If you don’t want to see them again, say so in a kind and considerate way.
By being honest and letting them down easy, you avoid playing games. If you don’t get it, don’t play games by taking that out on the next person you date.
Just like with dating, attraction is critical for moving beyond simply being an acquaintance.
When working to create awareness and interest with potential customers, it is important to think of these interactions as you would on a blind date (or in the case of online dating, your first message).
By paying attention and screening out potential partners whose actions don’t match their words, you cut down on wasted dating time and make it that much easier to attract potential partners worth your time and energy.
Rule #4: Don’t Play Games Successful singles know what goes around comes around.
The first stage in both the dating and marketing/sales process is making sure the prospect knows who you are (awareness) and is interested in learning more about the value you could provide (attraction).
are so last century, a new dating handbook has yet to be created in the new millennium. The truth is there are no hard and fast rules, but the following guidelines should help you navigate the tricky terrain known as your dating life.
Rule #1: Listen to Your Gut Whether you’re on a date, communicating with someone you meet online, or flirting with a cutie you meet in the flesh, it’s important to pay attention and listen to your gut.
To get the most out of your dating life, it’s important to understand that actions speak louder than words.
When someone’s actions are contrary to their words, this is not only a red flag, it’s gut-check time.