The next thing I know I'm in Sydney in my jocks getting in bed with a random person." Once they have undressed each other, the participants are prompted to discuss particular topics which flash up on the TV screen."I was nervous; it's like going for a job interview," Jackson said.
He says the movement represents a shift away from traditional coaching and mentoring, where "some wise person” would try and give a business owner all the answers.That’s the skinny from a 2015 Eventbrite survey of more than 1,000 Australians, which reveals 49% met ‘a significant other’ at live events.A further 5% of respondents got engaged and 4% exchanged vows at a live event.Its no secret that Speed Dating has grown rapidly all over the world.Where else can you meet 15 similarly aged singles over the course of a couple of hours?
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