Outsource dating tim ferriss
Some profiles would have a funny tone, while the others a more serious one.
I’d also test different profile pictures to see which ones are the most effective.
An interesting tidbit is that some of these contractors sent me their resumes with their proposals!
All I cared about was that they were native English speakers and understood American dating culture… Anyway, after the failed attempt with a Filipino virtual assistant, I decided to delegate the task to a virtual assistant, named John*, based out of Florida.
In his rented San Francisco apartment in Glen Park, where he lives when he isn't hunting caribou in Alaska or scuba diving in Panama, he uses a scale and probe thermometer to mix exactly 12 grams of coffee with 200 grams of water at 180 degrees into a contraption that looks like part of a hamster tunnel system. " he says, holding up an interlocking plastic tube gizmo with the thinnest micro-filter available, developed by a mechanical engineer who lectures at Stanford University. The recipe is in his recently released third book: "The 4-Hour Chef: The Simple Path to Cooking Like a Pro, Learning Anything, and Living the Good Life." Following the principle that he can teach himself to do anything, whether it's how to set a Guinness World Record for tango spinning, to become a national Chinese kickboxing champion, or to work less and quadruple his income, Ferriss uses himself as a guinea pig to sell millions of books to readers looking for a shortcut out of the "9-to-5 retirement prison." In "The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich," he posited that there's no need to wait for retirement to have the life you've always wanted.
He drew legions of fans, many of them younger men like himself trapped in punishing Silicon Valley startup jobs who were ready to hear Ferriss' solution: Work less by working smarter, outsourcing work to virtual assistants, checking e-mail only once a day, and dropping needy, time-wasting clients, thus freeing up time to travel the world and bring more balance to life.
Beyond dating sites, I’d leverage Facebook ads by targeting single women in my area. It’s creepy to search for single women in your area and start messaging them, but Facebook ads would make it less creepy, since you’re just advertising yourself — literally! This was a fun experiment, but I prefer handling dating on my own.
"People took that out of context - I didn't say, 'Do it in the security line.' You simply say you have a firearm to declare at the bag counter, and a TSA person pulls you aside and puts a tag on your bag. You don't hold up any lines." In a snarky nod to his critics, Ferriss borrowed a line from Bruni for the dust jacket of his latest book.His rate was /hour plus a bonus for every date he set up — well within my budget.Upon contracting John, I informed him of three potential coffee shops where I could meet for the dates.The book was translated into 35 languages, and elevated the former nutritional supplements company owner to messiah status, complete with stalker fans, death threats, and invitations to speak at Princeton and TED conferences.He now sits on the faculty of Singularity University, a global technology think tank at NASA Ames Research Center at Moffett Field.