My absolute favorite part of my work as a personal matchmaker is the initial consultation with a brand new single man or single woman whom I’ve not yet met. To me, this initial dating coaching consultation feels like opening up a birthday present, as I never know what’s really inside until we have this chance […]
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Great question, and it’s a common one, so here’s why…Two big reasons for why it’s a GREAT idea for both single men and single women to schedule a personal consultation with me.
Reason #1. I’ll have the rare chance to really get to know YOU. Your strengths, your unique “elements of appeal”, your vibe, and your […]
To be a matchmaker means to be fearless.
This personal matchmaker is NOT afraid of women.
I actually LOVE coaching and providing personal introductions for my female Clients. I can work effectively with women, even those who are beautiful, successful and super selective, because I have been collecting men here in Los Angeles since 2001.
I know a […]
Why “slow love” is so much sexier than “swiping right.”
Have you ever wondered if you’ve possibly missed opportunities to date someone REALLY great simply because they didn’t dramatically strike your fancy at first glance?
I’m here to tell you … you’ve probably missed out on some wonderful potential partners. And likely, plenty of great people also overlooked you!
I recently read […]
A Matchmaking Miracle Happened Today.
A major triumph occurred today.
Human Spirit won the wrestling match with Fantasy and Instinct.
Here’s what happened. Pay attention, as you and I have this wrestling match every day and there’s a lesson in this story for us all.
Are you paying attention? Oh good!
Here’s the scoop:
My matchmaking client, beautiful, amazing, scrumptious Sarah […]
I can’t manage or control how first dates happen out there in the world, when two people meet up through friends, an online site or a coffee shop flirtation, but here in our personal matchmaking community, first dates are orchestrated with great care, thought, attention and love and we do insist that things be done… […]