Dating shouldn’t be hard but neither should it be a piece of cake. Why? Because everything that is worthwhile takes effort. And conscious decision making.
The worksheets below are going to help you make conscious decisions and focus your effort strategically so that you are always working towards your ideal you, your ideal partner, and your ideal relationship.
The work starts before you meet the person you want to date. The work to create an amazing relationship starts when you’re awesomely single and have decided to invite someone to join you in your awesomeness.
And what happens if you’re not awesomely single? Well, I’m sorry to say but dating someone will not make your life awesome. The awesomeness starts within you. Only you can fill that void because everything comes from within. That is why you’ll often hear us say, “All love is self-love” and “Know thyself.” If you don’t know and love yourself, how can anyone?
So, let’s get started. Print out the PDFs, grab a pen, put your phone away, and get cracking.
Each PDF includes instructions on the second page but if you have any further questions or need help understanding the outcome, do send us a message.
You must know what are your preferences (what you want in your ideal partner but are negotiable) and deal-breakers (what you need in a partner and are completely non negotiable). You can have a list of 100 preferences but you must choose a maximum of three deal-breakers. Why three?? You can read it here.
History repeats itself…unless you learn from the past and apply those lessons to your future. This is the most important worksheet of them all. This is worksheet is for straight women.
SWOT is a marketing acronym for strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. But instead of focusing on a company or business objective, we’re going to focus on you. Once you’ve decided what kind of relationship you want, you will list out your internal and external pros & cons. And when you’re done…you’ll focus on your strengths and opportunities because the positive fuels us more constructively than the negative.