Staying Active in Your Own Love Life
The following is an excerpt of David’s interview in Top Coaching Techniques.
David: It’s simply be practical. If you’re after a relationship, you can sit at home or you can complain to your friends that you’re not in a partnership, or you can actually write down who you’re looking for, get out there off your butt, join a club. If you’re after people who are into personal development, go and do some personal development courses. Go and do an acting course. Go and do some dancing. That’s often a wonderful way to meet people; get into some kind of dancing class. I’ll tell you, that’s one of the best tips I’ve ever come up with from a Ingrid.
David: Because you not only meet people who are into the same things that you are – for example, into dancing or into going out – but you also get to spend maybe six weeks or eight weeks with the same people, and you get to know them. You don’t have to go to a bar, and walk up to someone and try and establish a relationship under the influence of alcohol, but you’ve actually got time to develop a relationship and see, ‘Do I want to ask this person out, or do I not?’
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