Try to keep what you have to say short and concise. If this date goes well, there will be lots more opportunities to share your stories in the future.
Don’t be scared of pauses and help mix up the conversation by asking your date questions.
Most women over 50 have been in relationships with men who don't care much about what they have to say.
For 10, 20, 30 years, the men in their lives have been blathering on about themselves and not listening. Maybe it's the journalist in me who always preferred interviewing to being interviewed. I ask questions that make it clear I have heard what they say and want to hear more. I've done lots of cool things, worked for Tom Hanks and for governors and CEOs and climbed mountains and such.
Or, whilst on the date, pick a subject that you’re enthusiastic about, such as a hobby.
She will sense your confidence as you talk passionately about it.
It’s best to stay away from the conversation altogether.
Your date will not be interested and it can make things feel awkward between you.
You can break down the story into following parts Part 1– How our protagonist get the date? In this act, the protagonist is preparing for a date while thinking of the events happened recently explaining his journey from the first meeting with the girl. While preparing for a date what are the things he is doing and what are the obstacles he follows along with the funniest transactions. so always remember to enjoy while making of because everyone on the set has a story which needs to be told and loved.
I track the conversation -- I'm not leaping from one topic to another.
But even if you don't like listening, LISTEN anyway. • First, you're not as fascinating as you think you are. I don't care if you're Jon Hamm or Joe Scarborough or the head of an investment bank or ambassador to Ghana.
– The objective of the project is to create a romantic, comedy short film.
Where we need to set protagonist and he did before going on a date.