Posts Tagged ‘readiness’

Make that list… it works!

March 9, 2012

A few things I’ve been hearing from people lately:

What’s the point of writing out a list of what I want from a date/partner/husband/wife?

How do I know what to ask for?

How do I know I’ll get what I ask for?

The author of Harry Potter has a story that might change your perspective.

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What are you willing to do?

January 20, 2012

What are you willing to do to feel ready to date? For example, something as simple as getting out of the house can point you in the right direction.

  • You can walk the dog, take a class in something you love doing (or want to learn), join a group (cards, theater, walking, books – http://www.meetup.com/ is a great resource), visit churches/temples/etc. to see if one “fits you.”
  • Smile at people you see in your travels outside the house. You don’t have to talk to them, just smile. This action alone can make you feel lighter.
  • Visit a few neighborhood restaurants and coffee shops and pick out three where you could meet your future first dates.

What are you willing to do to meet someone you really like?

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Are you ready to date?

September 9, 2011

Are you ready to date?

Are you getting ready to date?

Are you getting ready to get ready?

Confirming where you are today is the first step toward arriving where you want to be in a relationship tomorrow.

Let’s Talk GPS
Imagine you want to drive from San Francisco to New York. In order to get accurate directions you need to know and acknowledge you are starting in San Francisco, so you can put that location in the “starting” area of the directions.

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