How do you determine the ideal goals to set for a client in search of a long-term relationship?

I don’t.

Meaning, I am not setting goals for you.

I am not going to tell you how many people to date, or when to have sex or not to have sex or if you should date 10 people at once.

You have to tell me your goals. Then, I will tell you what will work to help you reach them.

My goal has been marriage. I have vacillated on this a lot since getting divorced. My God who would ever want to go through that again! Geez, I am surprised I am still alive let alone engaged to someone else.

But then I found my center, cried and yell and met a couple of nice blokes and then it settled on me. I am the marrying kind. I like certainty. I want security. I call it the white picket fence.

I didn’t scream” Please Marry Me” to every guy who passed, but all of my dates fell into two categories: marriage material, not marriage material. For me. Maybe someone else would have married them in a second, but I knew what I wanted.

I dated someone for 4 years that kept flip-flopping between marriage material and not marriage material. Finally, I called it. Then I met someone who was totally in the marriage category. Except he was still married. And didn’t tell me. That revelation quickly moved him to the not marrying material camp.

So that’s a lot of information to tell you that everyone’s goals are super personal and intimate and I cannot set them for you. I can discuss them with you and help you build a personal brand that gets you closer to your goals.

I would love to chat more and you can reach me here or visit me on Facebook and send a private message.

I help clients by using my digital marketing expertise to help guide their online presence – from photos to words, to the overall presentation to actual in-person events.

Thanks for this question. It really helps me to understand where you are at and how I can help.

Coach JJ