Are you tired of going on lame dates with guys who don’t seem to have a clue what they’re looking for or want in a relationship? Is the idea of meeting another immature man making you want to never date again? Well, if that’s the case then you’re in the right place, because today I’m going to teach you some tips for finding REAL men.
That’s right, the kind of guys who you can envision a future with, and who you’d be happy to take home to your parents and show off to your friends. The kind of men who are motivated and kind, the type that will put your needs first and are considerate of your feelings.
If you’re thinking this is too good to be true, you’re wrong. In fact I have plenty of clients who would happily tell you about the great REAL men they’ve found and are now in loving relationships with.
So, where to begin. Well, first I should introduce myself. For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Amy and I’m a relationship coach and women’s dating expert. Now to get a better idea of who you lovely ladies are and your dating preferences, I’d like to ask you a question that you can answer in the poll on the top right corner of this screen. My question for you is this: Would you rather approach a man, or be approached by a man? Be sure to vote in the corner here.
Now, let’s talk men, how to find the good guys and where they’re hiding. To make this easy as pie, I’ve broken this video down into three parts. So, from the top!
1. Meeting Real Men Starts with You!
This means if you’re hoping to find a real man, then you first have to become a “real” woman. And what I mean by this is simply know yourself, your values, your wants and needs in a relationship. Only once you know this, will you be able to find the kind of man who is on the same wavelength as you.
So, grab a piece of paper and draw a line down the middle of it. On the left hand side write out all of your absolute, non-negotiable necessities. These could include things like someone looking for a committed relationship, someone who is driven and passionate, someone who shares the same values as you, and so on.
On the other half, make a list of the things you would be open to exploring. The more detailed you can get here the better, and don’t worry, this list can and probably will change as you continue to meet men and experience new encounters. For instance, what you think is a “possibility” right now, maybe quickly become a necessity. On this half of the list you might include things like someone who is adventurous, someone who shares the same interests as you, etc.
As I mentioned, it’s important to get in touch with yourself, which is why I’ve designed an entire program that will teach you how to find and lock down the love you want and deserve. Click Here to Watch the Free Presentation on the same. You don’t want to miss this one!
2. Be Open to New Experiences
Obviously your usual hangouts aren’t working for you, so if you’re looking to meet a real man, different from the ones you already have in your life, then you’re going to have to expand your horizons and check out some new spots. Now, not to be stereotypical here, but you’ll need to consider the places you’re looking for Mr. Right, because I highly doubt the kind of guy you’re looking for is grinding with girls on the dancefloor of the newly 19 hot spot.
It can be tough opening yourself up to new experiences, but a good practice to get the hang of it is to be a “yes girl.” Now, this isn’t to say you have to agree to every opportunity that arises, but rather make a point to put yourself out there and try new things. Maybe you always skip office happy hour, or you’ve been turning down your girlfriend’s invitations to social events. Instead of backing away from the idea of something new, give it a go!
Another helpful tip is to take a look at your list, and ask yourself where the kind of guys you’d like to meet would be hanging out. For instance, are you looking for an artsy intellectual? Then check out a museum or gallery. Do you have a thing for musicians? Sign yourself up for a local jam night or check out an open mic. Even if you don’t meet the man of your dreams, putting yourself out there is great practice for when the right guy does come along.
I know first hand how frightening it can be to doing new things, but you’ll never know what you’re missing out on unless you try it. Besides, what’s the worse that could happen? You meet someone who doesn’t float your boat, or you don’t meet anyone at all? I’d say it’s a risk worth taking.