Tuesday, March 20, 2018

5 Ways to Determine If He’s Really Into You by Matchmaking Duo

As the winter is coming to a close and Spring is near, new things are ready to bloom. As Certified Life/Relationship Coaches and Professional Matchmakers we see new love blossom regularly and many have asked how do I know if he’s really into me? So we decided to share the top 5 things we’ve seen occur consistently from him that indicates he’s excited and open to moving into something more serious. The interesting thing is, even for married women, these are good ways to gauge whether he’s still engaged or falling off a bit and if so, it’s time to spice things up and show him why you were “the one” in the first place, and still are! It’s never too late.

1) He makes it a priority to call as well as text- We know life gets busy for all of us. So just know when he calls this tells us he wants to hear your voice, your thoughts, your tone, etc. He’s making time for you in his day and wants to foster the relationship.

2) He mentions things he loves about you that make you unique- Whether it’s your warm, nurturing and bubbly personality, the ability to have an intellectual conversation then flip it to kick back and watch the game, or your cooking that brings him to his knees, he has found that special combination in you and he lets you know he’s loving it and can’t get enough.

3) You can be transparent and guess what? He’s still there! - How many times have we all shown up on the first few dates with the best representative of ourselves? But as time goes on, you begin to share some of the things you’ve been faced with in life and instead of running for the hills he listens with a compassionate ear. Oh yes, he’s into you and considering how this can really work.

4) He’s showing his sensitive side – Oh yes ladies, men are sensitive too and they will share what’s bothering them with someone. When he starts sharing personal things about himself that make him vulnerable and you’ve handled it delicately, he sees that he can trust you with more. When you’ve formed an emotional bond with him, he has found that safe place with you and that’s something that can potentially last forever.

5) He shows an interest in things you’re into – Whether it’s the agency where you volunteer every 2nd Saturday or the children you mentor, he knows these things are important to you and asks how he can support you. This doesn’t mean he will drop everything he was doing before you two met, but if he’s really into you, he will adopt the things that are closest to the core of who you are.

As Bosses ourselves, we still know there’s nothing better than love. Know that we’re always rooting for you!  Here's to Love!

Learn more about the Matching Making Duo at www.thematchmakingduo.com/
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Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Why Some Women Will Never Be High Achievers by Jacqueline Miller

There are people around us who are living paycheck-to-paycheck. Having to make daily decisions about whether to pay the utility bill or buy medical supplies; whether to save their last few dollars for gas for their "hoopty" or a meal for their family. When I hear someone like that use the term,"I can't afford it," I accept it.

However, there are many more women who regularly sing the "I can't afford it." song. It typically involves purchases that would benefit them long term: the expeditures that fall within the self-enrichment or personal development areas.

Women often find funds for material things, because to some of us these possessions represent affluence. Too often we get caught up on external appearances, while our inner self is crying for help. "The largest room in the world is the room for improvement." We find money for everything and everybody else, however, identifying financial resources to invest in ourselves can be a challenge for some.

Years ago I was guilty of that same limiting behavior. "I can't afford it!" were words that I consistently used when it came to spending on myself. I reached a point when I had to admit that my refusing to spend on me, on things that would make me a better woman, not a better-dressed woman, but a better woman inside and out, was subconsciously linked to my self-worth. No wise person spends money or invests in anyone or thing that they don't see value in, or don't believe will have a return on investment.

Once I realized that I was engaging in this self-defeating behavior and took the necessary steps to stop viewing myself as less than a priority, everything in my life began to change. The Law of Attraction is an amazing concept. The more value and worth I saw in myself and subsequently began investing in myself, the more value, worth and abundance I began to attract.

Here are two things that I implemented to shift my behavior and my mindset to high-achiever status:

Rather than saying that I couldn't afford something, I reviewed my finances, determined whether it was in my NOW budget and if not, I devised a plan to generate the dollars needed to get it. I chose action over acceptance.

I adopted a philosophy of "Maybe not now, but never say never." I may not have it NOW, but I refuse to languish in the NEVER zone, especially if it's something that I want, or more importantly, need for my personal growth. I would put these plans in writing and included a "by when" date to ensure that I remained committed to myself.

If you exist in a puddle of stagnation and excuses, routinely using the "I can’t afford it!" song, then I encourage you to press pause.

