How to be a perfect guy on a first date


Some guys find it very difficult to be perfect on a date with there spouse. If you’re one of those guys, this might cost you your lover.

Granted, not all guys are romantic.
Here  are a few things you must do if you want to be the perfect guy on a first date.

1. Be exciting, not “friendly”

Flirt a little with her. Tease her.Build sexual tension with her but don’t overdo it.
Make your interactions all about interpersonal fun and excitement.

2. Go to her kind of place.
Women want to be with a guy who has a sense of certainty in what he does and in what choices he makes. If it becomes apparent that she is not impressed with your choice of venue, smile confidently and say to her: “This is not your kind of place, is it?” Remember this should come across more like a statement than a question. Then tell her that she has to be the one to choose the next date, AGAIN, and this is very important, you must say this in a playful manner. Always stay committed to your decisions, and never be apologetic about them either. If she doesn’t like your choice of venue, then make up for it in the interaction. If the venue is more important to her than spending time with you, she’s not a keeper.

3. Get the timing right and Manage your mindset.
Remind yourself that a bad first date is not the end of the world. If it really is that bad, it’ll make for a funny story to tell your friends later on! Remember
this isn’t a job interview where you only have one shot to make a good impression. Keeping your nerves at bay will help you enjoy the date and show your best qualities. Positive self talk is your friend.

4. Ask positive emotional questions.
We all hate the “Where are you from, What do you do Where’d you grow up?” questions. All logic, no emotion. Instead, “What’s the best meal you’ve eaten?” “What’s the best compliment you’ve ever received?” “Where would your dream vacation be?”

Finally Keep it short.
This is to find out if you have chemistry. Leave it on a high note with both sides wanting to see each other again. I’ve seen too many run out of steam when they go too long.