How to Keep Him Interested

People in New York - happy couple on Times Square. Dating youngThe first conversation can make or break the future of the potential relationship.

So, it’s in your best interest to know how to keep him interested.

In other words, the goal of the “first” conversation should be to make it stimulating enough for the other person to want a “second” conversation – and this doesn’t happen by gathering “statistics” about the person.

I’m talking about a HUGE mistake that many women make when they first meet or start dating a man. It’s the one thing that will sabotage you from the get-go as it comes off as aggressive and desperate at the same time. Don’t deal this double whammy when you start talking…

This will Sabotage Everything

bigstock-Girl-in-grey-sweater-keeps-pap-44703169Many women who find themselves on the search for “the one” strike up casual conversations with potential suitors and only ask “interview style” questions.

“What do you do?”

“How long have you worked there?”

“Where are you from?”

“What brings you here?”

While these types of questions are okay to ask, they fail to make the conversation stimulating and memorable for both parties. This won’t attract a guy.

The key to getting a guy to want that “second” conversation with you is digging deeper!

No, this doesn’t mean that you have to carry your gardening trowel in purse when you go out. “Digging deeper” simply means that you need to use the first conversation to ask about his passions and interests. Believe me, you’ll get a far better picture of a man by asking about his interests, as opposed to his job history!

Bottom Line:

If you want the “first” conversation to result in a “second” conversation, make the first one memorable by digging deeper and finding out more about the guy than what’s listed on his resume. That’s how to keep him interested – and eager for your next encounter.

For the step by step action plan on how to reel him in and have him falling all over himself to gain your attention, be sure to watch the “Girl Gets Ring” video here.




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