“I’d love to be in a relationship, but I don’t have the time to find one. I’m too busy with…” Fill in the blank. Career. School. Children. The reasons are endless.
As elite matchmakers, we often hear this from clients who want to enter the dating world, but don’t see how they can fit that into their busy lives. Their reasons are absolutely valid. In fact, one of the big advantages of our matchmaking service is that we save you time by vetting all our clients, and getting to know them. When we introduce them to you, the goal is to make you feel as though you already know each other.
Still, when we work with clients, we do our best to free them from the “I don’t have time for a relationship” mindset. Because, 9 times out of 10, the real issue isn’t a packed calendar; it’s fear.
- Consider the things you do anyway—and invite someone special to join you.
Ask yourself—are you so busy that you never go out to dinner? Or go to a movie? Or spend at least an occasional day at the beach? Hopefully, the answer is “no.” If the match is solid (and we do our best to ensure that it is), then that person also loves to do many of the same things you like to do. So why not call that person and ask them to join you? You already have a lot in common—and you already have the makings of a great date.
- Even “chores” can turn into dates
If all goes well, it shouldn’t even feel as though you’re “making time” to date. If the attraction is mutual, it should feel natural to want to do things together. Even something mundane, like going grocery shopping, can turn into something fun and special if you do it with someone you just met and really like.
- Keep your mind—and your heart—open
When the sparks are flying and the chemistry is right, it will be easy to make time for that special someone. So, yes, you do have time for a relationship—no matter how busy you are!
When you’re looking for your soulmate, you don’t have to go it alone. Contact us today. Let us be the concierge for your personal life. You’ll spend less time searching for that special someone—and more time meeting fun, interesting, and successful singles.