Time's Up. By the End Of the Day, You'll Be Losing This--

I know something about you.

It may sound silly, since I don’t really “know” you, but from all my years of working with women, I’ve discovered some common traits among my readers.

Here’s one that really resonates. Let me know if you think I’m on the right track:

You are generous.

Maybe you’ve never labeled yourself that way before, but perhaps holding up a mirror to you would reveal that “generous” is, in fact, the best description of you.

Have you ever spent long nights on the phone counseling a dear friend?

Have you ever spent thousands of dollars on veterinarian bills for a sick pet?

Have you ever worked longer than expected because you took pride in your work and wanted to please your boss or client?

Have you ever given an expensive gift to your less fortunate sister or your self-sacrificing mother?

Have you ever rushed to the hospital to be by the side of someone you loved?

Have you ever devoted time or money to a charity that goes above and beyond what the average person donates?

Finally, have you ever given more to a relationship than the relationship has given back to you?

I’ll bet you have.

What we see here is not merely that you are generous in more ways one, but you are actually generous to a fault.

Now, to be fair, being generous is a good thing. Not only are you making an impact on the world around you, but you actually feel good when giving.

Think about the feeling you get after a Thanksgiving morning in a soup kitchen, or the sound of your niece’s squeals when she opens up her new bicycle.

One study concludes that donors feel happiest when giving fosters social connection – as opposed to making an anonymous donation.

Makes perfect sense.

We want to feel a connection with the people we’re giving to – which means we get a lot more pleasure giving gifts than we do writing a tax-deductible check to the Red Cross.

So, why am I bringing this up now, on the last day of this special Love U launch?

If anything, I wanted you to see something that I see in you:

You are so committed to giving to others that you may neglect your own needs.

You put yourself out for a friend, for a pet, for a loved one, but when do you get the opportunity to receive?

Not very often.

This is your chance.

I’m not telling you to suddenly cut off your monthly donation to ALS or RAINN.

I’m not telling you to return that iPad you bought for your Mom for her birthday.

I’m only telling you what you already know.

You need to be as generous with yourself as you are with others.

You’d do anything for someone you love. But you hesitate to do the easiest, smartest thing for your long-term happiness:

Enroll in Love U.

Understand, I’m not against you taking another solo trip to Bali or redecorating your bathroom, or splurging on a spa weekend with the girls.

I just have to remind you that happiness doesn’t come from material goods or evanescent pleasures.

It comes from deep, meaningful, human connection – and nothing is deeper, more meaningful and more fulfilling than a happy marriage.

This is one area in which no one else can save you.

Your best friend can’t help you understand men.

Your sister can’t teach you to date online.

Your mom can’t teach you to be confident wherever you go.

Your dog can’t outline the most important qualities to look for in a man.

It’s generous for you to take care of them, but who’s taking care of you – if not you?

After midnight tonight, you will no longer be able to get the following:

    o 26 weeks of Love U videos.

    o 26 weeks of Love U exercises.

    o 26 weeks of Love U Inner Circle coaching calls .

    o 26 weeks of support from hundreds of other women in the Love U Community who are also taking this exciting journey at the same time.

    o A copy of my bestselling book “Why He Disappeared.”

    o The extended payment plan, at 50% off the regular price, which lowers your monthly investment from $333 to $167.

Right now, this is all available to you.

Tomorrow, it’s not.

Thus, it’s really simple.

If you’re satisfied with your love life as it is right now and would be fine being in this exact same position next year, do nothing.

If you’re dissatisfied being alone and want the opportunity to experience unconditional love like so many of my other clients, click here.

Even if you didn’t take advantage of this special offer, I hope you took value out of the emails, the videos, and the dialogue. I hope you challenged yourself on what you can do differently, and on understanding how men really think.

No matter what, I remain committed to staying in touch with you and giving you as much valuable information as I can in my weekly newsletters, blog posts and podcasts.

Click here before 11:59pm tonight to register for Love U and join hundreds of other smart women who are also ready for love and making it happen now.

Give me 5 minutes a day and I will give you a husband.

Many thanks and warmest wishes,

Your friend,

Evan

P.S. April joined my group coaching program three years ago. Not long after, she sent me a wedding photo.

I can’t believe how much I learned from Evan’s coaching. I’m one of the participants who came in and did a lot of things the opposite of how Evan coaches us, fell right on my butt, dusted myself off, and then did it the right way and had these amazing results. If Evan helped me figure this out? He can do it for anyone.

Now, I’m in an amazing marriage with a really wonderful man. Easily the best and most healthy relationship of my life. And I’m happy. Really happy. Not euphoric, “This is too good to be true, when will the other shoe drop” happy, but truly content, peaceful and so excited about the future. Evan helped me to attract and keep an amazing man who makes me feel special and cherished and oh, by the way? He’s gorgeous. smart, funny and extremely successful – and that, my friend, is really just icing on the cake.

Now I feel as lucky and blessed in my relationship as I do in all the other areas of my life. I used to wonder how I managed to figure out everything in life but love. I thought the really amazing relationships were for someone else. Now I realize I just didn’t have the right mindset or tools. The adjustments I made were so minor, yet they had such an amazing impact on my life. Thank you, Evan, for everything.

April

As always, I don’t make these up.

As always, this can be yours.

As always, it’s up to you.

By this time tomorrow, your chance to get Love U for a reduced monthly price will be gone.

It’s now or never.

I sure hope it’s now.

See you inside Love U!

Your friend,

Evan