Hey guys, before we get into this video I wanted to let you know, this video is all going to be about how to make a massive impact on a date, how to make yourself unforgettable after a date. At the end of this video, I have something really special that I’m going to give to you, that has a massive impact on the way people come across when they meet someone that they want to attract, or make an impression with. Stay until the end of this video. Watch this video, because it’s an amazing introduction to everything I’m going to talk about. But then at the end of this video, I have a free gift for you that you are going to love. Let’s get into it.
How to be unforgettable on a first date. The advice I’m about to give can work for any date really, but on a first date we get particularly nervous, don’t we? We worry about how we’re going to come across. I want to say firstly, that despite what I’m about to tell you in terms of how you can enhance your impact on a date, it’s your date. It’s a date that’s 50% you. It’s your thumbprint and your thumbprint is yours. You can’t get it wrong. It’s yours, it’s you we are talking about. So while I’m going to give you some ideas, some tips, some techniques, some thoughts, I don’t want you to overthink going on a date because you’ve watched this video.
I sometimes think that’s one of the negative impacts of what I do, is that it can lead to an overthinking. I don’t want you to do that. I want you to think that even if you didn’t do anything by the book on a date, someone can still fall madly in love with you, and decide to want to be with you forever and marry you and have a family with you. This isn’t an exam. It’s you.
With that in mind, there are things that over the years of doing this, I’ve learned that, aren’t great enhancers for what we want to bring out on a date. For what leads to great conversation, for what leads to amazing connection, what leads to someone thinking about you after a date. So I want to give you today three specific techniques for enhancing the impact you can make on a date.
Number one, “Start on the Ground.” One of the things we do on a date, which could be characterized as the really difficult small talk section of the date, is we see someone and we say, “Hey, how are you?” It’s a really difficult thing to answer because where do you even start from that place? It’s not that it’s a bad question. It’s just a difficult question to answer. It’s hard to answer honestly, because our answer to that is always extremely complex, and it’s also hard to answer specifically because it’s such a big and vague question. It’s starting from 50,000 feet in the air.
I propose that you reverse that. You start on the ground and work your way up to the 50,000 foot view. On the ground would be talking about something that happened this morning or movie that we’ve both seen, that we really like, or something we’re excited about in the next month. Go on a date and ask yourself on the way to the date, what’s in the news of my life right now? What’s in the news of my week? What’s in the news of my last hour? What’s been going on? What unexpected thing happened to me just this morning?