Radio wright dating
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I purchased Radio's training, worked with him to critique my online dating profile and signed up for his coaching program.
I am sure that many of these men are married, and just fancy "trying their luck".
Why do men - and as I now know - women, think that it is perfectly reasonable to use a Professional site (that is what Linked In is supposed to be) to try to start an affair?
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It is brilliant when it is used properly, and for the purposes of business.
That said, I do get weary of connections (or even non connections via In Mail) contacting me, and asking me "How do I get on the Radio? As I have said on Linked In already, it takes years and years of hard graft to get "On Air", and whilst I am happy to pass on tips to people I know well, Radio has to be a passion, and I cannot help anyone in one message! I used to send detailed replies - particularly to Students asking me about breaking into the World of media, but I never received "Thank you" messages! So, back to the Linked In Personal Messaging facility. I do always (always) think before sending a Message.
Whilst the "Dating site" analogy is one gripe of mine; the Personal Messaging system is a source of irritation, for me, too.Male members on Linked In frequently send me their phone numbers, with the comment "In case you ever want to chat".I stress that I do nothing to solicit these phone numbers!Yet, for some bizarre reason, men think that I want to spend large chunks of my time, chatting to them in Private Messages on Linked In.(I shall write more about the Messaging system on Linked In later in this piece).