Most people want colleagues to be thinking about their competence, not whether they might want to make out with you.
Plus, while it’s certainly true that many people find romance at work or among work contacts, that doesn’t mean that you should actively try to cultivate it there.
But sometimes, landing in the inbox are flattering flirtations from strangers, vague messages suggesting a drink or clear come-ons.
Many people say Linked In plays a role in the dating game, sometimes to scope out potential suitors or a profile picture.
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Upon seeing me in person for the first time, my dates told me that I look just like my photos.
I went from virtually no interest in my profile, to not being able to keep up with how many wonderful guys were responding to me.If you’re checking out profiles on Linked In looking for your next date, you have a pretty fundamental misunderstanding of what the site is for (and why the people you’re checking out have profiles there).This might seem like something that should go without saying, but I recently did an interview with the New York Post about a new dating app that syncs to the user’s Linked In account.Within a couple weeks of having posted my new photos, I’d met the most amazing man I’ve ever met, and we are dating seriously now.Working with my photographer was a great experience.It’s one thing if an attraction develops naturally with someone you know you in a professional context, but actively seeking out romance in your professional network — without even having anyone particular in mind — is courting problems.