(The Frisky) -- Matchmaker and dating coach Rachel Greenwald is responsible for 750 marriages, and she doesn't believe you will find the love of your life by waiting for him/her to spontaneously appear in line at the grocery store or sit next to you on the subway. Or Never Call Back," just hit bookstores and has some ingenious ideas for us. An important step in working on your love life is letting people know that you're looking. "It's much more sophisticated then it was a few years ago," she says. Her new book, "Have Him at Hello: Confessions from 1,000 Guys About What Makes Them Fall in Love ... So, if you don't already have a rocking online profile ... But Rachel also recommends Twitter as an alternative source. Tell them to bring friends." Rachel's also a big fan of Instead, take a look at what you've been trying and how, and think of ways to do it better. Rachel says that there's no shame in hiring a dating coach.
You may have tried it all, but have you tried it well? "Doing online dating with a bad profile picture or going to a singles event and leaving after you scanned the room once is like looking for a job with a poorly written resume or applying for a sales job [when] you're an accountant," says Rachel. How do we know what we're doing wrong in our dating lives?
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Which also means don't keep them waiting while you're doing your hair and makeup! Thou Shall Break the Text Habit You're not in high school, so stop passing notes. Remember, a woman falls in love between her ears, not her eyes!
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