People constantly ask, “Where can I meet good men?” and “Where are the quality women?” The answer is everywhere. We even created this game to prove it. When meeting singles, it’s not so much about where you do it, but how you present yourself and take chances that counts.
For example, if you zoom in and out of your farmer’s market every weekend, you may miss out on meeting quality people who are also shopping or someone who is selling amazing heirloom tomatoes.
Take a few extra minutes to enjoy yourself. Put your phone away. Smile at the people around you. Ask questions like, “Have you ever seen such a big zucchini?” or “How do you like to prepare Brussel sprouts?”
One of the keys to meeting people is to slow down. Remember that wherever you go. There are single people everywhere including the mall, the dry cleaners, the ice cream parlor, concerts, the gym, county fairs, and the beach. It’s up to you to be approachable.
For example, if you go to the same bar and sit at the same table, with the same group of women every weekend, you’re likely to get the same results. When women huddle up together, men do not want to approach them. It’s intimidating and they’ll always worry about that one girl who will roll her eyes.
Approaching someone takes enough courage. Don’t make it Mission Impossible. If you like to go to bars, make it easier for people to approach you. Sit at the bar, by yourself, and say, “Hi” to the people around you.
The great thing about bars is that they’re not just for drinking. Instead of grabbing fast food for lunch, make a point of going to a restaurant and sitting at the bar. Whether it’s a sushi bar or a steakhouse bar, the people who sit there generally do so because they would like to interact with other people. Chat with the bartender. Ask the person next to you how they’re enjoying their meal. Be open and people will notice you.
Keep these tips in mind and as you work your daily routine, work your Fantasy Dating game. And when you find yourself asking, “Where will I find him/her?” Remember, it’s not so much where, it’s how you will find them.