Speed dating events Newcastle wide offer those who attend the chance to meet new people. That’s fantastic in itself, especially for those who don’t have much time to do so otherwise due to work or other commitments. But, how much should you tell your date about yourself in those first four minutes?
It can be difficult to get the balance right. You want your speed dating partners to know enough about you to consider matching with you, but you don’t want to go over the top and give too much away for fear that it will put them off. Also, if you don’t say enough you also risk putting them off as they may assume you are holding something back that is important. Where is the right balance? It really depends on the situation, how the conversation is going and the type of questions that are being asked. When attending speed dating events UK wide, you are asked questions by each of the people that sits opposite you. If those questions are about you personally, it is best to answer them if you can. Don’t dodge them or pretend you don’t know the answer or don’t understand the question – that would look rather strange. Answer the question but don’t go into minute detail unless more detail is requested and you are comfortable with where the conversation is going. If it is becoming intrusive then say that you are no longer comfortable. The ideal approach is to do some telling and some listening, and to respond to questions intelligently but with some restraint.
Talking and listening are the key features for speed dating events Newcastle wide. Do both and you’ll be a success. Find out when your nearest speed dating event is at https://www.ditchordate.com. We at Ditch or Date Ltd offer exceptional speed dating events, so get in touch on 0191 486 2328, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.