Season Three

EPISODE 24

Episode 24: Dating and Matchmaking Services Feat. Yolanda Kelly

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There was a time when most people found their perfect match at a Saturday night house party or through the connections of family or friends.

Now, many hopefuls are turning to the internet and apps to find love. Unfortunately, those two Tinder swipes to either side of the screen can send your emotions up and down like a roller coaster.   Maybe matchmaking is the solution?

On this episode, we speak with Yolanda Kelly, a professional matchmaker based in Atlanta, who explains the ins and outs of modern dating, why self love is so important and what it takes to make a love connection.

 

HIGHLIGHTS

During the episode Yolanda:
✔️Explains how matchmaking services can help busy professionals.
✔️Describes differences between what men and women typically desire in a partner.
✔️Identifies the ideal candidates for matchmaking services.
✔️Highlights common complaints matchmakers hear from clients after dates.
✔️Reminds us that human connections are an essential part of the human experience.
✔️Details the process for matchmaking services with Love En Vogue.

 

CONTENT WARNINGS

None

 

GUEST

Yolanda Kelly

 

Bio: Experienced matchmaker Yolanda Kelly has a unique approach to discovering and introducing qualified mates to the growing number of successful black men and women in Atlanta. After successfully raising two children as a single parent, she discovered a deep desire to participate in establishing legacies of Black Excellence. Armed with a personal desire to make a difference, over 20 years as a Registered Nurse, and an ability to manage teams, she set out to help single successful & career driven black men & women change the narrative that they have to sacrifice their ideal vision of Love. Her desire has led her to becoming the founder & CEO of Love En Vogue, a premium match-making company for Black Professionals.

Love En Vogue’s vision is rooted in longevity, creating connections that cultivate healthy relationships both internally and with others, building loving families, and ultimately, restoring the foundation of black communities.

 

RESOURCE

  • The Mastery of Love by don Miguel Ruiz is the book Yolanda mentions

 

NOTE

The information provided on SheConfidential pertaining to your health or wellness, relationships, business/career choices, finances, or any other aspect of your life is not intended to be a substitute for individual consultations, professional advice, diagnosis or treatment rendered by your own provider.

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Episode artwork and video production by Eye AM Media https://www.eyeammedia.com/. Follow on Instagram @eyeammedia


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