Compliments are a box of confusion. On the one hand, every guy knows that women supposedly like compliments, but on the other hand, how to give them so you don’t come across as a weirdo is a totally different story. Luckily for you, I came up with a simple formula that makes it a breeze giving […]
It was a warm summer evening and I was having a beer with friends. I should have been happy to spend time with some of the closest people in my life but that evening I caught myself feeling restless and bored for some reason.
Last September, together with our business partner and good friend Nick Notas, we held our 4th Conquer Confidence retreat, this time in Dublin, Ireland. From all retreats we had, this was probably the most inspirational one especially when it comes to connecting with people. The conversations we had with strangers on the street can be […]
Once the big hurdle of starting a conversation is taken, the second big hurdle for most men is showing intent, i.e. making it clear to her that you want to be more than just friends.
Lately, a friend told me a real story of an old couple, that he had read in the newspaper. The two oldies had been married for over 50 years and every morning they had breakfast together. They always shared one bun. He’d take the top and she the bottom. For 50 years, the husband always […]
A problem that I encounter often in my coaching is that clients tell me they want to have all those wild sexual experiences but later I find out that they aren’t ready for them to happen.
While the number of people who claim to be dating coaches soars, so does the number of shady characters. It can be difficult to tell the difference between a competent coach who really cares and a marketer just trying to sell their products.
This is a guest post by Jeremy Kochis, founder of Unstoppable Match. Lots of shy, introverted men feel completely stuck in their dating life. Things haven’t changed much for a couple of years or more, and they feel like their ability to attract the women they want to date is really weak. I used to […]