Someone once said that a date is like one long job interview. Obviously you won’t get the job if you keep stressing your weaknesses during the interview. The same applies on a date. Most of us have our insecurities and weak spots, but there’s no point focusing on them all the time. The first thing you should bear in mind is that you should CONSIDER YOURSELF WORTHY of the other person. So talk about things you feel comfortable about (of course bragging is another extreme). There’s no point saying things like: “I am too fat,” or “I am not very bright.” If you’re not at ease with yourself, it will be even more difficult for you to be at ease with your date --- or for your date to feel at ease with you.
The power of eye contact is often underestimated. If you do it right, you could succeed in attracting, impressing, and seducing your date. For starters, you have to give her the impression that you are taking in every word she’s saying. So even though you may not be entirely attentive all the time, if you maintain eye contact she’ll get the feeling that you’re hanging on to her every word. If you keep looking away, she will assume that you’re bored, or that you’re just not interested. As a result, the conversation --- as well as you --- won’t get anywhere.
Movement of the eyebrows --- either lowering or raising them --- is often more effective than a mouthful of words. It could convey that you agree with her, that you’re impressed with her, or that you find her compelling. You also try gazing deep into her eyes when talking to her to add that vital personal touch.
It's not a very good idea to keep interrupting your date when she's talking. You may have something exciting or relevant to say, but by cutting her short you are only showing her how rude and self-centered you are. So let her finish, you will get your turn. Another habit some guys have is of finishing off the other person's sentences. You may think you are being clever, and doing your date a favour,but believe us, she won't think so. After all, you are interrupting her train of thought, and she's not going to like that --- nobody does.