Online dating, like marmite, is a love or hate relationship.
Why is it that some seem to have such a hard time meeting people online whilst others enjoy a constant stream of dates, week in, week out?
To answer this question I teamed up with an ex-girlfriend (who I met online, of course and who also happens to be a renowned psychologist) to set up and monitor over 200 fabricated profiles on many different dating sites over a six month period.
The results were, to put it mildly, shocking.
In using such a broad spectrum of profiles and websites as both male and female candidates, not only were definite patterns identified and developed but also some seriously dubious practices by the major players in the industry were uncovered.
Are you sure the person sending you that message really exists? You might be surprised.
From cheating husbands and touting pimps to genuine rock solid guys, Russian hookers and Thai brides or lonely housewives and busy P.A’s, we found them all.
But there is a method to all this apparent madness, and you can try it for yourself by setting up 200 profiles of your own.
Alternatively, come and discover what our findings were in this concise and to-the-point talk and save yourself the trouble of deducing what works and what doesn’t in the world of online dating. We will also include as part of this talk, an alternative solution to online dating; how to find somebody far more in-tune with what you want and need without going to bars/clubs or using internet dating whatsoever.
Please book now as these events always sell out quickly, and you wouldn’t want everybody else to gain an advantage over you, would you?
Author of "Mr Right" and personal development trainer, Hag Hughes applies neuro-linguistics, hypnosis, the psychology of sales and marketing along with many other forms of developmental psychology to create a system for girls and women alike to find, meet and attract their perfect partner.
Having spent time learning personally from people like Paul McKenna, Dr Richard Bandler and a host of other world class trainers like Edward DeBono and David Deangelo, Hag has a truly unique and real-world approach to the field of dating and attraction that translates into easy-to-follow ideas and systems that not allow potential love interests to turn up in your life automatically, but what you also need to do to ensure they stay there!
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Time: The Doors open at 6:30pm and the talk starts at 7pm sharp.
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