Three Day Rule – an interview with Talia Goldstein, CEO

When you think of matchmaking, you probably think of Patti Stanger, but I don’t. Matchmaking is part art, part science, and part alchemy. That’s why I’m honored to interview the CEO of matchmaking service, Three Day Rule, about her business. Talia is a smart, successful, happily married mother who lives her mission to spread love every single day.
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Let’s Generalize About Men

Generalizations are a useful shorthand when trying to make a point; they’re problematic when you take the same broad brush and apply it to every member of a group.
Rachel Bloom of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend on the CW gets this one right.
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It’s our right to get righteously mad.
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It’s our right to get righteously mad. At every member of the opposite sex.
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Let’s generalize about men.
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Want a Happy Life? Follow These 4 Steps in This Order.

Things that should not be controversial:
Some people are more attractive than others.
Some careers are more desirable than others.
Some choices are better than others.
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We’ve all been there. You fall in love. It’s the best feeling in the world. But then, for some reason – timing, money, addiction, infidelity, children, communication, emotional availability – you grow apart and can’t be fixed. What do you do then? Join me on this Love U Podcast where I explore my own heartbreak and teach you 5 ways to bounce back and find love.
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