Whether it’s at a wedding, or at a bar, or even at their first dance class, some people are so overwhelmed at the feeling of being humiliated and shamed that they cringe and cave inward, and either hide wherever they can or walk away.
James Joseph, author of Every Man’s Survival Guide to Ballroom Dancing, says plain and simple, “It doesn’t have to be that way. Dancing can transform someone who thinks they are doomed for life into a winner who is as popular and sought after wherever they go.”
Men – dance is the only activity where you can go up to beautiful women one right after the other, spend three minutes touching them artfully all over their body, and each one will thank you for it afterwards.
Women – get to experience and evaluate how well their partner can maneuver them around the floor, taking care not to bump into anyone, dancing to the music and spontaneously choreographing a changing and pleasing series of moves, all the while maintaining conversation.
Jim says that “You don’t know how to really live, unless you’ve learned how to dance.” He offers beginners ten tips to get them over the chasm of early doubt: