What To Do On Your First Date: 12 Tips

Have you ever wondered what to do on the first date with a woman or a man to be successful? Or what to talk about? or where to go on the first date? The time has come to meet you, it is your first date, it is most likely that you feel insecure, excited about your first meeting and, of course, you want to give your best image. According to a study, the first 12 minutes are enough to determine if we are interested in someone. That is to say, less than a quarter of an hour is enough to discard or approve a possible suitor and, although the figure denotes superficiality it is not about love (or lack of love) at first glance, there are many factors that come into play: from the aspect to the communication through non-verbal language.

 1. I know how you are.

 Don't change your personality, don't pretend to be someone else. Sometimes when some people are looking to impress, they try to do everything to look perfect, saying yes to everything and never disagreeing.

 If you are really going to like you for something and they will remember you it will be because of what differentiates you from others, your particular way of speaking, looking, laughing or seeing life. Don't try to pretend what you are not. Do not forget your own opinions, being yourself is, in fact, the most positive way to seduce a person.

2. Be true to your tastes

 Propose a place to go on the first date that identifies you, that you like, of course respecting the tastes of your companion, but always, your proposal to be true to yourself and seek, in any case, a place where you both feel comfortable.

3. Take care of your appearance

 That ‘beauty is inside' is still not valid here. You are in the phase where you notice horrible shoes, poorly maintained nails. An unfortunate t-shirt, a different style from ours or an anachronistic hairstyle, are things that we are willing to ignore but it is better if we take care of it, what is really essential is our body odor, please, apart from being neat, look for a Cologne that identifies you, that is genuine for you.

4. Smile

Enough so that I want to smile back but not so creepy.

5. Synesthesia

The brain associates the sensations, the relationships between stimulus and response can be altered. Humans tend to associate smells or tastes as happy or pleasant moments (or the opposite). An attractive scent, a comfortable environment or an appetizing taste can seduce the other person before we even try.

6. Eye Contact

The brain associates the sensations, the relationships between stimulus and response can be altered. Humans tend to associate smells or tastes as happy or pleasant moments (or the opposite). An attractive scent, a comfortable environment or an appetizing taste can seduce the other person before we even try.

7. Be punctual

You can be 10 minutes late, but being half an hour late is not making him or her interesting, but a lack of manners that can make a terrible first impression and ruin the rest of the date.

8. Use Humor as a Weapon of Seduction

Nobody can resist a person who knows how to laugh at himself.

9. Listen

Talk about yourself, but above all listen (remember you have 2 ears and 1 mouth). There is nothing worse than looking like a self-centered person on the first date. A good way to introduce yourself is to ask your partner questions about him / her and make small notes about yourself. We all hate awkward silences, but you don't need to speak without breathing either.

10. Proper conversation is the key to success

While the physical is a first impression, tastes and hobbies are a very important part of the “second impression” and those that will arouse the interest of the other.

11. The Three Questions Rules

Forget the ‘do you study or work?', The ‘how was your day?' (seriously, forget them!) and the ‘what's your dream? There are three key questions chosen are:

  • Do you kind of movies do you like?
  • What kind of trips do you like?
  • Wouldn't it be great to drop everything and live on a boat? If the other person answers the same as you, science gives the green light to you. The rules

12. Start Your Conversation

If you have a shy person in front of you, bring up topics to start a conversation that is simple, inquire about the person's tastes, interests or life projects or their objectives, informal things that help you relax and get to know each other.

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