The date is the most important part of how you romance any woman.
If you can run a good rendezvous, it’s easy to be confident with girls because you know you have value.
A good date makes it straightforward to get girlfriends and flings too… because after an awesome time together, girls want to keep spending time with you.
Get the date right and everything else you do with girls becomes elementary. Get it wrong and, well, let’s just say I hope you like playing solitaire!
To help you make your next amorous appointment a success, here are the three (3) most IMPORTANT things you must prepare ahead of time.
Do these first, and you dramatically raise the odds of an explosively successful date.
#1: The Date Plan
Where will you go? What will you do?
The unprepared guy strategy is to “wing it.” This leaves unprepared guys running poorly planned outings that often fail to connect.
Now, veteran wooers have tried and tested itineraries they take their paramours-to-be on: meet here, walk there, stop for tea at this place, get some fresh air that place, and so on.
If you’re not a seasoned ladies man, however, or you can’t use your usual plan, that’s no help to you.
So how do you go from “winging it on a hope and a prayer” to “surefire intimacy itinerary” when you don’t have that experience – or that game plan – yet?
The way to do it is to sit down and spend 30 minutes thinking about WHERE you want to take her, WHAT you will do with her, and what you’ll do next after THAT.
It’s a bit like doing homework. Nobody likes doing homework, BUT… the kids who do their homework do a lot better in school, don’t they? So too with your romantic planning. Do your homework, and you will run superior dates (not to mention ones girls enjoy much, much more!).
Make sure you include somewhere you can sit and talk without too much noise or interruption. The point of getting together is to get to know one another, and to do that you must TALK.
Your plan need not be a rigid schedule. In fact, it’s better to leave a little flexibility in it. But you DO want to map things out.
Another tip: try to meet up a little ways away from the first venue you’ll head to. Walking to that first place together before you enter and grab seats just makes it feel as though the two of you have “done more” together, which helps further the bond.
It takes a little time – that extra 30 minutes – to create a good plan, but it’s totally worth it.
Once you’re out and about with her, solid plan in-hand, you’ll be grateful to yourself you put that time in.