First Date

Most guys goal when they ask a woman out on a first date is for her to have a good time with them so she’ll want to go out again. Yet, sometime there are things that guys don’t do, even if it was unintentional, that can have a woman not wanting to even go out once with them.

  • Know Key Things That She Likes To Do

A guy should know before planning out a first date what type of food the woman like, along with some activities she enjoy doing in her free time, mainly to increase his chances of her saying yes and having a great time while with him.

  • Inform Her In Advance

It’s important for a guy to let a woman know at least a day in advance, along with providing the time and what all he plan for the two of them to do on the date in my opinion so the woman doesn’t feel like she was just a last minute backup plan. Also, this helps to possibly give her time to change up some things on her schedule to go out on the date if she initially was busy.

Have you ever been ask to go out on a first date by a guy at the last minute? If yes. how did that make you feel at that time?

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Can’t Afford

No matter how much a person make, I feel just about everyone should have a monthly budget so you’re not spending more most months than what you’re bringing in. Furthermore, just because you can rent or buy something doesn’t mean you can actually afford it always.

  • High Rise Luxury Apartment Downtown

If you stay in a luxury high rise apartment downtown in any major city but can’t afford to go back to your hometown to be with most of your family during a holiday, that is sign to me that you might want to downgrade to a place that cost less. Also, you can still find a place that is nice but a little cheaper monthly in other areas of the city.

  • Luxury Car Purchase

It is not a good look in my opinion to have a luxury car you’re still paying on monthly that you have an accident in that leaves a noticeable dent with over two months to pass by without it being fix. That is usually a sign that the person might want to get a car that the yearly maintenance and parts isn’t as high and easier to maintain and more within their budget.

What are some other examples of things you’re seen a person able to rent or buy but actually can’t afford it every month?

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What We Allow

When it comes to relationships people do what we allow, accept, and tolerate from them. As a result, it’s important to have consequences to actions, so they have an incentive to do the right thing. Furthermore, if a person isn’t willing to do right then you should consider helping them to appreciate your absence.

Cheating Partner

  • If you have a partner that has cheated on you multiple times there is a good chance that person doesn’t respect you. However, the root cause of that disrespect may arise from the individual not being afraid of you leaving them. Thus, you got to stop giving unlimited loyalty to them when they consistently give you limited loyalty in return.

Money Tree To Friends/Family

  • A person shouldn’t need to borrow money from you on a consistent basis, unless they are living out of their budget or don’t have one. In either case, their bad planning should not be your emergency. Therefore, you want to say NO to them sometime, even if you do have the extra money to give so you don’t handicap and make them think it’s alright to not be responsible and just do whatever they want with their money knowing you will always be there to bail them out.

What is something that you allow or allowed from another individual in the past that you wished you never did?

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Seeking Advice

We don’t need to experience some things in life firsthand and can learn from others instead. Yet, it’s critical when seeking advice to get it from someone who has been or currently were you want to be at in life.

  • Career Path Advice

Just because someone might be an expert in one field doesn’t guarantee that they’re an expert in a totally different field, which they haven’t spent any time really working in. Thus, look for career advice from an individual that is already where you’re striving to be at eventually and who was once in your current position.

  • Money Advice

Most family members we’re close to have our best interests at heart when they give financial advice. However, their advice is only based on what they know. Therefore, seek money advice from a person actually living the life you desire to have already, so you can have a better idea of what that person does consistently on a regular and try to incorporate some, if not all of those things in your life.

When seeking advice in the past, what is something you wish that you had taught with a credible source about?

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Spontaneous

There is nothing wrong with being spontaneous when it comes to certain things. Yet, the average person can’t afford to be that way in everything they do in life. Thus, I’ll listed a couple of those things below.

Retirement Savings

  • This isn’t something you can decide to get serious about 5-10 years before you’re planning to retire. As a result, you should start contributing consistently to this savings through an online brokerage account through a company like MerrilEdge or through your job by at least your late 20s.

Kid’s Tuition

  • There is a 50/50 chance that your kid is going to college one day when they’re born. Therefore, don’t wait until your child is a junior or senior in high school to start trying to save for it or worst case, leave it up to your child to pay for it on their own.

