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Interview with Hayley Quinn

Hayley Quinn is a love and dating expert. She is the founder of HayleyQuinn.com, which offers advice on dating for men and women. Her approach to dating is unique and different, and she doesn’t believe in “rules” when it comes to dating but in personal responsibility. Read her interview and learn more about her and her speaking career.

Why do clients typically hire you to speak?
I am hired to speak at conferences to inspire, motivate and challenge the audience. I love to teach people to look at things through a new perspective and lead them through a humorous, emotional journey of human nature.

How did you begin your speaking career?
I began as a nervous warm up speaker at other life coach’s events about 5 years ago! Since then I’ve been lucky enough to be a TEDx speaker (350,000 views and counting) as well as speaking at high ranking conferences like the Business Show and acting as a stand in lecturer at universities like Imperial, Warwick and Brunel.

What do you gain personally from being a public speaker?
As a speaker I find it the best way I have to connect to people – the energy and the experience of relating to an audience from the stage is second to none. I am always humbled and pleasantly surprised to hear on social media from people who have watched my talks, and connected to some grain of human truth in them.

How is your approach to dating unique and different?
My approach to dating is very modern and progressive – it touches on social issues of gender, society and loneliness. I think love isn’t about sending a witty whatsapp message it’s about how we find our own identity in society, and relate to others in an increasingly disconnected age.

Do you have a favourite experience from your speaking career?
The TEDx talk I did in Nevada stands out – much to the horror of the lecturing team who had flown me in to speak I changed the talk opening relatively last minute as I felt I wanted to give something more raw and challenging to the audience (I was the second to last speaker that day). Luckily it seems to have paid off and it remains my most impactful talk to date. My interview with London Real was also a huge highlight.

When it comes to dating, what is the most important piece of advice you can give?
That love isn’t about learning some parlour tricks to impress someone else, it’s about getting closer to your value system, your authenticity and learning how to articulate that. In short: it’s not ‘how can I make this person like me?’ it’s ‘how can I express my intentions clearly here, listen and be open to any natural compatibility that comes my way.’

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