Small Gestures, Big Results
Open doors for her, hold out her chair, and don’t talk with your mouth full. These are standard. But there are lesser-known manners that won’t go unnoticed: standing up every time she leaves and arrives at the table, maintaining eye contact during exchanges and leading her (either by gently holding her hand or placing your hand on her back) throughout the restaurant. Although subtle, these actions convey confidence, which is a big turn-on for women.
Always Pay. Never split.
End of discussion. Don’t linger when the check arrives. Simply pay for the bill and continue to focus on what matters most—her.
Never Jump to Conclusions
Unless she gives you the telltale signs to make a move (i.e. leaning in closer, lingering at her door, gazing at you, overt affection, etc.) do not assume that a kiss is an appropriate way to end the night. Every woman is different—some enjoy a goodnight kiss, and others like to take it slow. A great date can go to waste if you move too fast.
Forget the “Three-Day” Rule
Many people believe that there exists a dating standard where you don’t contact your date for at least three days. This is false. If you had a good time, let her know. Text her later that night or call her the next day and say how much you enjoyed her company. It’s innocent, direct, and gives her a lasting impression until the next date. If you make a woman wait, she will not only take it as a sign of disinterest, but also make you wait.
What are some other gentlemanly rules that millionaires should follow?