Go Get More Dates #4

Hi,

Welcome to lesson 4 of Go Get More Dates.

In this lesson, I’m going to share with you one of my favorite tips to help you get more dates…

Let’s do it!

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Yesterday you made a list of 5 things you’re personally passionate about, and 5 things you look for in a girl.

That was the first step towards implementing the strategy.

Here’s a higher-level overview of how my strategy works.

Step 1: With those lists of 5 things, think about how they relate to girls.

Step 2: Think about how you could qualify girls based on those interests.

Step 3: Relate these together in a way to create a beautiful concoction of words that will intrigue girls.

Let’s walk through each step in detail.

Question #1: What are 5 things in life you are PASSIONATE about?

Step 1: With those lists of 5 things, think about how they relate to girls. 

First off, if you don’t have passions in life – get some.

Girls will like you more for it.

It doesn’t even matter what it is; though a passion for business and becoming rich is going to be more attractive than playing World of Warcraft, in most cases.

Secondly, how does this fit into girls?

For example, we’ll use football and beer – because who doesn’t like those?

Question #2: What are 5 things you look for in a girl?

Step 2: Think about how you could qualify girls based on those interests.

Sticking with our football example – think about HOW this could be used to relate to women and make them jump through hoops to PROVE themselves to YOU.

Do you like a girl who can be a bit of a tomboy and hang out with the guys?

Or do you prefer a girly-girl who likes makeup, dresses, and perfume?

Perhaps it’s somewhere in-between. It doesn’t matter.

Say that you wrote down “dresses in a feminine way with heels and dresses” under things you like about girls. You prefer the girly-girl types.

Step 3: Relate #1 and #2 together in a way to create a beautiful concoction of words that will intrigue girls.

We’ve determined that you like football, yet prefer a more feminine type of girl.

Great. You’re probably not alone with this thinking.

It becomes very easy to screen from here.

But how do you do it?

You ask.

Let’s say you’re using a dating site. You can easily send a first message using emojis (which girls love), and say…

“I have some important questions. I hope you’re ready…

Most often, girls will respond to the fun game.

Now, it doesn’t matter what they say.

Let’s say she says the things you DON’T like. She likes soccer, wine, jeans, and sneakers.

You use it to TEASE AND QUALIFY HER.

“Hmm…you like jeans and sneakers yet prefer wine over beer. You must be a classy…hipster ;)”

or…

“Jeans, sneakers, and soccer…you must be a hipster ;)”

Alternatively, she likes football, beer, and dresses and heels. Your ideal girl. You’d say:

“Wow…4/4. A girl after my own heart. What should we name our babies? ”

Or (let’s say she prefers wine to beer) if she only got 3 of 4:

“Hmm…and you were so close. You like football but don’t like beer? You’re breaking my heart haha”

IT DOESN’T MATTER WHAT YOUR INTERESTS ARE.

This formula gives you a blueprint to get a girl to engage with you, you can use it to qualify her, and then you can use it to pitch a date to her.

Tomorrow, I’m going to show you how to do that.

Action Item #1: Write out some comparisons to the things you’re passionate about, which you did yesterday. (i.e. if you wrote that you like cars, what’s the opposite “test” to ask her? For example: bikes, planes, boats, etc.).

Action Item #2: Use the template above to write out your first “qualifying” or “disqualifying” message based on her answers.
Once you’ve completed these, hit reply and tell me about them. I enjoy hearing the creativity!

-Kyle

In the next lesson, we’re going to learn how to transition towards a date or a phone number using what we’ve discussed here.

Lesson 1 – The very first step towards succeeding with girls
Lesson 2 – The one thing you absolutely CANNOT do
Lesson 3 – Behind the scene of a man getting dates
Lesson 4 – My #1 tip to intrigue girls + get them responding
Lesson 5 – The perfect text interaction
Lesson 6 – The answers you’ve always wanted