I learned how to do this after a year on EHarmony, Match.com and Tinder. I met good people, looking for knowledge and ready to learn more about thems

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I learned how to do this after a year on EHarmony, Match.com and Tinder.

I met good people, looking for knowledge and ready to learn more about themselves and others.

Mixing the lessons learned from this experience on dating sites with the steps I practice studying improv comedy, I have designed a corporate workshop to teach my audiences how to communicate more powerfully and to get what they want from every space they enter.

At my next Networking Dinner, I'll highlight this work and welcome an impactful guest speaker.

Please join me:

Wednesday, February 11, 2015
6:30 pm
The Society of Illustrators
128 East 63rd Street
Between Lexington and Park Avenues

You will leave this event with the tools to communicate more effectively:

• In the corporate climb
• In the job search
• In the dating world
• In the marriage world

I’ve expanded my awareness in every encounter I have and you can learn what to do too with a few simple steps.

Get answers to questions like:

What do you say?

What do you do when you hear nothing back?

What do you do when you enter a space and realize instantly that you are not interested?

What do you do when you are smitten and want things to go well?

Do you want to know the number one thing I learned?

Sign up (by clicking the link below) and please join me on February 11th!


My special guest is Rachel Moheban-Wachtel of The Relationship Suite.


I met Rachel a few years ago and was immediately drawn to her warmth and unique ability to listen. She is well suited to her work as a relationship therapist and social worker.

Here’s a blurb from her site:

“Rachel Moheban-Wachtel, LCSW gleaned two things from her life and those around her—a curiosity for the way people related to each other and a discovery of the self-healing power of the mind. This inquisitiveness inspired her to pursue a Masters Degree in Social Work from New York University. It was not long before Rachel’s gift for providing humanistic therapy made her one of the most sought after psychotherapists in New York City.”

February is a month we like to talk about LOVE and it is my hope that by attending this event you come away with the ability to communicate what you need from your relationships at home and at work. When the best of you is present in both these spaces you communicate with effortless ease.

Many seats have already been sold and I still keep this group small so please act fast. This will be quite a talk.

Thank you for your support as I kick off the fourth year of Jeanne Stafford’s Networking Dinners!


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