1. Exude confidence. You don't have to be a "bad boy" to display confidence in yourself. Stay relaxed and comfortable in any situation. Be assertive; use a firm, clear voice, and speak your mind. She's probably used to being the most confident person in the room. Stand out and show her that you're just as sure of yourself.
Assertiveness is the key, not aggression. Come on too strong and you risk looking like a jerk.
Let your personality speak for itself. There's no need to brag, but don't downplay yourself or be unnecessarily modest. Take pride in yourself and own it.
Loosen up. It's more impressive to people if you can handle mistakes and awkward moments gracefully.
2. Be your own person. If she values her individuality, she'll also be able to recognize yours. Don't mindlessly follow trends or conform to what others are doing hoping it will get you noticed. Instead, be up front about your interests and beliefs and make it clear that you're someone worth knowing.
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