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Live a full life. Leading an interesting and fulfilling life will make you more attractive to potential mates. After all, would you want to date someone who seemingly has no interests, hobbies or friends? Become a well-rounded person by spending time with friends, pursuing your own interests, and developing new hobbies. That way, when you finally meet the right girl, you'll have plenty to offer her in return.
Be confident in yourself. You can't expect another person to love you until you love yourself. While everyone has their insecurities, letting them get the most out of you will only make you unattractive to potential mates. If you find you cannot overcome your insecurities, ask a friend to point out your attributes. If that isn't effective, work on building your confidence with a counsellor, therapist or a trusted member of the clergy.
Avoid desperation. Neediness is a good way to repel romantic partners. And those who are attracted to desperation are probably not the best candidates for a healthy relationship. When you meet a girl, don't immediately drop the rest of your life to be at her every beck and call, and don't bombard her with endless calls and texts.
Determine the qualities you seek. You'll find it's easier to recognize a good potential partner when you meet her if you've already determined the characteristics you seek in a mate. Should she be religious, educated, funny, kind to animals or love kids? By knowing what you're looking for, you'll be better equipped to recognize a good match when you meet her.
Decide on your drop-dead deal breakers. Everyone has qualities or behaviours that are deal-breakers when it comes to relationships, whether they realize it or not. Spend some time thinking about characteristics that you absolutely do not want in your ideal partner. For many, dishonesty is a deal-breaker, while others may be opposed to cruelty, prejudice, substance abuse or lack of ambition. Knowing your deal-breakers is just as important in determining compatibility as knowing what attracts you, and can save you a lot of wasted time and effort in a dead-end relationship.
Remain flexible. Just because you've decided what qualities attract you, that doesn't mean your ideal mate will possess every one of them. In fact, people are often surprised to find love where they least expect it. Think of your attractions as a guideline, not a strict rule.
Don't judge a book by its cover. Looking for a mate with a particular physique, hair colour or facial features is one of the quickest ways to find Ms. Wrong. Even the best looks fade over time, and while chemistry is important, if you have only physical chemistry in common, your relationship is doomed from the start.
Maximize your opportunities. Don't leave your search for love strictly up to fate; you can't expect to come across the perfect woman from a random visit to the grocery store or even while buying a drink at the bar. Search in a variety of places by taking a class that interests you, joining a club, attending church, visiting online dating websites or even accepting blind dates.
Search in the right places. While you should maximize your opportunities of meeting new women, don't waste your time meeting them in places that are of no interest to you. If you aren't religious, you may not want to meet women at a church, and if drinking is a deal-breaker for you, you probably don't want to look for a potential partner at a bar. Likewise, visit places that are of interest to you. Are you a sci-fi geek? Why not meet women at a book store or a Star Wars convention? Or perhaps you are a lover of the arts. How about seeking a potential mate in an art class or at a museum?
Demonstrate tenacity. If at first, you don't succeed, try, try again. Just because you didn't meet your ideal woman on one online dating website, blind date or dance class, that doesn't mean she won't be waiting for you at the next one. Don't give up on one way of meeting women just because it wasn't successful the first time or two. The world is full of people, and finding the right partner is very much a numbers game in which you'll often meet a lot of Ms. Wrongs before you find Ms. Right.
Ask her out. As they say, you'll never know unless you try. When you meet a woman who you find interesting and attractive, don't be afraid to ask her for a date. Don't assume she is out of your league or wait for her to make the first move. What's the worst that can happen? She says no and you move on to someone else. Just be direct and honest in your proposition.
Keep it casual. Drinks are fine for a first date, and asking her on a quick outing will place less pressure on the situation. You definitely don't want to sit through a seven-course meal with someone you’ve only just met, especially if it's obvious the chemistry isn't there by the time the entrees appear. Choose a familiar setting for maximum comfort and a place that’s convenient for both of you to get to.
Learn about each other through small talk. Because you probably know little about the person, you should casually search for common ground. Remember to be your own person. Don't pretend you love a certain food or that you know everything about a movie you've never seen just to impress your date.
Identify red flags. Sometimes it can be difficult to know whether or not someone you’re interested in is exhibiting suspect behaviour, especially in the early stages of a relationship. A good way to spot deal breakers is by asking plenty of questions during your initial dates. What are her future goals? Does she like kids? Is she on good terms with her previous relationships? Since you've already established your wants, needs and deal breakers, you can more easily know what attributes to look for and ask about.
Look for common goals and values. Just as you want to spot your deal breakers, you also want to discover if you and a potential mate hold common goals and values. Again, since you've already determined what you're looking for, you'll be better equipped to identify commonalities. Do you share a similar sense of humour? Are your future goals compatible? Does she hold similar core values to your own? Answering these three questions will provide an excellent clue as to whether or not a future together may be possible.
Don't rush the relationship. While you may be anxious to find out everything there is to know about a woman and determine if she is right for you, don't rush the relationship. While you shouldn't take too much time to find if you share core goals and values, you don't need to answer every question on the first date. Take some time to get to know each other naturally, and ask key questions as the relationship progresses.
Accept rejection and move forward. The best relationships can't be forced. If she doesn't call or agree to another date, don't let the rejection affect your confidence and perseverance. Just believe that she wasn't the right girl for you, and be grateful you didn't waste weeks, months or years with the wrong person. 
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