You're a professional or entrepreneur working 40+ hours every week.
You feel that there's more to life than just working day in day out.
You are sick and tired of waking up alone every single day. You get out of bed and thinking to yourself “this is not what i imagined my life would be like”
You thought that by now the success that you have in your career would just translate over in your love life. You thought it was part of the package.
Inside your head you're saying “I have success in my career. I have the money, I have the resources, but why am I still alone?”
#1: You keep waiting for the perfect moment.
A lot of guys think that to attract a high quality woman and relationship, they need to be “ready” first.
Once they have the perfect job title, make a certain amount of money, have their dream car or finally put in enough hours in the gym so that they’re jacked.
They say, “I’m working too much, I don't have enough time. Once I have more time then I will be ready to find someone and settle down.”
The truth is that if you are a professional or entrepreneur, you are always going to be working long hours. And you know that, don’t you? We all know you’re not just going to wake up one day and stop working, right?
There never ends up being a perfect moment, so the love life gets neglected and put on hold till “one day,” which might never happen.
The day that it could happen is the day you decide to make it happen. To talk to that girl you sometimes see in your neighborhood, to take her out on a date, and to be a responsive and decisive man that women want.
You have been lied to!
A lot of men think that as long as they take care of their career goals, and have success in that area of their life, everything will fall into place. They’ll attract the woman of their dreams and everything will be perfect!
The sad reality is, life just doesn’t work like that.
If that was the case, every successful professional or entrepreneur can easily find a girlfriend or they would be in a perfect relationship with their dream partner, and no one would be struggling in this aspect of their lives.
But that’s far from the truth. Actually, it is quite the opposite.
After college, when most men have entered their career or are running their business, they are not exposed to women the way they used to be.