It’s usually the deciding factor when all other variables are equal.The one who is more persistent, is typically the one who is more successful. Most employers won’t give you an interview until after you’ve called three, four, five, or even more times!I cover a of topics, ranging from how to avoid being creepy by accident, what it takes to strike up a conversation with complete strangers and why playing the long game can give you better odds than hoping for instant, immediate attraction.But sometimes it can be hard to see how these all fit together.But when it comes to dating, persistence is mostly annoying. But on the Internet, there’s no obligation to say yes, let alone respond to a message. Like this guy, over three different messages: RE: Dog rescue shows! The really sad part is I found out last week his wife and business partner of 40 years is terminally sick. The first message was decent — he responded to something specific in her profile, and he added to it.
After four years, scads of lays, and many great girlfriends (plus plenty of failures along the way), he launched this website.
But she clearly wasn’t interested and didn’t respond. Move on, message the next lady, and don’t talk about the terminally ill.
Instead, he follows up, again about the dog shows but shorter — and this time he uses the word “poop,” which is a general no-no. And has made it official that this woman will never, ever reply.
It’s only until they get annoyed from having to deal with you on the phone that they reluctantly set up an interview with you!
Persistence also pays off when learning a new skill such as driving a car. What happens when you are persistent in say, pursuing a girl?