It seems like a curiously analog idea in a world rife with dating apps: hiring an old-fashioned, flesh-and-blood matchmaker.
But when you’re a single tech-world millionaire, chances are you need a dating strategy slightly more refined than simply downloading Bumble.
On the first few dates with someone, it’s natural to ask a lot of questions.
One thing Andersen really wants you to avoid, though, is asking ones that you don’t really want turned back on you.
For better or worse, men will not make commitments that aren't required of them. If he really wants you, he will try to get you back; but if he doesn't, remember: during your most eligible years, you are better off being back on the market than tied up in a dead-end relationship.
If he isn't taking things to the next level when you think it is appropriate, break up with him.
This means that your mid- to late-twenties are the years in which you are most likely to attract the highest quality man you can get.