To get you started with integrating this into your own life, follow the Action Steps I’ve outlined for you below.
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Commit to spending at least 10 minutes a day with no distractions and just check in with each other. Remember, all your doing is checking in and sharing why you love that person, what’s great about them or share something that happened in your day that was important for you and ask them to share the same. You could really have fun with this and schedule it right into your calendars as “In To Me See” time.
From this day forward, instead of showing up on a date with a preconceived idea about what the date should look like the other person your about to spend time with, instead approach the other person an open curiosity – at the very least like your meeting a new friend. Dates are people too! Everyone on the planet wants to feel appreciate, admired and respected. When you’re only looking for the good in a person, that’s usually what shows up J
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