4 Ways to Meet People Who You’ll Be Amazed By in Person
If you are about to go on a date, and you haven’t really met your date yet, don’t panic! There are a number of ways to make a first impression and meet someone that you like. You don’t have to have a fancy dinner, or plan the perfect evening in order to impress your date. If you’re willing to take some steps to ensure that she gets to know you before you both head out for a night on the town, it will ensure that your first meeting goes much better than if you just show up to the restaurant with no idea of what you’re doing. Here are some things that you can do to make an impression that will be lasting:
He met her at a coffee shop. Oddly enough, he met her at an espresso shop. Did you ever meet anyone at that restaurant who you thought would be interesting to spend time with? Chances are that you probably didn’t. It’s because most people who come across unexpected moments like this tend to have an easy time remembering the encounter. So don’t let this be you.
He called you up out of the blue. This is what happens when you meet someone for the first time, and you never really connect with them on any sort of cognitive level. Instead, you just sort of bump into them and they’re like “Oh, by the way… hi, !”
She came face to face with him while doing something together. This is a pretty common scenario. People who come face to face with someone that they enjoy spending time with, quickly become drawn to them because of the immediate connection that they feel. When you meet one another face to face, there is an instant connection because your brains have already mapped out a potential connection between you two.
He found you via an internet search engine. Now obviously, you might think that this scenario is the easiest one possible. It is if you know how to use etymology. etymology is basically the study of old English language, and it deals specifically with nouns and verbs.
To use etymology in your dating search, type in a person’s name into the search bar and then see if you can uncover any old words or phrases that reference their personal brand of enlightenment. Maybe you come up with “Darth Vader” in the search results. If so, that’s a good thing. After all, you may not want to meet Darth Vader. However, if you find that there are several references to “Darth Vader” in his speech, then you definitely want to meet him to get to know him better.