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“It’s sexually charged and fun, but it fizzles because this woman is used to specific things, like jetting off to Hawaii.

The boy toy can’t keep up financially.” (You listening, J. )Griffith adds: “The best type of match for a high-end woman is someone at the same financial strata, if not higher.

“They’ve had to adopt certain characteristics to get ahead—aggression, being tough, ball busting—and in the dating world they will carry over more masculine characteristics, and guys don’t want that.

I do a ton of date coaching to play up all strengths: never downplay your smarts or success but dealing those cards in the right fashion, accentuating your femininity.

That sentiment is echoed by Amber Kelleher, head of Kelleher International, who adds: “What’s hard for women is you don’t know if the guy you just met is married or has a stable job. And as these women spend so much time at work, there is a lack of exposure. They go to the gym in the morning—not a great idea to date someone at the gym. ”But with more money comes more problems.“Men are intimidated by high-powered women,” says Kelleher, who has worked with Lady Victoria Hervey and Tia Carrera. Because of the nature of the city itself and working, you have a tougher skin.

If it doesn’t work out, then you have to change schedules or gyms. There’s always an edge.”And as many of the wealthy women are well known, their public persona can stymie the process.“People like Martha Stewart’s reputation precedes them,” Kelleher added.

But the ladies in the top financial tiers have an even bigger problem.

Not only can they not pick up guys in bars for fear of appearing on Page Six, they can’t shop online without knowing that somehow their profile will mysteriously appear on sites like Gawker, which will mock them mercilessly.

I was sitting in his Bel Air home interviewing him and he had some friends over.

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