Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Interview With Matchmaker Janis Spindel

BDD: What does it take to be matchmaker?

To be a matchmaker, one needs to be extremely attentive to detail, a great communicator, and a impeccable listener. Most importantly you must have a keen sense of people and their needs!

BDD: How can I tell if I need a matchmaker?

People often utilize my services when they start to make a habit of choosing the wrong people for themselves. It’s also common for men and women to seek out the services when they do not have the time to be active in the dating scene. They hire me to do the editing for them!

BDD: How do you help your clients, what’s unique about your approach?

I help my clients in any way that I can. My approach is to give my clients my full attention at all times. I will always be honest, dedicated and relentless throughout the entire process, which results in my outstanding success.

BDD: How would you convince a skeptic to reach out to a matchmaker?

Any skeptic that I’ve come in contact with over the years, spends no more than 5 minutes with me, and their worries and hesitations are gone! They know I’m the real deal!

BDD: Can you give us an example of a success story?

Too many to count! I’ve had 21 years of success, and hundreds of men and women now living happily together!

BDD: Would you ever turn anyone down? Why? Why not?

It’s rare that I do turn down a potential client, but it has happen before. The only reason I would chose to do so, would be because he isn’t realistic with his expectations. I’m not a dating service, I’m a matchmaker, so I refuse to take on anyone that tries to take advantage of my hard work in an unproductive manner.

BDD: What is the most common trouble with which people come to you?

For the most part, I find that a lot of men and women come to me tainted by the dating world. They have this misconception that all of the “good ones” are taken. If that were the case, I wouldn’t still be in business!

BDD: What’s the most valuable piece of advice you can give that applies to all?

As I always say to my clients, you have to treat the dating process like a job. If you are out of a job, what do you do? You get out there and start applying, do whatever you can to get back into the “game!” Treat the single dating scene just the same. Make yourself available, and continue to work towards your goal!

BDD: What is the number one mistake that you people make looking for their match?

The number one mistake people make would be that they start the process with unrealistic expectations.  If one goes into the dating scene with this attitude, the outcome can be frustrating and disheartening.

BDD: What’s your take on online dating?

I fully support online dating and always have. Online dating is simply an additional avenue for meeting people. Recently, I’ve launched my version of an online dating site called 2lovetoday. It’s a unique version of online dating that combines with personal matchmaking. My team is very excited about our new launch, and we’re expecting great success!