re:Mistakes & Cues

Armin Busse

Message 19241 · 3 Nov 1999 18:09:12 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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At 07:24 PM 10/30/1999 +0100, "mlbrown" <xxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxxxxxxxx.xxx> wrote:

...
>You can come unstuck
>even if they do know, especially if you emphasise the need for eye contact -
>they look so hard into your eyes that they fail to see the subtle hand gesture
>you're making showing them which way to go!
>Not that eye contact isn't important - if I have a choice of two people to
>turn,
>then I like the correct person to look at me, and the other to look elswhere.
>
>Malcolm

Hallo Malcom, Hallo Helen, Hallo Friends,

Usually during the dance everybody is watching the dancing couple. This is
good as well as helpful. If you see a dancer getting/searching eye contact
with you because he/she has the opinion that you are the next person to
approach and you are not, try the following:

Make a good eye contact with this dancer and then look to the correct next
partner for this dancer.

Sorry, lots of words for a fraction of a second task, but this is my
preferred cue.

Armin.

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