As a psychologist, I have always found the concept of speed dating fascinating.
In fact, some years ago, I decided to try it myself.
Speed Dating is a non-threatening way to meet great people, learn how to talk about yourself and crystallize your listening skills.
Speed dating allows you to move further faster and creates greater comfort ability when speaking to singles in other social situations.
It all started because of a no-show, which meant the numbers didn’t quite match up — only 24 women to 25 men.
As the speed dating began, she went over to tell the odd man out that he’d have three minutes of downtime.
Yet new research does point out a different dating problem: being confronted with a large number of choices can make it harder to make a good decision.
Every three to five minutes, a bell releases you from your current introduction and sends you a new dating prospect to consider.