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Conversations with Fabiola Wong

Today we’d like to introduce you to Fabiola Wong.

Fabiola, we appreciate you taking the time to share your story with us today. Where does your story begin?
I knew I wanted to work in “relationships” pretty much right after college. My first job after college was working for a marriage counseling non-profit, which helped couples repair their relationships through communication skills. Coming from a divorced home, I knew the impact of broken marriages on children and families as a whole. After seeing how communication skills could repair and improve relationships, I knew I wanted to help people have loving and lasting relationships. From there, I got certified in Life Coaching and dedicated my practice to focusing on romantic relationships only. Currently, I’ve been working one-on-one with single career-oriented adults to help them date and find love. As part of my coaching offering, my clients have access to the “Hotline” which is my personal phone number where they can reach me six days a week for support when sh*t hits the fan in their love life. For example, when someone they’re interested in is showing mixed signals, they don’t know what to text back, someone ghosted them, they got into a fight with someone… literally anything they need help with. I have a program called “How to Not Suck at Dating” and it’s a 9-week program where I teach my clients how to have confidence in dating and ultimately attract the partner of their dreams. (no gimmicks or pickup lines). Alongside this, I host live workshops teaching dating skills at NeueHouse NY, LA, and Soho Works LA.

Can you talk to us a bit about the challenges and lessons you’ve learned along the way. Looking back would you say it’s been easy or smooth in retrospect?
The road is never smooth… perhaps I was too optimistic going into this because as a relationship coach, I felt very confident in my abilities to help people find and create loving relationships, but when it came to learning how to run a business… I ran into all sorts of challenges. At first, I didn’t know where or how to find clients, so I spent a lot of time on my social media talking about love and relationships. Then I had people reaching out wanting love advice, but I didn’t know how to convert the interest into real clients. I felt like I was giving away my years of training for free because deep down inside, I just wanted to help people and was too afraid to ask for money for it. Eventually, the busier I got, the only way to make time for everyone was to start charging, so ultimately, it worked out, but it’s hard to put a value on something that is intangible like love.

As you know, we’re big fans of you and your work. For our readers who might not be as familiar what can you tell them about what you do?
I help successful and single men and women in their 30’s, living in big cities become the most attractive version of themselves, so they can attract the partner of their dreams, aka their future baby mama’s and daddy’s.

I am most proud of my 9-week course titled, How to Not Suck at Dating, where I focus on the nine most important skills to have to become an attractive partner to your dream person. The goal is to have my clients stop chasing and start attracting.

What sets me apart is The Hotline, an emergency text service available to all clients for when love sh*t hits the fan. For instance, when the person you’re dating is sending mixed messages and you’re feeling anxious about what to say… you can text the Hotline and I’ll respond with what’s going on and what to do about it. If someone just broke up with you or ghosted you and you’re in your feels… you can text the Hotline to express all your frustrations and I’ll help you find closure with the situation, which may or may not include sending a text to your ex. When you’re in a love emergency, you don’t have time to wait until your next weekly session to get help. And sometimes friends or family aren’t available to help you or don’t want to hear about your love problems anymore. The Hotline is like your best friend that never gets tired of hearing about your love problems. So the on-demand love support is what keeps my clients coming back.

So maybe we end on discussing what matters most to you and why?
What matters most to me is that people are able to find love and create happy and lasting relationships with others.

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