Hi! I’m Megan Weks,
and I’m a certified dating and relationship coach who helps successful, high-achieving women find lasting love.
Whether you’ve been dating unsuccessfully for years or are just beginning your journey to find love, I’m here to give you the tools you need to streamline the dating process and save you time and unnecessary heartache.
I’ve coached hundreds of women in dating and relationships, and in the last two years alone, I’ve helped 20 women find and marry the man of their dreams. It doesn’t matter if you’re 25 or 75 — I can help you transform your attitude and state-of-mind so that you open the door to lasting love.
Through my YouTube channel, Attract Him TV, and Facebook group, I reach more than 100,000 people, and I’ve been featured in numerous media outlets including Psychology Today, Reader’s Digest, Redbook, Bustle, and more.
Those are my “official” credentials, but the true testament to the results I produce is how I got here and how I was able to create a fairytale love story of my own…
I met and married my husband, Josh, in less than a year. We were engaged after five months of dating and were married four months after that.
Sounds crazy, right? Yeah, I would have thought so too except that I intentionally set out to find the man that I wanted to marry within a year.
But before I get into how I did that, a little backstory:
I was never the type of girl who sat around dreaming about her wedding day, envisioning the gown, the ring, the venue, the flowers.
I was more of a guys’ girl, a tomboy. As a kid, I hung out with my older brother and his friends, and that continued as I got older.
For the 15 years I lived in Manhattan, my best friends were my brother and his fellow Wall Street bankers. My partner in crime was a good-looking finance guy who knew every trick in the book for getting a woman to sleep with him. I saw him date 1,000 women and break all their hearts.
Throughout my 20s, I was happily single and dating tons of men in Manhattan. But all the while, I had the nagging thought in the back of my mind that I had to meet someone by the time I was 30. My brother and his friends frequently talked about how they wouldn’t date a woman over 30, and they brainwashed me into believing that after my 30th birthday, my chances of finding love would be over.
Luckily, they were wrong.
When I hit 30, I actually started having serious relationships. Problem was, I consistently settled for the wrong guys.
See, I thought it was good (great even) to get 80 percent of what I wanted in a man. So what if he wasn’t good looking? He was super smart. Who cares if he had no money and made me pay for everything? He was loving and loyal.
I thought being in a long-term relationship was about making trade-offs. I didn’t believe I could have it all.
After a few years of being in relationships (mostly with guys I didn’t even like!), I found myself single at 34 and on several dating apps and websites.
On the eve of my 35th birthday, I woke up and realized: Holy crap, I’m going to have to put 35 on my online dating profile. That was nightmarish for me. Not only was turning 35 a frightening milestone, but it also made me worry that another five years would go by and I’d find myself 40 and alone. That scared me shitless.
In that moment, I vowed to myself that I would be married within a year but (and this is a BIG but) I wouldn’t settle on anyone who wasn’t 100 percent what I wanted.
After all those years of dating (I had 75 boyfriend to be exact!), I finally realized that I was worth it — I deserved to have everything I wanted, and a man wasn’t worthy of my time unless he had all the qualities I was looking for. I would rather be alone than “settle.”
I knew I had a lot of work to do if I was going to accomplish my goal, but the thought of being alone for another five years spurred me into action.
I started dating like a well-oiled machine and created a system for seeing men that ultimately became my signature “Manfunnel” — the number one tool I teach women to help them find and marry the man they’ve always wanted.
What’s a manfunnel?
What’s a Manfunnel?
The word “funnel” is a common term used in sales, and it refers to the process customers go through before they decide to buy something. If you’re the person selling, you always have a certain number of “leads” in your funnel and it’s usually forecasted that about 20 percent of the leads in your funnel will “close.”
Having a background in business development, I decided to apply what I had learned about sales to my dating life. I knew that if I really wanted to meet and marry my husband within a year, I needed to have several men in my dating funnel.
So, I started going on two to three dates per week. Because I was super busy (at the time, I was a recruiter on Wall Street), I sometimes went on two dates per night (I know, it sounds a little nuts, but it was a huge time-saver!).
Even when I met someone I liked (and had second and third dates with people), I kept going on more dates so I could keep adding to my “Manfunnel.” That way, if a guy ghosted or I decided I didn’t like him after all, I still had other options.
In other words, I didn’t put all my eggs in one basket — and neither should you.
I did my best to keep at least three men in my funnel at all times, so I was always actively seeking more options. It was a challenge, but it made the process less personal and more fun — and most importantly, it saved me a lot of heartache.
As time went on, I ended up seriously dating three guys for three months and then I slowly narrowed them down. There were three guys, then two, and then finally one: my now-husband, Josh. (And yes, at times I felt like a contestant on The Bachelorette anxiously waiting to give away my final rose!)
A few months after I became exclusive with Josh, he asked me to marry him, and four months later we were wed at the Sunset Beach Hotel on Shelter Island.
It’s been three years since then, and we’re still happily married.
Now, I’m here to help you do the same. I can help you meet and marry the man of your dreams — even if you have no time or live in a tough market like New York City.
We should work together if…
You’re tired of pounding the pavement and never meeting quality guys
Your relationships never work out and you can’t figure out why
You have a successful career and zero time to invest in dating apps (much less actually going on dates!)
You’re happy in other areas of your life — like your career, friends, family — but dating is the one thing that still mystifies you
You live in a difficult market (like a big city or small town) and you find it impossible to meet people
You’ve recently been through a long-term breakup or divorce and you’re looking to get back into dating