How To Mess Up Your First Date

Published: 07th December 2009
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You have been asking women out and going on the first date, but none of them seem to go any further. You do not seem to have any trouble arranging a first date, but somehow the second date never comes. Where is the problem? Are you breaking some kind of dating rule?

No doubt. You are probably breaking the biggest date rule of them

all: learn how to communicate. Mastering effective communication is the single best way of getting asked out on a second date. Communicating badly, which can be done in several different ways, is a surefire way to mess up any date, regardless of everything else you do right.

too much or too little. People who talk incessantly aboutthemselves too much are a real turn off. Not only that, but they are annoying. For some people it is in their nature to talk about themselves. Others react to their nervousness by babbling.. Your task is to get her to talk about herself and keep some mystery about yourself. you.

something to hide.. Your dating partner does not want to go out on a date with a

mannequin! She wants you to talk, make her laugh and she wants to get a little insight into who you are and what you are all about.

Make it easier for her, and open up a little.

People love to laugh. Laughter is infectious, and sexy. This

does not mean you have to be the next Jerry Seinfeld, it just means

you should try to loosen up and enjoy yourself. Tell your date a few funny stories or a joke to liven things up a bit. If you can make her laugh, you are half way to getting a second date.

Just remember to be yourself. A surefire way to mess up any date is to be a fake. Be confident, slightly mysterious and make them laugh. Those are the qualities of a successful date and the path towards a second.

Jeff LeGrand offers a free dating course for men who need a little help. In that course, he reveals a secret dating strategy that men just do not know about. The free email/webinar course is offered at Dating Tips for Men.

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