Here's a question I ask each of my personal matchmaking clients:
What if your next first date would be the last one of your entilre life? What if that person were to be The One you've been hoping to find and then your dating days would be over forever. Would you feel like you missed out on a bunch of great dating experiences or would it be a blessing if your next first date were to be your last?
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98% of our personal matchmaking clients http://www.cupidscoach.com have said, "Yes, Please! Let my next first date be my last first date of all time." The vast majority of men and women who are out there dating would much rather not be - they'd much prefer to be nestled into a mutually satisfying, loving, passionate relationship.
The secret to ending dating is to do dating well. Which means bringing your best self to each and every part of the dating journey. Put your best effort into your dating profile, invest in great dating photos http://cupidscoach.com/ResourcesCategories.aspx?id=204
and take care with each email you send, every text message and voice mail message you deliver.
Always, always focus outward, making it your mission to contribute to this person. Especially when there is a mishap of one kind or another, roll with the punches, keep that smile on your face and make sure you are bringing and spreading the warm fuzzies on each of your dates.
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Ask not what your date can do for you, rather... ask what you can do for this person, how this new connection might enhance and enrich this person's life, and your dating adventures will always be worthwhile and positive. Why? Because giving is always gratifying.
Do you have a proactive strategy for short-cutting the dating process? Email me if you'd like for us to send you a copy of our Romance Marketing Plan and we'll be happy to share it with you so you can stop dating and start mating.