I want to offer you a whole new perspective on how a date can be brought to a beautiful finale that will stand out in her memory for a long time, whether it’s a first date or you’ve been together for years. Seriously, it’s probably the best way to end a date that I’ve ever heard of.
In case you hadn’t noticed, one thing women love about men is thinking about them.
That can be a very good thing… and sometimes a bad thing. Women’s minds can play like a scratched record. If you do something great they’ll remember it and play it over and over in their heads. If you do something that really annoys them then… oh boy, same deal.
Have you ever ended a date and just felt that it could have ended a lot better? And then you went home and wondered if you’d see her again?
Well, that’s kind of a disconcerting feeling. I hope you’ve also had dates where you wrapped up and just felt like you were flowing with electricity.
Knowing how to end a date right can leave an impression that stays with her long after you’ve parted.
When I was a kid I used to love the old TV Show, The A-Team. In fact, I had a standing date with the A-Team every Thursday night at 8pm on channel 7.
One of the things that I used to looooove about that show was that during the credits at the very end they would play that awesome A-Team theme music while showing freeze framed images from all the best parts of the program.
There was something about it that had me look back on the whole little adventure I’d gone through with them and appreciate and savor all the different parts of what a good ride it was. Even if it wasn’t that great of an episode I still remember always walking away from the show feeling excited because the best moments of it were the one’s left in my memory.
So, in the same theme as that here is a beautiful way to wrap up a date… A-Team style.
You simply ask the question, “What was one of your favorite moments from our time together?” Depending on what feels right you can share first or just let her respond.
This guides you both to highlight one (or a few) of your favorite moments with each other and let those beautiful moments remain in the memory between the two of you as you end the date.
For a deeper and more advanced connection you can also ask her what her favorite “frame” from the evening was. Think of “a frame” like the frame from a 35mm movie film. It’s a freeze frame of a moment that just captures the essence of what was happening.
It could sound like… “My favorite frame was when I made that joke about your drink and you gave me this funny sideways glance. There was such sincere warmth in your eyes when you did that. That was a great frame.”
It’s a beautiful way to really acknowledge the special moments of the night.
It also lets you know what stood out to her, which can often be quite pleasing, surprising and insightful.
Consider practicing this by doing it with someone that you’ve spent some time with. It doesn’t have to be an actual date with a woman in order for you to learn how to use it.
It could be after spending time with a friend, family member or even co-worker. As long as it’s coming from a place of genuine care and interest for their experience with you it will flow.
This is just one tool for having beautiful, authentic experiences with amazing women and all the people in your life. The truth is, there are tons of little ways like this to create awesome interactions with women.
If you want a dating life that flows like an aerodynamic sports car instead of a box on wheels then keep paying attention to the things that take your interactions deeper. You can’t help but evolve as a man when you do this and an ever-evolving man is what the woman you desire is wanting.
In service of your greatness,