Should you run your love life like a business?

In the book Find a Husband after 35: Using What I Learned at Harvard Business School, author Rachel Greenwald argues that women need to approach dating as they would their career. They need to sell themselves as if they were products and come up with an advertising campaign to get their message across. "You will start to see the problem of finding a husband through the eyes of a marketer: a problem that can be solved with creative solutions...When you've finished this book, you will be able to devise and advertise your personal brand, know how to get out of your rut, be able to create a winning plan to increase the volume of men you meet, conduct an exit interview, and much more," Greenwald writes in the book's introduction.

What do you think? Will a terrific slogan and publicity help you find Mr. Right? Share your opinion or read more of Greenwald's stance here:

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