Relationships

New Friends Can Lead To New Love! 6 Non-Traditional Ways to Expand Your Circle

Was One Or Both Of You Flirting Or Sending Cues During Their Relationship? JGI/Jamie Grill/Blend Images
The Matchmaking Duo
Aug, 14, 2018 9:09 PM UTC

For some of our busiest single professional clients, it’s almost impossible for them to find time to date more traditionally — like, make time to attend social events or find a seat at a bar or club. Even now “online dating” has become the new go-to way to date, but who has time to sit and swipe for hours a day. Many are busy running their own businesses or practices, entertaining, or even sitting in political seats.

What we hear from these clients, and is a common theme across the board, is that even the first step of dating (connecting with someone new) no longer feels possible or fun!

Where is everyone? Start with more non-traditional ways to meet new people. As we think of some of our coaching clients and how they’ve enlarged their circle, here are a few ways to make some new connections on a personal level and maybe even find The One while you’re at it.

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