I quickly leant it’s one thing setting up as a matchmaker and an entirely different thing actually working with clients who are investing, emotionally and financially, in you to find their dream partner.
Lots of trial and error took place in the early days.
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I’m Caroline I’m here to help you become a successful matchmaker by giving you the tools and knowledge needed, as well as sharing a heap load of real life matchmaking experience with you.
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Most of my friends thought I was a little crazy and had been watching too much ‘Millionaire Matchmaker’!
Mutual Attraction was born some months later after serious graft, sweat and tears.I started out as a full time matchmaker in London 5 years ago.I had an idea of what I wanted to do but was completely clueless on how to go about it. I mean, where do you even start when it comes to setting up not just a new business, but a business in matchmaking?I often thought how great it would be to have someone: • With experience in matchmaking who could guide and mentor me • Who could show me the ropes and put me on the fast track to success • To teach me the day to day work of a matchmaker*.
I spent way too much money trying things that didn’t work (it still brings tears to my eyes) and I went around things back to front and inside out.I had to figure out everything on my own and I’m not going to lie, it was a pretty lonely time.