Life is a set of challenges itself. So we certainly don’t have to add to them by creating more problems for ourselves. Unfortunately, an increasingly polarized culture and the growing influence of social media has given rise to unrealistic expectations based on mere impersonations by influencers who develop a persona on camera that is often exaggerated and therefore unhealthy. Jeremy Jenson is striving to change this.
His dating podcast “What Men Want” is popular among netizens awaiting unfiltered insights from Houston’s most eligible bachelors. Jeremy’s exceptional social skills make his guests comfortable enough to reveal their dating life’s deepest secrets and brazenly honest takes on relationships and the dating culture.
Relationships between people will remain problematic and feel unfulfilling as long as those involved haven’t adequately developed a relationship with themselves. Jeremy has risen to impressive success, which has been chiefly a consequence of his personal development despite the many challenges he has overcome. He has always strived for the better and is a staunch believer in constantly growing and helping those around him do the same.
Inevitably, Jeremy’s philosophy for life profoundly influences his opinion on making a relationship valuable. As a dating influencer, Jeremy warns of the perils of defining a relationship. Because to determine is to limit, and what works for you might not work for others the same way. But there is something that significantly impacts your relationship and life. It is a simple question that can sometimes be difficult to answer: is your relationship helping you develop into a better human being?
As a leading recruiter and a beloved host of a dating podcast, Jeremy’s success results from similar behavior, so it’s plausible for him to see somebody having a good game as a sign of them having the potential to be a good recruiter. Jeremy’s status in the recruitment business in Houston is proof he knows what he says, so it’s best not to disagree.
His staunch belief in the growth potential is a prominent similarity in Jeremy’s approach to his profession and creative interests. His company Encore Search Partners is the largest privately held Executive Search firm in Houston, Texas. As the G.O.A.T headhunter, Jeremy finds exceptional talent and grooms them into invaluable assets for his clients. Jeremy shares he does so by ensuring there are no obstacles in the path of development for his talented recruits. And so, he’s never hesitant to get out of their way to help them find their character.
A relationship’s power dynamics can be worse than work’s, and an unsupportive partner can be worse than an unsupportive boss. Jeremy believes a good relationship makes improvement easier for you rather than hindering it. If you find yourself restricted in a situation, it’s unlikely to give you any happiness in the long run.