David DeAngelo - Mailbag - Meeting women with the personals

David DeAngelo - Mailbag - Meeting women with the personals...

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02/09/2002 [Note: This question starts with an interesting success story, and that's one of the reasons I chose it. Because of this, I'm going to discuss two different points in this newsletter. .. so enjoy!] ***THE QUESTION*** "Dave, Date #1 was coffee. Date #2 was yesterday, and success came as a surprise. Here's why. I understand the theory behind being cocky/funny, but from lack of experience, I couldn't quite start doing it on date #1. Now, on date #2 (same cutie), I somehow managed to do it a bit where opportunity arose. I also managed to avoid some direct questions, especially about work and family. But she seemed a bit distracted and I didn't quite feel a connection building. Worst of all: a Voice in the back of my head kept saying, "Man, you're just not doing this right; you're missing something; you've got so much to learn; back to the drawing board!" However, I *just stuck to the method.* No one overhearing us would have said, "This guy is funny as hell," but he would have said, "This guy has a sense of humor and is confident." We ate sushi, then went to a movie (A Beautiful Mind). Suddenly *she* started touching me while whispering comments. Afterwards, we got to kissing without even a kiss test! The only hard part was to cut it short with a "hey, you're fast!" and leave while still on a roll. THE WORD OF CAUTION to all fellow trainees: Don't listen to the Voice! Don't evaluate while on the date. Don't worry. Just have fun. Stick to the method. Boy was I surprised when this cutie suddenly was so warmed up I could smell the pheromones! NOW FOR MY QUESTION to you, Dave. As practice, I answered some ten online personal ads, got two replies, but in both cases the girl dropped the ball. I realized that I did not apply any cocky/funniness in the emails. Should I? How to do it email? How is it different from in person? I'm unsure about the strategy here. C." >MY COMMENTS: I'm really glad you wrote in, because you really hit the nail on the head and brought up points that I have seen and dealt with a lot. .. both in my personal experience, and when coaching guys in general. A
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2010 for the course PSYC 201 taught by Professor Daviddeangelo during the Spring '10 term at American.

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