I believe I’m great at making almost anything fun…even a boring cup of coffee.I’d love to have the opportunity to prove that to you.Also, I’ll be showing examples similar to the emails he sent.
I’m not going to change the general tone or point of the emails but I am trying to ensure he remains anonymous by changing some of the specifics.
Here is my reader’s first email to a girl who was originally from the same area as him Lonestar State What’s up?
He was disappointed with the number of responses he was receiving (although I think it’s important to keep in mind there are many reasons you may not get responses, not just how you write your email) As I talk about in my guide, I don’t believe anyone has the dating/realtionships thing fully figured out.
Some of us have more experience or better insight than others but at the end of the day we’re all just making our best guesses.
That doesn’t mean always planning out involved activities, but like you said, making anything fun. I like to mix up my going out and relaxing nights at home, and always wanted to go sky diving or hang gliding or something along those lines. Starbucks and the Temple of Doom I think it’s really important to make everyday fun.
That doesn’t mean always planning out involved activities, but like you said, making anything fun.
Still, as I was writing this I came up with my title and liked it a bit better…but either would work well in my opinion.
Overall I thought the emails were fine but saw these as the biggest changes: I would shorten the emails. I see the first email as something short and simple to get her to look at my profile.
In this article, I will review some more first dating emails based on advice I gave to a reader.
He provided me with three emails he wrote and I reworked them to be closer to what I would have written.
As with the earlier emails, I felt this email had too much of him describing himself and describing what he saw in her.