In order to get a date with Karen, Jim Kropf had to go through an "approval process" with ten friends of hers -- eight women and two men committed to seeing she didn’t go out with jerks. They were her “Dating Advisory Committee.” Some of her friends took the job so seriously, they came up with written questions – the first set of questions trying to figure out what sort of man would suit her, and another set for anyone who wanted to date her.
It forced her to look at her non-negotiables and preferences in a new way. It also sharpened her ability to recognize when a relationship would be “grit your teeth to make it work” and when it would be “fit together like puzzle pieces.”
BE ADVISED! These are hard, soul-searching questions. The more DETAILED & SPECIFIC your answer, the greater the chance you will recognize The One when you meet them.