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December 10, 2008

Thrillseekers' 3 - Bold Moves To Make This Week

By Taylor Cassar

Boldness is usually not a trait that women brag about, and some women even think of boldness as a negative character trait. But I’m here to tell you that when you’re old and grey, you will not regret the things you did do, but rather the things you didn’t do. So here’s your chance to stand out in a crowd and make sure that at least a select few people remember you for years to come.

Bold moves to make #1
Ask a guy out

Every woman has that one guy in her life that she’s either interested in or wonders about. Well, rather than continue to walk by coyly and hope that he eventually takes notice of your subtle flirty ways and makes a move, why don’t you throw caution to the wind and flirt with him before you ask him for his number? Not only will you be taking the pressure of his risking rejection away, you’ll also impress him with your bold and impulsive attitude.

Bold moves to make #2
Tell a friend the truth

Whether you have a friend who is in sheer denial or you’ve always wanted to reveal the truth about something to her, now is your chance to be open and honest about the way things really are. Of course, telling a friend that she’s lying to herself may not make you very popular, but I’ve learned that people can’t stay mad at the truth for very long. If you reveal your secret; however, your friend may need a while to recoup. In the end, it’s all worth it - you’ll lose 10 easy pounds of excess mental weight.

Bold moves to make #3
Ask for a promotion

You’ve been working hard and staying at work late, and just discovered that there’s a promotion up for grabs in your department. Well, working hard and hoping that someone will take notice is not the right way to go. It’s up to you to get noticed by voicing your strengths, accomplishments and qualities. The worst that can happen is that you don’t get it. The best - you do. It’s worth the risk.

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