Begin to examine why you may be lacking self-worth and what action you’re willing to take to change that mindset. Instead of believing that you can’t afford it, your inner self is likely trying to tell you that you can't afford NOT to invest.

While there are resources that exist to help create a bridge from broken to breakthrough, the transformation of one's mindset must begin within. No one can want better for you, more than you.

To find out more about Jacqueline Miller, visit her at Twitter: @mogulmomdujour

Sunday, March 4, 2018

How Can I Be An Inventor? By Corvet Williams


How can you be an inventor? Easy! Start thinking. Start logging all those subconscious thoughts you had about an idea to the forefront. How many times have you said, ‘If only this could do this or that?’ Or how many times have you thought ‘I wish this had a feature like this?’ That’s all inventing is. It’s really that simple. And how many times have you seen a new product and thought, ‘Why didn’t I think of that? Or ‘Oh my goodness, I had that same idea!’ “Invention is the mother of necessity”-Thorstein Veblen.

I recommend you keep a pad just for ideas handy. Write them down as you think about them and write the date (this can come in handy later). Then you can research if it exists or not. What may surprise you, is that only about 2% of inventions make money. Which means most patented inventions are just that, an invention. There can be a number of reasons why inventions never see the light of day. It could be the inventor gave up on it, maybe they couldn’t find sourcing, maybe it wasn’t profitable, and the list goes on.

Either way, it will be in your best interest to research your ideas. You don’t have to necessarily pay for a patent search just yet. You can use Google patents and the patent office website to search. F.Y.I, patents are not worded the way we use a product; for example, a bottle cap would not be searched as a bottle cap. One way you would search it is cylinder closure for a liquid container. The wording can be very expansive. Patents are a wordplay and you must learn it.

Do not be discouraged if you find an idea like yours. Here are a few reasons why. You still may able to use your idea. Make sure the idea is exactly the same because you can get credit for what’s called an improvement patent. An example of an improvement patent is a cup with a handle. Let’s say a cup exists but it doesn’t have a handle and you add the handle. You won’t get credit for the cup but you will get credit for adding the handle. Now anytime a cup is made with a handle, you share a percentage. Does that make sense?

Anyone can be an inventor and everyone is an inventor. You just have to put your ideas on paper and act on them. Please whatever you do, don’t get emotionally attached. I know your
first idea will be your “baby” but you have to know when to let go and when it’s a green light.

It’s not a determent from your dream just a reality, remember 98% of patents never make it to market. Whatever you do, DO NOT PAY INVENTION COMPANIES. If you would like my guidance as a consultant or for more information contact me at corvet@corvetwilliams.com, join local 

inventor groups, or consult with a patent attorney.

Monday, February 12, 2018

The Impact of #MeToo! By "BOSS Influencer" Tana Session

There is finally a shift happening in the paradigm of leadership across all industries. With the recent departures of powerful male leaders in film, television, radio, government and more, women are coming together and demanding long-overdue respect in the workplace. I have experienced my own #metoo scenarios over the years, and shrugged it off as flirting, “boys being boys”, no big deal or just plain gross! I, too, did not report it at the time for multiple reasons: fear of losing my job, not wanting to have a bad reputation, not wanting to be the topic of office gossip and not wanting to jeopardize my career growth.

Women are coming together like never before. For too long, women and people of color have feared mentoring, supporting, advocating and promoting others who looked like them in the workplace, mainly out of perceived fear of negatively impacting their own career trajectory. This mindset must change in order for true change to happen. There also needs to be more diversity in leadership to help mitigate the likelihood of harassment of any type in the workplace. Diversity in ethnicity, life experience, education, socio-economic background and gender will be required at the top levels of leadership to help reduce ongoing workplace harassment.

Men must realize workplace harassment can result in performance issues, absenteeism, change in behavior and low self-esteem of their female counterparts. Most women will not report harassment for multiple reasons of fear, much like my own listed above. However, the current climate is now supportive of women coming forward and sharing their stories and filing complaints against the male leaders who harassed them, regardless of how much time has passed since the incident occurred. They are no longer being judged or questioned about their intent for filing complaints. Human Resources departments are stepping up their efforts to address these complaints in a timelier manner, and acting quickly to address the behavior with the accused. Zero tolerance policies are finally being enforced with the dismissal of some of the highest-ranking male leaders of our time.

