Who could have guessed that a Boston investment banker would be behind one of the biggest debut novels of 2011? From He's Just Not that Into You to Steve Harvey's Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, women have gotten a lot of advice about how to deal with men.
But I doubt that any other relationship book has had a cuter book trailer than Get the Guy by Matthew Hussey.
Lines like "Maggie, You are a beautiful, strong-willed, independent girl and if Johnny doesn't see that, it's his loss" sound funny coming from such a young girl's mouth but I've probably said something similarly cliched to some of my friends. 7 Experts to Help Rewire Your Love LifeFebruary 13, 2014 - BY Rewire Me StaffSHARELove is in the air this week, and it’s time to honor those you care about. The author of several books, including Marriage: A History, Stephanie is frequently interviewed on TV and radio and widely published in magazines and newspapers, including the New York Times. Founder of the online dating consultancy eFlirt Expert, Laurie is also the author of Love at First Click: The Ultimate Guide to Online Dating, one of our favorite books on the ins and outs of successful online dating. Dating guru, New York Times bestselling author, and Today show resident relationship expert, Matthew specializes in helping people find, attract, and keep their ideal partner. A self-described “recovering boring person,” Vanessa is an author and behavioral investigator who applies academic research to hot-button relationship issues like attraction, dishonesty, and jealousy.
Articles with the Rewire Me Staff byline were generally created by multiple writers and editors or reposted (with permission, of course!) from other sources. Matthew Hussey, an Angelsmith client, has been billed as the top relationship guru in the world.
One of the core tenets of his new book, Get The Guy, is that you can’t predict where the best opportunities will come from, so it’s key to always be genuine, always be presenting your best self, and always be saying, “yes.” He’s presented himself with the same sort of friendly enthusiasm to a variety of outlets and channels and allowed each of those individual platforms to crossover and promote his overall success. As diversified as his base is, his integrated marketing approach is even more impressive.  All of his channels work seamlessly together to move prospects forward, towards an on or offline conversion. Just like the stages and progression of a relationship, Matthew understands that not everyone who lands on his website is ready to make a commitment.  He carefully guides those in the research phase as well as providing an immediate opportunity for those website visitors ready to make a quick purchase. None of this happened by chance or luck.  Matthew was building his community long before he even had an idea he would be on a television show or write a best-selling book. They’ve been waiting for his book to come out for months, and now that it’s here they’re all excited. Maybe you caught his book trailer for Get The Guy on the Today Show, or a friend posted it to Facebook. He does not tell anything that we do not already know, and his strategy might work for women who have no one special in mind and always dealing with a crowd and who treat love as a step to step planning and plotting not something beautiful and spontaneous – In order to be able to use this approach, you need to find lots of men you’re attracted to to use it on. In his book, Get the Guy, Matthew Hussey—relationship expert, matchmaker, and star of the NBC reality show Ready for Love—reveals the secrets of the male mind and the fundamentals of dating and mating for a proven, revolutionary approach to help women to find lasting love. As most of you might not know the "job" of a make-up artist is not solely about being an artist and applying makeup at all.
One fine evening as I was working at my desk in NY, a wonderful artist friend of mine in San Fransisco, Western Bonime, shot me a link of a man who would be conducting a radio interview about love and said I MUST take a listen. NB: HOW DO YOU SUSTAIN HOURS OF ENERGY AND ENTHUSIASM DAY AFTER DAY ENABLING YOU TO CONTINUOUSLY GIVE 100% OF YOURSELF IN YOUR MESMERIZINGLY HIGH IMPACT SEMINARS?
MH: I remember when I was a teenager and first discovered How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie. NB: EACH ONE OF YOUR SEMINARS IS ABOUT A 10 HOUR DAY AND JAM PACKED WITH LIFE CHANGING INFORMATION. MH: I used to be checking my notes in between breaks to remember my material, but now the stories and concepts are like second-nature to me. NB: WHAT ARE SOME OF THE THINGS THAT MATTHEW HUSSEY THE MAN NOT THE MOTIVATOR LOVES DOING IN HIS DOWNTIME? NB: IF YOU COULD ADVISE MEN ON ONE THING IN PARTICULAR WHICH MIGHT OPEN THEIR EYES TO MORE COMFORTABLY RELATING TO WOMAN AND POTENTIAL RELATIONSHIPS WITH WOMAN WHAT WOULD IT BE? MH: Many men I come across see women in an antagonistic way, and it's always the basis for a bad relationship. NB: ONE MINDSET YOU WISH EVERY WOMAN WOULD START IMPLEMENTING INTO THEIR RELATIONSHIPS WITH MEN?
MH: In terms of relationships, women often completely over-estimate the confidence of men, and forget about needing to feel validated.
MH: It's funny, if you asked me five years ago I would have said I was aiming for the life I'm living now!
MH: Like everything else I teach in my coaching, staying in shape for me is about the little actions and changes in lifestyle that have a huge effect over time. Watch this MH video, with Q&A material from his Get the Guy live tour showcasing the love guru in action. While Valentine’s Day is a good time to focus on rewiring your relationships, we’re fans of thinking about how to improve ours year-round—and we’ve found that Twitter is a great resource for finding advice and insights.
