how to become popular with sororities

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Question:

How can a fraternity attract more girls to our registers and mixers?

Answer:

This is a great question.  Chapter 4 in my book, The Fraternity Leader, is titled How to Become Popular with Sororities.  In the book – I go into great detail about three rules to solve this problem.  Here is the quick version:

How to Become Popular with Sororities


Rule 1: You have to build relationships with individuals first.  The stronger the relationships your individual brothers have with individual sisters, the stronger the bond there will be between organizations.  The book describes how to develop those individual relationships with sisters.

Rule 2: Develop relationships as organizations.  Your goal is to become close to the sorority.  To accomplish that goal, you must focus on what is in it for them.  This means that you have to be prepared to give your time and energy to support their programs and initiatives.  If you are prepared to give, then you will receive.  Trust me.

Rule 3: You have to be a gentleman.  I give 20 rules on how to be a fraternity gentleman in the book.  Follow these rules and your brothers will have pride in themselves and their fraternity.  Women will notice, and will be attracted to your brotherhood.

One of the most important rules is to not forget the small details.  Small details matter and show that you genuinely care about someone.  Some examples are remembering to send thank you notes and remembering their founder’s day.

Another example is remembering the details of conversations you have with sisters.  If you can remember the small things, the sorority sisters will be impressed with you and your fraternity.

Again, that is the quick version of the three rules on how to become more popular with sororities.   For the complete answer on how to make your fraternity popular with sororities – check out my book The Fraternity Leader.

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