emember back in high school when you had a coach screaming at you to run faster or hit that softball harder?Well, it turns out that people who are looking to improve their dating game can also get the kick-in-the-butt they need—from dating coaches.It conveys that you’re nervous, and that makes the other person nervous about why they’re making you nervous.” —Zohar Adner, stress/relationship coach in New York City (stopstressingout.com) “One key thing I emphasize to my clients is the power of the compliment.There’s interesting research that shows that a person who gives a compliment actually experiences the same rush of feeling good as the person who receives it.We decided to find out—and our results are here for you to use. So force yourself to smile, make eye contact, ask questions, and throw out a few compliments.The last thing you want is to miss a great romantic opportunity because the other person thought you couldn’t care less about meeting again! A., dating consultant (rhondafindling.com) and author of “Guys, first impressions count, so look like you have style.
These professionals assess how their clients dress, speak, and act during dates and offer advice to optimize their clients’ “performance,” so to speak.Which got us wondering: What kind of insider advice do these coaches have to offer?If you don’t have style, go to a clothing store, find a hot girl, and say, ‘You need to help me find a pair of jeans and a shirt that look good on me.’ She can explain what to wear. If you wear funky shoes, women will check them out with a big smile.Plus, make sure you notice what your date’s wearing and tell her it’s nice, because she spent a lot of time and maybe a bunch of money, too, getting ready.
My advice for women, on the other hand, is choose something you “Scheduling a short date sends the message that you’re busy—which makes you interesting—but that you really want to get together and will make time for the person.And since you’re not dragging things out until the conversation gets dull and awkward, you can leave each other on a high note and walk away thinking ‘This is cool, I can’t wait to see this person again.’ People don’t fall in love with each other on a date; they fall in love when they’re apart and thinking later about how much fun they had.” —Katherin Scott, Coach Katherin the Dating Coach in Snoqualmie, WA (makinglovework4u.com) next, and you wind up missing what your date is saying.