Most of us have friends. I'm sure you have at least one. The problem with friendship takes place when someone graduates, they get married, or take a new job, and move away. Your best friend moves (or you move) and you're suddenly in a town without the women who know you best. You realize how good you had it when she was just a short ride away. Sunday brunch with your bestie is no longer an option.
Has this ever happened to you? Gosh it's tough! It happened to me and I admit that it took me 7 years to figure out what to do next. It took me 7 years to find new friends. I wasted so much time going about it in the wrong way. I wasted so much time, but I don't want you to waste a single second. You shouldn't have to ever feel alone or frustrated, especially when you're making an effort and putting yourself out there time and time again. I'm here to teach you what NOT to do. I am here to share the successful things I did to form friendship with women who live in the same city as me. Take the things that took me years to master, learn it all in a few hours, and instantly apply them to your life back home.
I'm hosting a virtual workshop Saturday morning on June 8th for 10 people. Only these 10 people will get to preview what's to come later this year on a much larger scale. This is your one and only chance to attend the workshop for free. To reserve a seat, or request more details, email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) your first and last name. Don't hesitate. Don't be the one to miss out.