Since the launch of Introverted Alpha, Jones has coached 24 clients.She estimates she spends about 50 hours a week on her business."You wouldn't expect to be a CEO in five seconds," Rachel points out. "Treat Facebook like an online dating profile," says Rachel. If a guy sees a bad photo of you on Facebook or weird things on your profile, he may not give you a chance." Rachel suggests crafting the image you want to project on Facebook.
If you have a strategic organized plan, something will come through faster." So, uh, what should this plan be? There's no stigma about dating online anymore -- one-fourth of the people who got married last year met online. "Send out a tweet to your friends and tell them that you're having happy hour drinks on Friday at your favorite bar.I had the opportunity to chat with Rachel and get a singles state of the union. The Frisky: Online dating is making me depressed 1. We are officially the instant gratification dating generation. A lot of us are embarrassed to reach out for help when it comes to finding love. "That's like someone saying 'I'm unemployed but too embarrassed to find a job.'" Rachel suggests thinking of all the people in our lives as possible networking opportunities. " Asking a friend, co-worker, family member, or acquaintance where you can meet a great guy is a dead-end question. You can search something like "Singles, New York, film lovers," and find groups that meet in your area. One-third of married people met through introductions by friends.If love doesn't happen instantly, we're out of there. Rachel points out that we are willing to put effort into other things in our lives -- our careers, our friendships, our hobbies, our living space --but we expect our love lives to come effortlessly. We think it seems desperate to admit that we would like to find someone to spend the rest of our lives with. The Frisky: I slept with your husband and here's why 3. When you mention in casual conversation to your "village" that you are looking to meet someone this year, ask "how." That way you are enlisting them in your search. You can even click through the groups and see mini-profiles and pictures of the members. Following that logic, Facebook may be our single most underused resource.Hey, we have personal trainers, therapists, and head hunters. I will definitely be trying out some of this advice.Outsourcing is part of our culture -- yet we feel we can tackle the dating thing on our own. The Frisky: 5 reasons why moving is good for you TM & © 2010 TMV, Inc."The pinnacle is being really well known and winning awards, and I was like, 'I don't really care about that' — what I really cared about was making a difference in peoples' lives.That was way more exciting and appealing to me." So she went out and hired a life coach for 0 a month, who helped her figure out what she wanted to do next. Jones finished training as a life coach in the summer of 2013, and started working in Los Angeles with mentor and coach Adam Gilad.She then moved to San Francisco, and in 2014 she decided she would branch out and start her own company, Introverted Alpha, which helps "smart, introverted men become benevolent badasses and attract women naturally." "When I was working with [Adam], I found that linear, logical men were my very favorite to coach," she says."I realized most of the men in my life have been that way: my dad, my boyfriend, my ex-boyfriend, my brother, and most of my clients are all the engineering types."Most of my clients are very good looking and social, but they have built up all this tension around this one thing, and they don't want to be creepy and weird." "I even made a program called First Touch to First Kiss because my clients loved the ten-step sequence," Jones says."Once everything is broken down in that logical way, the same way their minds work, they can do it.