2) Define [profile] yourself.
[Family culture^, ethnicity, educational level^, educational type, profession^, key interests^, Hobbies current^, key dislikes – Character, personality, emotional temperament, emotion
quality^, any emotional priorities, any emotional avoidance protocols.]
Character is important because it is the key protocols of your being. Character and your emotional temperament underwrites your
personality. Your personality is further moulded by your preferred examples as you grew to where [age] you are now.
For a deeper insight ask yourself – Who am I? Why am I who I am?
Look into yourself and find both parts of your
parents that make you. Physically, mentally, emotionally, culturally and add your experience of their/your added environment.
3) Profile [define] your mate. [It should be a near match^]
4) Identify the
likely daytime and evening time locations of your target type.
a. Professionally crossing paths within a target environment or arriving at a drinking hole containing target profile types is often an easy way to create contact. Some
courage will be needed.
b. Network probable culturally similar older women, aunts, sisters, cousins even grannies to avoid any sense of stalking [for those that would not be stimulated by such a hunt] and to create a good old fashioned
casual formal introduction.
c. Network through your friends. You never know who they have never introduced you to.
d. Network all new contacts / friends, colleagues or anyone that you identify with in a good
way on common ground.
e. Get busy with the right chosen hobbie and circulate out and around to mingle well.
Be relaxed, be happy, [of course be Polite, Respectful, Friendly and with a default air of kindness]
If you have not been working on any of the above you will probably need no more than a go at b. or c.