Evan Marc Katz Free Webinar!

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Hi, as you may know – Evan Marc Katz and I have been locked in headlocks, seemingly forever, over my Circular Dating Tool (which is the foundation of a great deal of my work).

In private talks with him, I’ve explained that Circular Dating is not about “dating” – but is about practicing the Tools with every man, woman and child we encounter.

And yet, there are still things I’ve said – and will continue to say – about NOT getting into the “Girlfriend Trap” that Evan takes intense issue with.

That said, what most people don’t know is that Evan and I’ve been friends from the beginning of BOTH our careers!

Go here to get to the webinar->

We were talking in corridors of interview studios long before the internet even came alive to the relationship world, and while I was out there in one way, Evan was out there in another.

His success mirrors my own – yet it’s totally different, and totally complementary, too – because – well, he’s a MAN!

And, not only is he a man, I’ve never in my life met a more passionate advocate for women.

He coaches clients and students all day long, personally, and has such a track record of success, whenever (and it’s rare!) he offers a free event, I share it with you.

I’ll be listening in on this free webinar coming up, too:

This is what Evan says:

I think we can agree there’s a lot of negativity in the world.

You feel it. I feel it. It’s in the news. It’s on Facebook. It’s in the air.

You’d hope your romantic relationship would provide comfort. Waking up every morning next to your best friend who always makes you feel safe, heard and understood.

Of course, if you’re like most women, that man is nowhere to be found.

What are you faced with instead?

Match, OkCupid, Tinder, social networking, set-ups, Meetups, friends with benefits, sexting, ghosting, liars, players, losers, addicts, bores, perverts, Peter Pans and commitmentphobes.

No wonder you’ve considered giving up on love forever.

Maybe you’ve wondered if something’s wrong with you.

Maybe you’ve wondered if something’s wrong with men.

All you know is that love has brought you more pain than pleasure and you’re finding it harder and harder to keep up your search.

Yet there’s a reason you persevere: nothing is more important than love.

Not your career or your house or your pets or your friends.

In fact, the single greatest predictor of your happiness is whether you’re happily married.


I know it’s hard to put on a happy face when previous relationships have done nothing but disappoint, but that’s exactly why I’m offering you this special gift.

From Rori: Here are the details and call in info:

On Tuesday October 3rd at 5 PM Pacific (8 PM Eastern), Evan is hosting a free webinar called the 3 Reasons You’re Guaranteed to Fall in Love and Live Happily Ever After:

Click Here to register for a space on the webinar->

Here’s more of what Evan will address in the Webinar:

  • The two biggest obstacles you face in dating and how to quickly overcome them.
  • How to instantly identify the #1 fear that’s holding you back from true love.
  • 4 things you must do to cultivate a successful relationship.
  • Why falling in love is as easy as 1-2-3.
  • The inspiring story of three women who finally landed the man of their dreams.
  • An exercise that ensures your future happiness is all but inevitable.

And, of course, the 3 reasons you’re guaranteed to fall in love and live happily ever after.

Here’s the link again->


Check out Evan’s free webinar, learn something powerful, and stick around for his live Q&A at the end, where he’ll answer all your questions.

I love Q & A’s with Evan – he is the most passionate man about women’s love lives I’ve ever heard…and though I may not agree with him 100 percent (it’ll be interesting for you to figure out which parts we may disagree on!) I agree with him 99.99 percent – and as a person, I totally respect and love him. He’s a great friend, a great and honest person, a great dad, and a great husband to his great wife – for real.

Love, Rori




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  1.  #1mary on September 30, 2017 at 5:01 pm

    I’m signed up!


  2.  #2Femininewoman on October 4, 2017 at 11:23 am

    I’d love to see first hand how this guy lives his life

  3.  #3Indigo on October 4, 2017 at 10:54 pm


    I’ve read Evan’s blog on and off for years, and I’ve gained a lot of useful advice and perspective from it. I find his strength is in writing about what makes relationships work. His style is a little opinionated and defensive for me, but to his credit, he owns that, and he talks often about having a wonderfully easygoing wife.

    It’s from him that I learned that relationships which work have a lot to do with personalities which complement each other and don’t rub each other up the wrong way, rather than being about someone who looks good on paper. That relationships should be easy and should be about acceptance. It’s made me look at my relationships and the relationships of people I know completely differently.