What means matchmaking?

23.09.2018 | Matchmaking

What means matchmaking?

In the digital dating age, there seems to be some a confusion as to why someone would use the "old school" method of finding love. That is why I want to clarify first what "matchmaking" is.
1. a person who arranges relationships and marriages among others, either informally or in certain cultural communities, as a formal occupation.
2. a person or company bringing together the parties together in order to know and establish a relationship based on sincere feelings.
People do not understand what happens behind the scenes at a matchmaking firm, so I will use this opportunity to explain.
Our goal is to make a difference in people's sentimental life, which can be a real challenge. This is a great responsibility that we treat with great earnestness.
Role of a matchmaker:
The process of mathmaking, basically means "recruitment," for love. We spend most of our time answering phone calls and emails from our clients, trying to understand what qualities they want to find in the future partner and make these "matches." Of course we also use our intuition into this process , but for the most part, our task is to ensure that two people are looking for the same things, have similar values, and are both available to meet each other.
We are sincere and devoted to helping our customers find great love. This often means search, review, and comparison for hours to match a potential partner
The heaviest part of the process:
The most difficult part is when people are not really ready for love. I notice that when clients are not ready, they find excuses not to meet the proposed people, or they are locked in the process of knowing. When they meet someone, they often sabotage the meeting and find a reason to make it not  work, which is incredibly frustrating, especially when I spend hours searching and reviewing. It is essential for customers to do their inner work and devote time to healing old wounds. True happiness begins inside and requires a "clean ground" to discover romantic love. Happy customers are by far easier to match!
Satisfaction of being a Matchmaker:
Of course, the most fulfilling part of a matchmaker is to help two people find love! There is no better feeling than when a client wants to start a relationship with someone you set up a meeting with.
Customers need to be open to meet with different people we recommend, even if they do not match exactly the picture they have in mind.
Love can be surprising and shows up in unexpected ways that a matchmaker feels often intuitive. This makes the matchmaker a true professional, the talent to feel what they really want, more than words.
Help your Matchmaker to help you:
Trust is an important component of matchmaking. We develop close personal relationships with our customers so that we can better understand where they come from, where they are now and where they are going. We build relationships with our clients. They must know that they can trust us, knowing their insecurity, dreams and desires. I want our customers to know that we are always looking for them. Even if there were a few days or a few weeks without a phone call, we are constantly looking for matching. We never know when the perfect person will enter the door, so we ask our clients to remain patient with us and the matchmaking process. Patience is a virtue.
Maintaining realistic expectations is also the key to success.
I want our customers to know that unrealistic expectations are the basis of most failures. Nobody is perfect. As matchmaking agents, we aim to discover someone with whom you will find happiness and inner, soul connection. The road to love and commitment is an amazing journey in which we do not know how we get there, but with the right attitude and opening, your person will appear!
Have questions about matchmaking and how could it work for you? Ask our team in the contact section of the site. If you appreciate our knowledge, make sure you find us and watch on Facebook on our Johanna-Matchmaking page. We share daily tips and ideas so that you can make the most of the coming meetings.

With love, Johanna