How To Seal The Deal

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How to Seal the Deal

David Wygant

Written by: David Wygant

David Wygant

David Wygant is an internationally-renowned dating and relationship coach, author and speaker. To find out more about David and all of his dating and relationship-building products, visit www.davidwygant.com.

Edited by: Lillian Castro

Lillian Castro

Lillian Guevara-Castro brings more than 30 years of journalism experience to ensure DatingAdvice articles and reports have been edited for overall clarity, accuracy, and reader engagement.

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So you met this great-looking woman – nice butt, perky breasts, the works.

You don’t want to blow it, so you start texting her and she responds.

You get into some text conversations, flirting like a couple of 14-year-olds, but you don’t know what to do next.

You’ve hinted at going out with her in your texts, but she’s not really getting it. She’s not responding to your hints.

You’re now two days into the texting. You haven’t got her to agree to a date, but you’re having a good IM session via phone. Things are going well aren’t they?

Let me tell you something:

You’re about to lose her. That’s right – you’re about to lose her.

She’s texting you back and forth to see whether you’re a real man or not.

Do you know what real men do? They pick up the phone and they call her.

Oh, what a scary experience to actually dial a phone number and listen to a dial tone.

How many of you have gotten into text conversations that start getting somewhere, but then all of the sudden it fizzles out and you never seem to get the date?

You know why that woman gave you her phone number in the first place?

“You need to rescue her

from a life of being single.”

Because she wanted to know if you were a real man.

She was hoping you were a real man. She was hoping you were the guy who would rescue her from the world of being single.

Every single day when a woman wakes up, she wakes up hoping today is the day to fall in love. She’s been programmed that way since she was little.

She wants the fantasy to come true. She wants a man to rescue her from having to go out with her friends on a Friday night. She doesn’t want to suffer another night listening to her friends moan about being single.

She met you. She’s attracted to you. She started texting you and flirting like a high schooler, and you don’t do the one thing she wants you to do.

What is that one thing?

It’s called picking up the phone. That’s right – picking up the phone and asking her out.

All of you blow it over and over again!

Think about how hard it was to get that phone number in the first place and how many women have flaked out on you because you got into texting but never asked her out.

You need to learn how to give good phone. You need to learn how to close, seal the deal and rescue her from a life of being single. You need to become a closer!

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