So, they show that initial interest, then we do or say something, and then they are no longer interested.
Their tone is how they say "hi" or ask their questions, and it is about 38%. When you are looking for the non-verbal, you want to look for an attentive body.
Typically, when we are more interested in someone we face them.
The most difficult thing is how fast people want to move in general.
People want to determine in that first meeting if the other person has potential.
What does that look like compared to the initial interest?
Lots of times we don't have the ability to know how we come across to others, we might not be aware of the things that we say that inadvertently turn off somebody.
Just because he asks for your number and doesn't call, it doesn't mean he wasn't interested originally.
It just might mean he lost interest between the first meeting and the time of a phone call.
That inquisitiveness shows an interest that is more sustained.
That sustained interest is all in the follow-up from when they first met you.
For adults, there is the question, is this person marriage potential?