Dating the workplace

Just don’t turn your profile into Shakespearian-level prose that in no way reflects who you really are.Here’s a surprise: Some women just look at the pictures!

You may be brilliant, handsome, wealthy and a great humanitarian, but you’re a non-starter without the visuals.

Here’s what I learned: If you’re looking for someone of similar interests and lifestyle, the more specific you can be upfront, the better. What was the last good book your read, or film you saw?

For instance, does “loves sports” mean you’re up for cross-country skiing and white-water rafting, or is it a declaration that every weekend is devoted to channel-surfing the pro and college games? Potential dates skimming your profile are more likely to respond to specifics.

Believe me, it’s a much better strategy than scheduling a coffee date and finding you have little or nothing in common.

If you’re not confident in your writing skills, reach out to a friend or family member for help.

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