A ‘sense of urgency’ when applied to dating means that you act with the realization that progressing the relationship forward is vital to the success of that relationship.
The best thing to do is to take initiative and say “Are you free next Saturday night?
” Giving someone a week’s notice means they can likely save that evening for you.
This is much more effective than passively waiting until the weekend rolls around and finding out he or she already has plans.
The chemistry we feel on a first date needs to be maintained with a second date, third date, fourth date and fifth date in close succession.
Once we start spacing our dates with a prospect two weeks or longer apart, the momentum with that person can be lost and is sometimes never regained.
If we are fortunate enough to be able to pick right back up where we left off, that’s great – and it’s awesome if you are able to rekindle that chemistry – but you are making it much more difficult for yourself if you slow the momentum down.We all have busy schedules, and sometimes failing to anticipate how busy someone’s calendar might be could be the cause of the momentum slowing down.The second date should not take place more than two weeks after the first date.If the first date went exceptionally well, the best thing you can do is lock in a second date soon after.The following dates should all be spaced as close together as possible.If we do not keep the momentum going, the initial butterflies we felt can lose their effect.