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Archive for July, 2016



Dating Guru’s Mailbox: How can I talk to more people?

Wednesday, July 20th, 2016

Here is the latest question for our Dating Coach

Hindu Girl

Hindu Girl

“Hi James, I want to build up my confidence and increase the amount of women that I talk to.  So I’ve been out in the shops trying to say hello to women I’m attracted to.

At the moment I either ask for directions or pay them a compliment…but I’m just not seeing enough that I really like.  Are these big enough challenges or should I being trying something else?   I know you are a dating coach so I hope you can help!  M”

Hi M,

Thanks for the message.  I’ll see how I can help.

First of all, well done for taking the first steps and actually going out into the real world approaching women. Most men are far to scared of rejection to do this, so you already have the advantage on your competition.

Your challenges are a great start but there are a few things you could do to improve.

Firstly, you shouldn’t just be approaching the hot girls but ALL women in the right age category. The more you flirt and talk to women in general then the better you’ll get and the more natural you’ll find it. If you do it right you’ll make them feel good about themselves and set them on the way to having a better day.

However shouldn’t be complimenting them on their looks/clothes all the time either. That’s just creepy. When they give you directions, tell them they are obviously well travelled or intelligent. The ladies will appreciate that much more than anything superficial.

 

Questions in general are better than directions as you have more chance of continuing the conversation. You want to ask something interesting that will get them to open up.

So these sort of questions can work well:

“Excuse me, I’m buying a shirt for my brother.  Which of these do you like the best? ”

“What sort of vegetable goes well with chicken curry?”  ( In a supermarket)

I’m not sure if I need to tell you but make sure you always dress well when you are out and about. A suit works well.  You want to look like the sort of person they would love to date.  Then make them smile and you’ll have much more success.

Hope that helps and good luck!

Best Wishes,

James

The Dating Guru

www.asiansinglesolution.com

 

 

If you have your own dating question or dilemma, please send it over to [email protected]      James will answer the best ones here in the blog.

New Mobile Matches Feature

Monday, July 11th, 2016

 

Matches

We’ve introduced a brand new “Matches”  feature which is currently exclusive to our mobile site.

 

We hope this will give you a fun user experience and increase your success.

Each day, when you first log in from your phone, you’ll be presented with a selection of up to 6 profiles. With each one you will see a photo, age, religion and location.

You can either accept as Yes/Maybe  or reject them with one click.  If you want to see more you can view profile. We recommend that if you like someone then you also start messaging them right away.

To see who you have liked go to Favourites and to see who likes you go to Who Likes Me. We have now also set up a separate tab so you can see your Mutual likes straight away.

To jump back in, go to the homepage on the mobile site.

Have fun, and let us know how you get on.

Asian Single Solution sponsoring the London Indian Film Festival

Wednesday, July 6th, 2016

We are delighted to announce that once again, we will be sponsoring the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival.

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Now in it’s 7th year, the festival showcases some of the most prestigious and though provoking movies from the Indian subcontinent. This year, it will be held
from the 14th to the 24th July.

It’s such a great opportunity to be able to support this festival. Many of our members love cinema and it’s a wonderful way to celebrate the best of Indian culture and filmmaking.  If you get the chance then do check out some of the films.

Our lead film will be “Jugni” starring

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About Jugni  (12a)

Travelling through the verdant fields of Punjab, Vibhavari (Vibs) is a gorgeous, young composer from Mumbai. She is in search of Bibi Saroop, the voice that she believes will be the saviour of her new score. She bumps into Bibi’s dashing son Mastana who has a stunning voice. Vibs records Mastana’s renditions of Punjabi folk songs and the duo soon fall for each other. Vibs returns to a soured relationship with her boyfriend in Mumbai. Mastana is left brokenhearted, but his voice is indeed the magical ingredient of the score, which becomes an instant hit. When Vibs calls Mastana to the big city he is full of hope, but they are forced to make tough choices between their careers and their hearts.

 

Supported by AsianSingleSolution.com

 

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