I Judge You On Your Appearance
I want to admit something to you today.
I want to admit that I judge you on your appearance.
Yeah. I said it.
But it's not a popular thing to say.
It’s not popular because we are told “don’t judge a book by its cover".
It’s not popular because we are told to value people for their character.
It’s not popular because ultimately, we want people to love us not for what we look like, but for who we are.
I know that’s what I’ve always wanted. I used to look like this...
...and I always wanted people to see and appreciate the real me.
- The me that STILL gets a surge of energy and wants to play when it’s bedtime.
- The me that orders 1200 square feet of Saran wrap on Amazon.
- And the me that ACCIDENTALLY rolls over my cousin’s dress at her wedding.
But before I hired my dating coach, people could not see the real me. They weren’t even coming close.
They would look at me, and they would avert their eyes. They would look at me, and feel sorry for my situation. They would look at me and IF they spoke to me, they tiptoed on egg shells. And the ONE time a girl had shown remote romantic interest in me was back at my 8th grade dance.
And I wondered WHY. Why don't people want to see and get to know the real me? Why aren't women attracted to me? Is it because I use a wheelchair? Is it because I have a disability?
And my dating coach explained what was going on. Check out my 7 minute speech to find out what he told me, and how it enabled me to make friends, go on dates, and even have my first girlfriend, all within 3 short months.
Here's how my appearance has evolved since then.
Do you freeze up around women you're attracted to? Have you never kissed a girl? Have you never had a girlfriend? Do you feel that everybody else has friends but you don’t? I’ve been there. And it sucks.
Here's my 30 second story: I use a wheelchair and I have a degenerative muscle condition. I was always the shy, nerdy kid, and I had ZERO success with women – my first kiss didn't happen until I was 22 years old. I went to an Ivy League University and landed my dream job at Microsoft, but I was miserable. After the girl I was in love with told me, "I don't know how any woman could be attracted to a guy in a wheelchair," I hired a dating coach to turn my life around. Now, my social calendar is booked weeks in advance, and I get to choose the friends that I really want to spend time with. Now, I've been on 60+ dates, I've enjoyed sex and intimacy with several women, and I've had incredible girlfriends.
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