First impression matters a lot, but it doesn’t just end at first impressions; a lot has to do with the impression you give after meeting the lady.
A lot of men know how to make a good first impression on a lady, and at first instance the lady would be attracted to them — which is a good thing. But after that, they are confused on how and when to take things further, should they take things too direct or bid time and be quite slow — and most times, this is where they lose that lady, because a wrong decision here would have a lot in determining whether she would get wary of you or you would get friend zoned.
On the average, taking things moderately, that is not too fast and not too slow is the best bet in getting that lady after making a good first impression — this is the best way of building momentum.
These 6 tips below would help build the perfect momentum
1. KNOWING THE KIND OF LADY SHE IS
Taking things moderately would work for most ladies, but all women are different; some are highly reserved and love to study their man thoroughly before saying yes to him — things would be better with these kinds of women if you take it a bit slow. However, some women take things as they come, they might be ready to date you just after the first impression, with these type, taking things slow would totally jeopardize your chances. A lot really depends on the woman in question, and that you should be aware of.
2. THE FIRST DATES SHOULD BE CLOSE TOGETHER
After meeting her, it’s important that the first dates are close together and the dates that come subsequently should be closely spaced. The first date ought to be spectacular, try to be confident and not arrogant, try not to do too much, just be simple and charming. If there is too much spacing within dates, you might lose the momentum, and a lost momentum might never be regained.
3. SOMETIMES FOLLOW THE HEAT OF THE MOMENT
Life isn’t a textbook, and if you try to use a textbook approach you might totally lose out. Be spontaneous, read signals, be confident, send meaningful messages, and be ready to make things happen rather than trying to take a moderate approach or being too slow or too fast. Acting in the heat of the moment sometimes can be the best decision you could take.
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