For a lot of us when we think about matchmaking we think of Patti Stanger on the Millionaire Matchmaker setting up a Silicon Valley CEO or some other equally wealthy and successful older man. In all reality, matchmaking has been around for a very long time and it used to be highly regarded.
Historically, parents would scout potential matches for their children based on traits they thought would be useful for their children when securing a long lasting marriage. They’d base these matches on things like financial reasons or even family background. Matchmakers have always considered what most people seem to
Matchmakers have always considered what most people seem to skim over, that one little nagging question; is this match something that could stand the test of time?
If we’re all honest with ourselves when we pick our own matches we don’t necessarily pay attention to the things we should focus on.
That’s why a matchmaker may sound antiquated or unnecessary but when you’re looking to make a commitment that may last a lifetime it may not be a bad idea to invest in meeting more quality matches. Interested to hear more, contact my team and I at email@example.com or join for free at Cinqe.com/Join