What are some other things you feel like you can’t be spontaneous about in life?

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Take Pride

It can get tough sometime at a job to stay motivated, especially if it’s not your job dream job. However, it’s important to take pride and do your best in whatever you’re currently doing for a living.

Remember the company can take the badge and laptop back if you decide to leave, but the knowledge and experience you gain while working there they can’t get that back.

As a result, you can utilize those things to be an even more valuable employee at your future job(s) and be in a position to demand even more throughout your career as well.

Have you ever had a job that you didn’t take pride in? If yes, what was your reason why?

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Foundation

Any successful relationship involves some compromising on both sides in order for it to work. However, I feel like there are some things that both people must fully believe and have naturally together for a solid relationship foundation.

  • Great Chemistry

We should strive to be with someone that the chemistry just flows naturally with while on the phone or talking to the individual in person. Also, the conversation should rarely feel force like either of you had to work hard to find something to discuss.

  • Believe In Similar Key Values In Life

If you believe in some form of a higher power and the person you’re with is an Atheist who doesn’t, this type of situation can be a key detriment to the relationship definitely in the long term if not even in the short term.

Are there some other things you feel are key to have for a couples relationship to be built on a solid foundation?

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Holiday Season

Burglaries and thefts are known to spike during the holiday season. As a result, I’ve provided a few things to try and avoid below to help decrease crimes.

  • Leaving Valuable Visible Items In Your Car

If it only takes a few seconds to put an item in the trunk of your car and out of sight, then it’s best to do that over leaving it visible and increasing the chances of someone breaking into your vehicle for it.

  • Going To The ATM Bank Late At Night

Try and go to the ATM during business or high traffic hours oppose to late at night, when you might be the only person withdrawing money and more likely targeted by a criminal.

  • Stopping To Get Gas Late At Night

You have to get our your car to pump gas and similar to withdrawing money at an ATM, nobody else might be at the gas station at that time, which can embolden a potential robber, even if they weren’t planning on trying to rob you.

What are some other things to try and avoid during this holiday season doing to decrease your chances of being a victim of a potential crime?

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Job Change

Your current full time job, like everything else in life will never be perfect. However, there are some things that I feel are deal breakers and key signs that it’s probably time for a job change.

  • Not being Compensated Fairly

The average person you ask will tell you that they probably should be making more at their current job. Thus, when you don’t feel like you’re being compensated fairly and have brought it up to your manager, based on whatever is the average pay of your position in the job market, it’s time to look for a new job.

  • Hate Going To Work When It’s Time

It’s one thing to had a vacation and not be looking forward to your first day back at the job. However, it’s another thing when you literally hate going to work every single day. This can impact your performance in doing your job in a negative way as well.

  • Not Challenge Or Stretch On A Regular

If you’re not being challenge on a regular at your job that’s an indication that you’re responsibilities aren’t growing. Furthermore, if your responsibilities not growing through the years, it will impact your earning power in making more money at that job in a new position opening or at a new job, especially if you’ve only been doing the exact same thing(s) for years.

What are some other key signs in your opinion when it’s time for a job change?

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Your Day

It’s important to try and start your day off right when you wake up, especially since how you feel when you first wake up usually will set the tone and is a good indicator on how the rest of your day will end up. As a result, I’ve listed a few things to do and the importance of them below.

Get Enough Restful Sleep

Not getting your proper rest at night can contribute to you waking up in the morning feeling tired and groggy, which can negatively impact your work performance and how you treat others you come in contact with.

Practice Gratitude

Instead of starting your day focusing on what you currently don’t have in life, take some time to appreciate what you do have, along with being mindful that things can always be worst, no matter how bad things may currently be for you, since their are some people in the world that would consider your bad day as a good day.

Meditate for at least 5 minutes daily

Meditating can help you to train your mind and emotions, which can influence how you react to challenges that you may face during your day. Furthermore, it’s been proven to help reduce stress and increase happiness.

What are some other things you feel that are important to starting your day off right?

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