Meeting Mr. Right isn't as difficult as you may think. Here are nine proven ways to set yourself up for dating success.
Everyday I schedule an hour to respond to questions on Twitter and Facebook. It's a very interesting part of my day because I never know what I'll be asked. The questions range from what you would imagine is typical: "Do all men cheat?" While some are more outrageous and crazy: "Paul, what do you do with your clipped toe nails?" (Answers: 1) the most extensive studies on infidelity and marriage suggest the majority of men do not cheat. 2) I collect my nails in a silk satchel and put them under my pillow at night... just kidding!)
This past week, something stood out in the questions. Several people asked, "How can I meet someone new?" I found this interesting because normally I get the question of "Where can I meet someone new?” Typically it’s not "how." For the record, I like "how" much better because there's not one spot where you can absolutely find a partner.
The key to meeting "the one" is in the expansion of your social circle. It's important to remember that the number one way, over the last 100 years, that women and men meet for marriage has been through family and friends. And, while you can't expand your family, you can expand your friendship circles.
Here are nice well-researched ways to expand your social circle and therefore give yourself the highest likelihood of finding the one. Get ready to jot these down, ladies.