Since you are the “Dating Coach,” I just wanted to ask you what you think about this idea. I want to go on 26 dates in 26 days. What would you suggest to help me succeed at this goal?
Thanks for your help,
As long as you keep your faith and have fun, what can it hurt? Here are my suggestions. Set a goal every week to tell ten men, “I need to go. I would really have liked to have gotten to know you better, though. I would love for you to call me sometime.” Then smile and walk confidently away. If he’s interested he’ll stop you and ask for your number. He might even seek you out on Facebook, especially if you’ve mentioned that you have an account.
I’d also suggest that you do little things every week to support the process: call your friends and family to let them know you are open to blind dates, set up an online profile on a dating website (and then change the picture a few weeks later if you aren’t getting results), seek out men on Facebook that you haven’t seen in a long time. In each of these situations be sure to say, “I’d love for you to call me sometime” whenever you can.
Have fun with this. Record both your efforts and their responses. Don’t focus so much on how many dates you’ve had; focus instead on how many times you’ve been able to say, “I’d love for you to call me sometime.” Then, as a side note, see how many dates come afterward. Be sure you don’t water down this sentence. Use these exact words. This is what men really want women to do and say. If you act feminine and confident, they’ll love it. Furthermore, it’ll give you more opportunities to practice and to improve your techniques and your ability to deliver these words with femininity, warmth, and confidence.
Don’t expect great dates, though. Just look forward to having dates and lots of opportunities to work on your skills while on the dates. If you feel uncomfortable or threatened, however, never take a date. No goal is worth compromising your safety or lowering your standards in a way that puts you at risk of falling for someone who is totally wrong or bad for you. I hope this helps. Please come back to this page and give me updates about how it’s going in the comments section below.
Thanks and good luck,
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