I can’t lie, I'm pretty great ;) But that's only because I come from an awesome family that is incredibly giving, open-minded, friendly, laid-back, humble, funny, successful, honest, and thoughtful. I learned those traits from them, and picked up many more from my own experiences, making me very confident, healthy, and well-balanced. Since I’ve been very fortunate, I spend half my time enjoying myself and the other half trying to educate and help others. My main focus is advocating a global socio-engineering project, which is actually a lot more exciting than it sounds! It has taught me amazing things about people and the world. I hope to share them with you, as long as you promise to share interesting things with me as well.
Speaking of which, I hate bragging, but what is the point of this site if not to promote our best qualities? One of mine is intelligence. Sure, most people are in a few areas, but I personally don’t know anyone else like me. I’m not saying that out of ego, just experience (perspective keeps my ego in check). I’ve jokingly been called, “the most interesting man in the world”, and even on occasion, “wise”. It’s only because I’ve studied many different fields like biology, economics, behavior, history, religion, politics, technology, art and pop-culture, etc. If you want to improve the world, first you have to know how it works! Because I love learning about "everything", that makes me pretty adaptive and capable in many important areas including the kitchen, the bedroom, social situations, work, and most other places. I’m also good at communication, which doesn’t just mean talking, but also observing, feeling, and listening. I’m great at relationships too. I prefer long-term over casual, and I’m still friends with all my exes (don’t worry, we don’t talk too often). I have several other notable attributes, but only the right woman gets to discover those.
As for the right woman, I really only have 2 main criteria. Some people have a laundry list of traits they want in a partner, but I find that very closed-minded and limiting. After all, who doesn’t like food, drink, friends, music , travel, games, etc.? Variety is the spice of life, because it is the very nature of it. Most of us share the same types of values and interests, but are separated by silly man-made divisions that keep us from seeing how similar and interdependent we all are. If you agree with that, we're off to a good start.