A few weeks ago I attended one of Alisa’s workshops. As someone who learns more from a lecture than a book, it was like watching “Dating: the instruction manual.” It was SO helpful to see the techniques I’d been reading about in her new book, Single? Discover the Truth about Successful Dating, Being Irresistible, and Achieving Lasting Love , in action (Alisa gave me a prepress copy of this book so I could get started on the blogging process). I walked away with real confidence and an arsenal of techniques to put into practice.
As a single mother, I don’t get to socialize with other singles the way I’d like to. It’s tough to find time between work and caring for a little one to even have time for a social life. My situation is not an excuse not to date, but it’s definitely an obstacle.
I’ve been dating online for the past year and a half, and although I’ve had some good experiences, I’m just not meeting the kind of men I want to. One big struggle is getting a guy to ask for my number. At the workshop, Alisa taught us how to get a guy to ask for your number, so I decided to apply the technique at least 3 times a week.
I was e-mailing a guy I was interested in, and after a few e-mails I would end with, “ I’ve really enjoyed getting to know you! I would love for you to call me sometime.” That’s it! How simple is that?! I had no expectation of results, but it was great practice. In about 2 weeks I gave out my number 5 times and had 3 people call. For me, that’s what I call great results!
Wow! It’s amazing how just this one technique has worked. I’m anxious to try the rest. Let me know if you have used this technique and how it works for you.
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