Ep. 247: The Dating Advisory Board - Uncensored Jennifer Hecht


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Intro

  • Dating is a business and business is dating
    • Personal and business relationships are not that different
  • Your core non-negotiables, your end goals, your target audience… all of that can be transposed into dating lingo
  • It requires breaking out of your routine.. Dun, dun, dunnn

Time for… Self-Reflection… Yay!

  • Knowledge is power
    • Try to be the subject matter expert in your field
  • Be authentic, be authentic. Have we mentioned you need to be authentic?
    • Just like you know your product inside and out, know yourself that well or even better
  • LinkedIn is not the new Facebook. So don’t treat it like one.
    • You are your brand, professionally and personally
  • Feeling nervous about writing a dating bio?
    • Ask your friends for their opinions. Don’t forget to have some fun with it!
  • Girls want personality
    • So show it. Flaunt it. Don’t be shy…

Closing Lines

  • Ask yourself: What do you suck at? How are you making your money? Where do you see yourself in the next 90 days?

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