Before you can understand what you’re doing wrong with your love life, you have to know who you are in order to find your match. Identifying what your assets are and how to maximize them is key.
Understanding your lifestyle and how it is working for or against you is the difference between meeting someone great and meeting no one at all.
Uncover who is right for you based on who you are because
who you are is amazing.If
“The program so far has been very fulfilling. When I started, I didn’t know what to expect. I was primarily interested in the matchmaking component, but remained open-minded. Soon after, I realized that I was embarking upon a journey to self-discovery.
…Each week, as I look forward to my next session with Jasmine, I have become more and more confident in her matchmaking process; because not only have I become more clear and have gotten to know myself better, but Jasmine has also taken the time to get to know me…” — Val
Finding your match requires more than a checklist. It requires a commitment to understanding who you are because finding someone compatible requires an in-depth look into YOU.
What's important to me as your matchmaker is your dating story. Your story is key to uncovering the why behind your choices and unlocks the who and how of finding your match.
I have worked with high-profile and successful professional singles for 20 years, and what I have learned along the way is that matching is less of a numbers game as it is about strategy.
Matchmaking clients undergo a discovery period where we discuss your dating preferences, relationship history, and future goals. We also discuss gender and relationship preferences, because inclusivity matters.
I conduct interviews with friends and family for a rounded picture of who you are and analyze this data to uncover what you need for relationship longevity and what you want for compatibility and companionship.
This inward look is essential and leads to more successful matches with individuals who match YOU, instead of using a list with check-boxes that have little to no context.
- Jasmine Diaz
⭐Traditional "coaching" where I teach you how to date
⭐A better way to remain picky (or stick in your bad habits)
⭐An excuse not to put in the work