In early 2018, I had the pleasure to partner with Peter Kowalke, Founder of Kowalke Relationship Coaching, as a Guest Expert in "The Joy Love Club" hosted by Peter Kowalke. I will be joining live to discuss preparing to date, dating mindset, and how to identify the right singles to date, which will stream live on February 10, 2018. The topic of focus for this session will be "Getting Yourself Ready For Successful Dating" with live Q&A online after the interview. The Joy Love Club members can ask questions on topics related to how they can transform their dating mindset to creating a radically different way to view dating and embrace finding love as well how to identify the right person to date. And, all of the members of The Joy Love Club will receive a bonus from me and will also have an opportunity to take advantage of a special offer to work with me individually if they are interested in a dating mindset makeover session. You can find the program details at the end of the page along with an exclusive discount code if you would like to join this program that runs until May 1, 2018 with tons of great content. This program is an incredible resource with weekly expert guidance at a very affordable price. If you are ready for love, this is the place to be!
In this video series, I will be sharing advice for singles on ways to prepare internally for dating before you begin your journey of finding lasting love. The first step I take with any client is to help them get clear on the type of partner they desire to attract and I shared my methodology in a recent episode of the "Talking Love Show" with Host Peter Kowalke. If you find yourself stuck attracting the wrong kind of man/woman each time, it is worth taking a few minutes to put pen to paper to better define the type of person you deeply desire to attract and date, rather than just being open to dating anyone who catches your eye but isn't really intriguing, interesting, or even a good fit. List out the characteristics, traits, values, beliefs, common interests, and any non-negotiable terms that would be deal breakers. You can, of course, list some physical traits but I encourage you to think about how incredibly fulfilling a relationship would be with a partner who shared some of the same interests, values, beliefs, desires to have or not to have children, and how this relationship enhances and fulfills you, not only on a physical level but on an emotional level as well.