Two Inspiring Stories…and a Great Opportunity for You

It’s Friday and I’m in a great mood. Yesterday, three things happened that I want to share with you.

1. My wife returned from 10 days in Argentina. We cooked a vegetarian dinner, opened a bottle of wine, watched the Winter Olympics and tried to make a baby. Maybe I’ve gotten old, but it doesn’t get much better than that.

2. I hosted a Q and A teleclass which 475 of you registered for…and, despite a few technical glitches, I was able to tackle about 15 of your most popular dating and relationship questions: how to keep motivated, how to deal with age discrimination, when to sleep with a man, when to walk away from a dead-end relationship, and how to bring out the masculine energy in your partner. There was more, but you kind of had to be there. I really loved the energy of the women who shared their stories with the group and hope that all participants got some value out of the call. Considering it was free, I’d like to think you did.

I finished up five months of coaching with a favorite client. I never like saying goodbye, but we couldn’t have ended in a better place.

3. Finally, I finished up five months of coaching with a favorite client. I never like saying goodbye, but we couldn’t have ended in a better place. When we first started working together, it took us about 3 weeks before she’d even agree to date online. By 9 weeks, she was already seeing a guy. But then she got cold feet and broke up with him. I pointed out to her that she’d always gone for the wrong men in the past – which is how she became 42 and single – and while I didn’t care about THIS man, per se, he was the KIND of man that she should value. Kind, patient, intelligent, generous, and willing to put up with her considerable neuroses and strong opinions (I can say this – I’m the same way!) Two weeks later, she told me that they hung out as friends, and kissed at the end of the date. The following week, she said that they were now a couple and were giving it a go. And yesterday she told me that it feels a million times better than anything she’d experienced before. She doesn’t wake up every day wondering whether he’s going to call, or when the other shoe is going to drop. She’s safe…for the first time in 42 years. And she gives ME credit for it.

This is about as meaningful as anything and I’m very proud that I was able to shepherd her from anxiety to peace in just a few months.

It’s for this reason that I’ve just launched my Inner Circle coaching program. If you want to make a massive change in your love life, but don’t have thousands of dollars to invest in one-on-one coaching, this intimate group allows you to work with me for a fraction of the price.

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Have a wonderful weekend!


PS. And just before I was about to post this, this email came into my inbox. What an amazing surprise:

Some time ago, I used your services to rewrite my profile and your advice to search Soon after your rewrite, I began meeting men of a higher quality that I had on my own and within 4 meets, met the man I am now married to. We are stupidly happy and extraordinarily well-matched. I am recommending your services to a friend … of all the books I read, your advice was the most useful. Just wanted to see if you were still coaching and to again, thank you.

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  1. 1

    How awesome is that.

    Are you going to post the teleconference thingy? Some of us were still in bed when you hosted it 🙂

  2. 2

    Good stuff Evan!

  3. 3

    I was quite upset to miss the teleconference. I’m in the UK and tried to stay awake but by 1am was fast asleep! Would love to hear the recording if there was one. Do love reading your articles, just wish I had discovered them earlier! :o)

  4. 4

    I hope the teleconference was recorded too. I registered, but was unable to attend. Please share the audio with your devote fans! 🙂

  5. 5

    Well, I’m guessing Evan won’t post this, because all of the comments seem to be of the omg! squeals! you’re awesome! variety (unless they are taking aim at some poor questioner – but seriously, if you want to know what was on the call, read the blog. For the hour or so that I stayed on it, it was all the same info).

  6. 6

    Alisa, you’re entitled to your opinion… but as someone who is a Personal Trainer for a living… I can’t help but smirk at your post because it reminds me of some of my more stubborn clients who I give advice to, but they want a DIFFERENT diet and training program…. a DIFFERENT answer…. a DIFFERENT shortcut other than the one I’m giving them.
    I can’t help but make the same parallel comparison of your post. So what if its the same information? Sometimes people need to hear the same information over and over for it to register and get through. Nobody is reinventing the wheel here… but perhaps you are convinced there is some DIFFERENT words of advice that applies to your extenuating circumstance and dating situation? What is it about Evan’s advice that isn’t sitting well with you?

  7. 7

    Melissa (#6), I think Alisa (#5) is not trying to say that the same info is not good or any different ones are better. Rather, she is trying to say that there is no need to share the audio (as per Kim’s request) because the same info can be found on the blog.

    You have taken a reactive stance to a comment which give no indication of being offensive.

  8. 8

    @ #7

    That’s how I took Alisa’s comment also. She wasn’t being derogatory, just pointing out Evan was giving the same info in a different medium.

  9. 9

    Not that the call wasn’t entertaining, but I listened in on it, and I concur with Alisa.

  10. 10
    Evan Marc Katz

    I am quite surprised that any of you would think I would get on the phone to answer questions from readers…and it would sound anything less than identical to this blog. Women’s most popular questions are the same. I’m the same. You thought I’d have a whole different philosophy, perhaps? Or that I’d choose really specific questions that only one person could relate to? Seriously, y’all. I don’t mind receiving your constructive ideas, but if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it. Unless you think the criticism will prove useful (i.e. next time I should pretend that staying with a man who treats you poorly is a good plan). Sheesh.

  11. 11

    I just had a guy tell me I reminded him too much of his aunt to date me. And that was after a great first date. I’m trying to remain positive and hang in there, but I’m really tired.

  12. 12

    I didn’t say I expected anything different, just that Alisa’s observation was basically true.

    Also, the logistics were a little clunky, but then you realized that a few minutes into the thing.

  13. 13
    KAREN C.

    Dear Evan:

    I love your website. So much valuable information. Good Luck with babymaking ventures. God Bless you and your wife. Don’t know what would do without your fantastic advice.

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