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Damona Hoffman “a.k.a. Dear Mrs D” is a dating strategist and writer known for her unconventional strategy of applying personal branding techniques towards dating. She learned a lot of tricks on how to stand out in any crowd which she began teaching to actors in her previous career as a casting director. Now, Damona puts all of these interesting and successful techniques to even better use coaching singles on how to find love. In 2003, Damona became an online dating success story after meeting her husband online. Since then, she has a proven track record of helping other singles do the very same. In addition to scheduling 1-on-1 sessions with individuals, she hosts seminars and mixers on a regular basis that bring diverse daters together. In addition to having written for The Huffington Post, Lavalife and JDate, Damona has appeared on many TV and radio shows to offer dating advice. She is the host of a radio program on UBN Radio and has written the acclaimed book, “Spin Your Web: How to Brand Yourself for Successful Online Dating.” Having begun her career as a casting director and rising through the ranks in television at CBS, Paramount, and NBC, she was ultimately V.P. of Development for the Syfy Channel. Yet it wasn’t until after she met her husband that she took her understanding of personal branding and the art of the pitch and applied it towards helping singles find meaningful relationships. To date, many of her clients have gotten married to someone they met online, others are engaged and many, many others have found that someone special. Damona Hoffman holds a B.S. in Communications from Northwestern University and a Graduate Certificate in Producing from UCLA as well as a certification from Master Coach University. Whether or not you are looking for that someone special, today’s show is JUST FOR YOU!!!
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