People can definitely be too picky and superficial.When this happens, it’s a great opportunity for me to ask questions, dig deeper, and discover why it is they feel the need for specificity.Sure, Columbus could be perceived as a “small town” in the sense that people tend to know each other and run in similar circles.However, I probably have my finger on the pulse of our city’s amazing eligible singles more than most, and I assure you there are no shortages.I always had an intuitive nature and natural skill set for connecting people, whether it was professional or personal.
That, in and of itself, is redefining what it means to be single—not to mention the implications on our economy and society.
Although, I have learned it’s best to leave my dating advice/relationship expert/introduction service owner’s hat at the office each night.
I am a business professional, so I tend to keep my personal life private from my clients.
Typically, once I have a better understanding of them, it’s not that they’re picky; I find that they are repeating patterns or simply have a comfort level with a certain type.
It’s my job to bring this to the surface and push them outside their comfort zone.
You never want anyone to settle, but do you find some clients are just too picky?