Be confident in who you are and what you want.
If she's not impressed with you then she's not "the one" for you.
Ultimately the goal is to find someone who will love and appreciate us for who we are. People hate dealing with "bait & switch" tactics.
Advertising or behaving in ways that are not your authentic self is misleading. It's like the bar with the sign "free beer tomorrow". Everyday you go there the sign is on and the beer is never free!
Be yourself and if that's not enough for her then move on!
Be a good person.
Seriously, that's literally all you should have to do. If she's not impressed, then move on.
Respect her. Pull open the car door, her chair and never cuss around her. Show her that she is important and that you respect her and her company. Don't pull fast ones...the good ones to marry don't like that and they will ditch you for somebody who respects her.
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