The introductory session is via Google Hangout, and the rest of the biweekly sessions are usually by phone for an hour at a time.
All of the sessions are recorded so clients can go back and listen.
Otherwise, I am also a bit curious as to what other types of changes will take place throughout the rest of 2017.
I’m expecting that there will be a bigger migration to dating apps (rather than online dating websites), which is something I will have to adjust to a bit.
"Most of my clients are very good looking and social, but they have built up all this tension around this one thing, and they don't want to be creepy and weird." "I even made a program called First Touch to First Kiss because my clients loved the ten-step sequence," Jones says.
"Once everything is broken down in that logical way, the same way their minds work, they can do it.
She then moved to San Francisco, and in 2014 she decided she would branch out and start her own company, Introverted Alpha, which helps "smart, introverted men become benevolent badasses and attract women naturally." "When I was working with [Adam], I found that linear, logical men were my very favorite to coach," she says.
Well, I’m originally from California, but as an online dating consultant I have been able to do a lot of moving around over the past few years – New York to Barcelona, to Hong Kong, to the Netherlands, and finally to Germany (which is where I am now).
This is where the meat of my work is, but I also provide account management services for busy professionals, general advice sessions, username ideas, photo selections, and basically anything else related to improving one’s online dating experience.
So far in 2017, how have you seen the online dating industry change and evolve?
"I feel so relieved and happy to have found this," she says.
"I feel so happy — like giddily happy — that I get to work with the men that I do." For people who want to create their own coaching careers, Jones has some advice: First, get confident in your ability to help people, because if you're not, you're always going to feel lack of integrity when you're making sales. I think a lot of people who want to do coaching have the spiritual thing going on, but the practical, systematic, structural, pragmatic side takes a lot of work.
What sort of challenges does this bring for someone like yourself?