What I stumbled upon accidentally, turned out to be my greatest asset.
I did one simple thing to make me stand out from the crowd.
You want your mantra to catch the reader’s attention and make them laugh or smile.
It is an opportunity for a memorable first impression. Don’t’ try to put too-deep meaning into your mantras; the mantra should be a reflection of your personality, otherwise it will come across as unauthentic and contrived.
Even though I’ve just gone on about the source of quote, don’t worry too much if it doesn’t have an author — it will still do the work for you.
Here are a few examples from current profiles on a popular site: Now be honest, do any of these headlines intrigue you, or make you want to know more about the person? My dating profile led with a quote instead of a position description. It has content (what the quote actually says), it has tone (beautiful, funny, sarcastic, solemn), it reveals something important about you in relation to the author (a Homer Simpson quote says something different to an Anais Nin quote), and it attracts someone who has a similar cultural or literary taste (again Homer Simpson vs Anais Nin).
But the fact is, it’s been a long day and But coming up with a clever name can be a struggle.
The creative process can feel a lot like having writer’s block; those are the moments you resort to “Iam Mike1234” or “Sunflowers1982” —plain and blah.
I give it a "Don't be a dumbass"-Straight to the point... "WHY DONT ANY GUY WANT ME"-Let me count the ways...
Your dating profile either gets attention from the wrong type of person, or gets totally ignored.