Dating tips for professional women
The feedback I received this Monday is no exception.
I see two emails sitting in my inbox from a couple who met on Sunday night.
I read the woman’s feedback first: "He had the sex appeal of a toad, personality of a concrete slab and smelt like he had drowned in a vat of beer.
Two minutes into the date he brought up the impending general election (what a bore) and at the end asked if I would accompany him home.
If unsure, I always recommend my clients to stick to classic location such as a nice cocktail bar – women like to be impressed. They overanalyse the smallest remark and comment made by their date to work out how they feel about them, or if they're actually interested.
Women will break down everything from the amount of time it takes for the guy to reply to their message, to how he said goodbye on the date.
When speaking before the date, men should try to ascertain what sort of woman he will be dating – does she prefer bars, pubs or something off-the-wall?
From a man’s point of view, they do not see the urgency in arranging a second date – they prefer to wait and play it cool so they don’t come across too keen.
Men typically hold their cards much closer to their chest and never outwardly offend their date, whereas women are more likely to be honest.
Women are usually happy to reveal more personal information than men and will likely go into every single detail, from his shoes to the number of drinks they had to whether they kissed.
If the date has gone well, women want to show off and, if the date didn’t live up to expectations, they seek validation from their friends that he was the problem, not them.