Investing in Love

19 Jan

Smart people accumulate assets and monitor their financial landscape consistently. Is that you? The big question is: are you prepared to invest in your love life?

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Investing, accumulating assets and monitoring your financial landscape consistently – does that sound familiar? You likely have worked very hard through school and university or the University of Life to get where you are. You’ve invested in your relationships and have a solid network of friends and business associates. You likely invest in a good gym membership or personal training for your health and fitness to stay in good condition to manage your life. Perhaps you invest in attending workshops or conferences to stay ahead of the game. The big question is: are you prepared to invest in your love life?

There are two ways to invest, firstly, time and secondly, a professional matchmaker. The first probably feels more familiar. But the latter may be one that makes you shift in your seat. It’s very likely that you’re thinking that you manage everything else very well. So why would you need to pay to find a relationship? After all, you’re attractive, successful, well educated, well-travelled, and great socially, of course you’re going to find someone.

But privately, are you facing the fact that you have not had a serious relationship for 2 years, 5 years or 10 years or more? You get plenty of attention, but none of it seems to really have any longevity to it. Perhaps the people you meet are not ready to commit or have ‘grass is greener’ syndrome. As with any business transaction, you already know that there may be quick and exciting gains in the short term. But what about the big picture and long term view?

What’s life about if you are doing well but you have no one amazing to share it with? Romantic weekends for one or weekends away with friends isn’t really cutting it. Time to get bearish and do something.

A professional matchmaker is an investment, but invest in the right one and the potential for a successful outcome. Your stock is about to rise quite rapidly as your relationship investment advisor, aka matchmaker, introduces you to emerging markets you were not familiar with.  Experimenting a little by meeting people you may not have considered. Before you know it, and sooner than you think, your relationship portfolio landscape can change rather quickly. Now you’re meeting potential life partners who are in it for the long term, and with an open mind and without pressure are testing the market in a safe and dignified way.

Rest assured that this is an investment that is entirely confidential, incredibly private, and only between you and your matchmaker. This way you know your personal life is in the vault, and your introductions are arranged in great places you both feel comfortable meeting and can have an intelligent conversation without having to shout over the din of people and music. If you want to invest in you and your prospects, then talk to a reputable and experienced Matchmaker now, it will pay dividends now and into the future.

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by Rachel Vida MacLynn

Founder & CEO

Rachel Vida MacLynn is reputed as being a world-leading matchmaking and dating expert. Registered as a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society, Rachel advocates a professional matchmaking approach based on psychological principles and professional consultation. Rachel also sits on the Board of Advisors for the Matchmaking Institute.More by this author