Hate the Player, Don’t Hate the Game… & Find the Woman of Your Dreams in Southern California…
“It goes back to 1965 when I was sitting in my apartment, wondering how to write a song about girls, because I love girls. I mean, everybody loves girls. So I got the notion, and I wrote “California Girls.” -Brian Wilson
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Premier Los Angeles dating coach, and traditional matchmakerMs. Lisa Larkin, a former paralegal, has worked for some of the most prominent matchmaking agencies in Los Angeles.
Nearly a decade ago, Ms. Larkin’s talent and tenacity, positioned her for an overdue opportunity to launch her own matchmaking firm. As a recognized relationship advisor, she was and remains a popular provided support resource for Southern Californian singles seeking romances and relationships.
With confidence and determination Larkin began serving a client base as an independent dating coach and with conviction, demonstrated that cyber-dating although an option, is hard pressed to replace the intuition and insight of a seasoned guru. Indeed, Los Angeles is one of the toughest dating markets in the Western Hemisphere, and the mobile dating app industry certainly has a place in a social market where accessibility can transcend distance, but dating is more than a number’s game. Larkin suggests that in a sprawling urban center that caters more to career-minded singles than the family-oriented and domestically inclined, she really has to be on her toes to navigate a demographic of people with multiple priorities and limited
Larkin is continually rebranding and integrating concepts and technology that may be trending, yet ultimately fleeting or here to stay. Regardless, she has to benimble and vigilant and in many ways her job is a life style. Her adjunct website for matchmaking is www.highlineintroductions.com and her Twitter handle is @matchmaker4love. If you have questions feel free to call Lisa at (310) 306-7975.
In 2017, Lisa recruited Dr. Jordan Carlton Schaul a friend and burgeoning dating journalist to join her for a new opportunity, which was timely for both of them, as well as the single residents of LA. Her objectives were two-fold. Update her brand and bring a fresh perspective on dating to LA metropolitan ares
Best known as a natural historian and exotic/ domestic animal trainer, the former zoo curator who contributed regularly to National Geographic’s editorial news publication, was particularly candid about his interest in popular culture and celebrity influencers. In fact, he said he used to read People magazine before National Geographic.
While interviewing public figures, he found it interesting that so many were single and looking and some had even signed up to on mobile dating apps. LA is tough place to date eve for the rich and famous.
Jordan provided some PR needs for acclaimed freelance journalist and author Jon Birger and for former Google executive and CEO of the exclusive mobile dating app. The League through his publicity firm (http://www.bicoastalreputationmanagement.com).
As a professional writer and journalist, including dating and relationship contributions, Dr. Schaul published these dating
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