then walk away and wait until the next opportunity to talk to her.

She’s leaving the library:

Introduce yourself to her and let her know that you found her attractive. It’s the last resort, therefore you have to make an impression right then and there.

Don’t be creepy. Meaning, don’t ask if she comes here often or if you can walk her to her car.

She’s walking around the library:

Ask for help in finding your book. Have a list of books your looking for as well.
After she helps you, be really appreciative of her help and she’ll feel really good about herself.
Now, ask her what she was doing before she helped you out. GREAT WAY TO GET RAPPORT.

Having A Conversation

Ask questions about what she’s reading. Based on what she’s reading, if you know a bit about the subject or subject similar it can be a great conversation starter. Remember, she cares more about what she’s reading than anything else at the library. If you can show interest in what she cares about, it’ll easily attract her. REMEMBER TO BE GENUINE.

Talk and leave. Even if you’re having a great conversation, you can’t give her the impression that she’s in control. Remember you’re the one hitting on her and she knows this. Have a quick conversation and then say, “maybe I’ll see you around?” DON’T LEAVE UNTIL SHE GIVES YOU AN ANSWER.

Ask to have coffee. After you’ve had a quick conversation, it’s a great opportunity to continue talking by going to a coffee shop.

A lot of these tips work wonders if you just act genuine without performing. If you’re going to try and pick up girls at the library, don’t try to show up at the same one everyday. Mix it up, so that you’re not ‘that guy’ who’s trying to hit on everyone.

With a little practice mastering the pickup game at the library will become simple.

Using Your Library Software Today

Choosing to turn to technology to help you with organization might be the best decision you ever make. With library software, you can begin to create not only a new system of organization, but also one that allows for better accessibility. Using a library software program not only makes sense for actual libraries, but also for those who happen to enjoy collecting Books, CDs, and DVDs. By using a system of organization, you will begin to make the most of the items you’ve collected and you will begin to create a new opportunity for maximum efficiency.

Start with Assessing Your Needs

Before you begin any sort of organization process, it will help for you to look at the needs you have right now. When you can name your needs and what this means to your overall home or business. You might want to begin by looking at what the problems are with your current system and what you would change if you could. In those problems, you will begin to see what library software system might be right for you. Though it may not solve all of your problems, you will begin to see just how effective it will be at solving the problems with are most troublesome to your goals and needs.

Finding What You Own

Once you have decided on a library software system that meets your needs, then you can begin to find out what you own and what you want to organize. During this process, it might be a good idea to begin to get rid of anything that you don’t need or don’t want to store anymore. Take some time to match up the DVDs with the cases, the books with the right covers, etc. This is a time when you can begin to see just how extensive your collection is and then ensure that your new library system will work to corral it.

Setting Up the Library Software

The easiest part of using library software is setting it up. All you need to do is to install the program and then make sure that you are using it correctly. By following the instructions and then inputting the items you want to organize, you will begin to see that your library is automatically organized and ready to be used by someone – including yourself. You will also want to customize it to the things you want to organize and the way you want them organized. For example, you might want to have things organized alphabetically and make sure the system is setup to do this.

While it might seem easier to have someone else come in and organize your library, you will want to do it yourself when you are the one who uses it the most. In doing so, you will create a system that is effective for you, your needs, and the future of your needs. Organization isn’t simple at first, but it is the best thing you can do for your life.

College Books – Tips and Tricks for Saving Money

College books are getting more and more expensive every year. University course textbooks are one of the biggest expenses of attending college and the average amount of money needed for college books is $800 per year. The cost of college textbooks is also constantly increasing by around 6% per year. Textbooks are essential for most college courses and can often seem impossible to afford however, it is possible for college students to save quite a bit of money on their books by shopping smart.

One of the best ways to save on spending a lot of money on college books is to borrow them instead of purchasing them. University libraries have a good stock of required reading books that students can use on the premises throughout their course and help lessen the impact of not having enough money for actually purchasing college books. Naturally the majority of savvy students have cottoned on to the fact that they too can save money on college books by using the ones stocked by the library so it may be difficult to be able to find the book not in use on a regular basis. If you plan ahead and set aside a few different times of the day and week to visit the library you may find the best options for you to be able to use the college books that you want. Not everyone wants to study late in the evenings, especially at weekends, but if your library is open and you are intent on finding ways to save on spending money for college books then this could be the perfect time.

Another avenue that may work to save spending a lot of money on college books is to approach your course professor. They will often have a huge stock of college books that they have acquired through various means over the years and it is a good idea to see if you can borrow a particular book that they may have. Not only may this help but you be able to find out if certain college books are really required for the course or if you are only going to need a chapter or two from them. With this advance knowledge you can obtain a copy of the book for a short period of time from the library or another student who has bought the book and read the relevant chapters without having to fork out the money for college books that you won’t necessarily need.