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Following the right speed dating tips enables participants to create a good impression while following safe dating precautions. Hence, participants can find true love without worrying about their safety.
In speed dating events, participants are paired with someone from the opposite sex. They can then ask each other questions for five minutes or more (depending on the event organizer’s rules) and move on to meet the next participant. Those who would hit it off can decide amongst themselves to see each other again.
Most of the time women stay seated while men rotate from station to station. This is why it is crucial to create a good impression within minutes. However, safety should still be prioritized given the number of people participating. Here are some tips that that help accomplish this goal.
Aside from being a major turn-off and a romantic mood killer, mentioning past relationships, deaths in the family, problems at work and daily routines can be dangerous since participants don’t exactly know a lot about their current date. If possible, personal information or their last name shouldn’t be shared unless they are sure that their date is someone they can trust.
Instead, participants should take control of the conversation and ask the questions as much as possible. This way, they can steer the conversation to a safer, more basic exchange without needing to divulge personal information.
Smile and Be Polite
This should be followed even if there is clearly no chemistry. This creates an excellent first impression which can turn the tables around and set the mood for love. This also prevents participants from offending others which can cause nasty confrontations that can cause a scene and ruin the event.
Choose a Trusted Event Organizer
To make sure that the event is safe and secure, participants should sign up with a trusted speed dating organizer. Ideally, those that screen their members and make sure the personal data is accurate and up to date. This will ensure that most speed daters share common ground and safety won’t be a problem.