WANT TO LEARN HOW TO DATE?: MEET LOVE & RELATIONSHIP COACH KENDRA KORKUS

Imagine we knew how to date and find love? How different would it be when we put ourselves out there to find our soul connection? Kendra Korkus founded her business as a way to help women find the love they deserve and desire. Dive in and learn how I find live with Kendra Korkus!

Boss Up: Tell us about your journey in becoming a Love Coach! 

Kendra Korkus: I started my coaching business back in January 2018, after working with my own Relationship Coach for about 4 years through individual coaching and group masterminds. At that time we were just finishing up a group mastermind where I was feeling more comfortable giving the other women in the group advice on what to do and not to do in a relationship. Based on my own personal experiences like being in a long term relationship and making the decision to end things, to dating a narcissistic guy, to being ghosted, to best dating practices and the knowledge that I learned through my own coach, Leigha Lake, it felt like good timing for me to start my own business and help other women, while Leigha was ready to mentor other coaches. 

Boss Up: How do we attract high-quality men and how does our mindset influence that?

Kendra Korkus: I’m a full believer in the law of attraction, and that we attract people to us, good or bad, based on our energy, where our thoughts are focused, and our belief of what we deserve. Our mindset is something we can practice daily on the type of person we want to attract with thinking about what you want, how you want to feel, and what you don’t want in a relationship.

Boss Up: The questions everyone always asks who should pay on the first date?

Kendra Korkus: The masculine energy partner should pay for the first date. For the women that I work with, 100% of the time, the man should pay.

Boss Up: Are we locking lips on the first date? 

Kendra Korkus: I don’t believe in kissing on the first date. There can always be an exception, but I coach to leave some mystery and him wanting more.

Boss Up: When do we discuss the future of the relationship?

Kendra Korkus: Men and women are on different timelines when it comes to moving the relationship forward. It typically takes a man 3-4 months to decide if he wants to be exclusive and in a relationship, sometimes sooner. Whereas women tend to know much sooner if they want to be in a relationship with a man. If it’s taking him longer than 3-4 months, there is something wrong and a lack of communication happening. In terms of what you want out of a relationship, it’s important to have this conversation if not prior to the meeting, within the first few dates. It’s healthy to have a conversation about whether you are looking for a partner that wants a future, wants to have a family, or not. These are usually dealbreakers for women. If you have a dealbreaker, you want to know right away if the person you’re dating falls in that category.

Boss Up: When is the right time to take the relationship to the next level of intimacy?

Kendra Korkus: Along with kissing on the first date, there are always some exceptions, but my rule of thumb is usually by the 4th or 5th date at the latest, you’ll have an idea if there is a romantic connection and chemistry and can then decide if you’re ready to be more intimate. The most important thing is that you feel comfortable and consider having a conversation with your partner about sex and being exclusive.

Boss Up: What’s next for you?

Kendra Korkus: I love being a Love & Relationship Coach to women all over the world. This continues to be a business that runs alongside a few other businesses I have to help women. Currently, I have space for 4 new individual coaching clients between now and the end of the year. I offer a complimentary 45-minute love guidance session to learn more and see if coaching is a good fit.

Get in touch with Kendra:

Follow her Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kendrakorkuscoaching/

Website: https://kendrakorkus.com/

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