Even if they do have the upper hand, it's preferable to be engaged yet slightly aloof.
Everyone likes a little challenge, whether it's leading to the bedroom or the boardroom.
There's the initial wooing period, the honeymoon phase, and, of course, the get-so-comfortable-you-stop-trying phase — not to mention the breakup phase, which can sometimes prove far more disastrous in a professional setting than it can in a personal one.
TL; DR: Networking can be a lot like dating, and here are 6 reasons why: Resist the urge to be starry eyed or risk signaling that your prospect holds all the cards.
While dating may be the initial impetus for these connections, the results often turn out to be unexpected work matches instead of hot booty calls.(Reuters) - As a marriage counselor years ago, Neil Clark Warren saw first-hand how incompatibility led to unhappy matches.So the compatibility factor was key - even in the name - when he co-founded online match-making service e Harmony in 2000.Finding love is not easy, and neither is the increasingly crowded online match-making industry.The market is dominated by Barry Diller’s IAC/Inter Active Corp, owner of as well as other sites for the lovelorn.