Dating for successful people
I mean, of course it’s because he doesn’t know what exchange rates are, but that’s okay. I’m okay to being married to someone who I don’t really consider the best, but somewhere in the 70th percentile, because he has other qualities, probably.”Ed, who had been present at the interview up to that point, suddenly got up and said he had to go do something in the next room, and that he had something in his eye. I’m entitled to any man I want — Vin Diesel, Mark Zuckerberg, Tom Brady, Alan Rickman— oh, is he dead? That’s why I’ve learned 10 languages and I encourage my staff to learn them too. That’s the downside of being so intelligent and complex I guess.”Stella Kombucha agrees.Well, he would probably come back to life if he knew about my perfect attributes. Because he won’t talk my ear off about how winning the stock market is just a matter of “basic game theory” and “knowing how psychology really works” and how he’s got a system.”Even some successful men admit there may be drawbacks to dating them. To motivate them, I write all my executive memos in kanji. “I’m really glad I don’t date men like that anymore.They are frustrated and confused at the immature behavior their male counterparts display over and over again. Men are creatures who live their lives in a compartmentalized fashion. The foundation has been built, and he is working on building the first floor.They end things with one guy, and the next is even worse. Yes, he has thought about the upstairs and mapped out the six bedrooms, lounge and office (we are in Beverly Hills, darling), but he cannot and will not get started on the upstairs until he has finished the downstairs.She was labeled a “gold digger” by a guy friend for explaining she wanted to be in a relationship with a successful man. A little background on my friend: She is one of the top executives at a PR firm, has a fabulous apartment that looks like it was decorated by Joanna Gaines and earns a healthy paycheck each month.
Women also, of course, have an urge and desire to have fabulous careers, follow their dreams and support their families, but many men (and women for that matter) do not rely on the support of their future partner. One of the perks of being a matchmaker is my clients are at the point in their lives where they are ready, so I have learned that career stability is one of the greatest predictors of them being in this stage.
DISCLAIMER: I know many happy couples who were far from their ideal careers, and they have thrived in happy relationships.
They have enjoyed growing together within their careers and general life-paths.
My clients are the ultimate girl bosses succeeding in every area of their lives, but when it comes to dating, they are not quite as successful, which is where I come in.
Nearly every day I encounter gorgeous, hopeful young women attempting to make sense of their last interactions with the guys they are dating.