Frankly, people like being around others who are pleasant - in looks and disposition.Tending to these details can make all the difference.So, in dating, it pays to put your best foot forward. However, grooming, getting some nice clothes that fit and flatter, smelling good, and staying healthy, all go a long way.Similarly, a pleasant disposition is very powerful, not to mention a touch of masculinity or femininity (depending on who you want to attract).Particularly, diving into individual topics can make people think that you need a spreadsheet, planner, and graphing calculator to find and keep love. Therefore, in this article and the next, I will endeavor to cut to the chase.
More than anything, clarity on those issues lead to dating success.Also, it is essential to be conscious of what other people are saying through their actions, not words.Learning these skills will go a long way towards knowing who to flirt with and ask out. For more on this topic, see: 4) Be Brave As Virgil said, "fortune favors the brave". Unfortunately, many people are scared, avoidant, and unsure.As a result, many others are deprived of meeting that special someone - because he or she was too shy to say hello.Truth be told, deep down, dating is a numbers game.We will review the main points of my writing over the last year, putting it into simple steps for success. 5 Simple Steps for Dating 1) Know What You Want (and Are Willing to Give) Dating and relationships are social exchanges. Beyond the feelings of love - people are looking to get some sort of needs met. Despite that fact, many people go into dating blind. As a result, they often end up not getting what they need - and settle for what others simply choose to give them, or nothing at all.After all, if someone doesn't know what they want..shouldn't be surprised that they don't mysteriously get it.We've already learned more than a few tricks, tips, and successful techniques along the way too.Somewhere along the way, however, dating and relationships got a bit complicated.But, if they are horribly crabby or smell like an old gym bag, then it is unrealistic for them to expect others to hunt for the "real them" inside either.There may be more to a book than the cover - but the cover convinces people to read it in the first place (or leave it on the shelf).