This Kezia Nobel, a master in the art of seduction. Call us?weeks LDNER knows a thing or two about men…and women for that matter! She is a best selling author with her powerful, honest advice on how to give men advise on how to get the girl they want. Appearing on television, radio and in numerous top print publications around the world we’d like to introduce you to
Where do you live in London and what do you love about the area?
I am lucky enough to have two places in London that I can call home . My family own a few apartments in central London, and one of them is located between Hyde Park and Mayfair which is super convenient for me. I love strolling through Mayfair on a week day afternoon, particularly Mount Street and Hanover Square, where my old school is (St Georges Hanover Square) I love the surprisingly quiet streets of Mayfair, which hide behind the chaos and noise of Oxford Circus and Park Lane. A glass of wine in the Punch Bowel pub in Farm Street always results in me bumping into friends or even occasionally my old headmaster. There is definelty a community spirit in this part of Mayfair which is becoming increasingly rare in such a fast paced city as London.My other home, is in Muswell Hill, which provides not only beautiful parks for my dogs to run in, but lovely little cafes and bars full of interesting Guardian reading media types
Tell us about what you do for a living and how you got into it?
I am a dating coach and attraction expert for men. I was introduced to the Seduction Community ( which mainly consisted of male pick up artists) back in 2006, and news of my straight talking feedback and honest insight into the female earned me the reputation of ‘the women who gets men results’ After starting up my own company, which now employs 25 hand picked instructors and coaches, I was offered a publishing deal. Two years later my book “The Noble Art Of Seducing Women’ was released which attracted media attention, and helped me to spread my name passed the Seduction Community and into the mainstream. I now hold regular seminars and live events across the globe and have a selection of products including DVDs and e-books which serve to help men increase their success rate with women in all areas.
Where in London is a good place to go and meet and talk to women?
The west-end such as Piccadilly Circus and Oxford Circus are the still the best places, this is because there’s no sense of cliques and territory when you go out in central London. Everyone from uber trendy Shoreditch to gilded Chelsea go to the West end to have a good time and mingle with each other ( including the beautiful female tourists). If a guy tries to engage with women in , for example, Nottinghill or Hampstead , he will usually need to have some sort of social network in those places, otherwise it seems to random.
Go on then, tell us….what do women want?
They want a man to be proud of who he is, warts and all. He needs to know who is, where he’s going, what turns him on and what he wants from the leading lady in his life. A man who is apologetic about who is or what stage he’s in. will come across as weak and needy.
Women want to feel special, NOT idolised, and so if a man wants to make impact with his interactions and make her feel special, he needs to feel comfortable with his opinions, his choices and his dreams. Idolising a woman is a common mistake many men make, and as a result they end up handing her endless generic compliments and nodding in agreement with everything she says which consequently masks his true character and consequently, men will convey the undesirable persona of “Mr Nice guy” . Mr Nice guy should never be mistaken with the ‘Great guy’. (Which of course all women desire)
What would be your ‘prefect’ date in London?
Cocktails in Shoreditch, in one of those incredibly hipster bars that are impossible to find unless someone you know has revealed their location. Followed by a tasting menu at The Connaught ( Mayfair) restaurant ‘Helene Darroze’ . This lasts for at least 3 hours, and each course gets better and better. Then I would finish the evening with after dinner drinks at the Dorchester Hotel where we would listen to the incredible band they have there every night, and end up having silly but sometimes surprisingly deep conversations with lonely solo tourists staying at the hotel that always manage to add amusement. Or , if I wasn’t sure if I liked him yet, I would unleash his playful side and get him to take us to a cringe worthy Karaoke bar in Soho.