Do You Want To Inspire Other Women?

Evan Marc KatzAll it takes is about 5 minutes of your time and it would mean the world to me.

Just follow the 4 steps below – you’ll be making a huge difference in another woman’s life.


Use my testimonial template

I’m going to make this as easy as possible for you, by giving you a template that you can use to organize your thoughts. Simply click here,
and a new template will open up in your default email editor. All you have to do is answer the questions in the email and you’re good to go. Don’t send it until you’ve completed…


Leave a message

Audio testimonials are the most compelling, which is why they’re featured all over my website. Once you have your testimonial written in that email template, please dial the below number, follow the prompts and talk as enthusiastically as if you’re talking to a good friend about what you got out of working with me.

1-800-609-9006 extension:7280

International callers may use 678-255-2174 x7280.


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Finally, if you could attach a photo of yourself to go with your kind words, it would be greatly appreciated. I love to see smiling faces, and it really helps others connect with what you said! By the way, don’t worry. You won’t be Googleable to men as I’m only using your first name and last initial. Besides, no man you’re looking to date is on my site reading my dating advice. :)


Send!

Do a quick once-over to make sure you’ve got everything, and then just hit send. You’re done!

Thank you so much for your time and generosity. I assure you that your willingness to share your story will touch another woman in just the right way – and may even help her find love.

Now THAT’s powerful.

Your friend,

Evan Marc Katz

  • Lisa

    “It has been a wonderful 6 months, and learning to let go and just have fun was freeing…”

    “I had spent a year and a half wasting my time with a man who would never be a good match for me. Sure, we had a lot in common and he was a wonderful friend, things were very comfortable, on the surface. After a 21 year (very unhappy) marriage, I thought perhaps friendship was as good a base as any for a relationship. I was sorely mistaken, and the more time I spent with him the more I cared, but it was not that way for him. I did go on a few dates during this time because my “friend” would not define our relationship as dating. That didn’t work, because I just wanted my friend to realize how much he wanted to be with me! After much frustration, I tried just being friends because, as I said he was a really good friend.

    About 6 months after I decided to be "just friends" he was engaged to someone he had dated previously and was still in love with. I felt so foolish for wasting my time and for being so blind. I couldn’t understand why someone I had been so good to didn’t return my feelings. I ended the friendship after that. It was just to hurtful to continue and it was blocking me from finding true happiness.

    I did take a 6 month "guyatus", but being 46 and divorced with a grown child, I was not in a hurry to meet someone. I wanted to take some time to understand what I wanted, to give myself some time to grow. I did not want to make another bad decision which left me in an unhappy relationship. I wanted to be better at reading signals but more important, I wanted to be more interested in how I felt about a man, rather than obsessing about how he felt about me.

    I wasn’t really sure Evan’s writings would apply to me. So much I read about dating is directed towards younger women looking to get married and start a family. I am happy to say that Evan’s newsletter was a revelation. For me, the part of the books that stands out the most is the "you say yes" chapter. I looked at dating differently after reading Evan’s book. I enjoyed my dates and I learned to trust my feelings and instincts more. I dropped my ‘I don’t need a man’ guard and learned to let go. I have learned that if you have to analyze how a man feels about you, you’re not in the right relationship. In the right relationship you feel secure enough that the need to analyze dissolves.

    After a few first dates and some dates that led to subsequent dates but not much more, I met a wonderful man on match.com. He is, to quote “Fools Rush In”, everything I never knew I always wanted. He is kind and caring, with wonderful values. He makes me feel like the most special woman in the world. I never have to wonder how he feels about me, I KNOW. We have been dating for 6 months and I have no doubt that this is a wonderful, healthy relationship.

    It has been a wonderful 6 months, and learning to let go and just have fun was freeing. I learned to date without worrying about the outcome, and what a wonderful outcome it is!”

    Thanks Evan!

    Lisa