The Art of Seduction
If you want the best, you have to be the best. Love is no different.
Since you’re used to getting what you want, when you want it, there’s a certain novelty to making yourself wait when it comes to sex. Create arbitrary obstacles, draw things out, tease yourself and your partner. You’ll find that the wait is not only worth it but also makes things even better.
Use the creative skills that you’ve developed at work to come up with unique date ideas. You don’t need to go over the top to impress — Fifty Shades–esque helicopter rides are not necessary — but then again, you don’t want to underwhelm either (dinner at the best restaurant in town is already expected from your type). Find a happy medium. What works especially well if you’re in a long-term relationship is the surprise date, or even weekend away: Make all the arrangements in advance, then relax and let the date unfold with surprise after surprise.
For an Executive like you to announce your romantic intentions with a little PDA carries more meaning and has more impact than a cheek kiss from a mere mortal. So understand that power, and wield it responsibly. Of course, we’re not suggesting anything gratuitous or untoward, but a well-timed hand squeeze across a candlelit table can speak volumes. One spontaneous, passionate, Hollywood-type kiss delivered up against a wall in a darkened hallway, and you could have a devoted lover for life.