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The reward theory of gratification - Be Fun

by richard 1. November 2015 09:00

If you want people to get to know you and see how awesome you are then you need to be someone they want to spend time with.  This basically means you need to be fun! As everyone wants to be around someone who is fun! Right?

Fun is the most attractive trait someone can have, more than looks, more than money or status or popularity. We have all been at a party where there is one person that everyone wants to talk to, everyone wants to be around and why is that? It’s because they are fun!  They have the good humour, the slight whit and the great stories.

Think about people in your life, your co-workers, your classmates, and your social circle, all of them. Most people we know are nondescript. They are nice enough people, they’re pleasant but they’re not really memorable.  But we ALL have those friends that stand out.  The ones that make us laugh and have the best stories.  They are the ones doing cool, exciting things and they want us to do cool and exciting things with them.  They’re Passionate. They’re alive.  They are just fun!

How do you bring this to internet dating?

Well come across fun, by putting fun and exciting things in your messages, make them laugh tell a story of when you had great fun. If you get to the point where you are going to meet up (maybe not the first date) but on the second or third suggest something fun.


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