Over the past few years, I've been writing a book about workplace dating based on my own experiences. I'm now making it publicly available "as is" because I am no longer interested in finishing it. I'm beyond workplace dating now, and have other interests I want to pursue. Ultimately, the guide is written for men who are interested in workplace dating, and want some information about it from someone who's been there.
I want to mention that this guide is incomplete, maybe about 90% done. The spelling and grammar are okay, but the order and structure is not quite how I want it. I mostly just put the information down and did very little arranging. There are several things I wanted to add, reword or remove, and many of the ideas I did write about are not as perfectly worded as I would like, but I had to start with something. In short, it's incomplete.
If you're willing to read through the disorder and incompleteness, I promise you will find some gems that will allow you to successfully date women from your workplace without the drama. If you're familiar with the basic foundations of dating and you want to get started right away, then I suggest you read Chapters 4, 5, and 6 as they relate to Interest and Disinterest, Closing, and Pitfalls. You'll find several word-for-word examples I've used to close women at work. But even if you don't attempt to date at work, the guide will at least open your eyes to what's possible in the workplace.
If I had to sum up how to do workplace dating in one sentence it would be this: target only those women who show an interest in you on a consistent basis, and of those women, date the ones who show the strongest interest.
You're free to use the information in the guide as a resource if you want to write your own book about workplace dating. Maybe someone would be open to completing it.
Whatever you choose to do with the guide, I grant you greater success than myself in the world of workplace dating.