Okay, I know why you are here…
You most likely read my book, The Compound Effect and want to know if this “dream girl,” Georgia Hardy, actually exists… and maybe how you might find your “dream girl” or “dream guy”.
Except from The Compound Effect:
When I was single and ready to find my mate and get married, I made a long list of traits I desired in the perfect woman (for me).
I filled more than forty pages of a journal, front and back, describing her in great detail—her personality, character, key attributes, attitudes, and philosophies about life, even what kind of family she’d come from, including her culture and physical makeup, down to the texture of her hair.
I wrote in depth what our life would be like and what we’d do together. If I had then asked, “What do I have to do to find and get this girl?” I might still be on that butterfly chase.
Instead, I looked back at the list and considered whether or not I embodied those same attributes myself. Did I have the very qualities I was expecting in her? I asked myself, “What kind of a man would a woman like this be looking for? Who do I need to become to be attractive to a woman of this substance?”
I filled forty more pages describing all the attributes, qualities, behaviors, attitudes, and characteristics I needed to become myself. Then I went to work on becoming and achieving those qualities.
Guess what? It worked! As if she were peeled off the pages of my journal and appeared in front of me, my wife, Georgia, is exactly what I described and asked for, in almost eerie detail.
On 01/01/01 this “dream girl” said “yes” to this red-headed stepchild.
And on August 19, 2001, we were married:
Learn the fascinating full story about Georgia here.
And nearly two decades later she is as beautiful as the day we met (we met on a blind date, but that is a whole other article!):
Georgia is the CFO of DARREN HARDY, LLC and the Creative Director behind our Business Masterclass called the High-Performance Forum.
If you are a business leader looking to scale a high-impact company, you might even get the chance to meet Georgia in person. Inquire about an invitation here.
How To Get the Woman/Man/Life of Your Dreams
Excerpt from The Compound Effect:
When most people set out to achieve new goals, they ask, “Okay, I have my goal; now what do I need to do to get it?”
It’s not a bad question, but it’s not the first question that needs to be addressed either. The question we should be asking ourselves is: “Who do I need to become?”
You probably know some people who seem to do all the right things, but still, don’t produce the results they want, right? Why not?
One thing Jim Rohn taught me is: “If you want to have more, you have to become more. Success is not something you pursue. What you pursue will elude you; it can be like trying to chase butterflies.
Success is something you attract by the person you become.” When I understood that philosophy, wow! It revolutionized my life and personal growth.
So, the question to answer is: Who do you need to become to be attractive to what you want? Grow into that and it will be yours.