I get asked all the time for team building exercises.
And as most of us know, many are quite lackluster or even worse, uber lame.
Even people raised on a confused diet of Germaine Greer and It might be a more business-minded approach, although that needn’t be a bad thing.
Rachel Mac Lynn, MD, founder of exclusive matchmaking agency, The Vida Consultancy, cut her teeth as a business psychologist and incorporates that ethos into her workings. You need to really define what that goal actually is. Whether it's IRL, online, or mobile, multi-dating is the new normal.
As it turns out, I like to talk – so much, in fact, that I have a tendency to talk people’s ears off.
We command instantaneous communication, real-time news, and 24/7 information, and our dating attitudes now reflect the same warp-speed principles.
It’s no coincidence that so many of our Tinder profiles declare that we’re not looking for a pen pal; we’re looking to get to the point, because we don't have time to waste. With a social-media-enabled world out there offering new matches and distractions, waiting three days, or even 24 hours, to reply to a text is as antiquated as sending a carrier pigeon.
In essence, you leave them wanting to know more from and about one another – aka real deal teambuilding!!
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But, what exactly does that mean for being single in the city?