I already had the secret sauce for finding a mate; all I needed to do was to "practice what I preached."
New York, NY (PRWEB) September 12, 2013
Samantha Daniels, owner of the well-known, high-end Professional Matchmaking company, Samantha’s Table, just got herself hitched… at long last.
Daniels, who is known for her tough love and very direct dating tips, never followed her own advice and as a result, stayed single. She is responsible for over 300 people getting married and thousands getting into long-lasting relationships. However, people always asking her how she was so good at her job, yet had not gotten herself married. Daniels found herself seeming very much like all of her successful single clients; she had everything she wanted except for that one person with whom to share it all.
The irony of her being a single Matchmaker was even the basis for the 2003 NBC TV show, Miss Match. Alicia Silverstone played the main character that was based on Daniels’ life.
Daniels finally decided that she needed to “practice what she preached” and listen to her own dating advice. It was time to start being smart about how she spent her free time, who she chose to date and how she interacted with them. Soon thereafter, she hooked herself a husband.
What did she do to find love? She started following the dating rules that she dished out on a daily basis to all of her clients, such as: no eliminating people because they didn't fit on a stringent checklist, no making excuses about why you are single, no wasting time on people who don’t appreciate you and no turning down invitations because you don’t think you will meet your future spouse and many more.
She also started drawing from all the insider tips that she knew from listening to what men like and don’t like when it comes to dating, all day every day for 13 years. She had the “secret sauce” at her fingertips; now all she had to do was take advantage of it.
Daniels says, “I spent 13 years as a matchmaker helping everyone else find love and get married and I didn’t spend the enough time focusing on myself. I woke up one day and said, I want to get married too, so I took a dating hiatus and came back with a new and ultimately successful dating plan in place.”
Once she had a new outlook, she went on to meet her now husband, Steve Farber. “I was invited out by a friend and I heard my grandmother’s cardinal dating rule echoing in my head: ‘If you get invited, you go, because you never know who you are going to meet.’ So, I went and voila, there was Steve, a successful finance guy, looking very handsome by the bar.”
Daniels goes on to explain that once she saw her future husband, she made herself proactively approach him, flirt with him and she even let him kiss her right there in the bar, all with an effort toward following her own dating advice. The fact that he was a separated dad (something that was never on her dating checklist) didn’t even get in her way.
Now three years later, after a successful courtship, she just tied the knot. She is finally happily married and a single matchmaker no longer. And, she is ready to embark upon her next project, writing her second book, How To Actually Get Married!
For more information on Samantha Daniels, her company, Samantha’s Table or to arrange for an interview with Samantha about her nuptials and/or about her “Secret Sauce” for getting married, please contact MatchmakerSamanthaPR(at)gmail(dot)com or go to http://www.SamanthaDaniels.info
About Samantha Daniels
Samantha Daniels is one of the foremost professional matchmakers in the country. She owns a bicoastal matchmaking service called Samantha's Table. She is ivy league educated, a lawyer by trade and she has an uncanny ability to know who goes well with whom. She has been responsible for over 300 people getting married and thousands of substantial relationships. She is frequently relied upon dating and relationship expert, and is seen regularly on-television, on the radio and in national newspapers and magazines. She was also the inspiration for and a producer on the NBC/Darren Star dramedy, Miss Match starring Alicia Silverstone, the show was based on her life story. She is the author of the book, Matchbook:The Diary of a Modern-Day Matchmaker (Simon & Schuster). She also writes regularly for the Huffington Post, Forbes.com and a host of other publications. She is a Celebrity Curator on Open Sky. For more information, please go to http://www.SamanthaDaniels.info