You could improve your dating life drastically by tweaking a few small areas of your life, would you?
What if I told you that these improvements can be done over the next few weeks and won’t take much time or financial resources and are guaranteed to make you feel better about yourself and improve your social life while increasing the amount of JOY in your life? What if I told you that I’m going to share my 7 week plan with you for absolutely NO COST?
If you’re game for this challenge, if you are ready for a drastic change and ready to start dating the RIGHT people for you, then you’re going to want to sign up for this free 7 week program. The only thing I ask of you, is do you know a single friend, family member or co-worker that would benefit from this 7 week program?, please forward my website to them.
Every Sunday night, for 7 weeks, you’ll receive an email from a matchmaker, dating coach and singles event expert. I’m not going to hold back. I’ll tell you what works and what doesn’t. In each email you’ll receive your goal for the week and assignment as well as the reasons why that week is important to your dating life.
This is what we’ll be covering over the next 7 weeks…
It is what it is… look good all by yourself and improve what you can. First impressions are based on appearance, so let’s get your first impression ready to shine.
Looks can only get you so far. Let’s take a peek into your dating personality.
If you don’t know for sure what you want- how do you know when you have it?
No one wants to date the guy or girl who works 8-5 and heads home for 6 hours of television.
Remember how much easier things were when you were young? Well… we’re grown ups now, but that doesn’t mean we can have our own adult adventures! A good story is a great way to break the ice.
It’s more fun to date out of your typical pond… and you’ll learn more about yourself.
Because it’s more than just looking cool in a crowded room , we need to make good impression!.
Covering first dates, second dates and staying clean and tips on how to place value on yourself.
When to text, when to call and when to step back.
Are you ready for all of this?
Great! Let’s get started. Here are few tips per week:
Look Great: Of course your personality matters, but truth be told, you’ve only got a few minutes to make an impression. Dress well and make sure you are wearing your best foot forward.
Smile: So easy. Even if you aren’t that excited about the mini date you are on, you might be getting scooped by the next date over OR someone else might be checking you out.
Watch your body language: Sit up straight! Crossing your arms and tapping your pen will make you appear annoyed and on guard. Lean in, smile and keep your body facing your date. Ask a friend if you have any nervous ticks (like fiddling with your phone or things around you) and you’ll be aware of things to watch out for.
Conversations are two sided: Don’t ask the cliché questions. Do ask open ended questions that require more than a yes or no answer. When being asked questions, make sure to turn the question back around.
Focus on the other person: Focus the conversation on learning more about the person you’re sitting across from rather than on advertising yourself. Everyone enjoys talking about things they’re passionate about. Find out what the person’s passion is, and ask questions that will draw them out.
Follow up without pressure: At the end of the evening outing or a few days later, you’ll receive contact information for people you expressed an interest in who felt the same way. Send a short, friendly email to let them know you enjoyed meeting them and thanking them. Don’t pester them if they don’t answer within a few hours or even the same day. The person may be genuinely interested, but very busy, so give them a few days to respond.
Have fun! :Simply look at interactions as an opportunity to meet lots of interesting people and make some new friends. If you do these , you’ll find yourself enjoying the events and meetings for its own sake. If a few dates come out of it, they will be a wonderful bonus.