Unfortunately, that kind of man is usually fairly busy. For example, you can limit competing time demands by agreeing to see each other just one night a week (say…
Lot’s of people (and companies) are competing for his time. Thursday nights at 6 PM for dinner) during an introductory phase of your new relationship.
That is, he had nothing useful other than this one particularly fantastic idea.
He called it “consultative selling.” He said every business owner should train their staff how to do “consultative selling” over the phone.
Heck, you can even volunteer to let him practice on you!
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Rule Number Two for Dating Busy Men: Don’t Bid for His Time, Own His Time. The faster you can set up a recurring plan for interaction (a micro-tradition), the less you have to compete with other demands on his time.
A micro-tradition also means you “own” a timeslot in his week, so to speak.
But I’m leaking these three ideas for those of you who take the time to read my emails. If you want to capture his heart, you need his full attention. It’s like you’ve set up a system that will allow him to gradually get to know you better without the typical feelings of guilt he is used to facing when he realizes he’s gone three weeks without calling a girl he really likes.
Busy guys respond well to repeated but brief interactions.
After all, you don’t want to sound like you’re trying to sell him something.