I was talking to a client the other day and she was really amazing.

I love coaching.

It’s one of my favorite things to do. I would love to coach as many women as I can. As a matter of fact, I would like to spend more time coaching, hint hint. So for those of you who need a tune up, for those of you who need some clarity in your life, I strongly suggest you look into a coaching call with me.

All right, enough about the coaching call. You know where I am if you need me.

So, as I was saying, I was talking to a woman the other day and I felt so inspired that I needed to share. I needed to share with all of you that there’s a Mr. Maybe out there that could turn into Mr. Right.

Mr. Maybe Might Be Mr. Right

This client is dating a guy. He’s great. He’s fun. But right now, she feels like he’s just a maybe.

So she’s out there online trying to see if there’s anyone else who might be better for her, or might work better for her.

She’s doing her dating due diligence.

I asked her to tell me a little bit more about Mr. Maybe.

She said, “Dating Mr. Maybe is getting better and better each time. He wants a relationship; he’s been very patient with the pace that we’re going at; he’s been very present with me. He’s actually fun to hang out with, I enjoy his company, I enjoy who he is and he puts no pressure on me at all. I recently got out of a relationship and I just needed to make sure that I’m not going to get into the wrong relationship. But Mr. Maybe is good enough for me right now and who knows, he might turn into Mr. Right.”

give mr. maybe a chanceSo many of you don’t have a Mr. Maybe because you’re looking for the perfect man. You’re looking for somebody that fits everything on your list.

But the funny thing about Mr. Maybe for this particular client is that with each day that passes, as she informed me, he’s actually fulfilling her more and more. Fulfilling more of her wishes, her desires.

Fulfilling more about what she wants in a man, and she’s giving him a chance.

Give Your Mr. Maybe a Chance

So I strongly suggest instead of being alone and waiting for Mr. Right, hang out with Mr. Maybe. You don’t need to hang out with him every single night, just give him a once a week date and tell him that you want to take things slow. And see if Mr. Maybe actually starts performing.

What do I mean by performing? He’s actually so attuned to you he becomes this great guy. He follows through on things. Isn’t that what we want? We’re all looking for that magic spot, that spark, that magical, serendipitous movie moment.

But in reality, most of the time there isn’t a movie moment. There usually aren’t fireworks right away. For me, whenever I’ve had something serious with somebody, they just really grew on me every day. They just did things to me that no one else did. In the beginning, I admit, I almost didn’t want to give them a chance because the very first time I met them I didn’t have fireworks at all.

But instant fireworks means instant chemistry which means instant trouble. We tend to get clouded when the brain is experiencing instant chemistry-itis.

You have to really give somebody a chance, spend time with them, to know if you click. To know if they’re going to start performing, being the man that you desire and deserve. That’s why you should give Mr. Maybe a chance.