Are you one of the Singaporeanswho are single because they are "too busy to date"?
If the hectic pace of keeping up with the rat race - perhaps along with your career choice - has kept yousingle despite being ready to mingle, get some tips from relationship coach Andrew Chow. In a RazorTV feature, he gives four tips to get busy professionals relationship-ready.
If you are like Carlos here, get these tips from relationship coach Andrew Chow.
You schedule time for the gym and to catch up with your friends. Why should it be any different for potential partners?
Most people spend 16 hours awake and 10% ofthat in a week would be 10 hours, which is plenty of time to get to know someone.
Looking different is the first step to attracting new sorts of people.
You may have a checklist that consists of a gazillion qualities you want in a partner.
However, Andrew says most people should go for character rather than personality
Personality is what everyone can see on the outside like humour.
Character is the inner goodness that can only be discovered over time like integrity and diligence.
So stop being superficial and start digging deeper!
No one knows when Prince Charming is going to come riding by in his shining armour.
So what you should work on now is becoming Mr or Miss Right first.
Work on being a better person so that when Mr or Ms Right comes knocking on your door,you are ready to be the right person for him or her.
Armed with these tips, busy executives can perhaps have it all.
Good luck, singletons! Remember though: once you have a relationship, do not take your partner for granted. Just as your career needs your time andcommitment to grow and flourish, so does your relationship.
Contributed by : Produced by :Andrew Chow RazorTVRelationship & Life Coach SPHandrew@ideamart.com.sg www.razortv.sg