Yes! I can do a program such as: the history of matchmaking. I’ve also participated on a Q & A panel or can be available for a weekend shabbaton. I have also done interesting and fun programs like sushi making and dating (yes, I can teach you how to roll sushi and find your soulmate simultaneously!) I’m also available to do teleconferences or webinars. Contact me, we’ll personalize your event and make it a success!
I’ve spoken for the following organizations: Aish International, Chazaq, The Chevra, The Dvash Project, Jewish Learning Experience at Wash U, Meor Temple, Hadassah, synagogues, private events, She’arim College for Jewish Studies in Israel, Tribe 12 and Upstart.
I hope to be personally available to work with you. Additionally, I have trained other mentors through my Coaching Academy. The best person to work with is the one who you connect to. Contact us so we can see who is the best match.
You can’t! However, there are couple of things you can do. First, before speaking with your single friend or relative, please say a little prayer in the merit that they get married. Also pray that when you approach them you say the right words in the right time. Singles who want to be married may be experiencing an amount of pain, so it is important to treat them with sensitivity. Having said that, you can drop my name, give them my book, or share that you know of a dating coach. Then they can be in touch on their own terms. We want to work with those who want to work with a coach. Someone who doesn’t want a coach isn’t qualified to work with us.
Our role is to be your dating coach not your matchmaker. We are here to help you navigate the dating scene. From behind the scenes we will help you choose the right person to date from your network or from suggestions you are reviewing. Also, should you desire a matchmaker, we are happy to help connect you with matchmakers we know.
Bound both by an understanding of confidentiality and by the practice of guarding our tongue, any personal conversation we have will stay between us. The exception to this rule is: if you ask us to advocate on your behalf, we will do that at your request.
Our ideal client is someone between the ages of 20 and 60+ who is single and marriage minded. Ideal clients are growth oriented, personally motivated to become more clear about who they are, what they are looking for, and where/how to find it.
It’s up to you. Our work together is centered around and designed specifically for you. You can continue or stop the process any time you want, but a couple isn’t married until chuppah (wedding ceremony), and there is still a long journey and lots of emotional baggage to deal with until then. We find that our clients who are successful at reaching chuppah do continue to work with us until marriage.
Yes! We have helped many clients get engaged within six months to one year of when we started working together. However, the timeline is divinely inspired therefore we can not give a guarantee.