Dating coach show
It’s not that is a partnership between Condé Nast Entertainment and Facebook, made for Facebook’s recently launched Watch video feed.
(The show itself is not shot in virtual reality.) As you may have guessed from the title, each episode sets up a blind date between two strangers who are wearing HTC Vive headsets, then... If, as many people have suggested, VR is a bit like drugs, then inaugural couple is Shelby, a hedge fund office administrator looking for “someone who can make me laugh.” The second is John, a soccer coach who wants “someone to capitalize on my own happiness, and vice versa, whatever that looks like.” Sorry, I don’t really know what that looks like, either.
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Jones works one on one with her clients, who at this point have all been heterosexual men looking to have relationships with women.
That was way more exciting and appealing to me." So she went out and hired a life coach for 0 a month, who helped her figure out what she wanted to do next. Jones finished training as a life coach in the summer of 2013, and started working in Los Angeles with mentor and coach Adam Gilad.
"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.
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Most women can easily think about multiple things at once, but men usually tend to think of one thing at a time, devoting their energy fully to one task before transitioning to another.
For the first few months, business was slow as she kept her job with Gilad and used her salary to stay afloat.
"I think I made a sale or two in August, and in September I don't know if I had any sales. In October she brought in a few thousand, and November was when things started picking up. "After that, I knew what I did to get to that point and I knew I could repeat it — and I have." She credits her improvement in branding, positioning, and marketing to the book "Convert: The Simple Little Formula That Sold Million Worth of Products & Services Online" by Frank Kern, as well as to her friend Lauren Anderson of Moonshot.us, and to Sethi's course.In the initial complimentary strategy session, she asks them details about their situation and what they want.