By not telling our stories and not reporting these incidents, we continue to give the harassment power over us. Tell a supervisor, Human Resources representative, your husband, brother, family member or closest ally. Women should no longer fear coming forward when they know they have been disrespected or harassed in the workplace. We already have to deal with this behavior when we walk in our neighborhoods, ride public transportation and go out with girlfriends to crowded bars or nightclubs. We should not have to deal with or accept this type behavior in our place of employment. We are just trying to make a decent living to take care of ourselves and or families, just like our male counterparts. Just imagine how these stories would end if the roles were reversed.

To find out more about Tana Session, visit her at:
Instagram: @tanamsession

Why Your Obsession for Information is Holding You Back! by Tamara Garrison-Thomas


Tamara Garrison-Thomas is a Beauty Boss & Online Start-Up Strategist specializing in helping women over 30 start, plan and execute their online business. If you need help getting focused, setting up your online business and developing an execution plan, subscribe to her site and find out more information on her one-on-one business setup tutorial sessions.
Do you have too many “free” or “paid” webinars collecting virtual dust in your inbox? Do you find yourself signing up for the next free webinar or buying the next great webinar hoping it will finally give you the answers you have been looking for?
Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure you’re gaining knowledge but you’re still not sure how to exactly apply these concepts and tools to your business. You’re getting antsy and frustrated because your business idea is slipping away more and more as time fades away from you.
It’s time to conquer your obsession with information!  Setting up a business is hard enough. Don’t make it even harder on yourself by focusing on the wrong things. Here is why you should stop watching and start doing:
1.You’re not sure what you need- One of the reasons why you keep signing up for every webinar ad you see is because you’re not very clear on what you need to focus on. Come up with a plan of what needs to get done and focus on one action item at a time and give yourself deadlines. This will help you move along a lot faster.
2.You’re getting overloaded- Too much information can be too much! When you are getting information from different people with different opinions and sales pitches that can be very overwhelming. It’s best to stick to someone you like and follow their business philosophy.
3. You’re losing time that should be spent working on your business – Think about it…the more time you spend on signing up, watching and taking notes, the more time you are losing setting up, making calls, creating posts and focusing on your business. Stop losing this time. If you just NEED the training, delegate a day during the week that you will use to catch up on webinars. All the other days should be used for productive work!
Fancy named webinars and concepts are not going to get you closer to starting your business. But DOING something will. Make this your goal this week!

To find out more about Tamara Garrison-Thomas, visit her at:
Instagram: @maneelementz

The Business of Balancing, Begins Within! by Dr. Jacquie Hood Martin, PhD

Life, business and the entire balancing act can become strained when we stop paying attention to what matters. We pay attention to the details of soap operas, television dramas, the news, and even the foolishness that occurs in the communities around us. However, when we focus on what is happening in our own lives, we can see our way through and toward the breakthroughs we seek. When individuals pay closer attention to the happenings in their own lives, they open a new path to thinking, reflecting, and responding. As this happens we tune in to what we need to accomplish the most, what we worry about the most, and what we desire to attain and acquire the most.

All of these levels of attainment can bring about worrisome behavior. However,  its not uncommon to worry. But, what is bothersome is that few ever put their hand and heart to the plow to work out what needs to be hammered out to deal with the behavior and find balance. Why? Because it hurts, its painful, its detailed-oriented, it pushes us to deal with areas of personal and professional conflict that we would just rather not deal with at all!

As you grow in your understanding of self and your place in the grand scheme of life, consider the following tips to help you create balance:

1. Awareness – As much as we dislike seeing with open eyes, the only way we can truly know what effects us, why we are bothered by certain things, and how to overcome them, is to be aware of what makes us tick, as well as, fly off the handle. You must get control of your triggers related to your personal revealed and un-healed experiences.

2. Acceptance – One of the tools to put in your toolbox is that you must accept all of your past. You may not like it, but it is part of what makes you unique. It is also the quality that gives you the strength to heal and move forward in a positive and productive manner.

3. Accountable – I am by nature a control freak! I am learning to deal with my triggers by having people who will hold me accountable to doing too much. During the course of my healing and revealing experiences, I discovered the need to have people around me to whom I could be accountable. God has tamed the beast in me and has strategically placed people in my life who help me keep it in check. Who is helping you with your triggers?