Laurie is one of the more relatable relationship experts out there, with a Twitter feed that’s one part dating advice, one part woman about town adventures. Terri Orbuch, known to most as “The Love Doctor,” is a professor, therapist, and author of five best-selling relationship books. Athena Staik studies what makes relationships work and calls the fruits of her labor “Conscious-Love Relationship Therapy.” The therapeutic approach is a blend of neuroscience and conventional and alternative approaches, and it delves into the internal issues that are usually connected to current and past relationships. Much of his success can be attributed to his integrated marketing strategy and his appeal to diverse demographics.

How does a guy who seems to only have a niche market go from a book release to best seller status in so short a time? Angelsmith designed and built his US website to capture leads, drive awareness about the book, highlight the television show, and promote his live seminars. His on and offsite SEO efforts get his content found on both his social media channels as well as his website. Well over a hundred thousand strong they’re predominantly women who have followed Matthew’s work for a while now. They buy copies for themselves and then go back for seconds and thirds as gifts for friends. He’s been using the online deal-a-day site to drive people to his sold-out events across the country and to drive sales of his book. When interest is piqued in one area a new fan is drawn into the forum atmosphere of the sites. Written by the hottest dating coach on the scene, Matthew Hussey, it offers clear, honest and practical advice for women on how to find their ideal man – and, importantly, how to keep him. There’s nothing wrong with having a primarily male social network (guys can introduce you to other guys) or a male best friend.But if you want to stop getting stuck in the friend zone with men you desire, and with whom you can imagine a long and happy romantic future, the best thing to do is either meet someone new or do something new. We are also unofficial: clothing stylists, personal advisers, assistants, publicists, lighting experts, writers, producers, directors, editors, trusted confidants and above all therapists. Being that her suggestions have often tipped me off to new and hot concepts I was of course intrigued and clicked on right away. You are a dynamic relationship enthusiast with a fresh and inspiring approach to finding, maintaining and being in love. By that I mean to say, the easiest way I've found to create sustained enthusiasm is to be absolutely head-over-hells in love with what you do.
As well as being extremely influenced by the book itself, I was blown away by this idea that someone had written practical advice that I could instantly apply to improve my own success and happiness.
Other than that, I've gotten into boxing over the last couple of years; it's refreshing to focus on something completely physical and just get your head into that training zone.
If you can both stay in that place, when you really want to show the best of yourselves to each other, relationships can become such a powerful team. What I mean by that is men who come with pre-conceived notions that women are trying to tie them down, or hold them back, or that women are shallow, or that women are only attracted to money, or whatever it is. Men are often miserable in relationships because they feel their partner takes them for granted, or shows him no appreciation for the things he gets right.
CHARM, GOOD LOOKS, INTELLIGENCE, MOTIVATION, HEARTFELT SINCERITY, YOUR ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE CLEARLY AND HONESTLY YET STAY HUMBLE DESPITE ALL THAT LIFE HAS GIVEN YOU, DEEP AWARENESS OF PEOPLE'S NEEDS, EXPANSIVE WORLDLY VISION, COMPASSION, STRENGTH AND MASSIVE AMOUNTS OF HUMOR. Any moment they think I'm getting an ego about things, my brothers know immediately how to send me crashing down to earth. ANY HEALTH REGIMES YOU ARE CONSISTENT WITH THAT KEEP YOU LOOKING AND FEELING AS VITAL AS YOU DO? She blends her expertise with life experience and her own research to offer straightforward advice. It serves as a central repository and turns divergent bits of information into a unified call to action.
Matthew has made the most of his optimization efforts by choosing video as his primary content format.While still building meaningful connections with his growing audience, he creates content with the purpose of guiding fans through the sales funnel. Using simple steps, Matthew guides us through the complex maze of dating and shows us just how to find the guy, get the guy and keep the guy. One topic which arises almost every time I am working with a client is the subject of love and the current relationship issues we are all experiencing at that time. The show had just begun and there was a special guest that evening who had been patched through for the interview named Matthew Hussey from London, England.
Noel Coward once said that "Work is more fun than fun." That sounds like the words of a crazy workaholic, (which I've been accused of before!) but that quote says so much to me. For me, it's getting a huge pizza with my close friends or my brothers and watching a film. There is a lot of stigma and snobbiness about the self-help genre, and I can't vouch for everything out there, but for me, the idea of giving someone else the gift of inspiration and making them feel passionate and capable in an area of their life is the most incredible thing in the world.
I love the idea of relationships as being the ultimate team - someone you share everything with, who completely and utterly backs you, and whom you give to completely unselfishly.
The most important thing for men is to realise these for what they are: male fears and insecurities. There's a lot of teasing and joking around in my family, and as much as my mum or aunt might get a kick out of seeing me on television, everyone knows not to take it too seriously and that it's all just one crazy ride.
Follow her for tidbits of relationship wisdom and links to her articles on Psychology Today. He speaks to women and men, whether they’re single or in a relationship, old or young, corporate climbers or entrepreneurs.
