I have something to confess:
I’ve been struggling recently.
My struggles are probably different than yours, but they’re real nonetheless.
I wouldn’t say I’m in a midlife crisis, per se. I’m happily married. I’m crazy about my kids. I have a healthy work/life balance.
In fact, most of my anxieties stem from my career as a dating coach.
“What is this all for?”
“Am I doing exactly what I want to be doing?”
“How can I do this better?”
“How can I reach more women?”
“How can feel more connected with my community?”
Believe it or not, these are serious existential dilemmas. And when I look around at some other coaches with their Bali retreats and their book tours, I have to admit, I get a little envious. I am an extrovert who leads an introverted life, and it’s been a great source of frustration to me for many years.
For over a decade, I have worked over the phone with a handful of women.
While I’d like to think I have a grasp on women’s needs after listening to you for 12 years, I’m humble enough to realize there must be SOMETHING I’m missing.
Even as my knowledge grew, even as my status grew, even as my practice grew, it has always bothered me that I didn’t feel more connected to my clients.
The worst part was that there was nothing anyone else could do about it.
I had to do something different to get a different result.
That was scary and daunting.
For the past year, I have been working on reinventing my entire business, with the purpose of offering better coaching at a more affordable rate.
Something that gets results fast.
I read books. I watched other coaches’ video programs. I took reams of notes. I reached out to mentors who kindly explained how to run a business that made me feel more connected AND served women more effectively.
I’ll admit: I was thrilled with all my progress. Then it dawned upon me:
Who did I forget to ask for feedback?
And while I’d like to think I have a grasp on women’s needs after listening to you for 12 years, I’m humble enough to realize there must be SOMETHING I’m missing.
So, to make sure that I am covering all the right material in my new coaching program, I would really appreciate it if you can tell me:
What is the single most burning question you have about understanding men?
I suspect I already know, but, hey, that’s why I’m asking the question.
Maybe you’ll verify what I’m already thinking.
Maybe you’ll surprise me.
Either way, I’m asking you to help shape my new coaching program. By listening to your needs, I can craft a curriculum that addresses what YOU want to learn.
So click here to tell me your main question about understanding men.
Fire away. This is gonna be fun!
Warmest wishes and much love,
P.S. It’s not easy for me to be publicly vulnerable, but I gotta say, it does feel good to let you in to what I’ve been feeling privately for a long time. So thanks for listening and thanks for telling me the one thing you want to understand about men.