Getting ready for a date people think that the success of the date depends on connection, chemistry, conversation, but the place where you are going can also have a great effect on the date, sometimes even playing a key role for things to develop well further or not. Statistics shows that people don’t like to have a first date at:
• Family events and functions. Remember that your date would be nervous enough besides being an audition for your family and friends. So, keep this in mind.
• Dance/night clubs. Loud music, disturbing lights, all this doesn’t presuppose a normal communication. The objective of the first date is to communicate and learn each other better. It is impossible to be done in the dance club.
• Movies. Movies is also not a good place to go for the first date, since you spent around two hours not talking, not getting to know each other. Besides, some piquant scenes can be present in the movie and then don’t be surprised if your date would ask you why you have taken him/her to this. Read more “Places to Stay away from on the First Date”
Some of us can easily get acquainted almost everywhere, others often miss the best opportunities. If you want to discover the best pick-ups, keep on reading this article.
Step 1 Smile and wave
Never be afraid to use gestures that show you are open for a chat, this can be a smile, nod, wave, raised eyebrows, etc. This can sound bold for you, but smiling to the people you don’t know is the best sign to show you are ready to talk. You can try this in everyday life with your co-workers and then move your practice on strangers and you will be amazed with the results.
Step 2 Speak first
We all feel ok talking back when someone starts the conversation, but the best trick of excellent pick up is starting a conversation out of the blue. Look at the world as a place full of opportunities you just need to seize and don’t wait when someone will address you. Be the one, who starts talking first!
You can start your practice with people you normally don’t’ talk with, an old woman at the bus stop, a seller at the shop, etc. Become comfortable doing it, to have no hesitations when the time comes.
Read more “Four Simple Steps to Meet Someone”