4. Appreciation – A healthy appreciation, for who I am flaws and all, gives me the balance needed to see my situations from a realistic perspective. You must learn to appreciate yourself, feel worthy of love, and let some happy in your life. When you treat yourself well, you demand the same from others.

5. Ascend – All of the qualities you need to excel are within you. As you heal, which comes from the removal of drama and addressing your concerns about what you learn, then you will see clearly how to press on. Learning to press forward will cause you to rise to all occasions.

There are many things in life which will happen, that are beyond our control. And, having the requisite skill set and coping ability will help maintain a sense of reasonableness when dealing with the unforeseen. As we grow in our roles as moms, daughters, spouses, bosses...we must be open to avenues that can propel us rather than hinder us. We must be equally willing to give ourselves permission to grow into our true self. A self that will emerge when are able to balance. And, we also must be willing to make a change. Yet, we all know how some of us react to sudden and quick change! Be gentle with yourself. Be patient with yourself. Be good to yourself!

To find out more about Dr. Jacquie Hood Martin, visit her at:
Instagram: @jhoodmartin

Saturday, February 10, 2018

High-Achieving Women: Effective Salary Negotiation Skills Are Not Optional by Jacqueline Miller

Despite being educated, experienced and often overqualified, my late husband rarely asked for or negotiated compensation for which he was deserving.

He was a great man, passionate about his career, but like so many others, he grew content with receiving salary increases that by employment market standards, were average at best. He believed his performance would speak for itself and that he would ultimately receive his "just due,"  As a general practice, this is often thought to be the mindset of women in business, not men.

It took several years of disappointing annual salary reviews before he realized that the “squeaky wheel does, in fact, gets the oil.” He eventually welcomed my often-offered, never-accepted advice and applied the negotiating skills and knowledge that I was more than willing to provide.

15+ years of human resources executive experience afforded me not only the knowledge of assisting others in this arena but applying it in my own career negotiations.

He subsequently successfully marketed himself, sought new and challenging employment opportunities and together we negotiated the most lucrative compensation package of his career.

Sadly, he died suddenly one year later and didn’t enjoy the full experience of reaping the rewards of what was long overdue, or fully demonstrating why he was more than worthy of them.

Words of wisdom: Don’t let that happen to you. One way women can become more proactive in closing the gender wage gap is by learning strategies to better negotiate for equal pay. It behooves all high-achieving women to become empowered to advocate for themselves when it comes to salary, benefits, and promotions.

1. Ask for what you expect and what you are worthy of now vs. later.

2. Possess and regularly updateyour list of measurable contributions and accomplishments. Be prepared to present them during the negotiation process.

3. Know your worth, whether you are an entrepreneur or employed by someone else.

4. Stop undervaluing and discounting your worth and your services (do your research) and certainly stop leaving money on the table.

5. Negotiate confidently and efficiently to garner the most favorable results. Work with a professional in the area of salary negotiations if this is not one of your areas of strength.

Do these things (and more, if necessary) not just for you, but to create generational wealth for your loved ones. Settling for mediocre, rather than mastering the art of salary negotiation when you are leading with excellence should not be an option.

Lastly, resist the temptation to procrastinate. As I have witnessed firsthand, tomorrow is not guaranteed, nor promised to anyone.

To find out more about Jacqueline Miller, visit her at Twitter: @mogulmomdujour

Friday, February 9, 2018

Why Wait for Happiness? By "BOSS Influencer" Yvette Gavin


Most of us believe in happiness or at least in the theory of its overflowing joy and ever-filling peace in our lives. If we’re not experiencing happiness in the present, we like to think that it’s waiting on us somewhere in the future. If we could just make it to retirement or into the new year, happiness will meet us there. If we could land a higher paying job, if we had a better boss, if we could drop the weight, or if we were married; happiness would be possible.  

For too many people, happiness is possible … if only. In one of my recent Career Masterminds a participant said, “I can’t be happy when I’m working for a jerk.” That statement alone got me thinking about the countless times I’ve heard others align their level of happiness with current circumstances. Why do we allow our circumstances to determine our happiness as if our lives were a mathematical if/ then equation?

It was Anne Frank who said, “We all live with the objective of being happy; our lives are all different and yet the same.” Our definition of happy is most likely to be all different too; nevertheless, I like using the dictionary’s description of happy which is---the feeling or showing pleasure or contentment.

