Also, if her profile is lame and generic, expect her responses to your emails to be the same.
Don’t be surprised when a chick whose entire profile consists solely of the phrase, “I love shopping, traveling and my dog,” doesn’t have a clever retort to your email.
We all want someone to set the tone and follow along, instead of realizing that we’re always setting the tone ourselves.
I realize that I’ve gone on a bit of a tangent from your original question, Dwayne, but this is important.
I seem to run into this a lot and haven’t seen this addressed.
Dear X (1) I just read your profile (2) and thought it was really great (3). Anyway, check out my profile (6) and see if you like what you read (7). (11) Here’s what’s wrong with this very simple, innocuous email that you’ve probably written (or received) 100 times. ” The crux of most email exchanges is taking something the other person did and saying, “Me, too”! ” Who would a woman rather go out with – the boring lunkhead who asks for her number before he’s had a chance to charm her, or the witty guy whose every email she anticipates with delight? And studies show that confidence and humor are the two most desirable qualities in both men AND women.
Steve has always been an ”in demand” session player in addition to all of his other musical endeavors....
Come join Ric Fierabracci, Ray Brinker, and myself for a face melting rockin blues throw down!
And yet most of us get online and wonder why it always feels so stale.
It’s because YOU’RE making it stale, and you’re accepting stale conversation from others.Just today, I was on the phone with a client who was sharing the same experience with me: “ It wasn’t until she showed me one really GOOD email from a guy that she started to get it. But look at the emails you write back to the boring men.