Which Do You Prefer?
Are you the type of person who falls for charm and charisma and lives to regret it? Those charismatic charmers are often called scammers. I have a relative who is very, very charismatic, however once he’s “got” you he’s like a snake and will bite you the minute you are off guard. Yes, they are wonderful to chat with but beware of doing business with them or getting romantically involved.
When you are doing business and making a financial investment whether it be with a financial advisor or a personal Matchmaker, is it more important to you that they have a “good bedside manner” even if they are not trustworthy? There are many business owners like that in all categories of business who have left a trail of very pissed off people behind them. In the long run the truth is the most important component regardless of the type of business. Charisma only goes so far and in the long run cannot hide that you’ve been “taken”.
So, my personal preference is honesty, however that is delivered. Preferably if it is delivered with tact, that would be the best scenario, but the two aren’t always compatible. The recipient of the truth may not take it well no matter how it’s delivered if they don’t like the information. After 33 years of working closely with various personality types I know “you can’t please all the people all the time”. But I’d rather be known for being direct and honest than someone who is charming but can’t be trusted.
Because of my upbringing back East (although I’ve been in Denver for 40 years) you will notice the directness and perceive the honesty. Believe it or not I have mellowed in the 40 years…you can take the girl out of the east but you can’t completely take the east out of the girl. Most people living in Denver are from other states where they were raised and have brought that upbringing with them. That’s one of the things that makes Denver cosmopolitan and diverse!
Everyone has a choice about how they wish to appear to others. The length of time I’ve been matchmaking in Denver makes me an authority on my clients and how things work in my service. After all, I’ve created Bon Jour Matchmaking based on the structures of other services that I found to be not client friendly. It also gives me insight into what does not work with Denver matchmaking services. I have complete confidence in my approach which may be interpreted as cool or bottom line. My choice has been and will continue to be direct and honest about the service, the clients and myself. That does not appeal to everyone, but I feel if I’m asking you to entrust both with your heart and your investment in Bon Jour Matchmaking Service, you deserve the truth and nothing but the truth. How else can you be successful in this endeavor? We have to be honest with each other. A lack of honesty is often what is missing in dating and that’s why potential relationships fail. I hope to bridge the gaps that can come up, especially early in a relationship.