In his book, Happier, Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar said, “We can experience sadness at times and still enjoy overall happiness.” Happiness, I believe, is not something experienced in the absence of challenging times but something we experience in spite of difficult times. It’s the smile that causes your cheeks to rise when your heart is filled with peace that surpasses understanding or is contrary to your reality. Happiness is that sense of divine adventure that pulsates in your soul, even while working for a jerk or sitting in a square, blue cubicle doing work that’ s nowhere near what you desire to be doing. 

Being a person of faith, I believe that there will always be attempts to steal, kill, and destroy my happiness but I choose to focus on the fact that I can and should live life to its fullness … not waiting for life’s “if” to be happy. When you wait on happiness by looking at if and when life changes, you put your life in the hands of others. This, I believe, is a trick to keep you focused on what’s wrong in life so that you become blind to what is good in your life. Instead of waiting on if to happen to find happiness, make a decision to live a life of fullness today. Dr. Ben-Shahar says, “you can learn to be happy by opening your heart and mind to happier ideas and you’ll feel more fulfilled, more connected …and yes, Happier.” Here’s a few tips to get you started:

1. Passion – Routinely do things you’re passionate about
2. Quiet Time -Spend time alone with the purpose of listening within. If you’re not sure about your passion, this is a great place to start figuring it out
3. Gratitude Journey – Keeping a record of what you’re thankful and grateful for heals the soul
4. Sleep – Getting rest is essential for good mental health
5. Personal Growth – Invest in your personal growth by prioritizing time to learn and growth

What would you add to this list? Share your thoughts in the comment section below and let’s get happier now!

Yvette Gavin is a certified career and personal growth trainer, speaker, and coach. She's happy about adding value to the lives of others.

To find out more about Yvette Gavin, visit her at:

Instagram: @yvette_gavin

Trust the Process! By "BOSS Influencer" Kimberly Jones


For years I went through a wide range of hardships. I was a teen mother, experienced financial hardships, physical and mental abuse, and a number of other issues were going wrong in my life. At times, I couldn't understand why I was in such a dark place. I couldn't understand why I didn't have all the money I wanted to have. I couldn't understand why I was not in a better relationship like I deserved. As I stand before you today, a proud mother of two, executive of a record label, realtor, and an owner of three businesses, I am a witness that these hardships were only building character for who I was destined to be and to fulfill my purpose.
God does not purposely cause problems for us, however, he does allow things to happen that will push us into our destiny. The situations that we think are distracting us or hurting us, only signify that God is trying to shift us into a new season. At times, God will shake things up in our lives to make us uncomfortable in order to move us out of our comfort zone. We make things harder for ourselves because we fight the change. Many times out of fear, we choose to stay in that comfort zone. Hebrews 11:6 says, “But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him. (KJV)
Your faith is going to be tried. So with that being said, here are some steps that can help you activate your faith and trust the process.
1. You have to make a sound choice not to worry.
You first have to make a conscious effort to trust God. You have to willingly give up and release the situation to God.  By no means will this be easy to do, but the only way to TRUST God will be to genuinely learn how to trust in him.
Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. ” (Philippians 4:6) (NIV)
2.  You need to continuously maintain control over your feelings.
The battle in your mind is how the devil attempts to separate us from God.  This is when you start to have feelings of fear, worry, and anxiety. When you find yourself being anxious or worrying, you have to remain calm. You have to begin to train yourself how to respond or react during these times according to his will. This is how you learn to be obedient to God's word. Seek him first, and ask for direction.

The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds.” 2 Corinthians 10:4” (NIV)

Trusting the process of having faith will definitely be a challenge. Though we may not like it but it is designed to help us break free.  

To find out more about Kimberly Jones, visit her at:
Instagram: @sheboss100

5 Reasons to buy a home in 2018! By "BOSS Influencer" Tammy P. Moore


Tammy Moore” the Diamond Diva” is the only African American shareholder of Diamond Residential Mortgage and owner of Tammy P. Moore & Associates.  She is a licensed mortgage originator in 9 states.  She is a credit repair specialist, conducts seminars and personal coaching sessions to assist her clients with home ownership, credit & financial planning.
If you’ve been on the fence about buying a home vs. renting, you’ve come to the right place.  Start the new year off with a plan to become a homeowner.  Here are a few reasons why you should buy a home in 2018:
  1. Housing Inventory is limited!  A few years ago, there were tons of homes on the market and no buyers, but the tables have turned.  Now there are 10 buyers to 1 home, so negotiations are fierce!  If you see a home you love and can afford jump on it because it won’t last long!

