What that means is that I’m prone to saying things that are so true and so recognizable that they will make you laugh, in spite of yourself. Seriously. I’ve brought down the house at a ballroom of singles at the Washington DC Hilton, run a series of dating seminars for curious JDaters at Club Med Turks and Caicos, blew the minds of hundreds of dating execs at the iDate Conference in Miami, and rocked it before 500 rowdy Canadians at a TEDx Conference in Newfoundland. I promise you nothing less than my best effort and will prove to you that there is no contradiction between education and entertainment. Oh, and I promise: after I speak at your (conference, seminar, event, church, temple, big mansion on the hill), I will let everyone know that you are truly a visionary.
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Because I’m not just a dating coach. I’m a philosopher. A student of human behavior. A specialist in relationship dynamics. A library of dating, marriage, and fertility statistics. A master storyteller. And humble. Have I mentioned humble?
Honestly, who isn’t my target audience? Doesn’t everyone want more confidence, greater resilience, healthier communication, and stronger relationships? Whether you’re an association for women attorneys who are struggling to have it all or a company trying to inspire employees and delight customers, my unconventional experience and counterintuitive wisdom will surprise and entertain your listeners. As I said above:
Whether you’re investing in your employees’ happiness or trying to create a better corporate culture to impact your customer experience, as a speaker, I encourage you to change your focus from acquisition to
retention. It costs a lot to hire and train employees. It costs a lot to acquire and service new customers. A 5% increase in retention can increase profits by 25 - 95%. By using best relationship principles – of honesty, authenticity, communication and service – you can make your current employees and customers feel loyal to you in a world where loyalty is scarce.
For singles and couples:
According to a famous study by David Blanchflower and Andrew Oswald, a happy marriage is worth $100,000/year, every year, for the rest of your life. So whether you’re a single person hoping to get married or a married person hoping to feel happier, there is no greater investment you can make than in creating and maintaining a healthy home life.
Reach out to me. We’ll figure something out. (See? That’s the communication thing!)