Many people draw conclusions about others based on their income, investments, family wealth (or poverty), and so on. You want to be evaluated on who you are—your personality, beliefs, ambitions—not your income-generating potential. This goes for in-depth conversations that may conspicuously point out your wealth (“I do like to summer at my home in San-Tropez").
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Avoid these mistakes and ensure there'll be a second date!
9 Things You Should Never Say on a First Date