How you should respond when a woman tries to change your plans for your date at the last minute and what this really means. How to respond so she values your time and no longer tries to jerk you around.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer I had a phone coaching session with last week. He did not set a definite date with this woman who had turned him down twice over the previous two weeks when he called to ask her out. When he texted her to finalize plans for their date last week, she mentioned that she needed to get up early.
I discuss his responses to her when he tried to finalize their date plans on the day of their scheduled date. They were supposed to go out in the evening, but he did not give her a definite time when he first set the date.
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“The proper way to respond to other people when they try to change your plans at the last minute or jerk you around is to stand up for what you want and let them know you are willing to walk away if you don’t get what you want. When people don’t value you or your time they often will do and say things that communicate this. You don’t get what you deserve in life, only what you negotiate. When you show you are willing to walk away and never look back when others show a lack of respect or value for you, they will either back up and give you what you want or let you go. If you feel you deserve what you want, do not compromise and take less. You’ll only resent it later. Plus, others will respect you more when you stand up for yourself and are willing to walk away, even if they let you.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne