Where to go for a first date? Where the best places for a first date or to meet is a common question I address so you can Date Intelligently.
What I see is that many people over commit on the first date, really I don’t think it should be called that. The first encounter is really more of a meeting than a date. Use it as a way to see if there is actually any energy, any chemistry, any connection between you first and foremost.
If there is, great, but don’t spend the next 8 hours together. If there isn’t, now you know and you can move on quickly without spending a ton of energy, money, or time with the other person. Yet, when there is chemistry move to another location, go be adventurous and spontaneous in your own way to show your personality more,
My suggestions on where to actually meet are in open spaces like cafe’s and coffee shops. You will have the best luck if you connect before six or seven in the evening while there are still people out in a casual environment before families and dates start to happen. This will allow you the opportunity to see each other without many of the barriers that enter in in the evening time that otherwise wouldn’t be there.
Whatever you do please, please, please don’t over commit and on the first date take them to a nice dinner or movie. Dinners are bad because they are more intimate, and expensive too. This gives off the sense that you are over committing without even knowing the person. I strongly suggest against this as you don’t even know if you’re compatible.
Movies are horrible to because what do you actually get to know about the person? There isn’t any room for connection, it is a bad idea all around.
Try it out for a few dates and I bet you’ll be pleasantly surprised that cafe’s are a great place to actually get to know the real person you are sitting across form.
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