Her courses teach clients to get to know themselves before finding a partner.
“I think my style of date coaching and my approach to it all is quite different from most other people’s because I believe that love is an inside job,” she said. Unless you can love yourself, you’re going to keep on repeating the same mistakes and attracting the wrong partners.” Cynthia said it was her own desperation that forced her to finally wake up and go after her own happiness. The Academy’s courses show students how to do their own inner work before they can form meaningful bonds with others.
“Our clients have consistently praised her personable nature, which is a combination of wit, charm, and intelligence.
Even the most confident and successful individuals have benefited from Cynthia’s coaching.
As a result, she’s taking time to refocus her energy on expanding her written offerings and getting her books into the hands of those who are ready to explore self-reinvention.
“I’m passionate about self-reinvention, personal recycling, and transformation,” she said.
“In the last few years I’ve been doing a lot more life coaching and writing,” she said. I’ve moved away from general date coaching to mindful dating, especially as it pertains to the older woman.” The company offers several packages that help daters turn the tide on their old lives and embrace relationships from a holistic perspective.
Cynthia stands by the maxim, “There are no victims, only volunteers.” After the unexpected death of her husband, Academy client AC shared that she really needed someone like Cynthia to provide her with compassion and hope.
The Short Version: Renowned Author, Relationship Coach, and International Dating Academy CEO Cynthia Spillman believes you have to be proactive when it comes to going after the love you truly desire.
As Cynthia told us, for her clients to find “The One,” they must first turn inward to discover their true selves and what they’re looking for in a life partner.
If there were such a thing as an award for overcoming adversities, Cynthia Spillman would deserve it.
Over the past 30 years, Cynthia has faced hardships — from seeing significant love relationships fade away to the death of her child — that would have left most feeling defeated.