Are you tired of feeling cursed when it comes to first dates? Does it seem like no matter what you do, you just can’t seem to make a connection with someone new? It’s a common feeling, but the good news is that there are proven ways to be a charming first date, and have men begging for that second date, and many more.
Many people believe that charm is something you either have or don’t have, but that’s not true. Charm can be learned and developed, just like any other skill. With a little bit of effort and practice, you can become a master of first dates and leave a lasting impression on every person you meet.
Here are seven proven ways to be a charming first date:
#1. Build your sexy confidence
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Confidence is one of the most attractive qualities a person can possess. Give yourself a pep talk before every first date, listen to something positive, or call a positive friend. Remind yourself that you are a catch and that the person you are meeting is lucky to be spending time with you.
#2. Relax and remove the pressure
The harder you try to be charming, the more awkward it can get. Remind yourself that it’s just a date, and that the person you are meeting is probably just as nervous as you are. Let him feel the pressure, and let him impress you. This is what we call outcome independence. The more dates you go on, the more relaxed you will become, so practice as much as you can.
#3. Warm up before the date
Being charming is all about your mindset. Take some time to warm up before your date, just like you would before a workout. Listen to some music, dance around your room, or do whatever it takes to get yourself in the right headspace.
#4. Prepare a few things to talk about before the date
Having a few conversational points in your back pocket can be helpful, especially if you’re feeling nervous. Avoid talking about exes, sexual preferences, and potty humor. Instead, dive deeper into topics that interest both of you.
#5. Don’t be afraid to ask questions that go deeper
Asking questions that go beyond surface-level small talk is a great way to build a deeper connection with your date. Use active listening to keep the conversation flowing, and give your date space to ask you questions as well.
Smiling while talking, or “smalking,” is a great way to show your date that you are engaged and interested in what they have to say. Give it a try and see how it can improve the dynamic of your conversation.
#7. Break the touch barrier
Breaking the touch barrier can be a great way to build intimacy and connection on a first date. Start with small touches, like a light touch on the arm or shoulder, and see how your date responds.
Remember, rejection and meeting people you don’t click with is a part of dating. It’s all about your mindset. Commit to this feminine charm code and watch your dating experiences transform. By practicing these seven tips, you’ll be well on your way to becoming a master of first dates, and you’ll never have to worry about the first date curse again.