Last week, we introduced you to the all-important methods one should utilize in the event of becoming a character in a movie who is attempting to get the girl.
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.
Matthew Hussey is a leading Relationship Expert and started coaching in his late teens meeting clients at local Starbucks in London, England. I highly recommend you get the book, get the newsletter and go on one of Matt’s intensive retreats.
As ratings go this hotel is considered a 2 star however depending on what your expectations are, what you expect for what you pay, I find this hotel to offer the basics that were necessary for me. Did a lot of walking, browsing, food tasting, people watching … there was an older man entertaining the children with his African Grey parrot. After I became aware of how much walking I had done in just a couple of hours it was time for a much needed break. A welcome haven to relax with a view of the waterfront and right by the Olympic Sculpture Park and thankfully only a couple of blocks from my car parked at the Market.
Photo: The Seattle Great Wheel is the largest observation wheel on the west coast, standing 175 feet tall. There is so much to see and do in Seattle … this was just a tiny piece of what adventure awaits here. This entry was posted in Mentors - My Superheroes and tagged Days Inn Seattle North, Get The Guy, Matthew Hussey, Pike Place Market, relationship coaching, Seattle Great Wheel, Seattle WA, travel blog. Thanks Constance, yes, I have invited the Get The Guy team to come by and check out my post.
Mark Suster, a two-time entrepreneur turned venture capitalist, is doing a series of posts on his blog about Entrepreneurial DNA. Did I just walk away from the most important opportunity in the early life of my company because I thought it was impossible to grasp? When you see an obstacle in front of you is your initial reaction anything other than to move forward, finding a way through, around, or over the problem? Seemingly every day or week or a young startup’s life the founders are presented with new and unknowable challenges.

The only problem was the application they wanted could easily take 3 months to build and they had given us a week to prove the key tenet of our sales pitch, that using our development tools would significantly reduce the amount of time required to build these applications. The night before I was to leave for Seattle I became aware that it was a holiday long weekend in Canada.
My choice was influenced by price, being close to downtown Seattle, free parking, & WiFi access.
Opened August 17, 1907, and is one of the oldest public farmers’ markets in the United States.
To their delight they held out their hand and the parrot playing dead lay right on top of their outstretched hand totally still. I bought a coffee and peanut butter chocolate square that I relished while sitting outside continuing my people watching and contemplating my drive back home.
So I have shared a link for Lonely Planet things to do & things to discover (above) if you are so inclined to explore further. Mark’s series is going through 11 key attributes that successful entrepreneurs need to have.
In my mind the most critical requirement for any entrepreneur is whether they Get Things Done. In my mind, this should be the rallying cry of every founder as they work through obstacle after obstacle in their quest to start a company. It was a Monday morning, if I recall correctly, and we got a call from a potential customer. It certainly wasn’t polished, but it worked and it proved to them that not only did we really want their business but the underlying tenet of our product, that you could very quickly build telephony applications, was true.
Previously during a livestream video Matt encouraged anyone who bought the book to come and say hello, get a hug and have your book signed. What is also very cool after every couple of chapters or so Matt gives an online link to a video that further speaks about the concept you have just read about. I found myself having to target hotels farther out of downtown Seattle to keep within my budget.
As with all things while travelling and having an adventure eventually it is time to return.
Each gondola seats up to eight people, meaning the wheel can hold over 300 passengers at any given time. I have enjoyed reading the series thus far but I think Mark left out the most important attribute of all.
He admits to having had a fear of public speaking … you would never know that to hear him speak.

He is very focused, coming from the heart and genuinely cares about helping people expand their lives through relationship. This is brilliant, very clever and I just love hearing Matt speak & his British accent. Matt is a powerhouse of energy and engaged us through 5+ hours of so much inspiration and information. Since Matt came into my world via online videos, book and GTG afternoon workshop, I realize that the place to start is with me.
This customer had been evaluating the product but we couldn’t get them over the line in terms of buying. This potential customer wanted to use our tools but they also needed this particular application more. Having the drive to be the best at what ever he set his sights on and to move into fear past his comfort zone.
Real, to the point, no nonsense approach to having a relationship with someone who adores you and keeps it simple. Then just before reaching downtown Seattle I got stuck in a traffic jam on the I5 caused by an accident. So, the customer decided to see if they could get both: Metreos would very quickly build the application using our tools, and the customer would buy both the application and the development platform they wanted. They assume that employeeshave the complete perspective, when in reality the entrepreneur hasn't donea good job really helping everyone have that vision. GTG book has many tips to become aware of, also basic common sense and not only just for getting a relationship but also keeping it when you have it.
The fish market here is famous for their fish throwing which is always a big crowd pleaser and has been in the news countless times.
Helping us to understand each other a bit better as men & women have different ways of perceiving things. Note: you will find that the closer you get to downtown Seattle most hotels charge extra for parking per night and some even has you offsite in another location 1 or 2 blocks away.
The ultimate would have been to stay where the event was being held, right downtown on 5th Avenue, The Red Lion Hotel, but with rooms starting at $250.00 per night I think not… plus parking was extra!
Getting out there, out of my comfort zone, attending more events – meeting more people.

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