People write me often to say they changed their dating pattern and found a mate after finishing that book — and that's really awesome to hear.
My book titles — — are somewhat silly and attention grabbing. Anyone in the publishing industry knows how hard it is for a title to stick out in a bookstore or online. The same is true for a number of the dating, love and sex videos I've hosted.
Syrtash: My audience is more varied than you (or I) would think.
I used to assume it was mostly young women age 18 to 34.
I don't know what makes anyone an expert, but I think by now earned my stripes.
Sobel: While your advice is spot on, you are quite the risk taker.
When I teach a three-day workshop, coach a client or write a book, I can obviously delve deeper than I can in a 500-word advice article or two-minute video.
But in 2011 you wrote “Cheat On Your Husband (with Your Husband): How to Date Your Spouse” — a book overtly targeted to a slightly older married, female audience.
What was the decision to skew your audience a bit older and how has it worked out?
This is probably an issue with our culture, in general.
We're not necessarily pro-active about our health and wellness.