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"May I say that I really enjoyed the evening, you’re an inspiration! The other girls were all lovely and I’m telling all my friends to come on your course! And actually, I was out with some friends the following night and I met THREE guys, all of whom contacted the next day and asked for a date. You have unleashed a flirting beast!! I’m not sure any of them are Mr. Right, but I’m enjoying this newfound skill and look forward to meeting many more nice men. Thanks so much for setting me on the right road."
Social & Cultural Anthropologist, Jean Smith, has appeared on TV, radio and in print commenting on topics ranging from dating, flirting and relationships, to wider social issues. Jean is a Tedx Speaker, and very popular on the London speaking circuit. She has spoken everywhere from the Royal Society of Medicine to the Royal Festival Hall. She also gives talks internationally, most recently in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. Her television appearances include BBC Breakfast, Daybreak and ITV’s London Tonight. Print media appearances include The Telegraph, The Daily Mail, and Grazia. She has also been featured in a segment on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s hour on The Science of Flirting.
"The work I’ve been doing with you: practising flirting, people watching, and the mindfulness has really paid off. Flirting is almost embarrassingly easy now. I can’t believe that I ever thought talking to women was hard. Thank you, Jean."
‘How does one become a Flirtologist?’
As a social and cultural anthropologist, I have always been curious about human behaviour. I found my niche, teaching people how to connect, when I moved to London in 1999. I discovered the reserved Brits could use a little help in the ‘interacting with strangers’ department.
Since then, I have learnt that this is a world-wide conundrum. We are all looking for connection, but don’t know how to get it. Because I view everything from a social scientific approach, I conducted some extensive research into the flirting and dating habits of 250 people in London, New York, Paris and Stockholm, which I then turned into a book, The Flirt Interpreter.
I discovered that flirting behaviour does cross Western cultures and that there are six standard flirting signs, an acronym that I teach as H.O.T. A.P.E.
How would you like to feel confident when faced with new situations and people? Because this entire thing is based on your feelings about rejection, the Flirtology method teaches rejection in a different way, one where rejection is not something to be afraid of – but actually your friend! The Flirtology mantra is, ‘Act like yourself, and you will attract people with whom you match.’