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For the initial consultation — which comes free of both cost and pressure — Swider asked Christy*, a very cool client who agreed to let me sit in on their meeting, a lot of questions. But, the benefit of having a human asking these questions is that you get a chance to explain that which you cannot communicate by ticking boxes on a list.She hit the basics, like age, height, job, and her version of “So, what brings you in today? When Christy said her hobbies included adventurous activities, Swider responded, “So, you’re doer,” or “You’re more of an explorer, not a vacationer.” The TDR matchmaker functions as a liaison between the algorithms of online dating and how you articulate what you’re looking for.Even someone like Greg, though, has difficulty meeting women in the city.“I’ve always been no-games when it comes to girls I like. But, that doesn’t really work.” There seems an unwritten rule that when you’re interested in someone, it’s better to pretend you’re not.“What I want to be drawn to isn’t what I’m actually drawn to,” she said, noting she’s had a history of picking guys who are bad for her.In response, Swider pieced it together quite nicely: “You’re looking for someone who’s a guy’s guy on the surface, but underneath he’s got a little more going on.” I was tempted to slow clap. Just because Christy was interested in being set up doesn’t mean the male community would be interested in letting a stranger send them on dates — especially when TDR’s core demographic is people in their 20s and 30s.
You did an awesome job and we were so grateful to be apart of such an awesome day.But, more importantly, her clients ask for someone who’s passionate, honest, “not rude to waiters,” and capable of teaching them something. I need him to know what I’m here for.” When I asked her what made a good matchmaker, she didn’t say anything about knowing a lot of people.