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Here are our resources: Pay attention to what people do rather than what they say.If someone wants to spend time with you, they'll make it a priority and find the time - and you shouldn't settle for less.[Tinder and OKC data are a little unforgiving](https://psmag.com/social-justice/why-are-asian-men-less-eligible-on-tinder), showing Asian men and black women tend to face a bit of an uphill struggle. Interestingly, [the data for Australia focuses on where you were born](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interracial_marriage#Australia) - so a second-generation Chinese migrant is treated the same as a fifth-generation Anglo-Australian (which means the data isn't super helpful).He’s looking to qualify you as much as you are looking to qualify him.
While the TED Talks we all know and love usually focus on technology, entertainment, and design (hence the TED name), it’s the ones about the dating game that get really interesting really fast.Below, I will give you some tips on what to listen for so that you know he’s not playing any games.By now, I hope you've taken my advice and asked him the single most important question you should ask on a first date.Your conversation is exploratory and positive and has room for growth.He’s asking about your goals and your vision because he doesn’t want to continue to date you if you’re not serious about the same things.