The most common advice given for a first date is to "just be yourself." But when are you not yourself? You can't just be yourself, you have to be your *best* self.
That's what A GREAT FIRST DATE is about - how to present the best and truest version of yourself, right off the bat. And the dating advice given isn't from movies, television, or imagined scenarios of what a first date should be like, instead, it's from recent, field-tested, real world experience.
Because, while it's easier than ever to meet people, it's just as hard as ever - if not harder - to connect with them. And that first date is the first opportunity to make that connection. Most times it's the last.
A Great First Date is about improving your odds, dramatically, in making that connection happen, starting with just that: A great first date.
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About the Author
Don't know why people always write about themselves in third person - "Logan is a native New Yorker and lives with his wife and a plant named Harold near Central Park." Yet they do. The truth is that I actually am a native New Yorker and I do live with my wife and a plant named Harold near Central Park. And professionally, I'm an intellectual property attorney and a commercial real estate appraiser. But there's this saying that we are what we constantly do. If that's the case, first and foremost, I'm a collector and teller of stories. For example, I'm a book reviewer at the New York Journal of Books and have had a fairly well-trafficked blog at loganlo.com for years. Still, while the technology of expression and consumption may change, in the end, it's still the basic need to tell and be told a good story. So, let me tell you some stories...
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Best advice ever: Don't be yourself, be your best self. Outstanding advice.