It was a pleasure to speak with David Bennet on Last First Date Radio and listen to his dating advice for men over 40.
Following are highlights of our loosely transcribed conversation.
What are some of the biggest issues for men dating over 40? Dating seems mysterious and there’s nothing they can do about it.
If your car wasn’t running well, you’d go to a mechanic.
They eventually started creating practical tips based on their studies.
They have partnered with matchmakers and dating coaches in Columbus, Ohio, helping men (and women) become more confident and attractive through consulting, public speaking, and classes.
But if you are having trouble dating or in relationships, many men just get mad women.
They might say, “Women are mean” or “There are no good women.” It’s important to recognize that there’s a problem and you can improve your attractiveness which will improve your dating success.
What are practical tips that any man can do to be more attractive? Attraction occurs within the older parts of our brain.
Chemistry is felt even when that person is terrible for you. What we suggest is to study what someone who’s successful with women is doing right. Another tip is at a bar, notice when a guy has a drink covering their chest. What you’re saying is “I’m afraid, protecting myself”. Spread your stuff out and take up a little more space. Seems animalistic to claim the space, but it makes you look confident.
Check out other guys’ profile photos and come up with your own decent profile pic. When you’re sitting: relaxation conveys confidence. When I was younger, I blamed women for being mean when I didn’t have success with them.
Men in sleeveless shirts and motorcycles are dressing to impress other men, not women. Make your voice a little deeper if you can and speak from the diaphragm. What I learned is I had to accept responsibility for my part in relationships and improve my dating skills. Take care of your body and style, but work on your personality more. When you work on these skills, you will have a greater love for life and a better life in general.
Naturally outgoing and persuasive, twins Jonathan and David Bennet began to think about the power of popularity when they noticed that being popular with their students made them more successful teachers.This spurred their devotion to years of research studying the “science” of attraction.