I was born with a neuromuscular condition (Charcot Marie Tooth) that causes weakness throughout my body, especially in my hands and legs.
As I was growing up, my parents put a singular message in my mind – Amin, you will not be able to perform physical labor, so you have to study hard and work hard if you want to succeed in life. And so I did. I was pretty much a straight-A student, I graduated 2nd in my high school class of about 700 students, I graduated from an Ivy League University with 2 degrees in 4 years, and I landed my dream job at Microsoft. By all metrics of external success, I was killing it.
But internally, I was desolate. I had very few friends, and I hadn't even been on a real date yet. I spent most of my time working, or watching TV by myself.
And I knew that there had to be more to life. I knew that I craved connection with others. I knew that I wanted those friends that would always have my back. I knew that I craved intimacy with women. I knew that I wanted to get rid of that nervous feeling that I felt every time I was around people.
I finally mustered the courage to ask a girl to hang out, and the stars seem to be aligned, because she said yes. I thought she was the love of my life, but after our first, incredibly awkward kiss, she told me "I don't know how any woman could be attracted to a guy in a wheelchair." And that was my rock-bottom.
So what did I do? I went to remedial classes, of course. And for me, that meant hiring a dating coach. Have you seen the movie Hitch? It’s very much like that.
So five years and $25,000 later, here I am. And honestly, sometimes I’m STILL nervous around people. BUT I’ve learned a few things.
And my life has totally transformed.
Now, I make friends everywhere I go, and it doesn't take me very long. I approach and flirt with women nearly every chance I get, and I’ve had more dating experiences than I had ever dreamed of.
If I can do this, I know you can too. So I've decided to spill my secrets, so more people can experience the purest form of bliss on the planet: authentic human connection.
Here's a video of me speaking about my story and the top 3 things I use to create these authentic human connections.