Dating tips for smart guys
Does that describe anybody else besides those brilliant men you’re drawn to? And I wouldn’t be all that shocked if it somewhat described you as well. And I put up with the same things that you have to deal with from men – selfishness, difficulty, self-righteousness and so on. Because most of our lives are not spent discussing the finer points of Proust, or the best way to fix the 2-party system, or the science behind String Theory… My wife hasn’t done any of that personal growth stuff and you know what?
You see, his “bragging” was likely his attempt at impressing you.Then, if you feel it’s still significant, tell him about your connections and your clients later. As the conversation continues, he asks you about your business. You tell him you run/work for a company that helps large businesses with all their financial needs.He’s already happy to know you’re a woman who he can please and impress. Maybe you list some: their investments, payroll, taxes…blah, blah, blah.He tells you that he hosts large business meetings here so they take very good care of him.You smile, say “that’s nice” and proceed to tell him that you do the same thing with another restaurant in town, in fact last week you hosted a dinner with 20 of your top clients and it was a great success.If you’re a smart, accomplished woman who wants to attract smart men, but you think men don’t want to date you because of your smarts…think again.
While it’s true that some men prefer less “challenging” women, the guy you’re looking for – the interesting, mature accomplished man – has “smart” toward the top of his list of must-haves.
Yet if the very thing you’re attracted to never leads to the relationship of your dreams, don’t you think it may be wise to make some adjustments? You’d make adjustments if you didn’t feel good about your body on January 1st.
You’d make adjustments if you were only looking for jobs on and it never got you a job. Should it be any news that it’s the one arena in which you struggle the most? I know a little bit about a lot and can pretty much hold my own in any cocktail party conversation.
You will STILL be attracted to geniuses, but you now know that they do not make for a good fit in your life. Trust me, the reality is FAR better than the fantasy. Evan if i may ask, who is the “pickier” of the two sexes?
So, from now on, you’re going to discover the virtues of smart, kind, thoughtful, generous, easygoing, commitment-oriented men. You CAN get the relationship you want; just not with the man you always thought you wanted.
” If I had a dollar for the number of women who have said that to me, well, let’s just say I’d be writing this from Tahiti, not Los Angeles.