Want to trip out a little bit? I just did an interview with a friend of mine, Christine, who’s also a coach. And our conversation sparked a thought: what if you’ve already met the person you’re supposed to be with? What if you’ve already crossed paths with them? What if they’re somebody in your life [...]
Alright peeps, Shogo back again with another Friday edition. It’s getting cold outside here in NYC, so I figure tonight I’ll bundle up on the couch, turn up the heat, and stay in for a movie, some Italian takeout, and a nice bottle of red. While I’m thinking about it, bars are the farthest thing [...]
Maybe you’ve been watching the stock market spike and dip last week. Last week it hit below 10,800. And as you watched it dwindle down, you thought to yourself, “Can it hit zero? Then I’ll have no return on my investments.” Well its now Saturday night heading into Sunday. Its time to look at your own personal dating life like a stock chart.
Some of you need to think of your dating life as the stock market. Lots of ups, lots of downs.
So you’re on a date and it’s not going the way that you want it to go. The conversation is lacking, the chemistry isn’t there, there’s no spark, and it’s just not right between the two of you.
As a man, you start getting annoyed because you made reservations, you took her to this nice restaurant, you spent money on movie tickets
I was boarding my flight from LAX to London Heathrow last night for my only European boot camp this year-I always love the London boot camps, it’s one of my favorite times of the year when I fly out there. The whole vibe of the city makes for an amazing weekend with a great group of guys who always end up seeing some incredible breakthroughs in their lives.
So I was boarding the flight and it’s funny, I’ve been a relationship coach for so long now that I pick up on first encounters everywhere I go. As I was getting seated, in the row in front of me I spotted a guy sitting next to a young woman and he was clearly trying to get a conversation going.
If you’re actively trying to meet somebody, but yet every time you meet someone you’re so busy that you’re next available time to go on a date with someone is ten days away, why bother dating??
Dating is all about creating time in your life to connect with other people. If you’re out there on the market and your next available date time is two weeks away, take yourself off the market until you’re able to balance your time.