Whatever the season is now, there’s really very little that should stop you from taking the time to relax and have some fun! Maybe in the past, dating has seemed to be more like a chore, but done properly, dating can and should be relaxing and enjoyable.put on your “To Do” list.
Leave the house!
It’s time to admit that she isn’t going to find you while you’re sitting on your couch watching reruns of your favorite TV programs, or surfing the online dating sites. Find innovative and unusual places to meet people. Join a club, volunteer or take up a new sport. The current weather provides a great opportunity to engage in the outdoor activities.
What, are you blind? There are many opportunities throughout your regular day to meet someone. Interesting people are all around us, but most of us are so consumed with our busy lives – or ourselves (you know who you are) – that we rarely take the time to notice. So, while it might take a little practice, look up; consciously turn your radar on.
Don’t smirk, smile! Yeah, yeah, we know – you’re a tough guy – but trust us, this works. Whether you are at the clubs or the park, be aware… consider flashing your pearly whites once in a while. Heck, you might even occasionally say hello.
Embrace your singledom. Don’t you realize how insanely jealous of you, your married friends are? Think about it: You have the freedom to do anything you want, mingle and meet everyone you want, and learn new things about yourself and others.
But pity the playa. Dating is, and should always be, fun. But it is not about playing games with other people, using clever tactics or making sure you come out on top. Seriously — pick another sport. Dating responsibly will make it a more enjoyable and less stressful process for everyone.
Own it. Everyone gets nervous, especially when meeting someone for the first time. But have faith in yourself. Self confidence produces the most amazing results in dating because this positive energy attracts an abundance of people who want to meet you!
Earn it. Most people know exactly what they want out of their careers and have clearly defined goals. But when it comes to finding a partner, it’s often left to chance. So be proactive. If you really want to find that special someone, make dating as important as your career. Getting out there and meeting new people is the perfect thing to put on your “To Do” list.