Highlights of This Episode:
- How Sarah found her niche
- What men and women typically agree on about who needs to get better at dating
- What puts certain men into “the friend zone”
- Why introverted men are seen as sexy
- How Sarah creates a comfortable environment for her clients
- How the approach that Introverted Alpha takes is different from the “pick-up artist” approach
- How dating and business are similar
- How the cultural connotations of the word “strategy” have been evolving
- What two questions Sarah asks herself every day
- Why turning off the “doing” and just “being” for a while can provoke anxiety
- How Sarah views her secondary mission of ending human trafficking and why she chose that cause to focus on
“It’s my responsibility to make my life. Nobody or nothing is going to come in and do it for me.” –Sarah Jones (Click to share – thanks!)
About Sarah Jones:
Sarah Jones founded Introverted Alpha to help smart, introverted men attract women naturally. She especially loves working with earnest, kind men who lack experience but know they have a lot to offer.
Through Sarah’s resources on IntrovertedAlpha.com, her clients become benevolent badasses, irresistible to smart, loving women everywhere. She’s been featured in Cosmo, Business Insider, The Good Men Project, YourTango, The San Francisco Chronicle, and more.
Sarah’s favorite thing about running Introverted Alpha is getting emails from smart, introverted men who have just discovered her and are happy that they finally have a loving advocate dedicated to their success.
Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
- Introverted Alpha
- The Good Men Project
- The Game, Neil Strauss
- Reddit comment
- Ramit Sethi, Zero to Launch
- Not For Sale
- Managing for Results, Peter Drucker
- Cosmo article
- Business Insider article
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