  1. Values are increasing!  As the economy improves home values will increase also, so the home that was priced right for you in the winter time will cost you a few thousand more in the summer months. Don’t let the snow stop you from getting a great deal on your dream home. Act now, your budget will thank you!

  1. Interest rates won’t be low forever! Mortgage rates are scheduled to increase at least 3 times in 2018. They’re predicting the 30-year interest rates may reach 5% by the end of 2018.

  1. Why rent when you can start building equity! If you’re renting, the only return you receive at the end of your lease is your security deposit.  If you purchase a home in 2018 you will start building equity in your home within a years’ time!  Buying a home is like putting money in the bank.  Real Estate is still the best investment around!

  1. You have the freedom of Expression!  We all have our own personal style and you can’t really express that style if your living in someone else’s home.  When you become a home owner you can create your own energy and style!  Make it yours and personalize it to your taste.  If you want to paint the walls pink...go ahead it’s your home! When your friends and family walk in the door of your home it will represent you, not your landlord!
If you’re ready to become a homeowner, call me to get pre-qualified today.  We will walk you through the loan process from contract to closing!  It’s not if you can buy a home…. but when!  I am licensed in 9 states (IL, WI, MI, TX, MO, KY, IN, FL, GA).
Tammy Moore is Division President at Diamond Residential Mortgage, A motivational speaker and Credit and Financial Coach.  In her spare time, she is the Budget Conscious Fashionista, where she teaches Style $ense: How to style your outfit on a budget! Visit her website https://www.tammypmoore.com/iteach-style-sense.html for fashion tips and a look book of outfits.

To find out more about Tammy P. Moore, visit her at: 

Instagram: @tammypmoore

Thursday, February 8, 2018

LOVE OR MONEY? Is a man who makes less money than you off limits? by Matchmaking Duo

In our virtual “Dating Class for Women Of Power, this is such a popular topic that almost always needs to be explored. The goal here is to encourage you to think about how flexible you are when it comes to LOVE OR MONEY? Whether your answer is NO you could never date someone who makes less than you or it’s a resounding YES, here are a few thought-provoking nuggets we’ve uncovered to help you make your decision:
Don’t let the paycheck fool you - A man who makes 6 figures and up, depending on where he lives in the country, his spending habits, expenses, and outlook on money can be more broke than a man who makes $50k, is generous, and knows how to manage his finances. So don’t just stop at the amount you see coming in. It’s more about what happens from there that speaks to how much he has to work with and the amount he can contribute. Just remember the more money he makes, the more bills he has.
Does he have “grindability”? – That’s right, this technically is not a real word. But you get our drift. Have you ever known a man who once had it all; a great job, house, cars, etc. then was suddenly downsized or let go and since the job was his entire identity, he was totally lost? The point here is, whether he makes a lot of money or not as much, it’s so important to assess his ability to bounce back and rebound when unexpected life circumstances come his way. For some men, it doesn’t matter if he’s at his job today or let go tomorrow, he will always make it happen and rise to the top.
What is important to you in a relationship? – For some, it may be that he has the ability to travel the world with you or represent you well with interesting conversations at work functions or maybe just look good in a suit on your arm. For others, having someone who loves you unconditionally, takes the lead, and a God-fearing man who puts family first may be at the top of your list. There is no wrong answer here but see where his salary fits into the equation.
He can still take the lead if you allow him to - If you want a traditional relationship where the man takes the lead (yes some women still do), it’s still possible if you make more money than he does. But it’s all in your posture and whether YOU can allow him the opportunity. Women who have had successful relationships with this model have said that they make it point to give him verbal praise for his contribution and also consider their man’s opinion when they make large purchasing decisions, etc.
Our ultimate goal is to encourage you to have these discussions with yourself first even as you await your new Beau or even if you’re married to someone who makes less to evaluate where you stand and what’s truly important to you. Something to ponder…
We’re Rooting for You…Here’s to LOVE!

Learn more about the Matching Making Duo at www.thematchmakingduo.com/
Follow on Twitter: @MatchmakingDUO