Pointers To Get A Conversation Going During A First Date

Get your date talking with these simple pointers.

Get your date talking with these simple pointers.

I’m pretty sure that acing the whole thing is your top priority when you’re going out with a woman for the first time.

And one of the key factors that you should take note of to do just that is getting a meaningful conversation going and keep it on a roll.

Sure this is pretty said than done, but I’ve picked up a few useful pointers how to do this during my extensive research into the female psychology.

Make sure you read on to find out what these are and boost your chances of encouraging your date to exchange meaningful ideas with you during the big day (or night).

No gadgets allowed.

I know this sounds surprising right now, but making it a point to switch off your mobile phone as well as any other gadget you may have along is an advantage when it comes to breaking the ice during a first date.

They will just distract you and keep you from giving your complete attention to the woman you’re going out with.

It’s “switch off” and not “put it in silent mode,” alright?

Don’t slouch.

Interestingly, women tend to be rather critical with the posture of the guy they’re on a first date with. She might have the wrong notion about you if slouch the whole time.

Remember to keep an eye on your posture to really get on the right track to making her feel like talking with you.

Eye contact is essential.

It’s possible that you could make your date feel rather awkward – or even stressed – if you don’t get and maintain eye contact with her. And this will just make her clam up.

Prevent this from happening by looking her in the eye when you say something or when it’s her turn to talk.

Scared of looking her in the eye? Start by looking at the topmost part of the bridge of her nose instead and you can go from there.

Keep the questions trivial.

What’s really interesting is a lot of men mistakenly think that engaging a woman in a conversation on a first date involves asking difficult questions.

Kicking things off with them will just make her feel that you’re trying too hard.

You can actually encourage her to open up by asking no-fuss stuff like the TV show she’s following these days or perhaps her favorite band ever.


Sure this sounds really simplistic, but make it a point to really listen intently when she’s talking.

Besides having the opportunity to know more about her, you’re also going to pick up some stuff that you can use to dazzle her as you go along.

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