Bill O'Reilly gave me a bit of a hard time emphasizing flirting in the workplace as “dangerous.” But I explained that flirting is fun, playful, charming - a flirt has a sense of humor and is a good conversationalist and listener. Flirts make everyone feel good. Flirting is a win win. While harassment is a win lose or lose lose. I convinced him of the distinction, I hope.
Susan acknowledges that it's her mission to make singles more comfortable by understanding each other. Women don't want to be sex objects and men don't want to be success objects.
Donahue sets up a table flirt. Susan guides the couple in attraction skills, and demonstrates the importance of body language. The audience observes strangers making a connection with the mirror/mimic technique, and not invading each other's personal space.
Come in, it's Susan's School of Flirting at a NYC comedy club. After the comic relaxes the single attendees, Susan gives a short talk on "Attitude, Approach and Action", the "3 A's of your flirting report card". Flirting skills include body language, active listening, conversational no no's, a table flirt where a man and a woman improvise and the audience prompts. Susan concludes with the proper flirting handshake that you see in video.