He might have looked great back in college, but that was 20 years ago. It's not that looks are everything, but they are a part of the courtship/evaluation process.
Many men struggle with thoughts like: "Where should I take her?" or "What should we do?" Some men try to shock and awe with an over-the-top plan (which can come across as overwhelming, or even weird),
Sometimes things happen — work, schedules, traffic, life, etc— but getting in touch to reschedule or cancel shows that you value someone else's time.
Let's face it: First impressions count. Showing up wrinkled, crinkled, and smelling like gym funk isn't impressive or endearing.
She wants to get to know him, and she also wants to share what makes her tick. But too often, men (and women) get caught up in talking about their resumes, jobs, incomes, and possessions.
If someone talks about their ex with a new dating prospect, chances are they aren't completely over the relationship.
Responding to phone calls and/or text messages in the presence of your date shows how you are prioritizing your attention.
Treating wait staff rudely is a major red flag. If he sees those in-service as beneath him, he is likely measuring peoples' worth and value on the wrong things.
Dates are just that: singular events. If he doesn't want to see her again, he should call and tell her so — that he had a good time, but that he wants to leave it at that.
A man who leads, plans, and takes action is desirable and she will respond if his actions are sincere. (And to those men who are shy and unsure: I get it.