You don’t meet millionaire guys very often. So you can just imagine how important it is to get your “best game on” when that opportunity does come up. What do you say? How do you act? What turns millionaire guys OFF when it comes to dating?
The answers may surprise you. Let’s consider five mistakes women make when dating rich guys.
They want to pampered and worshiped.
You’re dead wrong if you think millionaire guys are the Average Joe you meet on a dating app, desperate for a woman’s attention. They actually have their pick of the most beautiful women in the world. So women who assume they’re worth a million dollars, just on looks alone, are not going to impress a rich man. He’s seen them all, in terms of beauty. But he can sense someone different than the norm.
Ignoring age differences or different lifestyles.
While it might be possible to bond with a millionaire in chat or conversation, making the relationship work in real life could be more challenging. A millionaire has a very particular lifestyle. Can you fit his life? It’s highly unlikely he’s going to drop everything just to fit in with your life.
On the other hand, if he’s a lot older than you, then you may have some age differences that are simply too great to ignore. He may be entirely different from you, in terms of values, knowledge, or emotional connection. These are major lifestyle differences.
Being too aggressive.
Some women make the mistake of trying too hard to get noticed. They are cocky, insulting, condescending, bitchy, or just too rough. They think that being “alpha” is a good thing. But that is not what a rich man wants. He doesn’t want to “compete” against a woman, not at all. He wants someone who’s strong, but on his side.
Being too much of a pushover.
On the other hand, don’t go too far in the other direction and become a subservient housewife/maid, because that’s not what rich men want either. A rich man has no need of a slave housewife! He wants someone to challenge him, someone interesting, an equal that he enjoys talking to.
It’s OK to disagree, as long as there’s substance. He doesn’t want to be babied or mothered. He just wants to be loved.
Having nothing in common.
Finally, it’s nearly impossible to make a relationship work if you have nothing in common with each other. Common interests, or experiences, of lifestyles or upbringings, help to develop strong bonds. These “values” are what draw people together. If you have nothing in common with a person, after the thrill of sex wears off, conversation tends to dwindle.
As you can see, the biggest mistake is not being yourself, or more specifically, not being the best version of yourself. Don’t try to win a millionaire being fake or pretending to be someone you’re not. Be yourself. And if you feel you’re not “enough?” Then work harder to improve yourself so that you feel desirable and worthy - because you are!