Like men, women also value the importance of finding someone who not only matches their search criteria but also possess the ambition, awareness, and emotional connection they desire.
I don’t consider dating apps or online dating sites to be competition.
Everyone needs love, and so there’s a reason why certain people are gonna need people like Nicci Sprouse.
Befriending clients is inevitable for me, especially those I’ve connected.Have online dating services made it tougher to recruit clients or matches? Historically, online dating sites have been a rite of passage—some find success, many don’t.Knowing that, I personally interview and assess everyone I work with, people know they are meeting a legitimate person who is a true potential match for them.I always had an intuitive nature and natural skill set for connecting people, whether it was professional or personal.I found their stories/struggles incredibly compelling. I wanted so badly to help them fall in love…yeah, I’m a hopeless romantic. Many clients that I work with are very successful so being profiled on an online dating site simply won’t work.I personally meet, thoroughly vet, and hand-select each person I work with.There is real value and comfort in knowing that everyone is on the same page in terms of relationship goals, core values, and emotional receptivity—you don’t have that with apps and online sites.With Tinder, Match, Ok Cupid, e Harmony, and others out there offering dating connections at your fingertips—for a minimal cost—traditional matchmaking services like Sprouse’s might appear to aim at a dwindling market. A far less brutal version of Bravo’s Patti, Sprouse is Columbus’s “millionaire matchmaker,” and between Cincinnati and the capital city, she has interviewed more than 500 people in an attempt to match up the busiest successful business professionals.Before moving to Columbus five years ago, I ran a millionaire matchmaking service in Cincinnati.You never want anyone to settle, but do you find some clients are just too picky?Specificity and knowing what you want is key, sure, but do people get in their own way by wanting too many boxes checked off?