We offer unique hands-on training in the art of attracting and keeping high-quality partners, both in one-on-one and group settings.

Rather than relying on lecturing or an in-field baptism by fire, I’ve created a unique system for hands-on learning that is as fun as it is effective.  We begin with exercises designed to help you clarify your own goals and challenges, followed by individualized instruction to help you put together a game plan for reaching your personal potential.

Then the real fun begins, as you try your hand at the dating game in a carefully crafted activity that sets us apart from any other attraction system.  I will teach you how to get the reactions you want, and help you understand why you are getting less desirable results.

Finally, we head out to a public venue to get you some tangible success, with me and my helpers there to guide you every step of the way!




You see an attractive stranger sitting alone in a public place.  You…

B. Immediately walk up and launch into a funny story about something you witnessed earlier that day.

You may feel like you have all the time in the world to make your move, but it is surprisingly important that you take action right away. Letting even a minute go by not only gives you a chance to psych yourself out, but it telegraphs to your IA (intended audience – i.e. the attractive stranger) that you are putting importance on the interaction, which often feels like pressure.  Instead, have a few anecdotes in your back pocket, so to speak, so that you can start a fun, casual conversation with anyone at any time.



You arrive at a sales call, the prospective client is already extremely enthusiastic about the product.  You…

D.  Be less enthusiastic than they are. List reasons why it may not be the right fit before launching into your pitch.

In order to build rapport with someone, and to gain selling control, you need to be the one who makes them excited about the product. This solves buyers remorse, customers who are apologetic because they think they aren’t going to buy, and grants time to explore the product. Being the one who made them happy about the product will pay off when it’s time to close.



Someone is telling you a story.  S/he keeps looking up and to his/her right.  This means:

D.  Nothing.

There is no reliable way to tell what someone is thinking by assessing just one variable.  Tracking the meaning of things like eye movements requires getting their baseline, and then matching the known reactions to the current reaction, while also taking other kinesics, occulesics, tone and prosody into account.