In this video coaching newsletter I discuss two different emails from the same viewer. In the first email he discusses the success he has been having since our first phone session. He’s been meeting and dating more women in a short period of time than he has ever experienced. He discusses a great first date with a woman he met online. Towards the end of their first date, she grabbed and kissed him. He then contacted her three days later to make a second date. She accepted.
The second email he discusses what happened on the day of their second date. Once he realized that she was late, he contacted her asking where she was. She responded that since he did not confirm the date, that she thought that they had no date. She stood him up. She stopped responding via text in the middle of their conversation until the next day. Then she told him she was busy for the next two weeks, but to contact her then. He asks my opinion on what happened and what he should do next.
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“When someone makes a date with you, but then asks you to confirm the date before you meet them or pick them up at the last minute, this will usually result in a broken date if you agree to this. Why? If you love yourself, value your time, perceive yourself as a catch and you have plenty of options with members of the opposite sex, you’re not going to make plans with anyone on a maybe basis. You don’t make maybe appointments with your doctor or dentist. Therefore, never agree to make them with potential lovers. If someone does not value your time enough to make definite plans to see you, make plans to see someone else.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne