It was thick, and hot, and teeming with sexuality and glistening dancing bodies. The fact that it was in public made it oh so much hotter. It was as if we were sharing an intimate little secret. They’re a collaborative exchange between two consenting people, sort of like sex. We don’t look each other in the eye, let alone eye f*ck. Eye contact strips away all the bullsh*t we’ve become so dependent on. When someone stares into your eyes, and you fearlessly gaze back, you’re allowing him or her into your precious orbit.
I had ingested somewhere between two and four cocktails. I had finally shaken off the backbreaking stress and relentless heartache of an all-consuming workweek and was blissfully holding court on the dance floor with my best girlfriend. She was undressing me with her eyes — slowly, carefully. Not in a violating way, I met her stare and fully consented. Her soft gaze penetrated mine, and something was starting to happen. Not a single entity in the room was aware of what was happening between the DJ and I. Are we so collectively sexually unsatisfied because we’re too afraid to look each other in the eyes? Staring into someone’s eyes allows you to see the real, raw humanity of a person.
I took a moment to catch my breath and take in the sea of mixed drinks and bending bodies, when my eye accidentally caught the eye of a faceless stranger. It had been a long and arduous week spent staring into the static screen of a computer. It was nothing like the heaps of creeps who invade your personal space with their aggressive stares at 7 am on the subway. Feelings of irrepressible desire were starting to slowly unfold within me. How can we have real, hot, passionate, intimate, engaged sex-lives when we’re racked with fear at the most pure form of human contact? When you gaze into someone’s eyes, you can see a person without the heaps of endless filters and relentless hashtags.
The second you meet someone, your eyes convey a wide range of emotions: from fear, to happiness, to confidence, to trustworthiness, to even sexual attraction.Cons Time tracking is a huge difficulty and source of stress, and forgetting to track time 3 times in a year (even if you're out of office or on vacation) leads to capped full-year reviews. Hard to take vacation due to long hours and team constraints.Cons 1- Workload is unbelievable2- No work/life balance3- No monitor of your schedule.The wrong display can leave you frustrated as to why your interactions are cold and detached.While the right display can captivate people with your presence and have women feeling flustered all over. If you want to be inviting, you have to display “softer” eye contact.