Your questions, answered!
What in the world am I doing here?
I sent a friend or family member of yours on a blind date with a new friend. They think you’d enjoy getting set up on a blind date with a new friend, too.
How does this blind friend-dating thing of yours work, pray tell?
You and I will jump on a video chat. I’ll ask lots of questions about what makes you tick, what things you enjoy doing, and what window of time for your get-together truly wouldn’t be an imposition (I don’t like to ask folks to say “no” to something else so they can say “yes” to this).
What happens after that?
I’ll give you a jingle when I figure out who I’m setting you up with.
This is for friendship, not romance, right?
That’s right. Though, on occasion, two folks I introduce for friendship will end up becoming a couple. And, of course, that’s delightful.
Wait, do you set up the whole get-together?!
Yes! I take care of all the logistics.
And the get-togethers happen in person?
Do you get potential friends together in groups, too?
I do — If I can assemble a bunch I’m certain will adore one another. Group get-togethers usually take the form of little destination conferences or life-long learner travel excursions.
What are those like?
One destination conference series I love putting on is called “Meddle”.
Below is a video we made about the first one.
What’s the next step?
We’ll connect through my app. The person who sent you my way gave you a download link and a 4-digit code. Once you’ve logged into the app, I’ll reach out and we’ll arrange a time to talk about when, where, how, and, of course, who.
What if I found my way here on my own?
Drat! Unfortunately, since I do this all by myself, I have to be careful to regulate the number of new folks I’m introduced to in any given week. When I have room in the calendar, I ask old folks I’ve introduced to send me new folks.