Speed dating--hah! Nicholas Boothman will have you finding not just the possibility of love, but the love of your life--and will show you how to have that person fall in love with you a mere 90 minutes after you meet. Author of How to Make People Like You in 90 Seconds or Less
, the Dale Carnegie for a rushed era (The New York Times) with 136,000 copies in print, Boothman is an expert on helping people connect. Now he focuses on romance--showing the reader first how to find and then how to connect with his or her Matched Opposite (i.e., the person who completes you).
Beginning with a series of revealing self-assessment tests, you discover who you are, and then discover who best suits your personality. (Analytical types should look for Matched Opposites who make them feel intelligent; Supporters need Matched Opposites who make them feel valued.) Then come the tools that make the quest work: how to get out there, with the Two Simple Rules of Socializing; how to make a fabulous first impression, with tips on everything from attitude to accessories; how to be charming, not alarming; introductions, opening lines, and the 1-2-3 mantra of never hesitating. There are techniques for starting and maintaining conversation and for finding Me Too triggers, plus the importance of flirting, incidental touching, rules of self-disclosure, and more. Real-life examples and detailed analyses of actual conversations show the method at work--and why the feedback Boothman receives from his clients often begins, "Please come to my wedding . . . ."
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From the Back Cover
Who Says You Can't Hurry Love?
Nicholas Boothman, bestselling author and expert in helping people connect, shows you how to recognize and attract the person who's best matched for you, then to quickly create feelings of love and intimacy. At the core of this simple, valuable book are dozens of easily learned verbal and nonverbal communication techniques that instill a newfound confidence and ease.
Forget speed dating. Now true love is just 90 minutes away.