Contrary to every dating guide published and my mother's oft-delivered advice, if women want to be good first dates, a new study argues, they should talk about themselves. Stanford sociologist Daniel Mc Farland, the author of a recent report in the , says he decided to research "best practices" for dating because of the reams of conflicting information on the subject.
"We knew there are tons of self-help books on how to date and how people match," he says.
(Poets&Quants) -- The estimated cost of an MBA for a single student who lives off campus at Stanford University is slightly more than 2,000.
Add to that tidy sum the opportunity costs of quitting a job at Google that paid about ,000 a year, and your all-in cost for the Master of the Universe degree comes to a formidable, if not mind-numbing, number: nearly 0,000.
He is very social, and gets along well with the quartet, especially Carrie, even mutually sharing confidences and asking advice neither would be at ease with among their own genders, as he often understands women better than they can themselves."I call this PGO: a penetrating glimpse of the obvious.On some level we've always known you ask questions when the conversation is lagging and the boat is sinking."So how to get to that second date?That’s the kind of hole Amanda Bradford dug for herself when she graduated from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business just three months ago.So what is she doing with that world-class education?