Some women are just “man magnets.” Here’s what they’re doing that just plain…works.
1. Get Out…of the House, That Is. Learn to be comfortable sitting solo at the coffee shop, the book store, at the sushi bar, or at the deli counter over a cup of soup or a BLT. There is absolutely no shortage of truly wonderful, single, relationship-seeking men and women in the world–in my world, and in your world. Really! You and I cross paths with lots and lots of wonderful, well-worth-meeting, single people every day. Make yourself “find-able” by being out there, engaging with all kinds of people, every day of your life.
2. Be a Man Magnet. Invite out for a play date…your inner flirt. Your secret tools? Eye contact and a playful, warm smile, letting men know that you’re accessible, approachable, and available. Especially if you’re interested in attracting a masculine man, you simply must learn to signal him with your eyes, your smile, and your open body language.
3. Don’t Wait for Invitations. Rather…watch for and pounce on those “chance” encounter opportunities, which happen for each of us every day at the car wash, the dry cleaners, and at the dog park. Have cards printed with your phone number and email address, offer them to those you meet, ask for theirs, and get comfortable reaching out to initiate get-togethers with old and new friends.
4. Develop Your Romance Marketing Plan. Create and follow a proactive strategy to jump-start your love life. Pop online or join a local club or dating agency. (You can register for free at www.CupidsCoach.com to be eligible for personal matchmaking introductions throughout Southern CA and beyond.) Throw some parties. Do whatever it takes to get your cute face on a date with one or two new, prospective partners each month.
5. Primp. Get fit, stay fit, care about your body, your skin, your hair, and what you wear. This is California, where appearances matter–perhaps more than they should. Take those few extra moments before going out to doll-it-up just a bit. Get current, flattering photos (face and body shots) of the adorable you, and have the courage to use them online.
6. Think Possibility. Look for what’s right (not for what’s wrong) with each person you encounter. Always accept invitations, use your ears more than your mouth, and make your purpose to enrich and contribute to the life of each person fortunate enough to bump into and be with YOU!