Note from Chase: This is a guest post by Mark Manson, founder of Postmasculine.com. Mark writes on a range of topics, including confidence, self-improvement, dating, and relationships, and has been one of the friends of GirlsChase.com since the site's beginnings.
Take a moment to consider…
…That instead of worrying whether she’ll like you before you approach her, you could instead worry whether after you approach, if you’ll like her?
…That instead of feeling the need to impress her with your job or accomplishments, you could need to be impressed by what she’s done and accomplished for herself?
…That instead of sitting there silent, wondering what to say next to get her to like you, you could sit there silent wondering what she will say to make you like her?
…That instead of waiting around for her to return your call, you could find something to do so she waits for your call?
…That instead of worrying if you’re tall or good-looking enough for her, you could decide whether she’s too superficial to recognize your great qualities?
…That instead of trying to come up with the perfect date, you could decide that a woman who really likes you doesn’t need a perfect date?