tips for success from matchmaking clients[VIDEO] Tips for Success from Matchmaking Clients

If You’re Serious About Finding Love, You’ve Got To Do This. THIS will bring you one step closer to finding the one.

Even though there are so many ways to meet people, finding love these days is harder than ever.

  1. Seriously, who has the time to go out to different places on the off chance that you will stumble into the perfect guy?
  2. Honestly, when it comes to dating, it would probably be so much easier to just let someone else take the reigns for a change.

That’s what makes matchmakers so appealing. I don’t know about you, but having someone who can coach you on how you can find the one sounds like a pretty sweet deal.

YourTango Experts – Matchmakers Paul C. Brunson, Peggy Wolman, Jasbina Ahluwalia, Michelle Jacoby, and Marla Martenson talk about how working with a matchmaker can improve your love life.

One of the perks of having a matchmaker is that he or she can open your eyes to different possibilities.

For starters, sometimes you have to put yourself out there and say yes to the type of people that you normally wouldn’t give a shot.

After all, you never know when someone that you didn’t think you would be interested in ends up being the perfect match. And if they aren’t right for you, it’s better to end it so you can make space for the right person to sweep you off of your feet!

Check out the video above to learn about ‘What’s The Best Thing About Hiring A Matchmaker’ – Tips from Clients for Matchmaking Successes

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Paul Carrick Brunson

(00:16): As the top professional matchmakers in this country, you give a lot of advice. What advice would your client give who has been very successful in your process to others thinking about love?

 

Jasbina Ahluwalia

(00:33): Be selective about a few essentials. Limit them in number and then be flexible about everything else to maximize those essentials and finding love.

 

Marla Martenson

(00:47): My clients who are really successful are the ones who say yes and are open to types that they wouldn’t think might be a perfect match. Everybody has this vision in their head of, “This is what I need and want.” It’s better when they’re open to saying, “Let me go out with somebody shorter, older, with no hair or with a job that I didn’t think professionally would fit mine,” and just be open to something different. Get out there and just meet them. Be flexible.

 

Paul Carrick Brunson

(1:12): Bald men are sexy.

 

Peggy Wolman

(1:17): I think my successful clients would say that trying to find love on their own was painful and too challenging. Once they had somebody to advocate for them, to be in their corner and not to feel that there was something wrong with them, they felt empowered and successful. They became as much of their own matchmakers as I was their matchmaker.

 

Michelle Jacoby

(1:48): I think that a lot of people can find relationships, but finding the right relationship, the one that ends up being your last relationship, is not that easy. One of the things I’ve taught my clients is, don’t sweep the red flags under the rug. If there is something in the beginning of a relationship that’s an issue, advocate for yourself. If you tell somebody what you need and they can’t give you what you need, you need to know that up front. Don’t waste six months, a year or five years in the wrong relationship. If you’re with the wrong person, end it so that you can make space in your life for the right person.

 

Paul Carrick Brunson

(2:25): I always say that love comes in unexpected packages. Love comes at unexpected times. If you believe those two things, you will be hopeful from now until eternity. Cheers to all the success that your clients have had and that you’ve had for your clients.

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