My passion is playing Cupid! What better feeling is there than to find someone their soul mate?

I own a boutique service for professional singles. My clientele are busy, successful men seeking a relationship with a sweet, drama free playful,  beautiful, physically fit woman to add to their lives. They are men who would like to meet someone special but have too little time or are unsatisfied with other venues of meeting women. They want the utmost discretion and personalized service. My clients have no trouble meeting women, however they know that to meet exceptional and unique women takes a little extra work.

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            Are you looking for love, hoping to find a special someone with whom you can live happily ever after? Some of us get lucky and our fairy godmother drops Mr. Right on our doorstep (right!). But, for the majority of women out there it takes much trial and error find a compatible prince!

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Sometimes people expect me to be a magician instead of a matchmaker. From my book, Excuse Me, Your Soul Mate Is Waiting here is some work that you can do to ensure that you are successful in connecting and making a lasting, healthy relationship with your new life partner.

How Attractive of a Soul Mate Are You?

When we are dating, most of us have a mental “checklist” in our heads about what qualities we want to see in the other person. For example, maybe you’re tired of struggling to support yourself, so you want someone with a successful career so that you can quit your dead-end job and pursue your life’s dream of designing your own jewelry. Or perhaps you are very health oriented, so it’s important to you to be with someone who works out, watches her diet and is in good shape. It’s imperative to know what you’re looking for in a potential mate. But at the same time as you’re assessing others for the qualities you desire, the people that you come into contact with are assessing you to see what you “bring to the table”! Have you considered what YOU might have to offer a potential partner? We all have our strengths and weaknesses. And, sure, in a perfect world, our partner would accept us exactly as we are. But that’s not the way it is. If you want to “up your chances” of finding a partner, you need to take a realistic look at yourself in order to enhance your strengths and minimize your weaknesses. Self-analysis and self-improvement are important tools for making yourself more attractive in others’ eyes and hearts.

For example, I have worked with many single women who believe that they are “entitled” to a free ride just because they are attractive. But they are not asking what they can give. I actually had a woman e-mail me two pages of her requirements in a man, which included, for instance: “My preference would be to live in Beverly Hills or Malibu, or have a place in both areas. I would love to travel, although my idea of roughing it is staying at the Four Seasons rather than the Peninsula or the Mandarin Oriental. My idea of camping is no blow drier. I prefer to work at my relationship rather than at a job. I love to travel, and I enjoy flying private, but I am okay with first or business class. Coach won’t suffice in air travel or handbags.” That was just a snippet . . . there was much more of the same. I was not surprised that she was never married at age forty with an attitude like that!

Another gal e-mailed me her feedback after a date and said, “He seemed a little boring to me. I like guys with lots of money who like to go around spending it. Scott would bore me really fast.” That gal went on hold for a while, then about six months later, she e-mailed me and wrote, “I think I will actually renew my membership. I want to change my profile slightly. Can you set me up with the absolutely richest guys you’ve got who want to spoil me rotten and do something exciting, even on the first date? That’s all. I don’t care where they live. I prefer to travel, but if they are local that’s fine. Let me know who you’ve got!” Wow! I had to sit at my desk for a few minutes and just digest that one.

Then there was the woman who told me on a feedback form that she would not see a guy again because “I started thinking how time-consuming it would be to keep going out with him over and over, and I just can’t take that much time away from writing and music. I tend to date guys who can help me somehow, whether with connections, financing, creative help or whatever.” Whoa! Now, don’t get me wrong, it’s fine to want a man who is successful and has a nice lifestyle. I myself wouldn’t poo-poo living in a mansion or traveling the world first class, but a man wants to be wanted for who he is, not what he has.

Highlighting Your Strengths

Of course, I don’t mean to suggest that if you’ve had a string of bad luck in dating that you must be driving dates away with your lousy personality. Usually, incompatibility is a two-way street! Every relationship is different. Judging your own attractiveness to the opposite sex (and I am not just talking physical attractiveness here) can be an uncomfortable exercise. If you think about your strengths, you may feel like you’re bragging about yourself or being conceited. On the other hand, if you consider your faults, it’s tough to admit to yourself that you might be able to do things a little better.
First, take a good hard look at what “positives” you bring to the table. Ask yourself the questions below, which might help you to come up with your strengths. You might even want to go beyond this list to come up with some “plusses” of your own! Answer these questions with a “yes” or “no.”

