DENVER SINGLES MAKE A GREAT FIRST IMPRESSION

Michele the Matchmaker of  Bon Jour Matchmaking Service in Denver coaches her clients how to make a good first impression.  Not only visually, but also with their actions.  She reminds clients that first impressions stick and people size each other up rapidly while suggesting that they make an effort not to speed critique.

While advising men not to play the “waiting game” to call for the next date, she gently reminds women that this is 2013 and if they are interested they can call too.  With the advantage of seeing both sides of the dating scenario it is clear how things can fall apart immediately just by one side or the other misinterpreting actions or lack of actions.

Many, many, new introductions would have fallen by the wayside had Michele not jumped in to clarify wrong impressions.  People sometimes are not good at showing their interest, I guess they don’t want to look too anxious or don’t know how to display interest, while the other person gives up because they didn’t pick up the “I’m interested” vibe.  So Michele straightens out miscommunications right away giving this delicate new love bud a chance to bloom.

That’s exactly why a professional matchmaker like Michele “the Matchmaker” Fields doesn’t just set up introductions, she facilitates successful relationships! Michele has been Denver’s pemiere matchmaker since 1989.

Published by Michele "the Matchmaker" Fields

I have been a professional Matchmaker for 30 years in Denver, CO. My service, Bon Jour Matchmaking Service, has facilitated 300+ marriages of 600+ Colorado Front Range singles through hand holding, personalized matchmaking. For more information go to https://bonjourms.wordpress.com

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