Women are attracted to men who know who they are; men who have established their own set of values in life and men who have the strength of character to stand by those values and always be true to themselves.Knowing who you are and knowing what you want from life makes you an attractive man at any age.Enjoy yourself, take time to get to know someone (and let them know you—the real you—you don’t have time for do-overs) and bring along your sense of humor.First dates aren’t job interviews: There is no need to reveal everything about yourself right off. Asking questions and listening attentively indicates your interest better than yakking away and you’ll learn more. I find lots of people in our generation aren’t fully conversant with the internet—like the fact that any information they put out in cyberspace stays there forever and can be found with only minor digging.When you interact with a woman, she is only going to look at you as a potential lover, boyfriend or husband if you can make her feel sexually attracted to you. It’s no surprise that a man in his 50s might be carrying a little more “baggage” with him than a man in his 20s.The more sexual attraction you are able to make women feel by way of your personality, confidence, vibe, body language, behavior and attitude, the more options you will have with women. It’s totally normal, expected and nothing to worry about at all.
Cell phone etiquette: Unless you are a brain surgeon on call, turn off your cell phone during a date.
When listening isn’t enough: Should you Goggle your date? That is a good thing when it comes to checking someone out.
You’ll want to know if they are who and what they say they are, but don’t go all Columbo.
Just because a player has silver hair doesn’t mean he/she isn’t still a player.
Protect yourself (and yes, women now carry—and offer—condoms.) After the date: Two antiquated rules are (1) The man shouldn’t call the woman until three days have elapsed to avoid looking “too” interested and (2) The woman should never call the man at all.