  • ______ Am I open and ready for a new relationship?
  • ______ Am I fun to be with?
  • ______ Am I open to new experiences?
  • ______ Am I a good conversationalist and keep up with current events?
  • ______ Do I keep myself in good shape and looking good for my age?
  • ______ Am I a good listener?
  • ______ Am I happy with my career?
  • ______ Am I financially secure?
  • ______ Do I have good friends?
  • ______ Am I generous with my time?
  • ______ Am I appreciative of what others do for me?
  • ______ Am I usually positive and in a good mood?

Pinpointing Your Weaknesses

Now let’s do the same thing for your “minuses.” Ask yourself the following questions:

  • ______ Do I have a bad temper?
  • ______ Am I overly concerned with what others think?
  • ______ Do I monopolize conversations?
  • ______ Do I have an updated appearance?
  • ______ Am I unhappy in my career?
  • ______ Am I overly critical of others’ performance?
  • ______ Am I impatient?
  • ______ Do I engage in a lot of negative talk or gossip?
  • ______ Am I bitter about a previous relationship?
  • ______ Am I stuck in my ways and not willing to experience new things?
  • ______ Am I rigid in my opinions and critical of others’ views?
  • ______ Am I overly sensitive to comments about myself?

The Journey to Self-Improvement

Now think about the things that really stood out in your mind when you read through the questions above. Did you seriously think about each question and make an honest assessment of yourself? First of all, if you had quite a few items on your “strengths” list, then congratulations! Remember to show off these wonderful qualities when you’re out with someone. But would you be surprised to hear me congratulate you if you had a lot of items on your “weakness” list? I want to commend you for admitting to yourself that you need improvement! If you had nothing to put on the “negative” side, then I doubt you really looked at yourself realistically. After all, none of us is perfect. So, ideally, you should have a fair amount of items on the positive and negative side that will give you feedback on how to make your future dates more likely to lead to long-term relationships. If you have self-esteem issues, you may have difficulty getting into a relationship, or at least a healthy one. If you exude self-confidence (but not overconfidence), you will attract the same high-quality people back to you.

Now I encourage you to use the questions below to identify your specific strengths and weaknesses. Then for each one explain how you’ll deal with it. For example, if you list, “I have a nice body” as a strength, then you might want to “buy clothes that enhance my figure” to play up this strength. And if you list “I have a dead-end job” as a weakness, you might want to “make an appointment with a career counselor” as your action step to deal with this weakness.

Now, it’s your turn:

My strengths How I’ll enhance this strength

    • __________________ __________________________
    • __________________ __________________________
    • _________________ __________________________
    • _________________ __________________________

My weaknesses How I’ll overcome this weakness

  • _________________ _____________________________
  • _________________ _____________________________
  • _________________ _____________________________

The goal is always to strive to know and understand yourself. So, don’t be afraid to ask for help of you find yourself doubting your ability to change. Take a class; seek counseling; ask a friend for guidance. Do whatever it takes to accentuate the “positives,” deal with the “negatives,” and make you fell good about yourself! You’ll be amazed to find out that when you put your best self out in the world, you will draw the best people back to YOU.

How We See Ourselves

How do you see yourself? Have you ever thought about it? Whether we realize it or not, we are constantly making judgments about ourselves. It could be that you think you need to lose a few pounds, you have too many wrinkles, you aren’t smart enough, your credit card debt should be paid off by now, you aren’t in the social circle that you would like to be in, and it goes on and on. You know what your problems, challenges, and weak spots are, but others generally do not.

Of course, what other people think about you doesn’t really matter. What counts is the mindset you create about yourself. I can set my mind and my energy to believe and feel that I am worthy. I can also use it to affirm that I am successful, I am in a loving relationship with my soul mate; I am creative; I am financially abundant; I am working in a career that I love, etc. So why not accept this invitation to see yourself as all of those things since the universe sees you as all of those things already? Know that you are a perfect creation on this planet and have a right to be here. You have a right to love, abundance, happiness, success, peace, and more. You are worthy of living happily ever after with your soul mate just like in the fairy tales. I want you to visualize it and feeeel these things as true until your lips tingle! Feel your way into a fabulous relationship. Feel like you already have everything that you desire and deserve. Have no doubts!

Love, MarlaXOXO

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