Casual– these questions are perfect for a first or second date or networking event.
A little more personal– these questions are good to ask someone you already know but want to know better.
You weren’t drawn to them, you didn’t want more of them … Being good at conversation and knowing the right things to say isn’t just about following a script, it’s about coming from the right place internally.
That is a place of confidence and curiosity, not insecurity and neediness.
Conversation is meant to be enjoyable, not nerve-wracking and painful.
Whether it’s a guy you’re dating, a job you want, or just mingling at a networking event, take the pressure off and see it as an opportunity to connect, and not an opportunity to prove your worth.
And as they speak, you simply have your complete attention on what they’re saying.
You’re not caught up in your mind thinking about what you want to say next or about what they might be thinking about you.
The second you seeks to prove anything, you immediately radiate a desperate vibe that is off-putting.
When you have some idea of what you want a man to reveal to you, you might be disappointed when he does not say what you want him to say.
and what it will mean if things don’t turn out in their favor.