Rami’s Secret Dating History

Yesterday I went bouldering.

On my second climb, I pulled really hard, and near the top, I heard a loud pop come out of my right wrist.

Hurray, it’s sprained!

My girlfriend felt bad as it was her idea, so she took me out to see Thor: Ragnarok, which was totally tubular. Go see it.

 

Ok.

Today’s post is about my secret origin.

I’ve always been a geek. As such, in my younger years, I was terrible with women. I was awkward, and didn’t know what to say, and constantly put my foot in my mouth. I was the guy who was eternally in the friend zone.

Everyone wanted to be my friend, but no one wanted to date me. In fact, in my early twenties, I asked out every woman I knew, and got rejected by all of them.

Youg and beardless Rami teh Gutsy Geek, teh Coaching for Geeks dating coach, wearing glasses

60 women turned me down.

I know this because I kept an Excel spreadsheet.

It’s around that point that I was convinced I was going to die alone. The next three years went by and I didn’t have a single date, or anything even close to intimate with a woman.

Then I got lucky, and somehow stumbled into a relationship with someone I thought was a great girl, who then proceeded to cheat on me multiple times.

Needless to say we broke up, and I was alone again.

I decided enough’s enough.

I wasn’t going to be alone anymore. People always said “don’t worry, you’ll meet the right girl eventually, you just need to stop looking.”

But that was bullshit. I waited three years and no one showed up, I wasn’t going to wait another three for the right woman to stumble along and choose me.

I wanted to be able to choose instead.

So I started to do research, and learn techniques from other people. Dating coaches, hypnotherapists, body language experts, pickup artists, salesmen, you name it.

I spent 5 years going out to clubs and bars 4 nights a week, to learn the ins and outs of meeting women.

And it worked.

In my 30th year, I met the girl of my dreams. She was funny, and sexy, and everything I wanted in a woman. In the past, I would have been too intimidated by her to talk normally. I would have been nervous, and said stupid things, and turned her off.

But that was in the past. I had been training for years, and I was ready for this moment. So we went on a date, and had a blast, and soon after she was my girlfriend. We’ve been together ever since.

So.

I’ve already done the research and the hard work on dating. You don’t need to do it, because you have me.
I’ve distilled my knowledge into the Level Up Your Dating course, which is open til the end of the month.

http://www.gutsygeek.com/levelup-coaching-for-geeks/

But it’s only available during my month of love, which means the doors close on November 30th.

Get in there and get started on it ASAP.

Learn from my mistakes so you don’t make the same ones 


Rami the Gutsy Geek


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Comments 2

  1. I really wish I had discovered my love of geeks earlier in life. Maybe I would have recognized my own geekiness as well. Once it’s embraced, geekdom is pretty cool.

  2. Pingback: Kurtis Kehoe joins Coaching for Geeks as a dating coach!

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