The following is an excerpt of David’s interview in Top Coaching Techniques.
Ingrid: Yes. I think there’s a whole topic to talk about on dating, but just as far as my experience goes, David, the best dates are ones that you’re not just going to the movies or perhaps having dinner, but you’re actually doing something, like going bowling or going bush walking.
David: Yeah. I don’t recommend the movies unless it’s combined with something else, because in movies, they’re just there with you while you’re watching something else, you know? So something where you can talk or go for a stroll, and check out some cafes. You said how do you do that date thing. I’m going to give a tip here to the listeners, which is more important than almost anything else that I can talk about in this program, and that is you need to ask.
Ingrid: You’ll have to explain that.
David: You need to invite somebody. If you want a date, you need to invite somebody. You can’t just – I mean yes, there are ways, particularly for women, to look attractive and drop hints, and this and that, but basically, if you spot somebody who is at least remotely, possibly the kind of person you’d like to spend more time with, ask them. ‘Hey, you know what? I’m interested in doing some bowling or whatever, do you want to come?’ You’ve got to really put yourself on the line. One exercise I’ve given people before is, if you’re really hesitant about asking people, is get out there and ask ten people and make sure you get at least two or three no’s.
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