5 Reasons Why Dating Is Harder for Smart People

Are you smart, or do you just THINK you’re smart?

Well, if you’re struggling with these five dating challenges, then chances are… you’re a genius.

5 Reasons Why Dating Is Harder for Smart People… watch it now!

If you’re like a yogi and are smarter than the average bear, dating is going to be much more difficult for you.

In my latest video, I break down 5 reason why this is the case.

#1 and #4 on the list are worth watching right now and are likely the biggest reasons most intelligent women can identify with.

Hurry up and watch so you can join the conversation happening in the comments below.

Your Coach,
Adam

P.S. – Speaking of intelligent women, you probably understand an awesome deal when you see it…

Summary –

Ernest Hemingway said:

“An intelligent man is sometimes forced to be drunk to spend time with his fools.”

To quote myself, Adam LoDolce said:

“An intelligent woman is sometimes forced to be drunk to sleep with a fool.”

If you’re smart, dating might even be harder for you than for others.

Here are five reasons why:

Reason #1: You Tend to Over-Analyze Everything

Every other problem you have in life, you’ll be able to think through.

Not so with dating.

When it comes to love, it’s definitely not that cut and dry.

It’s not a formula.

If you find that you are constantly over-analyzing every single thing in dating and relationships…

It might be time to just learn how to go with the flow just a little bit more.

Reason #2: Everyone Expects You to Have the Perfect Partner

If you’re an overachiever in every area of your life, you can work through anything and make it happen, except for finding a suitable partner.

You might work hard to be a doctor or a lawyer, successful business woman, but you know what?

That doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re going to have success in your love life.

Have patience and understand that you can be happy now being single and anyone who puts pressure on you to find love is an energy vampire.

They don’t understand that you’d rather be single and happy than married and miserable.

Reason #3: The Men You Meet are Usually Less Intelligent Than You

Let’s say you’re in the top 30th percentile of IQ.

A lot of men will really annoy you.

They will not understand you and they will easily get intimidated by you.

Finding love and happiness is important and maybe you won’t end up with someone as smart as you…

… but you’ll find someone who’s just really compatible with you.

Maybe they are the fun to your serious.

Maybe they are the relaxed to your stress.

Maybe they are the simplicity to your complexity.

Finding love doesn’t mean finding another you. It means finding someone who completes you.

Reason #4: You May Have Less Experience With Love

Smart people tend to have spent more time on their achievements than on relationships when they were younger.

Let’s get real here.

It’s pretty rare to be the valedictorian who’s also the prom queen.

Now, when you were younger, you might have spent all of your time going to college, going to grad school, getting your first job, finding a really high paying career.

Other people may have spent time really working on their social skills and building relationships with people.

Now is the time to really make this a priority in your life and put as much energy into learning your social skills, learning how to flirt, learning how to date and getting that experience as you would in other areas of your life.

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Adam LoDolce is the founder of Sexy Confidence. He is one of the top dating confidence experts in the world.After touring the world and speaking at over one hundred of the country’s top universities (Notre Dame, University of Alabama, University of Texas, etc.), he’s refocused his efforts to address a burning need: helping women build the right type of confidence to be successful with men. He’s been coaching, writing, and speaking on dating dynamics for over four years now.You will find that his coaching style is extremely untraditional and yet, immensely effective. He has helped dozens of self-proclaimed “helpless” women find love within weeks (not months) and has also coached some of the most powerful and successful women on this planet (foreign and national government officials, fashion experts, corporate executives, etc.). He’s an author and film producer, but quite honestly, he’s just a regular dude who’s truly found his passion.He enjoys riding his Harley-Davidson every day that the sun shines, dedicates his time to Crossfit, yoga, golf, traveling and is very close with his parents (Ann and Michael) and his brother (and best friend), Marc.