Asking someone out on a date need not be nerve-wracking.
The simple truth is that most single people would love to be asked out to coffee or dinner, and will never think less of you for venturing to approach them.
In the movie ‘Hitch’, Will Smith plays a “date doctor,” a consultant who helps his clients stand out from the crowd and reach the initial step in any successful relationship: the first date.
They are ready to say yes when asked on a date in the right way, at the right time, under the right circumstances.
Forgetting this fact is what causes so many people to spend days working up the courage to ask someone for a date.
They approach the encounter with an attitude and demeanor that seem to say, “I know you’re probably going to say no, but…” Confidence is attractive, while fear and timidity have the opposite effect.
If you experience fear and trepidation when thinking about asking someone out, consider the following: Keep things in perspective.
Simply be the confident and thoughtful person your potential date has been looking for, ask the question, and then expect “yes” for an answer.
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