It’s like saying, ‘When I get on the stage, then I’ll learn my lines.’ His integrated approach means he’s as good in rehearsal as he is on opening night. Matthew dreamed it up as a fun thing for his fans and now it’s approaching 2 million views. It's a conversation that goes on and on, month after month, year after year and one that us ladies NEVER tire of talking about.

I listened to the entire interview and was blown away by the relationship concepts Matthew was bringing to the table. It's something we all strive to do in our social life -- when our friends and family struggle -- we try to console them and bring them around to a better place.
My mum loves Disney so I love taking her to Disney World after I finish my retreats in Florida.
The men who are the most attractive and well-adjusted people I know absolutely love women, and understand how to focus on what she needs, rather than on what he can get. I was talking to an editor friend about this the other day -- as soon as you achieve all of this crazy stuff it becomes normal scarily quickly, and before you know it you're looking for other challenges to shoot for. YOU ARE TRULY AN ALL AROUND EXTRAORDINARY DUDE AND I AM CERTAIN THAT MOST VIEW YOU AS A MEGA CATCH. I get some female attention from fans, but mostly it's people asking for advice about a situation with their ex or their boyfriend, so it's not all love letters and fan mail! You want to wake up in the morning to write more material, or to go on stage and give every shred of emotion you have. Every 6 months you drop parts of your act you don't like anymore and add new material, so you always have parts that are fresh and then you have your "classic" stuff that everyone has heard about, but you get better and better at explaining it.
I'm not someone who likes having a master plan for everything, but I do believe in a vision for your life. MY QUESTION IS, BECAUSE YOU ARE SURROUNDED BY THOUSANDS OF WOMAN EACH YEAR MOST OF WHICH MOST CERTAINLY HAVE A CRUSH ON YOU IN SOME WAY OR ANOTHER AND WHO PROBABLY WOULD LIKE TO MAKE YOU THEIRS, HOW DO YOU HANDLE ALL OF THIS ATTENTION AND MAINTAIN FOCUSED ON YOUR JOB AT HAND WITH OUT BECOMING A ROCK STAR WHEN THE DAY IS DONE? That doesn't mean I'm a gym junkie -- it just means that I have to get a few days doing something physical a week, even just for my mental sanity. He covers the same core focus of dating and forming relationships, but each one is different. Not to mention MH himself seemed to be a truly great person who genuinely cared about making a difference in people's lives and who seemed to me to have a heart of gold.
Coming up with and creating my material, getting the buzz from speaking to audiences across the country, working on my delivery so that every point hits home powerfully -- these are all things that are challenging but give me a bigger high than anything else.
Before a seminar now, I just have a list of nearly one word prompters, but as my team know, I can have a tendency once I'm on stage to start doing my own thing and go off on a tangent. 5 years from now I imagine I'll be doing what I'm doing now but with two major differences. When I was younger I played a crazy amount of sport -- squash, tennis, football (English football! He’s taking his time on audiences that could fit in a high school gymnasium, and in the process gathering audiences that could sell out coliseums.
No matter what each of our cultural, social and financial status' are, we all draw our ideas and experiences about love from the perspective of being a female, end of story. Not but a week after this new discovery of mine, MH announced to the world that he had just finished writing his first booked called Get the Guy and would be making his U.S.
Since my job is public speaking, and I'm the only guy in the room talking for hours on end, I've never believed it's good enough for me to go up there and give a passive lecture and bore everyone to tears. The idea of empowering people and that moment when someone sees what they are capable of is just incredible to me. As long as you have the discipline to remember the key points, you give yourself room to improvise. First I'll have more people around me on my team taking the pressure off -- I'm still doing far too much on my own! I like to draw a lot on comedians and entertainers, those people who are compelling and passionate and able to maintain presence and go away making people feel emotionally changed for the experience. There's a quote from the movie Vanilla Sky: Every passing minute is another chance to turn it all around. As for remembering it all, once you've told a story to enough people, it becomes like a jazz piece. A few days after that he announced that he was also going to serve as a matchmaker on Eva Longoria's new NBC reality TV show called Ready for Love which was also going to launch at the same time as his book. So I pour every bit of emotion I have into my talks, and afterwards (the part you don't see) is when I go home and crash, or just see friends and enjoy being the quiet one for the rest of the evening.
I love that, and in my seminars, I'm always trying to create that moment for people, when they just see things differently or when they have a huge "aha" moment about their relationships.
You know the heart of it, but you can play with it and tell it in a slightly different way, as long as you understand the overall message.
Seriously, women have no idea how much men need to hear this stuff, and in the relationship, sadly, it's often the first thing that gets lost.
I love sparring in the ring or just doing the training, and it's easily one of the most effective ways of keeping off fat. On the day before a seminar itself, sometimes I'll sit the team down and we'll write out on a big flip chart what everyone's favorite parts are. But on the morning of the seminar day itself, I'll write a basic structure in my notes and that's about it!
I quickly signed up to see him speak live while he was on his NYC book tour, sat center front row to a packed room of 400 woman (who obviously shared my sentiment about the man) and just enjoyed the ride! After the seminar was over I asked him if he would grant me an interview, to which he replied graciously "my pleasure." We snapped a photo and voila here we are!

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