Rachel Greenwald is a Harvard MBA who became a dating coach. Greenwald decided to study why some men didn’t call some of her clients back for second dates. Greenwald decided to take a page out of the human resources playbook and began conducting “exit interviews with these men with the permission of her clients.
Surprisingly, these men were open to being honest in response to an unsolicited phone call asking them about their private lives. Greenwald ended up interviewing over one thousand men . According to Greenwald, about 90% of the time her clients guessed incorrectly as to why these men weren’t interested.
After seeing some patterns emerge, Greenwald compiled the top ten reasons she found among her 1000 interviews. Greenwald was surprised that many of these deal breakers were easily fixed things.
Below is a video interview with her promoting her book.
Greenwald did ask her women clients what their top turn-offs were in regards to men. There is a chapter in her book. The top reason? Acting overly “nice”. Please don’t confuse that with being genuinely nice. The other “nice” is likely about being insecure.
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