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The way to a woman’s heart doesn’t have to be as over the top as some people think. If you’re really looking to turn her on, perhaps you should try something a bit more subtle.

Sometimes the smallest things are more than enough to get her going. You don’t have to be ripped and running around shirtless to get her to notice you. You could drive her crazy with your mind in a sense.

Below, I am going to go over some of the things men sometimes do that really do turn women on whether they realize it or not. If you’re a man, have you noticed these things, and do you do them? Sure, some of them might sound a bit silly but they all work when it comes to getting things going on some level.

8 ‘Smart’ Things Men Sometimes Do That Can Turn Women On Big Time:

1. Show kindness to people, even those you don’t know.

When we see someone being kind, it can really get things going. It makes us want to be around you more and shows us that you’re a really nice guy. Nice guys don’t always finish last.

Enhancing emotional intelligence is key to understanding and validating feelings. “The Emotional Intelligence Quick Book” by Travis Bradberry and Jean Greaves is an excellent resource to develop this skill. It offers practical advice on recognizing, understanding, and managing emotions, both ones own and others’, making a man more emotionally attuned and empathetic.

2. Talk about something that matters.

The more you really engage in talking about things that matter, the better. Women love to be with people who actually have opinions about big things. Talk about the world and really dive into topics you might not usually dive into.

3. Care about her emotions and talk about feelings.

She wants her feelings to be taken seriously and if you’re validating her you’re doing things right. Let her know that you care and that you want to make things work properly. Open up and see how far it gets you.

To help a man articulate his passions, “Find Your Why” by Simon Sinek is a great resource. This book guides readers in identifying their personal ‘why’ – the purpose that drives them. Sharing this kind of deep, personal insight can be very attractive and creates a more meaningful connection.

4. Talk about something you’re passionate about.

The more you dive into your passions, the better. Women love to see men really fired up about things that bring a spark to their soul. This is true for most everyone and I can personally agree that seeing people talk about things they love is a huge turn on.

5. Share some of the laughter.

Laughing together is always a good thing. This shows that the two of you are on the same page and can share in some of the lighthearted moments. You’d be surprised how quickly a quick giggle can turn into something more. People tend to be a lot more attractive when they’re having a good time.

To facilitate shared laughter, “Cards Against Humanity” is a perfect choice. This party game encourages humor and light-heartedness, creating opportunities for laughter and joy. Playing this game together can enhance bonding and showcase a fun, playful side.

6. Be willing to communicate properly.

Open up and do so in an honest manner. Stop holding your guard up and pushing her away. The more you communicate, the more drawn in she will be.

7. Have a nice vocabulary.

Don’t get me wrong, you don’t have to sound like a scholar, but you should be using words that are appropriate for your age and so forth. The way we talk is something that others notice more than you’d think. Your words matter.

8. Work hard and don’t waste her time.

There is nothing a woman loves more than a man who puts his efforts in the right places and isn’t wasting her time. If she sees you doing the things you need to be doing and knows you’re there for the right reasons, she will be even more into you. This goes without saying, or at least it should.

Demonstrating a strong work ethic and respect for time, “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” by Stephen R. Covey is an insightful guide. This book provides principles for effectiveness in both personal and professional life, emphasizing the importance of integrity and proactive living.